Loop Bullseye Bump in the Cottage Rose colroway
In Progress Spinning:
Fat Cat Knits Superwash Targhee in the Spinach Souffle colorway
Neon Beast by Veera Valimaki in Madelinetosh Twist Light, Geode, Winter Wheat and Kitten colorways, on US 4’s
Easy Peasy Newborn Sock Hat Keri McKiernan in Wandering Wool in the Ausable Sock, Nashville Nights colorway for MiniPurlGirl’s Click For Babies capstone project
In Progress Knitting:
Popspots by Juju Vail in Madelinetoshm Tosh Merino Light, Medieval and Maple Leave colorways
Kelias by Cailliau Berangere in Hedgehog Fibers, Sock base in the Monet colorwa, and Cakewalk Yarns, Footsie base in the Aztec Tomb colorway
Vanilla Socks with yarn by Knitty and Color Hardcore Sock Yarn in the Ain’t It Fun colorway
“Bonaparte’s Retreat” by Shake That Little Foot http://freemusicarchive.org/music/shake_that_little_foot/
Gorgeous photos! What was the music playing with the pictures? Loved it!
I knew there was something I forgot to put in the show notes! It is “Bonaparte’s Retreat” by Shake That Little Foot and can be found on The Free Music Archive. Thanks for reminding me!
Loved the photos at the end but when you said ” enough to make a fat girl find religion ” I nearly had to call the crash cart I was laughing sooooo much. That is so going to be my saying IF we go on such expeditions when holidaying. Always a cheer up watching the podcast
“Enough to Make a Fat Girl Find Religion” was the original show title, but I backed off for fear of pearl clutching….Glad it gave you a good laugh!
I’ve been watching your podcasts from the very beginning and have just this summer fallen behind. I do have a small request of you. If possible, could you please crank the volume up when you are recording? I have my computer and the podcast both up all of the way but am still missing some of your dialogue, especially when you are whispering. Thanks for considering this!
Unfortunately, I have the volume adjusted to its maximum. There is a struggle with the microphone too close (louder, but with much more breathing) or farther (quieter all around.)