Thanks to my guests, Jonathan Whitall and Elinor Kapp.
Dulaan is the Mongolian word for warm, and The Dulaan Project seeks to inspire the generous spirit of the knitting community to help meet the urgent needs of Mongolia’s impoverished people.
Five Free Socks, the latest e-book from KnittingDaily.com, features a little something for every foot in the family, from a basic beginner sock pattern, to lace, textured ribs, and intricate colourwork. And did I mention, it’s free?
To the Best of Our Knowledge, a program created by Wisconsen Public Radio that aired a few months ago, considers what is meant by the word Craft. Does it mean a hand-made object that’s almost art? Or could it be anything that’s thoughtfully done to the very best of the doer’s ability? The program explores the question and finds some surprising answers, and it is still available on web, as a streaming audio.
KniTunes were provided by and used with the permission of:
- Derek Cleg – Hands Wrapped Tight
- Frieght – Alchemy
- Laura Marie – In Code
- Jonathan Coulton – Code Monkey
Additional music by sAs.
Lastly, as promised, my recipe for Fresh Pumpkin Pie.