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Thursday, November 7, 2013

Episode 151 Voices from Cornerstone Inn Fall Retreat

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Show notes are a little sparse with photos as I am packing for the Maine Retreat.  Of course there is tons to do in the next few hours before bed.

Cast of Characters
Sorry I didn’t have time to link everyone.  You know how to find them on Ravelry.
The Cornerstone Gang.  Photo by Sue M Witkin
 







Fitzknitz721

powerslake

docreativethings

Rohanknitter


fun4Tracey

ncflower

Serenitty


Vickypresho

suewilkins

Photo by Sue Witkin
 

Designs/Patterns

Piper’s Journey by Paula Emons-Fuessle

Quiver Mitts by Bronwyn the Brave Just released today!  11/7/13!

Magic Cake Ruffle Shawl by Paula Emons-Fuessle

Sweet Little Nothing by Susan DeBettignes aka PinkShawlGirl



Gills Rock by Paula Emons-Fuessle

Lullaby Rain by Paula Emons-Fuessle


Stephen West/Westknits

Vickypresho’s Flared Lace Smoke Ring by Jackie Erickson-Schweitzer

Trousseau by Carol Feller



HopeH’s Esjan by Westknits



Einstein Jacket by Sally Melville

Places

Peddler’s Way Quilt Co, Washington IL


Klose Knit Urbana IL

Ewe-nique Yarns Morton IL

The Fiber Universe, Peoria IL

Things

Bronwyn’s Arm Knitting (!)  11 min with Pagewood Farms Swagger

Yarn Pumpkins

Yarn Pumpkins!

2 comments:

mamajuls said...

Another wonderful episode! Since the remainder of us were upstairs while you were taping downstairs and we had no idea what they were going to talk about, it was fun hearing what the other attendees commented on. Upon returning home, I have been inspired to make a Magic Cake and I have used the "double knot" technique several times already. So handy. Bronwyn's Quiver Mitts are such a quick, easy, adorable knit (already have 1.5 sets completed). Next up in your Ruffled Shawl. Thanks again for the podcast, Paula. Listening never ceases to brighten my day. xo

wearingpurple said...

My first time listening to your program, so, I have to say, thank you for posting. This sounded like you had so much fun, a great success! I've been over on Ravelry looking at the different things that you and your guests discussed ~ so much inspiration! Clearly the retreat left everyone with a fiber 'high'...

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