Welcome to Episode 48: How You Can Learn the Holistic Way
Brainy Thing: 22:20 Behind the Redwood Curtain: 29:50
What We Learned From Our Knitting
Margaret learns a lot about her knitting by not knitting.
Below is the hand knitted baby sweater that she bought. It was expertly knit by Jacque of Foggy Bottom Yarns in Ferndale, CA (https://www.yelp.com/biz/foggy-bottoms-ferndale) The other item is a pair of Smart Wool socks Margaret bought for her physical therapist. Not as nice as hand knit socks but a whole lot faster.
Catherine confronts some of the challenges of long term knitting projects, this time the Meadow Lark Shibori Jacket http://www.ravelry.com/patterns/library/meadowlark-shibori-jacket by Gina Wilde out of Alchemy yarns.
Brainy Thing: Holistic Knitting
When is learning like a piece of knitting? When it’s holistic and interconnected. Margaret shares the theories of Shawn Whitely from his now out-of-print book Memletics.
Behind the Redwood Curtain:
Sumeg Village in Patrick’s Point State is a recreated Yurok village that is not a museum but a living location for local native events.
Danica53 from our Ravelry group shares a new loose bind off: Lori’s twisty bind off https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=rWS77BKk5NQ
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