Thu, 1 October 2015
Welcome to Episode 25
Brainy Thing: 18:37
Behind the Redwood Curtain: 27:53
What We’re Learning from our knitting:
Catherine is finishing up her second Fantasy Red Cardi (that’s the name but this one is a green and blue variegated with trim in a robin egg’s blue) by Kathryn. She has bought the yarn Wolle’s Yarn Creations Color changing cotton tape yarn by Elizabeth Drum to do the Vanessa Ives Mystery Knit along by Mona8pi. She bought two colors but hasn’t decided which one yet.
Margaret knit about 10 inches of a cowl in Borroco Origami in a black/grey/brown color and decided she didn’t like the yarn for around her neck. She has four skeins of it, 98 yards per skein. It is 58% acrylic, 16% linen, 15& nylon and 11% cotton and has a lot of high ratings in Ravelry. Borroco has discontinued the yarn. She’s offering it to a member of the Ravelry group for free: Just post in the thread. If more than one person wants it by October 13, we’ll select someone by random number generator.
Both Margaret and Catherine learned to create fabric cords with the simple cordage method at the Natural Fibre Fair in Arcata.. The demonstration was taught by the Julie Mueller-Brown from Cinnabar and Indigo, a vendor at the fair that sells handmade glass beads and other beautiful items.
Brainy Thing: Do colors change when we’re depressed or are we depressed by dull colors in our environment? Catherine will explore this topic and the controversy around it in this segment. She investigates the work of Christopher Thorstenson of the University of Rochester
Behind the Redwood Curtain:
Margaret talks about the mystery of the little town or Orick, CA and why it hasn’t prospered. Check out Jensen Rufe’s Film, Orick, California USA.
Consider cutting your knitting to make repairs. Margaret makes plans to cut her Hermione’s Everyday Socks by Erica Lueder in half to attempt to re-heel it.
Direct download: Ep._025_Mood_and_Environment_in_seeing_Colors..mp3
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