Podcast Episode 54: It

Summer provides lots of opportunities for knitting in public. If you have hesitated before, take my word for it, now is the time to give it a try.

Books in Book Review

The Best of Interweave Knits edited by Ann Budd

Finishing Techniques for Hand Knitters
by Sharon Brant

What’s On My Needles

Lots and walking and knitting while we were in Canada. Thankfully the weather was cool and comfortable. I truly enjoy watching our friends play golf.

I am determined to take my own advice regarding public fiber demonstrations. In my case, it will be learning to handle my drop spindle, or some of my drop spindles to be more accurate.

To keep up with my knitting progress during the week, be sure to check out my personal blog.

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Music used in this Podcast
Introduction: A Sunken Ship Irony – Reflection at Sundown [http://spotlessrecords.com/asunkenshipirony/]
Book Review: Jim Ronayne – The Three Brethren [http://www.jimronayne.co.uk/]
What’s On My Needles: Beyond The Pale – The Music Plays Me [http://www.beyond-the-pale.com/]
Ending: Jim Ronayne – Thoughts Of You [http://www.jimronayne.co.uk/] <