Welcome to Episode 84: Can Addiction be Positive; Knitting Textures; Knitting Birds with Arne and Carlos; Celebrating Humboldt Crabs Baseball
Brainy Part: 22:40 Behind the Redwood Curtain: 31:20
What We’re Learning From Our Knitting
Catherine continues her exploration of knitting textures in blocks she’s planning to turn into a charity blanket. This time the patterns are from: http://www.knittingstitchpatterns.com/ She will send her blanket to: Hats and More from War Torn Syria https://www.ravelry.com/groups/hats-and-more-for-war-torn-syria . Look to the left to see the differences in the stitches.
Margaret’s knitting turns toward the birds from Arne and Carlos’ “Field Guide to Knitted Birds” and learns all sorts of things.
Catherine questions if there is such a thing as “positive addictions.”
Dr. William Glasser
Behind the Redwood Curtain:
Humboldt enjoys the longest running collegiate baseball team in the country: Humboldt Crabs Baseball http://humboldtcrabs.com/
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In this episode of Teaching Your Brain to Knit, we ask the question “Is there such as thing as positive addiction,” ; Catherine continues her exploration of texture stitches, learning about gauge in the process; Margaret takes flight on the subject of knitted birds, from Arne and Carlos; and we celebrate the Humboldt Crabs Baseball Team— the longest operating collegiate semi-pro baseball team in America