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Sep 10 2009

episode 86: “From Scratch”

episode 86: “From Scratch”

September’s Donation Incentive donor is The Spinning Loft! Beth has put together a bag of spinning treasures!
1 ounce of light brown cashmere cloud
1 ounce of undyed tussah silk
a spinning loft oil pen
and zip bag to keep it all in

on/off the needles:
-coraline progress
-owls sweater swatch
-knitting gauge ipod application thingy
-the goods and bads with knitting groups

-my new training wheels (aka tape on the kitchen sink)
-tape and the little man
-too many tomatoes

upcoming events:
-stitches midwest
-wisconsin sheep and wool
-high fiber diet retreat

word of the week:
oops! no word this week!

-washing fleece sockpr0n style
-how i ply

favorite thing:
-making it from scratch

3 responses so far

3 Responses to “episode 86: “From Scratch””

  1. Tamion 11 Sep 2009 at 3:45 pm

    Love your podcast!! I don’t knit, I don’t spin, I occasionally crochet; and I love your podcast. You’re happy, you speak well and all the fibery stuff is interesting.

    I love it when talk about “little man!” He is adorable. I love your favorite things and all of your babbling.

    I cook from scratch too and feel for those who don’t know how. I’ve made a point to “teach” my kids and I hope you pass it on also. A valuable life skill in so many ways!!

  2. Lauraon 16 Sep 2009 at 2:43 pm

    Hi Meghan,
    Love the podcast. Can you tell me the name of the yarn gauge app? I can’t figure out which one it is.

  3. desertnettion 25 Sep 2009 at 5:51 pm

    Loved the podcast! I, too, have always cooked from scratch – even bread. In the area in Oregon I raised my kids, it wasn’t unusual, but now living in a retirement area, I’m surprised at how many don’t! Mac and cheese from a blue box? For company dinner? Yes, it happened.
    Also, listening makes me want to learn to spin – there’s just no more room in my sewing/crochet/quilting room (and I’ve even taken up half the garage)!