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Saturday, February 7, 2015

Episode 197 Sharing News with Bronwyn and Sarah

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Bronwyn and we have fun, or what?

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Infinite Twist Giveaway

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Needles Notes
Garter Ear Flap Hat

Premie Hats

  • Quilt finished by Nancy Bekedam aka Aizome on Ravelry or Grace and Peace Quilting.  Here's her Instagram feed.
I made the quilt top in 2010.

Nancy's craftsmanship is impeccable!

The Blethering Room

High Note Low Note


  • Slow Cooker. Slow Cooker Recipe Collection


  • Adult Library Program/2 Knit Lit Chicks Podcast


  • Sweater I knit fits Sarah and she likes it! Simple V Neck Pullover by Heidi Kirmaier. Sarah is wearing the sweater in this photo.

Bronwyn and Sarah

In the Pipeline

The Thing With Feathers: The Surprising Lives of Birds and what they reveal about being human by Noah Strycker:


Kathleen Kibblehouse said...

CONGRATULATIONS Paula! Such a blessing and have fun preparing (knitting).
I am happy to have an InstaPot pressure cooker that Dave gave me for my B-day. It takes crock pot cooking to a whole new level and avoids the overcooking that can sometimes happen with the slow - all day versions. It cooks rice, steams, and sautés and also has a delayed timer. It's magic and not a bit scary.
Regarding the felting: I have tons of felted fabric from thrift store sweaters that I machine felted. I use the fabric for everything from chair pads, to coffee mug cozies, to bags. I am always finding use for that stuff. I do hand stitch most but when I use my machine I sandwich in between paper (cheap copy paper or tissue paper) to avoid the madness and bulk. Congratulations again!
Book recommend: A Fine Romance by Susan Branch. THE BEST escape from winter.

Mandy Martin said...

Congratulations! If the parents are planning to cloth diaper, you could use the rest of that felted sweater to make a cloth diaper cover. We all know the many benefits of Wool, being naturally water resistant, but adding a little lanolin makes them almost bullet proof. Here's a pattern if that sounds like something you'd be interested in.

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