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Thursday, December 12, 2019

Episode 334 Do All the Good You Can

Please help me fund research for ovarian cancer. It is one of the lowest funded of all types of cancer.

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Do all the good you can, by all the means you can, in all the ways you can, in all the places you can, at all the times you can, to all the people you can, as long as ever you can.

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Ravelry Group

Knitting Pipeline Retreats Group.


Pipeliner Notes

Welcome to our newest Pipeliners who have said hello to us on the Welcome thread.


amykjensen on Oct 23

carolshue on Oct 27

Why I’ve been taking a break from podcasting. After 11 months of treatment, the ovarian cancer returned and I’ve started a new regimen of chemotherapy. You can follow me on Caring Bridge.


Links to retreats and registration materials are in the Knitting Pipeline Retreats Group on Ravelry. There is also a sticky thread with all upcoming retreat dates.

Georgia Retreat Registration will be released in when I get to it.

Needle Notes

Cobblestone #3 by Jared Flood. Finished!

Barrett Wool Co Woolen Spun in Rain Shower colorway.

Northeasterly by Melissa Alexander-Loomis. I’m on 5 out of 10, maybe 12. Going to abandon this project and give it to someone who wants a head start. No longer interested.

Toadstool Doll and Leaf Set by Susan B Anderson

Taproot Magazine #10 Tend

Miss Marple by Nadia Crétin-LéChenne

Book Notes

To The Point: The Knitted Triangle by Leila Raven Highly Recommended 5 Stars!

Triangular Shawls have been maligned. “Point directs attention to the derriere”.

Trend now toward bigger shawls and crescent shape. Stretchiness of triangle. Crescent shawl tends to have tight top edge no matter what you do.

Bob gives a mathematical lesson on triangles.

The Great Shawl Giveaway

We talk about nature, our succulents and especially my Christmas Cactus.

Thanks for listening!


Christmas Cactus flanked by Flapjack

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I play the Great Highland Pipes, knit, observe nature, and read. My name on Ravelry is PrairiePiper. Find me on Instagram as KnittingPipeline.