Sun, 1 February 2015
Brainy stuff starts at 22:30 Behind the Redwood Curtain begins at 39:00
Catherine talks about mystery knitalongs, both Laura Aylor's mystery shawl and Josh Ryks' Scarfie Shenanigans. Margaret describes her learning on three pairs of children's socks including two zebra socks and one generic toe up.
In the Brainy section, Catherine explains some of the work of Betsan Corkhill at Stitchlinks about how knitting is therapuetic in a number of ways for a number of conditions.
In Behind the Redwood Curtain, Catherine shares information about how our climate is ideal for artisan goat cheese.
Margaret offers a knitting tip about how getting stitch markers to closely match the size of the needle will help to prevent those yarn overs from slipping under the markers.
Mon, 19 January 2015
Brainy stuff starts at 28.25 and Behind the Redwood Curtain begins at 44:50.
Catherine talks about finishing her PANEM Katniss Cowl Wrap by Dahlia in Bloom and the Two-toned Tawashi by Maryann Walsh. Margaret talked about knitted and crocheted jewelry: Ribband by Laura Nelkin, Crocheted Wrap Around Bracelet by Yuli Nilssen, Kaitlyn Necklace Rose by Javori Designs, and the Gatsby Necklace by Shaina Bilow.
Catherine lays the foundation for understanding brain chemicals that make us happy and how knitting influences that. She talks about Dr. Barry Jacoibs, EMDR, Betsman Corkhill and Stitchline.
In Behind the Redwood Curtain, Margaret talks about the Mad River (the California one.)
And in the knitting tip, Margaret talks about flipping a blocking board upright to save space.
Fri, 2 January 2015
Margaret talks about what she is learning from knitting and crocheting long beaded strands including Laura Nelkin's Ribband and Yuli Nilssen's Wrap Around Crochet bracelet. Catherine talks about her work on the PANEM Katniss Cowl Wrap by Dalhia in Bloom using Lion Brand Wool-ease Thick and Quick. Margaret and Catherine discuss rating patterns by levels of difficulty versus levels of concentration. Margaret talks about visiting Table Bluff in Loleta, California and then discusses the benefits of using a kitchen scale to measure yarn.