Thu, 17 November 2016
Brainy thing: 12:46 Behind the Redwood Curtain: 26:38
What We’re Learning from Our Knitting:
Twice Margaret made the ribbed brim of the Top Down lace beanie from lion brand http://www.ravelry.com/patterns/library/lace-beanie-70177 too tight. She tells how Lori’s Twisty bind off https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=rWS77BKk5NQ saved the day. She used Plymouth Kudo yarn in cotton and silk. And Catherine enjoys the pile of washcloths that she received from her Ravelry washcloth exchange — all in cotton yarn she’s never used before.
We’ve probably all heard of the left brain/right brain concept what about the top brain/bottom brain paradigm? Take the quiz here: http://www.gwaynemiller.com/test.html#.WC4GXls5yPU. Look into the theory at: http://www.wsj.com/articles/SB10001424052702304410204579139423079198270
Behind the Redwood Curtain.
Catherine shares how Humboldt Bay clams not only star in the 7th best Food Festival in the country but also help clean up the bay.
Catherine finds an answer to an annoying (for her) Knit Three Together stitch from Barbara Walker and speculates that just about any problem you’re having with your knitting, someone else has too and has found a solution and shared it.
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