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Chapter 35 (VOL 2, ch 10) of North and South, by Elizabeth Gaskell, with many thanks to our reader, Barbara Edleman. Book talk begins at 3:25 & 32:27 minutes.
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Chapter 28 (VOL 2, ch 3) of Elizabeth Gaskell's North and South, with many thanks to our reader, Barbara Edleman. Book talk begins at 15:30 minutes.

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You may recall last Fall when Nanette the Nanny came to my rescue and did All The Work to ship out all of my pre-orders of Grounded.

Well, now she needs a hand, too.

To help her out, CraftLit, Vanessa at Survival Organs, and the MamaO Knits Too Much site are helping Nanette raffle off eight Lots of books-and-bags to raise money for a (surprise!!! and) suddenly necessary move.

Details on how to bid and win will post at MamaO Knits and via the CraftLit newsletter over the weekend.

We'll start with Lot 1 on Monday, June 23rd and work our way through all eight Lots by Friday, June 27th, 2014.

All of Nanette's books are gently used and some are Very-Hard-To-Find-Out-Of-Print-Books!

Take a look below and see which ones float your boat. Dates for when each lot will become available are listed below.

Bidding time-windows are being finalized and will come out in the CraftLit' newsletter this weekend.

Lot numbers below are links. Those links will ONLY work when the bidding begins.

The Lots are...

Monday—June 23, 2014

Lot 1

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Lot 1

Wrap Style (Style series)
Double Knitting: Reversible Two-Color Designs
New Directions in Knitting by House of White Birches
Knitting Ganseys

Tuesday—June 24, 2014

Lot 2

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Designing Knitwear
Mon Tricot Knitting Dictionary Stitches Patterns: Knitting and Crocheting 0D14
Cable Needle Freedom **OUT OF PRINT AND NOT AVAILABLE ON AMAZON**
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Wednesday—June 25, 2014

Lot 3

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The Knitter's Life List: To Do, To Know, To Explore, To Make
Angels: A Knitter's Dozen (A Knitter's Dozen series)

Wednesday—June 25, 2014

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The Art of Fair Isle Knitting
Inspired Fair Isle Knits: 20 Creative Designs Inspired by the Elements
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Thursday—June 26, 2014

Lot 5

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Lot 5
Knitting in America: Patterns, Profiles, & Stories of America's Leading Artisans

Thursday—June 26, 2014

Lot 6

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Lot 6
Glorious Patchwork
Kaffe's Classics: 25 Favorite Knitting Patterns for Sweaters, Jackets, Vests and More
Glorious Color - Sources of Inspiration for Knitting and Needlepoint
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Friday—June 27, 2014

Lot 7

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Lot 7
Sock Innovation: Knitting Techniques and Patterns for One-of-a-kind Socks
Knitting on the Road
Toe-Up Techniques for Hand-Knit Socks: Revised Edition
Bags That Rock: Knitting on the Road with Kelley Deal

Friday—June 27, 2014

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Victorian Lace Today
Handmade Lace and Patterns
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We are reading Elizabeth Gaskell's North and South, chapters 26-27 (VOL 2, chs 1-2) with many thanks to our reader, Barbara Edleman. Book talk begins at 15:30 minutes.

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We are reading Elizabeth Gaskell's North and South, chapter 25, with many thanks to our reader, Barbara Edleman. Book talk begins at 19:20 minutes.

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    con·no·ta·tion (känəˈtāSHən) noun — an idea or feeling that a word invokes in addition to its literal or primary meaning.
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We are reading Elizabeth Gaskell's North and South, chapters 23-24, with many thanks to our reader, Barbara Edleman. Book talk begins at 13:54 minutes.

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We are reading Elizabeth Gaskell's North and South, chapter 22, with many thanks to our reader, Barbara Edleman. Book talk begins at 8:20 minutes.

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We are reading Elizabeth Gaskell's North and South, chapters 20–21, with many thanks to our reader, Barbara Edleman. Book talk begins at 16:30 minutes.

The first N&S episode is 331.

If the iTunes feed ever goes down, please head over to the Libsyn site.

I've got a show and I'm taking it on the road!

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We are reading Elizabeth Gaskell's North and South, chapter 15, with many thanks to our reader, Barbara Edleman. Book talk begins at 27:30 minutes.

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We are reading Elizabeth Gaskell's North and South, chapters 13–14, with many thanks to our reader, Barbara Edleman. Book talk begins at 7:30 minutes.

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We are reading Elizabeth Gaskell's North and South, chapters 11–12, with many thanks to our reader, Barbara Edleman. Book talk begins at 16:30 (or 26, if you prefer ONLY only book talk) minutes.

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We are reading Elizabeth Gaskell's North and South, chapters 9−10, with many thanks to our reader, Barbara Edleman. Book talk begins at 13:30 minutes.

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We are reading Elizabeth Gaskell's North and South, chapter 8, with many thanks to our reader, Barbara Edleman. Book talk begins at 16 minutes. The first N&S episode is 331.

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We are reading Elizabeth Gaskell's North and South, chapters 6–7, with many thanks to our reader, Barbara Edleman. Book talk begins at 16 minutes. The first N&S episode is 331.

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We are reading Elizabeth Gaskell's North and South, chapter 5, with many thanks to our reader, Barbara Edleman. Book talk begins at 16:20 minutes. The first N&S episode is 331.

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We are reading Elizabeth Gaskell's North and South, chapter 4, with many thanks to our reader, Barbara Edleman. Book talk begins at 12 minutes. The first N&S episode is 331.

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With apologies to John Jakes, we are reading Elizabeth Gaskell's North and South, chapters 2–3, with many thanks to our reader, Barbara Edleman. Book talk begins at 15 minutes.

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331--Sorry Mister Jakes! With apologies to John Jakes, we are reading Elizabeth Gaskell's North and South, chapter 1, with many thanks to our reader, Barbara Edleman. Book talk begins at 16 minutes.

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Edith Wharton's Age of Innocence, Book 2, chapter 34, with many thanks to our reader, Brenda Dayne. Book talk begins right away.

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Edith Wharton's Age of Innocence, Book 2, chapters 32-33, with many thanks to our reader, Brenda Dayne. Book talk begins right away.

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328--Hurry! Edith Wharton's Age of Innocence, Book 2, chapters 30-31, with many thanks to our reader, Brenda Dayne. Book talk begins at 5:45min.

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Dickens of a ChistmasI added some audio to the Dickens of a Christmas Blog Hop a couple of years ago. Those general podcasts are linked to below via their shownotes.

There are video versions (where you can see the artwork from the original Dickens) and audio-only versions as well on those pages.

If you've never heard the original story it's not long and well worth a listen. Much of it is familiar from the movies and plays, but the bits that don't often get done are lovely, too.

Just more bookish than theatrical.

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Edith Wharton's Age of Innocence, Book 2, chapters 27-29, with many thanks to our reader, Brenda Dayne. Book talk begins at 5:20min.

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Edith Wharton's Age of Innocence, Book 2, chapter 26, with many thanks to our reader, Brenda Dayne. Book talk begins at 15min.

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Edith Wharton's Age of Innocence, Book 2, chapter 25, with many thanks to our reader, Brenda Dayne.

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Edith Wharton's Age of Innocence, Book 2, chapter 24, with many thanks to our reader, Brenda Dayne.

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Edith Wharton's Age of Innocence, Book 2, chapter 23, with many thanks to our reader, Brenda Dayne.

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Edith Wharton's Age of Innocence, Book 2, chapter 22, with many thanks to our reader, Brenda Dayne.

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BONUS EPISODE-"Masque of the Red Death", because... tis the season! And because Jon Scholes ROCKS!

So, to celebrate, I thought I should give you easy links to some other seasonal audio:

And while I can't knit right now, if you can or want to, you should check out Meg's latest Grounded sock—Jenn's Subtle Majicks.

