Welcome to Episode 74
What We Learned in Our Knitting:
Margaret tried a Knit-in-place patch for her holey socks:
Catherine ran into some “learning opportunities” for knitting a pattern for a second time: lady violet’s gauntlet
originally with Bugga Cotton Stainer . https://www.ravelry.com/patterns/library/lady-violets-dinner-gauntlets
Finding red flags in scientific research: Jennifer Raff University of Kansas How to read a scientific report
example: coconut oil https://www.snopes.com/2017/06/28/aha-coconut-oil/
checking who is sponsoring research
We have another membership incentive give away and another book giveaway.
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In this episode of Teaching Your Brain to Knit, we look out for Red Flags in Scientific Research, learn a knit-in- place patch repair for socks, offer tips for knitting a pattern for the second time; discover the world’s last coastal redwood forrest; PLUS offer giveaways for the membership incentive and book de-stash.