You know you want to. Knit a Snatchel, I mean. Check The Anticraft’s Not Safe For Work Issue. Got stash looking for a good home? Interem House needs your unwanted yarn. Please contact Kathy Duffy for more information. If giving yarn to a good home feels good, just imagine how great you’ll feel when you unload the rest of your unused stuff! See how it’s done at The Seven Things Project – a year-long experiment with getting rid of stuff. Unload swatches, at The Walker Treasury Project, if you’re so inclined. They are gathering high-quality, color photos of all the patterns in all the Treasury books (including Mosaic Knitting) and making the photos available on the internet as a visual aide to Walker’s wonderful collection. If you can knit a square or three to help out, do get in touch. Special thanks this week to writer Judith Kelley, reader Heather Ordover, and guest designer Lily Chin. Buy Lily’s new book, and stalk her for an autograph at these public appearances. My apologies to those unable to download Episode 44. If you’re on dial up, and missed the last episode, you’ll find a smaller file of Epi 44 here.
- Kimo Watanabe â€“ Here With You
- Samantha Farrell â€“ Shake
- Anne Davis â€“ Get Lost
- Lee Coulter – Photograph
Finally, thyroid information is available from these resources:
Broda O Barnes, MD Research Foundation – Dr Barnes dedicated more than 50 years of his life to researching, teaching and treating thyroid and related endocrine dysfunctions in the US and abroad.
Stop The Thyroid Madness – An international patient to patient support and information website, with a busy community forum.
Thyroid UK – a non-profit organisation campaigning for, and providing information and support to those with Thyroid or related disease. You’ll find a full list of symptoms in the sidebar, under “Thyroid Conditions”.
Your Thyroid and How to Keep it Healthy, by Dr Barry Durrant-Peatfield. Clearly presented information that you don’t need a medical degree in order to understand.