UPDATE: I had this all set to go out automatically, but I know word has been spreading on the interwebs and my radio silence while taking an hour nap this morning incited panic on Facebook.
The upshot: I'm fine.
I'm typing slowly with one hand b/c my left arm is useless, probably for two or three more days. After getting the flu and then pneumonia last winter, I got flu and pneumonia shots Tuesday morning... in the same arm. This is evidently not something my body liked and it has rebelled.
Ungodly pain hits when I move my left arm. But I've currently got it pinned to me, Napoleon-like, and good doctor drugs let me get some rest.
So.
The other epic fail was getting the Grounded audiobook up this week. Computers conspired as did health, so... next week!
Enjoy the podcast, I'll be fine, and things will return to normal (giggle::snort) next week.

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Edith Wharton's Age of Innocence, Book 2, chapter 21, with many thanks to our reader, Brenda Dayne.

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NEWSFLASH: Not only lovely Amazon reviews but now the Goodreads Ravelry Group book for November! I am so, so overwhelmed and excited to know that you like Rosie as much as I do.

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Edith Wharton's Age of Innocence, Book 2, chapter 20, with many thanks to our reader, Brenda Dayne.

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Edith Wharton's Age of Innocence, Book 2, chapter 19, with many thanks to our reader, Brenda Dayne.

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Grounded is out!!!

And getting some very nice reviews which I've been trying to keep up with on the website. (@53 min on Geeky Girls video podcast and at Amazon)

RosieFirestarter-coverFind out about the new sock patterns based on characters from the book, our KALs, and how you can share your desgins based on the book at the new site. Our first sock pattern went out to pre-orders but is available for you to buy now on Ravlery.
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Edith Wharton's Age of Innocence, chapter 18, with many thanks to our reader, Brenda Dayne.

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Edith Wharton's Age of Innocence, chapter 17, with many thanks to our reader, Brenda Dayne.

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  • Susan said about St Augustine:
    This evening as I was going to a class at Flagler College I was listening to the episode where St Augustine is first mentioned. The College is in the old Hotel Ponce de Leon, built by industrialist Henry Flagler in the 1880's. It was designed by Carrere and Hastings, who also built the NYC Public Library. The college is celebrating the 125th anniversary of the building this year. For a time it was the nicest hotel in the world, with many original Tiffany windows (that are still there), beautiful architecture and even electricity with wiring put in by Edison. It was The Place to go in winter. It's a pretty amazing building. There is a student run tour twice a day, and it's very popular. It was definitely for the upper classes only. Flagler built another hotel across the street, but it was not quite as nice although It did have a casino and the world's largest indoor swimming pool.
    The Hotel is built on land my ancestors farmed in the 18th century. Later, one of my great great grandfathers was a hunting and fishing guide for Henry Flagler and his guests. Hmm, I probably should have read this book a while back, huh? (Heather's Note: I love these brushes with greatness we get! More proof y'all are the best!)
    Later, Flagler moved further south, building the railroad that ended in Key West. After he died he was buried in the mausoleum of a church he built here, right near the hotel. In fact, I parked in front of it tonight! His first wife, as well as his daughter and granchild are buried there.
    I will attach a couple of pictures, from postcards, that you will find interesting. (I have these cards in my postcard stash. I'm a Postcrosser,) They are fairly self-explanatory. The modern photo shows the dome of the church Henry Flagler is buried in. It's Memorial Presbyterian, although my friend insists on calling it the Presbyterian Mosque. It's pretty elaborate.
    The hotel became a college in the 1968. The college is small, but highly rated.
    (Also, on another note, coquina is pronounced Ko-keen-a, not Ko-queen-a. It's a Spanish word, so a lot of people make that mistake. I can't remember which episode this came up in. Before Age of Innocence, though.)
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Edith Wharton's Age of Innocence, chapter 16 , with many thanks to our reader, Brenda Dayne.

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Edith Wharton's Age of Innocence, chapter 15 , with many thanks to our reader, Brenda Dayne.

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Edith Wharton's Age of Innocence, chapter 14, with many thanks to our reader, Brenda Dayne.

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Edith Wharton's Age of Innocence, chapter 13, with many thanks to our reader, Brenda Dayne.

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Edith Wharton's Age of Innocence, chapter 12, with many thanks to our reader, Brenda Dayne.

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Edith Wharton's Age of Innocence, chapter 11, with many thanks to our reader, Brenda Dayne.

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Edith Wharton's Age of Innocence, chapter 10, with many thanks to our reader, Brenda Dayne.

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Edith Wharton's Age of Innocence, chapters 3–4, with many thanks to our reader, Brenda Dayne.

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Edith Wharton's Age of Innocence, chapters 1–2.

With many thanks to our reader, Brenda Dayne.

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It occured to me that you haven't a clue what beauty awaits you in "The Canterville Ghost"!

This was subscriber-only audio which now lives in the Shoppe. It's such a hidden gem of Oscar Wilde's I started to feel bad that more of you didn't know how fantastic is is.

So.

Here!

This is most of the first bit. There are three parts which make up the whole book. If you want it, you can get it here.

The Age of Innocence starts June 28, 2013.

In my effort to be more efficient, I've also created two email lists:

Hope that's good and useful for y'all!

See you in two weeks!

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Just in case you wondered what the heck was up with Bleak House on the subscriber feed (and why ANYone would want to listen to something called Bleak anything) I thought you might enjoy a sneak peek. (Details on Streaming Subscriber option; details on Download-only Subscriber option)

This is a sneak peek of chapter 1.

And in case you were wondering what the EeBooks are, this is a link to the start of the Enhanced eBook of Bleak House Chapter 1 as a ClassLit-BleakHouse PDF. We're still working on getting an ePub for iOS version and a Kindle version (formatting for these platforms is REALLY weird and wonky—but we're close). The EeBooks link out to the CraftLit and JtB audio as well as helpful contextual links from the book text itself.

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Still a few spaces left for Hanging Out online in a face-to-face book group chat about Jane Eyre! 8:30am EDT, 1:30pm EDT, and 9:30pm EDT are the times on Wednesday June 5 (which gets almost every timezone at something like a convenient hour).

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Category:Bonus Episode -- posted at: 3:43 AM
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Quickie update while I'm prepping the Bleak House sneak peek for y'all (and the first full Bleak House for the Subscribers):

  1. Hangout with me, June 5th, Wednesday—We had so much fun, I've got one for [nearly] every timezone and more goodies for participants! I can't wait to SEE you!!!! Squeee!
  2. Want to test/sample knit some socks with free yarn (and keep the sox after photos)? Let me know!
  3. Don't forget to tell me why you want Hunter's 2nd Curiosity Cabinet book in the May 2013 comments!
  4. Any ideas for centerpiece decorations for 12 year old boy party?! EEK!

Look for a Bleak House sneak peak next week! Subscribers, look for Chaucer this weekend and your full Bleak House kickoff next weekend!

Age of Innocence begins here at the end of June!

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Category:general -- posted at: 7:20 PM
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Charlotte Brontë's Jane Eyre, chapters 37 & 38.
Our reader, Elizabeth Klett has rocked Jane Eyre for us!

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Book Discussion:

Heather is hosting an hour-long online, face-to-face book group where we can chat about the end of Jane Eyre!
Where: Google Hangout, May 26, 2013 9:30pm EDT
How: Learn more at craftlit.com
Bonus: You'll get a copy of the new Enhanced Jane Eyre eBook as part of your attendance fee! 

Literary Links of interest:

  • The BBC recreated the Netherfield Ball for the 500th anniversary of Pride and Prejudice (YouTube video).
  • The next book is... Age of Innocence by Edith Warton, narrated by Brenda Dayne.
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Category:Brontë -- posted at: 3:30 AM
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Learn more about how to hang out FACE TO FACE with me this Sunday night 5/26 so we can have a REAL book chat--where I can hear you!

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Charlotte Brontë's Jane Eyre, chapter 36.
Our reader, Elizabeth Klett continues to rock Jane Eyre for us!

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Category:Brontë -- posted at: 3:30 PM
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Charlotte Brontë's Jane Eyre, chapter 35.
Our reader, Elizabeth Klett continues to rock Jane Eyre for us!

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Please vote to support CraftLit and Just the Books at Intuit's Small Business Growing Strong Campaign! You can vote once a day through May 12th (and can also vote for Knitting Rose)! Thank you!

