6/2/13

CGM Podcast Episode #49: Kids, Fabric, and Quakers Oh My!

Listen to the episode HERE

Show Notes 


Life Update:
  • Summer is here, school is almost over, and we're looking forward to a lot of fun family activities. 
  • Maddy is in the beginning stages of potty training....pray for us!
  • I recently visited NYC for Book Expo, and also got in a little fabric shopping in the garment district (39th between 7th and 8th Aves).

WIPs and FOs:
  • Finished! Woven Ribbons quilt. Pattern by Jinny Beyer, this was an old (10+ years) UFO. Blog post with pics to come this week.
  • Finished! Color Affection shawl. Pattern by Veera Valimaki, yarn used from Plucky Knitter. Blog post with pics to come this week.
  • Working on some sketches to mini quilts, patterns releasing this summer.

Book Reviews:

 Simply Retro by Camille Roskelley

 Botanical Knits by Alana Dakos


 The Last Runaway by Tracy Chevalier

 Classic Movie Review:


Friendly Persuasion with Gary Cooper, 
Dorothy McGuire, and Anthony Perkins


Thanks for listening!

CGM

2 comments:

  1. I'm enjoying listening. I just want to put in a word about yarn choice for sock knitting. I have knit many a pair (knitwish on ravelry if you want to look). I have found that the socks knit with some nylon in the mix - (usually 70 to 75 % wool, 20 - 25 % nylon), withstand the test of time. I machine wash cold delicate and air dry. But many of the beautiful 100% wool yarns have shrunk a bit or felted a bit, even if labeled as superwash, and I get to pass them on to someone with smaller feet. The beautiful hand dyed 100% wool 'sock' yarns are better for a shawl or something else. Thanks for podcasting!

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  2. I felt like I was walking through the fabric district of NYC with you. So fun. And my colleagues gave me a gift certificate for ebooks for my retirement. Thanks to you I spent it today after looking through your updated book list!

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