Thanks this week to Syne Mitchell, for tempting me over to the warp side (Those weavers. They recruit, you know.) Special thanks to Toronto writer, Sage Tyrtle, of Quirky Nomads Podcast for her wonderful essay, and for a ritual I’ve come to value so much – teatime, every weekday morning. Sageâ€™s fundraiser this month benefits a school in Abbeville LA that was hit hard by Hurricane Rita, and is one of many such projects youâ€™ll find at Donorâ€™s Choose. You can also help the Fiber Arts Avengers help support Nat and his family. Submit your designs, see your pattern in print, and you could win some cash! A new voice joins the Knitting Podcast Family. Welcome, David, and great job on your first ‘cast! The Age of Innocence podcast will continue to be available through the month of November, and contains music that has not been included onthe Librivox.org project (due to copyright issues). In other words, now would be a good time to download it, if you’re so inclined. Check out the Ashford Knitterâ€™s Loom. Special thanks to the kind people at Haldanes, for making my review possible. Read the source material for the first World Wide Web: Enquire Within Upon Everything. Finally 9and I really should say it more often), eternal, grateful thanks to my partner, Tonia, for dog wrangling, and for being Engles, so I can be Marx.
- The Eisenhowers – Novelty Act
- Curiosity Shop – My Jacket
- Quinn – Autumn
- Gecko 3 – Donkey’s and Elephants