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Crafty News:

  • This week I interview Franklin Habit. He has a new Craftsy course, Heirloom Lace Edgings, and if you sign up through this special link you could win a spot in his (or any other) course!
  • kClub is a new unique club that brings together designers, fiber artists, and you taking advantage of advances in technology to provide an interactive experience before only possible in person. It includes unique designs created exclusively for the club, KALs, Special Events, and deep-dive knitCompanion sessions. Membership is $59 and it runs April-March. It is open to anyone, knitCompanion is not required in order to enjoy many of the features and special events. If you do have kC, there is extended seminar training on using knitCompanion for the Spotlights as well as specialized kC University classes.
  • Laura Ricketts, What (else) Would Madame Defarge Knit? designer, released an adult-sized (xs-3x!) version of her Comfort of a Friend Shawl as a thank-you gift for those who pre-ordered. It's now available to purchase (it's related to but not IN the book). While the knit-a-long started April 16th, please feel free to join in! Promise... I'm still on my beginning ribbing...
  • The second volume of the What Would Madame Defarge Knit?® series, What (else) Would Madame Defarge Knit?, is now available! The print edition should be back from the printer soon. Please order your copy today! You can also join the mailing list to receive news about upcoming books in this series. Preview the patterns on the website or at Ravelry.

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Category:Brontë -- posted at: 4:00 PM
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Charlotte Brontë's Jane Eyre, chapter 34.
Our reader, Elizabeth Klett continues to rock Jane Eyre for us!

If the CraftLit iTunes feed ever goes down, please head over to the Libsyn site.

Please vote to support CraftLit and Just the Books at Intuit's Small Business Growing Strong Campaign! You can vote once a day through May 12th (and can also vote for Knitting Rose)! Thank you!

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Thank you:

A shocking number of you committed time, effort, and gorgeous (sometimes handspun) yarn to make this unbelievable quilt for me. I can't actually get a camera far enough away from it to take a picture, so Penny and I pieced this montage together for all to see. I don't have names attached to some of the blocks, so please claim your blocks. I want to thank you!

And super huge thanks to Tara Wurster who spearheaded and arranged this whole thing. It is a thing of beauty and I am so thankful I have all of YOU in my life.

(You can see more photos of the blanket on the facebook album page.)

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  • Next week I will post my interview Franklin Habit. He has a new Craftsy course, Heirloom Lace Edgings, and if you sign up through this special link you could win a spot in his (or any other) course! (Yes I said the same about the interview last week, but this week's chapter is a long one. Sorry!)
  • kClub is a new unique club that brings together designers, fiber artists, and you taking advantage of advances in technology to provide an interactive experience before only possible in person. It includes unique designs created exclusively for the club, KALs, Special Events, and deep-dive knitCompanion sessions. Membership is $59 and it runs April-March. It is open to anyone, knitCompanion is not required in order to enjoy many of the features and special events. If you do have kC, there is extended seminar training on using knitCompanion for the Spotlights as well as specialized kC University classes.
  • Laura Ricketts, What (else) Would Madame Defarge Knit? designer, released an adult-sized (xs-3x!) version of her Comfort of a Friend Shawl as a thank-you gift for those who pre-ordered. It's now available to purchase (it's related to but not IN the book). While the knit-a-long started April 16th, please feel free to join in! Promise... I'm still on my beginning ribbing...
  • The second volume of the What Would Madame Defarge Knit?® series, What (else) Would Madame Defarge Knit?, is now available! The print edition should be back from the printer soon. Please order your copy today! You can also join the mailing list to receive news about upcoming books in this series. Preview the patterns on the website or at Ravelry.

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Category:Brontë -- posted at: 7:00 PM
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The Big Three-oh-oh!

Charlotte Brontë's Jane Eyre, chapter 33.
Our reader, Elizabeth Klett continues to rock Jane Eyre for us!

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  • Next week I will post my interview Franklin Habit. He has a new Craftsy course, Heirloom Lace Edgings, and if you sign up through this special link you could win a spot in his (or any other) course! Go! Sign up! Win! RAH RAH RAH!!!
  • kClub is a new unique club that brings together designers, fiber artists, and you taking advantage of advances in technology to provide an interactive experience before only possible in person. It includes unique designs created exclusively for the club, KALs, Special Events, and deep-dive knitCompanion sessions. Membership is $59 and it runs April-March. It is open to anyone, knitCompanion is not required in order to enjoy many of the features and special events. If you do have kC, there is extended seminar training on using knitCompanion for the Spotlights as well as specialized kC University classes.
  • New Patterns from CraftLit listeners and designers:
    • Erica Hernandez (of many WWMDfK? patterns fame) just released a reusable grocery bag pattern. It holds quite a bit! The bag ban grocery bag is only $5 and available at Ravelry (no account required, though is helpful).
    • Christine Guest (of Tin of Tans fame) just released a new pattern in support of her local public library. A whopping $4.50 from every $5 sale will be donated to the Friends of the Attleboro Public Library. They buy the museum passes, extra books and fund programs for the children's room. Why? In Christine's words, "As a homeschool Mom, I use the library VERY heavily, so I want to keep it strong and well funded." Learn more about this pattern at Chistine's site of musings on homeschooling, Our Curious Home. A crochet version is in the works (ooh! Just released, actually!!!)! It's available for purchase and download at both Ravelry and Craftsy.
    • Brenda Dayne has a Knitty surprise that takes advantage of the beautiful gradiance of The Unique Sheep Luxe! Now in a minute Shawl
  • Laura Ricketts, What (else) Would Madame Defarge Knit? designer, released an adult-sized (xs-3x!) version of her Comfort of a Friend Shawl as a thank-you gift for those who pre-ordered. It's now available to purchase (it's not included in the book). While the knit-a-long started April 16th, please feel free to join in! Promise... I'm still starting my ribbing...
  • The second volume of the What Would Madame Defarge Knit?® series, What (else) Would Madame Defarge Knit?, is now available! The print edition should be back from the printer soon. Please order your copy today! You can also join the mailing list to receive news about upcoming books in this series. Preview the patterns on the website or at Ravelry.

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  • Game Theory: Jane Austen Had It First — Jane Austen was a seminal thinker in the as-yet-unnamed science of game theory, the author Michael Chwe maintains in his new book.(via listener Sarah)

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Category:Brontë -- posted at: 3:00 AM
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Charlotte Brontë's Jane Eyre, chapter 32.
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Category:Brontë -- posted at: 7:00 PM
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Charlotte Brontë's Jane Eyre, chapters 30-31.
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  • If you want to subscribe to support the show, you can read all about the different options here you can choose between the simplicity of subscribing through Libsyn to CraftLit on-the-go on your iPhone/iTouch/Android's app or you can subscribe via PayPal for a Download-only plan. Now playing... The Great Gatsby in our new "Just the Benefits" format! 

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Category:Brontë -- posted at: 2:49 PM
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Charlotte Brontë's Jane Eyre, Chapters 29.
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  • If you want to subscribe to support the show, you can read all about the different options here you can choose between the simplicity of subscribing through Libsyn to CraftLit on-the-go on your iPhone/iTouch/Android's app or you can subscribe via PayPal for a Download-only plan. Now playing... The Great Gatsby in our new "Just the Benefits" format! 

