Sat, 21 May 2022
Ep. 136. Impact of Shutdowns on Introverts and Extroverts; Knitting baby items and mixing and matching gnome parts; Xeriscaping for Droughts
Brainy Thing: 17:34 Behind the Redwood Curtain 26:50
What we're learning from our knitting:
Catherine is delighting in quickly-knitted and fun baby items -- a hat and socks from various designers:
Kate Atherley https://www.ravelry.com/patterns/library/baby-socks---worsted-dk-version; also https://www.ravelry.com/patterns/library/baby-socks-23
Bianca Boonstra: www.ravelry.com/patterns/library/baby-socks.
Margaret mixed and match gnome parts from Sarah Schira:
All Work, Gnome Play. https://www.ravelry.com/patterns/library/all-work-gnome-play
Leave Gnome Stone Unturned. https://www.ravelry.com/patterns/library/leave-gnome-stone-unturned
Who suffered more from covid isolation? Maybe you'll be surprised.
Behind the Redwood Curtain:
The ongoing drought and naturally dry areas like deserts require a different type of landscaping. Margaret introduces xeriscaping.
Welcome to Episode 136 of Teaching Your Brain to Knit where we ask the question "Who suffered more from covid Isolation -- introverts or extroverts. The answer might surprise you. Catherine talks about the pleasure of knitting quick, colorful baby items -- a hat and socks and Margaret shares her experience mixing and matching gnome parts. Then we look at xeriscaping -- a way to landscape for dry and drought-ridden areas.
Direct download: Ep._136_Impact_of_Shutdowns_on_Introverts_and_Extroverts__knitting_baby_items_and_mixing_and_matching_gnome_parts__Xeriscaping_for_drought_areas.mp3
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