Welcome to Episode 79
Brainy Thing: 12:50 Behind the Redwood Curtain: 22:40
What We’re Learning from our Knitting:
Margaret learns to love Luxury with Lhasa yarn: 50% yak, 50% cashmere. She used the Lhasa Snuggle Mitts pattern by Laura Lamers.
Catherine found a crochet pattern for her annual scrubbies exchange : the zinnia dishcloth pattern from Lily/Sugar’n Cream.
If you can’t reproduce the results of a scientific experiment, can you rely on it? Margaret talks about the Replication Crisis in Science.
Behind the Redwood Curtain:
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In Episode 79 of Teaching Your Brain to Knit we uncover the Replication Crisis in scientific research; Margaret learns to love luxury making Mitts with Yak and Cashmere yarn; Catherine switches to crochet for her scrubbies swap; and we chronicle the rise and fall and rise again of the historic Eureka Inn.