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Category:Brontë -- posted at: 2:00 PM
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Charlotte Brontë's Jane Eyre, Chapters 28.
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  • Emily Needs Stem Cells. Her cancer returned and a stem cell transplant could save her life. Please help. Please share the word. If you are eligible, please join the registry. Ethnic minorities are underrepresented in the databases, so please join. It's easy and free. Donors do not pay to donate marrow. All medical costs for the donation procedure are covered by the National Marrow Donor Program or by the patient's medical insurance.
  • The shop has been receiving some much needed attention and we are now able to offer downloads of the books—audiobooks with benefits. If you are looking for a book from Craftlit that we did years ago, please hang in there. We're reprocessing for better audio and cutting some of the extra stuff so it's a nice streamlined download. As those are ready we'll add them to the shop. Wuthering Heights and Canterville Ghost originally available free to premium subscribers are now available for purchase. Cool for Cats is also available.
  • If you want to subscribe to support the show, you can read all about the new interface here and discover the simplicity of listening to CraftLit on-the-go on your iPhone/iTouch/Android for free. Now playing... The Great Gatsby in our new "Just the Benefits" format! 
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Category:Brontë -- posted at: 8:00 PM
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Charlotte Brontë's Jane Eyre, Chapters 27.
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  • The shop is now able to offer downloads of the books -- audiobooks with benefits. If you are looking for a book from Craftlit that we did years ago, please hang in there. We're reprocessing for better audio and cutting some of the extra stuff so it's a nice streamlined download. As those are ready we'll add them to the shop. Canterville Ghost and Alice in Wonderland originally available free to premium subscribers are now available for purchase. Cool for Cats is also available for purchase.
  • If you want to subscribe to support the show, you can read all about the new interface here and discover the simplicity of listening to CraftLit on-the-go on your iPhone/iTouch/Android for free. Now playing... The Great Gatsby! More options on the way for those of you without US credit cards, without a credit card at all, and for those of you who simply prefer to stay off the grid and use checks. More as soon as it's set up!
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Category:Brontë -- posted at: 2:30 PM
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Charlotte Brontë's Jane Eyre, Chapter 26.
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  • The shop is now able to offer downloads of the books -- audiobooks with benefits. If you are looking for a book from Craftlit that we did years ago, please hang in there. We're reprocessing for better audio and cutting some of the extra stuff so it's a nice streamlined download. As those are ready we'll add them to the shop. Canterville Ghost and Alice in Wonderland originally available free to premium subscribers are now available for purchase. Cool for Cats is also available for purchase.
  • If you want to subscribe to support the show, you can read all about the new interface here and discover the simplicity of listening to CraftLit on-the-go on your iPhone/iTouch/Android for free. Now playing... The Great Gatsby! More options on the way for those of you without US credit cards, without a credit card at all, and for those of you who simply prefer to stay off the grid and use checks. More as soon as it's set up!
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Category:Brontë -- posted at: 2:00 PM
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Charlotte Brontë's Jane Eyre, Chapters 25.
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  • The shop is now able to offer downloads of the books -- audiobooks with benefits. If you are looking for a book from Craftlit that we did years ago, please hang in there. We're reprocessing for better audio and cutting some of the extra stuff so it's a nice streamlined download. As those are ready we'll add them to the shop. Canterville Ghost and Alice in Wonderland originally available free to premium subscribers are now available for purchase. Cool for Cats is also available for purchase.
  • If you want to subscribe to support the show, you can read all about the new interface here and discover the simplicity of listening to CraftLit on-the-go on your iPhone/iTouch/Android for free. Now playing... The Great Gatsby! More options on the way for those of you without US credit cards, without a credit card at all, and for those of you who simply prefer to stay off the grid and use checks. More as soon as it's set up!
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Category:Brontë -- posted at: 7:00 PM
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Charlotte Brontë's Jane Eyre, Chapters 24.
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  • Some basics on the Jewish holiday of Purim and the whole megillah.
  • Thank you to everyone who signed the petition to request modernization of the VA Claims process. It's now findable on the website, not just through the special link, and signatures will be collected through March 13, 2013. Thank you.
  • The shop has received some much needed attention and we are now able to offer downloads of the books -- audiobooks with benefits. More payment options beyond paypal will be available very soon. If you are looking for a book from Craftlit that we did years ago, please hang in there. We're reprocessing for better audio and cutting some of the extra stuff so it's a nice streamlined download. As those are ready we'll add them to the shop. Wuthering Heights and Canterville Ghost originally available free to premium subscribers are now available for purchase. Cool for Cats is also available for purchase.
  • If you want to subscribe to support the show, you can read all about the new interface here and discover the simplicity of listening to CraftLit on-the-go on your iPhone/iTouch/Android for free. Now playing... Alice in Wonderland! More options on the way for those of you without US credit cards, without a credit card at all, and for those of you who simply prefer to stay off the grid and use checks. More as soon as it's set up!
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Charlotte Brontë's Jane Eyre, Chapters 22 and 23.
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Charlotte Brontë's Jane Eyre, Chapter 21.
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Charlotte Brontë's Jane Eyre, Chapter 20.
Our reader, Elizabeth Klett continues to rock Jane Eyre for us!

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Fun fact: We believe that most films have not filmed Chapters 19 or 20. Check out Episode's 288's comments for a link to a youtube video where they got Blanche right.

Smelling salts, aka volatile salts, when used, release ammonia gas gas that triggers an inhalation reflex causing you to breathe deeply and increase heart rate, blood pressure, and brain activity.

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Category:Brontë -- posted at: 5:02 PM
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Charlotte Brontë's Jane Eyre, Chapters 18–19.
Our reader, Elizabeth Klett continues to rock Jane Eyre for us!

To help you navigate this chapter:

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Category:Brontë -- posted at: 2:27 PM
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Charlotte Brontë's Jane Eyre, Chapter 17.
Our reader, Elizabeth Klett continues to rock Jane Eyre for us!

You can take a look at how good, old school
muslin fabric looks, take a gander at the
jane austen museum that had the cool dress, read up on the
corsair/pirate coolness or get some more dirt on
Bothwell
(I'd say "poor guy" but I don't think he was...)

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Some Shakespeare fun: a youtube video, Horrible Histories - The Wives of Henry VIII (Terrible Tudors), and a Sonnet by Thing 2. Need more Shakespeare? Visit ChopBard the cure for boring Shakespeare.

If you want to subscribe to support the show, you can read all about the new interface here and discover the simplicity of listening to CraftLit on-the-go on your iPhone/iTouch/Android for free. Can't get enough Canterbury? This video should hold you until the next premium episode.

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Category:Brontë -- posted at: 1:26 PM
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For you!

A real Victorian Scholar!

Less Charlotte Brontë and more Elizabeth Gaskell (I see more of her in our future) and general Victorian info, I still think you'll enjoy the convo with Larry Uffelman. Some light listening for your weekend errand running.

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Category:Bonus Episode -- posted at: 3:29 PM
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Charlotte Brontë's Jane Eyre, Chapter 16.
Our reader, Elizabeth Klett continues to rock Jane Eyre for us!

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These Zentangle Carafes are such a brilliant idea!

To inspire you to join our Knit-a-Long for Jane's Ubiquitous Shawl (many are still going strong!) please ooh and aah over Porpoise Fur's beautiful Shawl in her own hand-spun! Also, thank you for the nice words, you really did ROCK my world (especially with that i-cord trick to start)! *blush*

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If you want to subscribe to support the show, you can read all about the new interface here and discover the simplicity of listening to CraftLit on-the-go on your iPhone/iTouch/Android for free. The next book for Premium Subscribers is--The Canterville Ghost by Oscar Wilde. Listen now before the Stephen Fry/Hugh Laurie animated film comes out!

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Category:Brontë -- posted at: 4:00 PM
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Charlotte Brontë's Jane Eyre, Chapter 15.
Our reader, Elizabeth Klett continues to rock Jane Eyre for us!

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Vogue Knitting Live is January 18-20, 2013. Please visit Cooperative Press and stop by Bijou Basin Ranch on Saturday at 1:30 to see Alasdair and have him sign a book!

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If you want to subscribe to support the show, you can read all about the new interface here and discover the simplicity of listening to CraftLit on-the-go on your iPhone/iTouch/Android for free. The next book for Premium Subscribers is--The Canterville Ghost by Oscar Wilde. Listen now before the Stephen Fry/Hugh Laurie animated film comes out!

Please feel free to join our Knit-a-Long for Jane's Ubiquitous Shawl(I'm still plugging along, please feel free to join now! Truly. I won't be done for awhile.).

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Category:Brontë -- posted at: 8:00 AM
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Charlotte Brontë's Jane Eyre, Chapter 14.
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Category:Brontë -- posted at: 9:23 PM
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Charlotte Brontë's Jane Eyre, Chapter 13.
Our reader, Elizabeth Klett continues to rock Jane Eyre for us!

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Category:Brontë -- posted at: 9:57 PM
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Charlotte Brontë's Jane Eyre, Chapter 12.

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Heather is still flu-bound.

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Category:Brontë -- posted at: 11:30 AM
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This set of shownotes, such as they are, cover bonus episodes for A Christmas Carol as run in December 2012. This is a rerun of episodes 189-191, run in November 2010. We are adding them to the feed now for your holiday enjoyment.

