Tue, 18 July 2017
Welcome to Episode 66.
Brainy Thing: 14:45 Behind the Redwood Curtain: 31:50
Catherine’s grand finale of Bunnymuff's Absolutely essential shawl. She bound off with Jenny’s stretchy bindoff.
Margaret finished her Inversible Socks, yarn by Fibernymph. She used an afterthought heel with a gusset in the corners.
Why is it the political discussion is so toxic these days? Catherine discovers answers hidden in the Amygdala.
The Oatmeal:; You Are Not Going to Believe What I’m About to Tell you http://theoatmeal.com/comics/believe
USC Brain and Creativity Institutem article: Lead researcher Jonas Kaplan; Sarah Kimball and Sam Harris Scientific Report 6 Article 39589
Behind the Redwood Curtain
Catherine Tells us all about the Roosevelt Elk which love hanging around Prairie Creek Park.
Margaret is offering Stephanie Pearl-McPhee’s book Knitting Rules to the first person who asks for it on the Episode 66 Thread on Ravelry.
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This episode of Teaching Your Brain to Knit reveals a surprising discovery of why we can’t talk across the political divide (but don’t worry we’re not going to talk about politics itself. It’s about the brain, of course and how to counter its sometimes bad habits ) Catherine recounts the finale to Bunnymuff’s Absolutely Essential Shawl; Margaret presents Fibernymph’s Inversible Yarn in an afterthought heel sock; Catherine introduces the stately Roosevelt Elk; and Margaret gives away a copy of Knitting Rules by Stephanie Pearl-McPhee
Sun, 2 July 2017
Ep. 065: Betsan Corkhill; Kristy Glass Knits; Garter Stitch Kitchener Stitch; Fatima Shawl; Bunny Muff; Betty Chinn Center; Giveaway
Brainy thing: 19:29 Behind the Redwood Curtain 30:45
What We’re Learning from Our Knitting
Nothing could be easier than Kirsten Hipsky’s #576 Knit Lace Jar Cover http://www.ravelry.com/patterns/library/knit-lace-jar-covers so of course Margaret had to complicate it by learning a new technique: this time a garter stitch kitchener which turned out less complicated than the standard stockinette kitchener.
Garter stitch Kitchener: http://www.knittinghelp.com/video/play/grafting-garter-kitchener-stitch
Catherine is starting a new Bunny Muff project that includes beads and nupps. http://www.ravelry.com/patterns/library/fatima-3 and she continues to work on the Charity Socks project sponsored by the Northcoast Knittery: https://northcoastknittery.com/blogs/shop-tidbits/socks-for-the-homeless
Brainy Thing: Kristy Glass Podcast Interviews Betsan Corkhill:
Kristy Glass is a prolific video podcast and recently designated May Mental Health Month. She interviewed Betsan Corkhill https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ujY79nFUDVY who recently published Knitting for Health and Wellness https://www.amazon.com/Knit-Health-Wellness-knit-flexible-ebook/dp/B00KVL5OQ8. (She also interviewed us in May https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=9vPppbZTkF0)
Behind the Redwood Curtain
Catherine shares what one woman can do to help the homeless: Betty Chinn and the homeless http://bettychinn.org/
Help Margaret Destash: this time it’s Japanese Inspired Knits by Marianne Isager.
Today on Teaching Your Brain to Knit we review an episode of the Kristy Glass Knits Podcast where she interviews Betsan Corkhill and discusses the topics of Betsan’s new book, Knitting for Health and Wellness. Margaret tries out a garter stitch variation kitchener stitch; Catherine starts a new Bunny Muff patter with beads and Nupps; We celebrate Betty Chin in our community who has made great progress helping the homeless in ourarea; and we give away another book.
Direct download: Ep._065_Betsan_Corkhill_Kristy_Glass_Knits__Garter_Kitchener_Fatima_Betty_Chinn_Center_Giveaway.mp3
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