Thu, 16 July 2015
Brainy Thing: 25:05 Behind the Redwood Curtain 32:36
Margaret talks about how much she learned from the Multnomah Shawl by Kate Ray while Catherine talks about tension for crocheting the Misty Rose by Kim Camera. She's also working on the Among the Wild Flowers by Sasha Ball Reeves.
Margaret shares some tips from the Book "Organizing for the Right Brain" and mentions Jill Bolte Taylor's Ted Talk "Stroke of Insight."
Catherine talks about the Humboldt Marten, who people are trying to get on the Endangered Species List.
We correct an error about using a a larger needle to creat a stretchier cast-on and Catherine shares a tip about starting a busy day with a little knitting to find peace.
Our Learn-along will be over August 1.
Wed, 1 July 2015
Brainy Stuff starts at 15:26
Behind the Redwood Curtain stats at 24:13
Catherine is using her Fantasy Red Cardi by Katherine Foster as her carry along knitting project and has just started a crochet project: Dogwood Scarf by Suzann Thompson. Margaret has been experimenting with making samples of different ways to top off the top of a simple hat.
Catherine reports on a study done by Dr. Arne May who found that teaching people to juggle grew their brain cells. She asks, can knitting and crochet do the same thing?
Margaret talks about clams, clamming and Clam Beach, California.
Margaret suggests that people try different tools and is now experimenting with 12 inch and 9 inch knitting needles.
The incentive prize and the Learn along continue over on Ravelry.
Direct download: Ep._019_Growing_Brain_Cells_with_Physical_Activity.mp3
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