A Christmas Carol-in prose, being a ghost story of Christmas by Charles Dickens

Project Gutenberg text (The original manuscript)

narrated by Glen Halstrom for Librivox

The compendium of useful links by David A. Perdue.

While I also spoke of the various file formats, this time we are just sending you the regular old audio file that can be played on any computer or mp3 player and which will come through the feed just like always. Please check out the show notes for the original episodes to view the video podcasts.

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Category:short stories -- posted at: 2:00 AM
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This set of shownotes, such as they are, cover bonus episodes for A Christmas Carol as run in December 2012. This is a rerun of episodes 189-191, run in November 2010. We are adding them to the feed now for your holiday enjoyment.

A Christmas Carol-in prose, being a ghost story of Christmas by Charles Dickens

Project Gutenberg text (The original manuscript)

narrated by Glen Halstrom for Librivox

The compendium of useful links by David A. Perdue.

While I also spoke of the various file formats, this time we are just sending you the regular old audio file that can be played on any computer or mp3 player and which will come through the feed just like always. Please check out the show notes for the original episodes to view the video podcasts.

Direct download: Bonus_02-A_Christmas_Carol.mp3
Category:short stories -- posted at: 1:45 AM
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This set of shownotes, such as they are, cover bonus episodes for A Christmas Carol as run in December 2012. This is a rerun of episodes 189-191, from November 2010. We are adding them to the feed now for your holiday enjoyment.

A Christmas Carol-in prose, being a ghost story of Christmas by Charles Dickens

Project Gutenberg text (The original manuscript)

narrated by Glen Halstrom for Librivox

The compendium of useful links by David A. Perdue.

While I also spoke of the various file formats, this time we are just sending you the regular old audio file that can be played on any computer or mp3 player and which will come through the feed just like always. Please check out the show notes for the original episodes to view the video podcasts.

Direct download: Bonus_01-_A_Christmas_Carol.mp3
Category:short stories -- posted at: 1:30 AM
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Do you remember that poem?

A flea and a fly in a flue

Were imprisoned, so what could they do?

Said the flea, "let us fly."

Said the fly, "let us flee."

So they few threough a flaw in the flue.

Has nothing to do with anything except that I have the flu.

And am miserable.

And am VERY glad I pre-recorded the book chat.

SUBSCRIBERS: You actually and in fact should have gotten your email from Libsyn now. Check your spam filter if now as I've been watching folks unsubscribe from our old system all week (a little disconcerting, but happily so).

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Category:Brontë -- posted at: 7:33 PM
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Charlotte Brontë's Jane Eyre, Chapter 10.
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Here's a picture of the December Incentive. Leave a comment in episode 280's shownotes for a chance to win. I will announce the lucky listener on the first January 2013 episode (eek! 2013?!).

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Elizabeth Klett rocks Jane Eyre for us!

 

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281's book talk audio begins at 8:15 or so.

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Category:Brontë -- posted at: 10:28 PM
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Charlotte Brontë's Jane Eyre, Chapter 9.
NOTE: If the CraftLit iTunes feed ever goes down, head over to the Libsyn site.

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Here's a picture of the December Incentive. Leave a comment in this episode's shownotes for a chance to win. I will announce the lucky listener on the first January 2013 episode (eek! 2013?!).

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Don't forget to sign up for the new CraftLit mailing list over in the sidebar. It gives me the change to get announcements out to you (like what to do if the feed breaks).

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Defarge Two—What (else) Would Madame Defarge Knit? —this time in color!—is in pre-orders!

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Elizabeth Klett rocks Jane Eyre for us!

 

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280's book talk audio begins at 24 min or so.

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Category:Brontë -- posted at: 10:28 PM
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Charlotte Brontë's Jane Eyre, Chapter 8.
NOTE: If the CraftLit iTunes feed ever goes down, head over to the Libsyn site. Not pretty, but always functional!

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Hope you had a Happy Thanksgiving!
Links for you: Mulled Cranberry, Fablehaven, Vodka Gimlet, Battle Bonnets 2, Phrygian hat, ChopBard and A Playful Day.

Here's a picture of the November Incentive (donate during November 2012 and be put into a drawing for the book—donations can be one-time or a subscription).

a link to OUR NEW KNIT-A-LONG FOR JANE'S UBIQUITOUS SHAWL (Timely, eh?).

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A new and improved Subscriber interface is coming this month. I think we'll all be happier. More on that once the files are uploaded and available.

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Don't forget to sign up for the new CraftLit mailing list over in the sidebar. It gives me the change to get announcements out to you (like what to do if the feed breaks).

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Defarge Two—What (else) Would Madame Defarge Knit? —this time in color!—is in pre-orders!

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Elizabeth Klett rocks Jane Eyre for us!

 

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279's book talk audio begins at 12 min or so.

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Category:Brontë -- posted at: 8:01 PM
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Charlotte Brontë's Jane Eyre, Chapter 7.
NOTE: If the CraftLit iTunes feed ever goes down, head over to the Libsyn site. Not pretty, but always functional!

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Hope you had a Happy Thanksgiving!
Don't forget to visit Kollage for some awesome needles from an awesome company, and Daniel Klein's site for a little Epicurus.

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Growing Up Brontë episode to enjoy, Judith MacKenzie link (and the Yarn Harlot's lovely piece), Diane's handcrank radio/phonecharger, and C4C as Audiobook! (You can hear the first chapter for free over at Julie's Forgotten Classicssite!)

If you're looking for the interview wtih Jennifer Edgar at Eucalan, please skip to the 19 minute mark. And here are some useful Eucalan links for you:

Lever Knitting videos (if you're intersted) can be found here, here, and here (if you search I'm sure there are others too. Please share!).
Here's a picture of the November Incentive (donate during November 2012 and be put into a drawing for the book—donations can be one-time or a subscription).

a link to OUR NEW KNIT-A-LONG FOR JANE'S UBIQUITOUS SHAWL (Timely, eh?).

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A new and improved Subscriber interface is coming this month. I think we'll all be happier. More on that once the files are uploaded and available.

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Don't forget to sign up for the new CraftLit mailing list over in the sidebar. It gives me the change to get announcements out to you (like what to do if the feed breaks).

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Defarge Two—What (else) Would Madame Defarge Knit? —this time in color!—is in pre-orders!

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Elizabeth Klett rocks Jane Eyre for us!

 

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278's book talk audio begins at 12 min or so.

Direct download: CraftLit_278_112312.mp3
Category:Brontë -- posted at: 11:00 AM
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Charlotte Brontë's Jane Eyre, Chapter 6.
NOTE: If the CraftLit iTunes feed ever goes down, head over to the Libsyn site. Not pretty, but always functional!

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Sandy support for Annabel and her sons. Here they are:
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Contact me at Heather at CraftLit dot comand I'll tell you where to send donations.

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Growing Up Brontë episode to enjoy, Judith MacKenzie link (and the Yarn Harlot's lovely piece), Diane's handcrank radio/phonecharger, and C4C as Audiobook! (You can hear the first chapter for free over at Julie's Forgotten Classics site!)

If you're looking for the interview wtih Jennifer Edgar at Eucalan, please skip to the 19 minute mark. And here are some useful Eucalan links for you:

Lever Knitting videos (if you're interested) can be found here, here, and here (if you search I'm sure there are others too. Please share!).
Here's a picture of the November Incentive (donate during November 2012 and be put into a drawing for the book—donations can be one-time or a subscription).

a link to OUR NEW KNIT-A-LONG FOR JANE'S UBIQUITOUS SHAWL (Timely, eh?).

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A new and improved Subscriber interface is coming this month. I think we'll all be happier. More on that once the files are uploaded and available.

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Don't forget to sign up for the new CraftLit mailing list over in the sidebar. It gives me the change to get announcements out to you (like what to do if the feed breaks).

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Defarge Two—What (else) Would Madame Defarge Knit? —this time in color!—is in pre-orders!

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Elizabeth Klett rocks Jane Eyre for us!

 

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276's book talk audio begins at 30 min or so.

