Thank you so much for joining us for Episode 8 - Wednesday, July 9th
What We're Wearing:
* Linda is wearing Saroyan by Liz Abinante. Reference to the tv show Bones and the Cedar Leaf Shawlette by Alana Dakos.
* Linda - Strawberry Plum Jam, Lovely Fan for a Hot Mama, fresh from the oven Buttermilk Pie from Aunt Ruthie at Sugar Pie Farmhouse
* Brianne - story of Evan and Ailish in the sprinklers. "Turn on the water hose!!!"
What We're Knitting:
* Linda is knitting Passeggiata. Italian term for when neighbors take an evening stroll after work.
* Brianne is knitting Mendocino
What Came Off Our Needles:
* Linda finished Bluebell. Pattern gifted by Raveler Manda-Jane
* Linda finished grey yarn from The 100th Sheep to go with Pretty Painted Ladies handspun
Are You Kidding Me?!:
* Linda knits a rat? Rabbit Hole Knits Mystery KAL
* Brianne's Lena's Socks were slowly getting more and more wide!!! Had to rip out to the toe. Mom helped me problem solve the chart.
Gilding The Lily:
* Linda bought a Grey Flower bag from Chicken Soup Designs. I purchased a notion bag for group give away and Carrie sent along a second one for another give away and a stitch marker case for me! Prefatio Yarns Prunus a Colorway to go with JulieSpins Raisin for the Nostalgia shawl pattern.
* Brianne bought a knitting bag from Chicken Soup Designs, too. They have generously donated a drawstring bag and notion bag set to give away in a future episode!!!
It's a Good Thing!:
* Linda loves the Blue Bird of Happiness pattern by Sara of Rabbit Hole Knits. Molly from A Homespun House Podcast filled hers with lavender. I filled mine with "Moth Away" from Old Town Spice Shop in St Charles, Missouri. $1.45 for 1 ounce.
* Brianne introduced the Podcast Recommendations thread started at our request by Manda Jane
* Postcards from YOUR Hometown. Details in Ravelry thread. Cut off date to enter 7/28.
Bless Your Heart:
* Psalm 62:5
Postcards from the Ozarks:
* The Branson area is the setting of a novel written in 1907 by Harold Bell Wright that uniquely touched the heart of millions of readers in that day. Newly emerging from the elaborate living of the Victorian era, 1907 marked the infamous financial panic where the New York Stock exchange fell 50% in a year and nearly collapsed, and many banks went bankrupt. America was in a recession. "The Shepherd of the Hills" brought people to the Ozarks to see where Old Matt lived and to refresh their spirits as he did. The book gave the Ozarks a tourist boon that lasts to this day.
Read more about it here http://www.branson.com/
Many thanks to the podcasters and bloggers who mentioned us!
Tammy who is Darthknitter. Podcaster of The Proverbial Knitter and moderator for Year of Stash Socks
Silvia who is SilviSherr from silvi sheriff.blogspot.co.uk. She's has a blog and a shop
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