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May 13 2009

episode 71: “Norbert and Gideon”

Published by Meghan at 8:56 pm under Babble,knitting,Podcast Episode,Spinning

episode 71: “Norbert and Gideon”

on/off the needles:
-still knitting hats
-mom’s birthday hat
-Ysolda patterns are cute! we liked the Gretel, Urchin, and Verity

-happy birthday everybody
-first field’s all about science!
-”go get your tools” and the revelation!
-mothers day

my green thumb:
-picking a tree
-pulling roots, aches and pains, broken cell phone, and the impossible dig
-spontaneous garden:
strawberries, watermelon, pole beans, sweet snap peas, spinach, lettuce (2 kinds), carrots, broccoli, zucchini, cucumber, pumpkin, and tomatoes (2 kinds)
-how to get deals on mulch and dirt

photos of garden to come soon! rain storm didn’t cooperate today

-finished up the 3ply
-schacht weaving bobbins and strauch flicker brush on it’s way from the spinning loft (yeah!)
-washing locks by sockpr0n
-washing locks by the yarn harlot
-washing and flicking locks by beth (aka coolest person ever) from spinning loft in her knitty article.
-meet my new babies! i adopted them from little meadows farm

Norbert (corriedale x jacob)

corriedale x jacob

Gideon (jacob)


Favorite thing:

living (aka alien) plants

6 responses so far

6 Responses to “episode 71: “Norbert and Gideon””

  1. Marianneon 14 May 2009 at 3:03 am

    Oh, lucky you! The lambs are way to cute <3

  2. Dawnon 14 May 2009 at 6:24 am

    They are BEAUTIFUL Boys.


  3. bethanygon 14 May 2009 at 7:45 am

    Oooh!! I LOVE your lambies! So cute! mmmm

  4. Krison 16 May 2009 at 7:10 am

    you are right…your two adopted “sons”…aka Norbert and Gideon…are adorable. YOU are right… one DOES look like a cow! So cute! Enjoy… :)

  5. aijaon 17 May 2009 at 11:39 pm

    Eee! Your sheep are too cute :)

    It’s funny you mention flicking the corrie– mine was a small fleece (~3#) and had lots of sections I had to cull out since it was so short, too short for combing. I was thinking about getting a set of 2pitch handcombs for them, but now I’m leaning more towards flicking and spinning. I’ll have less waste and hopefully will end up with a sweater qty… hopefully! :)

  6. Laurelon 22 May 2009 at 11:14 pm

    Hi Meghan,
    I listen to your podcast when I’m working (cleaning houses and offices). I like how you have it organized. I grew up in Chicago (Hyde Park) so your voice reminds me of “home”.

    I had a similar idea about adopting a sheep/goat. I was thinking that I don’t have the land for such an animal but I know there are flocks here and maybe I could own one but have it live with someone’s flock and pay a maintainence fee. Maybe your idea is easier to figure out. Unfortunately all the sheep at Little Meadow Farm are adopted for this year. I’ll look around, maybe there is another farm.