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Category:Brontë -- posted at: 1:38 AM
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Charlotte Brontë's Jane Eyre, Chapter 5.
NOTE: If the CraftLit iTunes feed ever goes down, head over to the Libsyn site. Not pretty, but always functional!

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Sandy support for:

You can also donate to the Red Cross via iTunes.

A link to the instructional DVD I appear on, Agents of Karma, my Common Core blog post with book give-away, and The Children's Blizzard
and Mary Jane's book Holiday Boutique Knitting.

Learn more at PennyWise Consulting's Two Minute Tech Tips about Digital Credibility and Phishing after Hurricane Sandy.

Here's a link to a picture of a Holland Pocket. Go figure You can hear me talk about heroines on A Good Story is Hard to Find. Happy Holiday Sanity!

a picture of the November Incentive (donate during November 2012 and be put into a drawing for the book—donations can be one-time or a subscription).

a link to OUR NEW KNIT-A-LONG FOR JANE'S UBIQUITOUS SHAWL (Timely, eh?).

(which, of course, is for knitters, but some of you are, so…)

Or

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And remember, if you subscribe you are not only eligible for the drawings, you will also receive Cheddar, Wensleydale, Holly Golightly, and Hexaflexagon patterns AND new exclusive audio every week! Cool for Cats is now complete and Wuthering Heights is really heating up! Chaucer will be back in November.
A new and improved Subscriber interface is coming this month. I think we'll all be happier. More on that once the files are uploaded and available.

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Don't forget to sign up for the new CraftLit mailing list over in the sidebar. It gives me the change to get announcements out to you (like what to do if the feed breaks).

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Defarge Two—What (else) Would Madame Defarge Knit? —this time in color!—is in pre-orders!

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Elizabeth Klett rocks Jane Eyre for us!

 

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276's book talk audio begins at 30 min or so.

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Category:Brontë -- posted at: 10:52 PM
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Charlotte Brontë's Jane Eyre, Chapters 3–4.
NOTE: If the CraftLit iTunes feed ever goes down, head over to the Libsyn site. Not pretty, but always functional!

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Here's a link to a picture of a Holland Pocket. Go figure Remily Knit's Mystery KAL. Next week you can hear me talk about heroines on A Good Story is Hard to Find. Happy Holiday Sanity!

a picture of the November Incentive (donate during November 2012 and be put into a drawing for the book—donations can be one-time or a subscription).

a link to OUR NEW KNIT-A-LONG FOR JANE'S UBIQUITOUS SHAWL (Timely, eh?).

(which, of course, is for knitters, but some of you are, so…)

Or
A link to the Army of Women Calendar of Hope from last week and the Simply Sock Yarn company's new Poste Sock.

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And remember, if you subscribe you are not only eligible for the drawings, you will also receive Cheddar, Wensleydale, Holly Golightly, and Hexaflexagon patterns AND new exclusive audio every week! Cool for Cats is now complete and Wuthering Heights is really heating up! Chaucer will be back in November.
A new and improved Subscriber interface is coming this month. I think we'll all be happier. More on that once the files are uploaded and available.

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Spread the word and have any friends-or-family who might be interested in joining you sign up too. You can Tweet the link, to your followers, too.

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Don't forget to sign up for the new CraftLit mailing list over in the sidebar. It gives me the change to get announcements out to you (like what to do if the feed breaks).

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Defarge Two—What (else) Would Madame Defarge Knit? —this time in color!—is in pre-orders!

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Elizabeth Klett rocks Jane Eyre for us!

 

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274's book talk audio begins at 34 min or so.

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Category:Brontë -- posted at: 9:15 PM
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Charlotte Brontë's Jane Eyre, Chapters 1–2.
NOTE: If the CraftLit iTunes feed ever goes down, head over to the Libsyn site. Not pretty, but always functional!

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Welcome New Listeners

How this works—Every Friday I upload a new episode exploring the next chapter or chapters of our book (in this case, Charlotte Brontë's Jane Eyre). On these shownotes I'll post things you might find interesting like pictures from Bewicks Book of British Birds

Or
A picture of the Brontë Parsonage in Haworth (note proximity of graves)

Or
a picture of the November Incentive (donate during November 2012 and be put into a drawing for the book—donations can be one-time or a subscription).

Or
a link to a new pattern I wrote, in this case, for a Hexaflexagon.

Or
A link to the Army of Women and the Calendar of Hope

a link to OUR NEW KNIT-A-LONG FOR JANE'S UBIQUITOUS SHAWL (Timely, eh?).

Or A link to the amazing Audible version of Wolf Hall. Get it free by visiting http://audiblepodcast.com/craftlit.

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And remember, if you subscribe you are not only eligible for the drawings, you will also receive Cheddar, Wensleydale, Holly Golightly, and Hexaflexagon patterns AND new exclusive audio every week! Cool for Cats is now complete and Wuthering Heights is really heating up! Chaucer will be back in November.

Jon is still sick. If you want to cheer him up, leave a review for his book over at Amazon.
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Spread the word and have any friends-or-family who might be interested in joining you sign up too. You can Tweet the link, to your followers, too.

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Don't forget to sign up for the new CraftLit mailing list over in the sidebar. It gives me the change to get announcements out to you (like what to do if the feed breaks).

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Defarge Two—What (else) Would Madame Defarge Knit? —this time in color!—is in pre-orders!

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Elizabeth Klett rocks Jane Eyre for us!

 

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274's book talk audio begins at 34 min or so.

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Category:Brontë -- posted at: 7:09 PM
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Swift's "A Modest Proposal". 

NOTE: If the CraftLit iTunes feed ever goes down, head over to the Libsyn site. Not pretty, but always functional!

CraftLit and Just the Books are free audiobook podasts—think "audiobook with benefits"—where you can hear the text and the story behind the text. Free. Weekly. All for you.

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The Bizness:

This week
Hexaflexagons!

Pattern for knitting said 'gons will appear here when it's done!Book talk begins at 8min or so.
Thank you to our reader, John Gonzalez.
The Brontë bio I'm reading (oof!)

The text of "A Modest Proposal" for your continued edification.


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Defarge Two—What (else) Would Madame Defarge Knit? —this time in color!—is in pre-orders!

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Part 4, Chapters 9–12 of Gulliver's Travels. NOTE: If the CraftLit iTunes feed ever goes down, head over to the Libsyn site. Not pretty, but always functional!

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The Bizness:

This week Yarn Love Color Contest. Yay! Love Yarn! Love Beards!

Thank you, Julie, for sharing this:

Think you just might want to travel with Amy Detjen, the Fabulous Dianne, and me? Next summer so the teachers can go? To…Ireland? In order to make this trip a reality we need numbers. If you're reasonably interested and would like to be on the mailing list for this trip, please


Spread the word and have any friends-or-family who might be interested in joining you sign up too. Dianne will use these numbers and we'll let you know the details via the email you provide. You can Tweet the link, to your followers, too.

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Defarge Two—What (else) Would Madame Defarge Knit? —this time in color!—is in pre-orders!

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Ehren, master of Gulliver and The Bard is doing Henry IV! Checkitout!

 

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Part 4, Chapters 7–8 of Gulliver's Travels. NOTE: If the CraftLit iTunes feed ever goes down, head over to the Libsyn site. Not pretty, but always functional!

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This week we're brought to you by Maggie at Happy Hands and the creator of the kNotes for kNitters cards is a listener! Go take a look at her shop! Support CraftLit wonderfulness!
The Cloth Roads folks have nifty things to buy for Holiday gifts! They also have the very nice Molo Project going on!

Sloe berries for your viewing pleasure (and sloe gin for your tasting pleasure), and Ken Alaba's awesome book!

Think you just might want to travel with Amy Detjen, the Fabulous Dianne, and me? Next summer so the teachers can go? To…Ireland? In order to make this trip a reality we need numbers. If you're reasonably interested and would like to be on the mailing list for this trip, please


Spread the word and have any friends-or-family who might be interested in joining you sign up too. Dianne will use these numbers and we'll let you know the details via the email you provide. You can Tweet the link, to your followers, too.

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Defarge Two—What (else) Would Madame Defarge Knit? —this time in color!—is in pre-orders!

