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Friday, February 20, 2015

Episode 199 Home

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Events and Announcements

Spring Retreat March 13-14. (with March 12 as optional Yarn Crawl Fun Day). Registration started

Georgia Retreat April 12-15, 2015 Charlie Elliott Wildlife Center, Mansfield GA (east of Atlanta, about 1 hour from airport)

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Wednesday will be as long as you want to stay until 6 PM!

Needle Notes

Birthday socks for Peter

Desert Vista Dyeworks Proud as a Peacock #operationgiftsocks

3 x 1 ribbing is now my fave!

I took another Craftsy Class: Start Free Motion Quilting by Elizabeth Dackson

Book  Notes

Home: 18 Knittable Projects to Keep You Comfy by Pam Allen Quince & Co 2014

Home is a collection of 18 projects for keeping comfortable and warm at home. You’ll find patterns for cozy socks, slippers, and sweaters, a shawl that wraps around you like a favorite blanket, a soft afghan, pillows, and more. The patterns are straightforward knitting that beginners and advanced knitters alike will appreciate. Instructions are thorough and the techniques used, various cast ons and bind offs, seaming, etc., are spelled out in detail.

Highly recommended!

Giveaway! Leave a comment in the group. Go from link in my blog to Quince & Co. Tell me what you would knit first from the collection. Lookbook.

In the Pipeline


Home by Marilynne Robinson

New Word: Susurrus: A whispering or rustling sound


Hi Paula,
Thanks for the many hours of pleasure I have gotten from your podcast. I also wanted to let you know about my new audio podcast, Teaching Your Brain to Knit. Inspired by your Nature Notes, my co-host Catherine and I have a segment called Behind the Redwood Curtain, all about the North Coast of California where we live. We also talk about what we’re learning from our knitting, a knitting note, and what we called a Brainy thing -- something about the brain, learning, or teaching and how it relates to knitting (or crochet.) We’re on itunes, Miro, Stitcher, Downcast and ipodder. The rss feed is here( and the show notes here at If you think your listeners would be interested, we’d appreciate you letting them know about us.

Margaret aka Margaret924
Haste ye back!


Kate Painter said...

I love Q & Co's new book! Of course I would start several projects at once, but I really love the Anna sweater. I would start that first, then Theo and Thea, then one of the slippers, or maybe both!!

Grace and Peace Quilting said...

25 Cardinals at once?!!! Paula, you have cultivated an amazing backyard birding sanctuary! Thanks for sharing!!! ~Nancy

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