Mon, 15 March 2021
Ep. 122. Resilience, Rick Hanson style; Fingering weight hats, ponchos, scrubbies, & knitting with raffia; Last Chance Grade.
Brainy Thing: 16:14 Behind the Redwood Curtain: 24:21
What We're Learning from our Knitting:
Margaret finished her first poncho -- well, actually a shoulder cosy: Wave Shoulder Cozy by Eline Oftedal https://www.ravelry.com/patterns/library/wave-shoulder-cosy with beads and starring Dragonfly Fibers yarns from Laura Nelkin's Ducenti Shawl kit. She also played around with raffia yarn from Churchmouse yarns and teas making their pattern for stars.
Catherine finished her second Socky Slouchy Hat of late in fingering weight yarn: https://www.ravelry.com/patterns/library/socky-slouchy-hat. by Lauren Sanchez: https://www.ravelry.com/designers/lauren-sanchez. She's frustrated finding a scrubbie pattern she likes and continues working on her gnome.
Margaret continues to report on resilience, this time sharing information from Rick Hanson, a psychologist, neuroscientists, and Buddhist.
Behind the Redwood Curtain:
There's a little section of roadway on Highway 101 about 60 miles north of Arcata that is prone to rock slides. Catherine reports on Last Chance Grade: https://lastchancegrade.com/#:~:text=The%20Last%20Chance%20Grade%20Project,miles%20south%20of%20Crescent%20City.
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