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Part 4, Chapters 5–6 of Gulliver's Travels. NOTE: If the CraftLit iTunes feed ever goes down, head over to the Libsyn site. Not pretty, but always functional!


Arlington—home of the Handknitters Guild of North Central Texas ROCKS! The Dallas Handknitters Guild ROCKS! The Knitting Fairy ROCKS! Texas Barbeque ROCKS!
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Make more friends for Cheddar!

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New patterns in Mittens and Hats from Around the World with the original hat design coming from ME!!!

This week we're brought to you by Audible! Visit AudiblePodcast[dot]com[slash]craftlit for your free audiobook and trial subscription. Audible just started a crazy good idea—WhisperSync for Kindle/Audible. I've been listening to Ender's Game narrated by a non-obtrusive cast—not Alfred Molina, maybe, but the Husband is happy.

A PSA on the term "y'all" and its benefits, an explanatory on what it means to be a Subscriber-Supporter and the Tin of Tans genius from Christineis now for sale for the rest of the world. Spread the word, wouldja?

Maggie at Happy Hands and the creator of the kNotes for kNitters cards is a listener! Go take a look at her shop! Support CraftLit wonderfulness!

Think you just might want to travel with Amy Detjen, the Fabulous Dianne, and me? Next summer so the teachers can go? To…Ireland? Would you be interested?
In order to make this trip a reality we need numbers. If you're reasonably interested and would like to be on the mailing list for this trip, please
Spread the word and have any friends-or-family who might be interested in joining you sign up too. Dianne will use these numbers and we'll let you know the details via the email you provide. You can Tweet the link, to your followers, too.

And

Be on the show! Click here for the Google Form!
The winner in the drawing for the iPad Knit Companion Lucy Neatby Collection is YUKA!!! Squeee! I will be contacting you (and if you don't have an iPad you can use, we'll send you something else and draw another name).

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And remember, if you subscribe you will get links to Cheddar, Wensleydale, and Holly Golightly patterns AND new exclusive audio every week! This week the husband has one of my favorite (and exciting) chapters of Cool for Cats ready for you along with more Wuthering Heights!

Defarge Two—What (else) Would Madame Defarge Knit? —this time in color!—is in pre-orders!

* * *

Ehren, master of Gulliver and The Bard is starting the next series! Henry IV! Checkitout!

 

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270's book talk audiobegins at 22min

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Category:Swift -- posted at: 1:01 AM
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Part 4, Chapters 1-2 of Gulliver's Travels on 268 and on 269 we have Part 4, Chapters 3-4.
269 will automagically upload on 9/14.


Thank you.
Thank you so much.
My son's surgery went smashingly and his ear is looking fantastic. We meet with the surgeon in DC tomorrow and will know what he thinks then, but I think it's a smashing success.
Because of you.
Thank you.

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The Bizness:
I have another couple of patterns in Mittens and Hats from Around the World with the original had design coming!

This week we're brought to you by Audible! Visit AudiblePodcast[dot]com[slash]craftlit for your free audiobook and trial subscription. Audible just started a crazy good idea—WhisperSync for Kindle/Audible and we just listened to Treasure Island narrated by Alfred Molina(who can do no wrong—Alfred, call me. I'm just saying...).

Explanatory on what it means to be a Subscriber-Supporter and checkout the Tin of Tans genius from Christine—for a limited time you can get it by subscribing (see above)

Think you just might want to travel with Amy Detjen, the Fabulous Dianne, and me? Next summer so the teachers can go? To…Ireland?

Would you be interested?

In order to make this trip a reality we need numbers. If you're reasonably interested and would like to be on the mailing list for this trip, please

Spread the word and have any friends-or-family who might be interested in joining you sign up too. Dianne will use these numbers and we'll let you know the details via the email you provide. You can Tweet the link, to your followers, too.

And

Be on the show! Click here for the Google Form!
The winner in the drawing for the iPad Knit Companion Lucy Neatby Collection is YUKA!!! Squeee! I will be contacting you (and if you don't have an iPad you can use, we'll send you something else and draw another name).

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And remember, if you subscribe you will get links to Cheddar, Wensleydale, and Holly Golightly patterns AND new exclusive audio every week! This week the husband couldn't record Cool for Cats (too much travelling in our world) so instead you get TWO installments of Wuthering Heights! More audio to automagically appear while I'm in Texas.

Defarge Two—What (else) Would Madame Defarge Knit? —this time in color!—is in pre-orders!

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Ehren, master of Gulliver and The Bard is starting the next series! Henry IV! Checkitout!

 

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268's book talk audiobegins at 17min

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Direct download: CraftLit_269_091412.mp3
Category:Swift -- posted at: 3:00 PM
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Part 4, Chapters 1-2 of Gulliver's Travels on 268 and on 269 we have Part 4, Chapters 3-4.
269 will automagically upload on 9/14.


Thank you.
Thank you so much.
My son's surgery went smashingly and his ear is looking fantastic. We meet with the surgeon in DC tomorrow and will know what he thinks then, but I think it's a smashing success.
Because of you.
Thank you.

* * *

The Bizness:
I have another couple of patterns in Mittens and Hats from Around the Worldwith the original had design coming!

This week we're brought to you by Audible! Visit AudiblePodcast[dot]com[slash]craftlit for your free audiobook and trial subscription. Audible just started a crazy good idea—WhisperSync for Kindle/Audible and we just listened to Treasure Island narrated by Alfred Molina(who can do no wrong—Alfred, call me. I'm just saying...).

Explanatory on what it means to be a Subscriber-Supporter and checkout the Tin of Tans genius from Christine—for a limited time you can get it by subscribing (see above)

Think you just might want to travel with Amy Detjen, the Fabulous Dianne, and me? Next summer so the teachers can go? To…Ireland?

Would you be interested?

In order to make this trip a reality we need numbers. If you're reasonably interested and would like to be on the mailing list for this trip, please

Spread the word and have any friends-or-family who might be interested in joining you sign up too. Dianne will use these numbers and we'll let you know the details via the email you provide. You can Tweet the link, to your followers, too.

And

Be on the show! Click here for the Google Form!
The winner in the drawing for the iPad Knit Companion Lucy Neatby Collection is YUKA!!! Squeee! I will be contacting you (and if you don't have an iPad you can use, we'll send you something else and draw another name).

* * *
which will allow me to get announcements out to you (like: Surprise! I have new classes in Dallas and VA!). Enter your email below and click the button below.

I will never, ever give or sell your email information to anyone.

* * *

And remember, if you subscribe you will get links to Cheddar, Wensleydale, and Holly Golightly patterns AND new exclusive audio every week! This week the husband couldn't record Cool for Cats (too much travelling in our world) so instead you get TWO installments of Wuthering Heights! More audio to automagically appear while I'm in Texas.

Defarge Two—What (else) Would Madame Defarge Knit? —this time in color!—is in pre-orders!

* * *

Ehren, master of Gulliver and The Bard is starting the next series! Henry IV! Checkitout!

 

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268's book talk audiobegins at 17min

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Category:Swift -- posted at: 12:44 AM
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Part 3, Chapter 7-9 of Gulliver's Travels on 266 and on 267 we have Part 3, Chapter 10-11. 
267 will automagically upload on 8/31.

Before I get to anything else, a huge thank you to everyone (The long-short version here). We will now be able to get to LA, eat, and transport ourselves to-and-from the surgery and purchase any and all meds for my son. The only little thing I can do is extend my pattern sale for a bit more, so it's going through mid-night Tuesday for you..
Thank you.
Thank you somuch.

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The Bizness:
I wonder what Swift would have done with Howard Zinn's books, or Clay Shirky's for that matter!
Explanatory on what it means to be a Subscriber-Supporter and checkout the Tin of Tans genius from Christine—for a limited time you can get it by subscribing (see above)

And what if I told you that we might be able to travel together again with the Fabulous Diane? And what if I told you we might be able to go in the summer so the teachers can go? And what if I told you that it might—just might—be a trip to…Ireland?

Would you be interested?

Well, in order to make this trip a reality we need numbers. If you're reasonably interested and would like to be on the mailing list for this trip, please

Spread the word and have any friends-or-family who might be interested in joining you sign up too. Diane will use these numbers and we'll let you know the details via the email you provide. You can Tweet the link, to your followers, too.

And

Be on the show! Click here for the Google Form! And don't forget—donations to the show this month put you in the drawing for the iPadKnit Companion Lucy Neatby Collection! Squeee!

* * *
 which will allow me to get announcements out to you (like: Surprise! I have new classes in Dallas and VA!). Enter your email below and click the button below. 

I will never, ever give or sell your email information to anyone.

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And remember, if you subscribe you will get links to Cheddar, Wensleydale patterns AND new exclusive audio every week! This week, chapters 34-35 of Cool for Cats and Wuthering Heightsto come! More audio to automagically appear while we're at the surgery.

Defarge Two—What (else) Would Madame Defarge Knit?—this time in color!—is in pre-orders!

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Ehren, master of Gulliver and The Bard is cooking up some new audiolicious Bardage for us! Checkitout!

 

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266's book talk audio begins at 8min

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Category:Swift -- posted at: 10:00 AM
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Part 3, Chapter 7-9 of Gulliver's Travels on 266 and on 267 we have Part 3, Chapter 10-11.
267 will automagically upload on 8/31.

Before I get to anything else, a huge thank you to everyone (The long-short version here). We will now be able to get to LA, eat, and transport ourselves to-and-from the surgery and purchase any and all meds for my son. The only little thing I can do is extend my pattern sale for a bit more, so it's going through mid-night Tuesday for you..
Thank you.
Thank you somuch.

* * *

The Bizness:
I wonder what Swift would have done with Howard Zinn's books, or Clay Shirky's for that matter!
Explanatory on what it means to be a Subscriber-Supporter and checkout the Tin of Tans genius from Christine—for a limited time you can get it by subscribing (see above)

And what if I told you that we might be able to travel together again with the Fabulous Diane? And what if I told you we might be able to go in the summer so the teachers can go? And what if I told you that it might—just might—be a trip to…Ireland?

Would you be interested?

Well, in order to make this trip a reality we need numbers. If you're reasonably interested and would like to be on the mailing list for this trip, please

Spread the word and have any friends-or-family who might be interested in joining you sign up too. Diane will use these numbers and we'll let you know the details via the email you provide. You can Tweet the link, to your followers, too.

And

Be on the show! Click here for the Google Form! And don't forget—donations to the show this month put you in the drawing for the iPad Knit Companion Lucy Neatby Collection! Squeee!

* * *
which will allow me to get announcements out to you (like: Surprise! I have new classes in Dallas and VA!). Enter your email below and click the button below.

I will never, ever give or sell your email information to anyone.

* * *

And remember, if you subscribe you will get links to Cheddar, Wensleydale patterns AND new exclusive audio every week! This week, chapters 34-35 of Cool for Cats and Wuthering Heightsto come! More audio to automagically appear while we're at the surgery.

Defarge Two—What (else) Would Madame Defarge Knit?—this time in color!—is in pre-orders!

* * *

Ehren, master of Gulliver and The Bard is cooking up some new audiolicious Bardage for us! Checkitout!

 

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266's book talk audio begins at 8min

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Category:Swift -- posted at: 6:54 PM
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Part 3, Chapter 6 of Gulliver's Travels.

Explanatory on what it means to be a Subscriber-Supporter and checkout the Tin of Tans genius from Christine—for a limited time you can get it by subscribing (see above)

Maybe try Shadow of Night for your first FREE Audible book! Go Jennifer Ikeda!

Be on the show! Click here for the Google Form!

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which will allow me to get announcements out to you (like: Surprise! I have new classes in Dallas and VA!). Enter your email below and click the button below.

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And remember, if you subscribe you will get links to Cheddar, Wensleydale patterns AND new exclusive audio every week! This week, chapters 31-32 of Cool for Cats more Chaucer and (GASP) Wuthering Heightsto come!

Defarge Two—What (else) Would Madame Defarge Knit?—this time in color!—is in pre-orders!

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Ehren, master of Gulliver and Richard II. Srously! Checkitout!

 

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265's book talk audio begins at 11:30

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Direct download: CraftLit_265_081712.mp3
Category:Swift -- posted at: 5:16 PM
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Part 3, Chapter 5 of Gulliver's Travels.

Explanatory on what it means to be a Subscriber-Supporter and what to do to Jellyfish stings (beyond, you know… avoid getting them).

Tin of Tans genius from Christine—for a limited time you can get it by subscribing (see above)

Maybe try A Discovery of Witches for your first FREE Audible book!

Gigi's Etsy Store with the cute (and effective) row counters and the Nordic Knitting Conference, Oct 5–7, 2012; contact Linda.

NEW GENIUS APP from Knit Companion! Donate during Aug 2012 and get put in the running for your OWN COPY OF THE NEW INTERACTIVE LUCY NEATBY COLLECTIONbrought to life by Sally Holt, the brilliance behind Knit Companion!

I'm now officially teaching my Sock Heels classes at Knitgrrl's Ning site in two mini- and one full-course (More choices! More affordable! More customizeable)!

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which will allow me to get announcements out to you (like: Surprise! I have new classes in Dallas and VA!). Enter your email below and click the button below.

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And remember, if you subscribe you will get links to Cheddar, Wensleydale patterns AND new exclusive audio every week! This week, chapters 29-30 of Cool for Cats and glad you're liking Chaucer. More to come as soon as I get Defarge Two finalized and out out out!

Defarge Two—What (else) Would Madame Defarge Knit?—this time in color!—is in pre-orders!

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Ehren, master of Gulliver and Richard II. Srously! Checkitout!

 

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264 audio

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Category:Swift -- posted at: 6:02 PM
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Part 3, Chapter 3 of Gulliver's Travelsin 262 and Chapter 4 in 263.

Not much newsy.
Gotta run.
link to explanatory for subscribing

Tin of Tans genius fromChristine—for a limited time you can get it by subscribing (see above)

In case you need it, the pattern for Cheddars Ruff but please let me know if you've come up with a different genius way to construct your own! Let's link!

Newsy bits coming soon from Knit Companion! Interview recorded! More when I'm back! Big fun! No Whammies!

I'm now officially teaching my Sock Heels classes at Knitgrrl's Ning site in two mini and one full course (more affordable and more customizeable)!


• Full Sock Heels Class • Add to Cart
• Toe-up Heels ONLY Mini-Class • Add to Cart
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View Cart
Come and have fun with me!

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which will allow me to get announcements out to you (like: Surprise! I have a Ning Class going up!). Enter your email below and click the button below.

I will never, ever give or sell your email information to anyone.

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And remember, if you subscribe you will get links to Cheddar, Wensleydale patterns AND new exclusive audio every week! 

Defarge Two—What (else) Would Madame Defarge Knit?—this time in color!—is in pre-orders!

* * *

Ehren, master of Gulliver and Richard II. Srously! Checkitout!

 

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262 audio
263 audio will go live on 3 Aug 2012

Direct download: CraftLit_263_080312.mp3
Category:Swift -- posted at: 5:00 AM
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Part 3, Chapter 3 of Gulliver's Travelsin 262 and Chapter 4 in 263.

TIME SENSITIVE INFO—HOT OFF THE PRESSES!

Go here, enter the code 'craftlit' and save over 30% off the one-year cover price of the new KnitEdge magazine(full disclosure: I'm a contributor). Coupon expires 3 August, 2012. Fly! Go! Buy!

Not much newsy.
Gotta run.
Link to explanatory for subscribing

Tin of Tans genius from Christine—for a limited time you can get it by subscribing (see above)

In case you need it, the pattern for Cheddars Ruff but please let me know if you've come up with a different genius way to construct your own! Let's link!

Newsy bits coming soon from Knit Companion! Interview recorded! More when I'm back! Big fun! No Whammies!

I'm now officially teaching my Sock Heels classes at Knitgrrl's Ning site in two mini and one full course (more affordable and more customizeable)!







• Full Sock Heels Class • Add to Cart

• Toe-up Heels ONLY Mini-Class • Add to Cart

• Top-down Heels ONLY Mini-Class • Add to Cart 
View Cart

Come and have fun with me!

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 which will allow me to get announcements out to you (like: Surpri