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CraftLit - Serialized Classic Literature for Busy Book Lovers


You can find a complete library of all of CraftLit's books alphabetized with links to the shownotes and audio at CraftLit.com/library. To find out more about the show and all the ways you can access the audio, please visit CraftLit.com/how-to-listen/. If you're looking for our Patreon page, you will find it (and all the goodies) here.

 

 

Sep 25, 2015

Chapters 45-46 of Sense & Sensibility by Jane Austen.

| Crafty Bits|

• Pairfect sock yarn from Schachenmayr, carried in the US here.
Ohio Valley Natural Fibers (the really cool mill with the antique machinery) (Thank you, Martha)
• Any advice for washing stinky dog fur for spinning? Let me know if the comments below, on a voicemail (206-350-1642), or email me.
FB PAGE vs FB GROUP
Knightshaze Gardens National Trust, Tiverton (link takes you to a Google page-o-pics)

In London October 18, 2015? So am I!!!

Come meet me and get a dose of Cognitive Anchoring!
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- Yarn in the City! Cognitive Anchoring! Me! London! Presenting said talk! More here
- Cognitive Anchoring site

Special 400th Episode Celebration!!!

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CraftLit Episodes - Early Fall Schedule:

• 399 — tentative release date Friday, September 25
• 400 — tentative release date Friday, October 2

| Book Talk - 16± minutes |

• Tintern grounds and a bit of the story
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• The audiobook of Wolf Hall is second only to Bleak House (the Audible version read by a female/male duo), IMHO.


Austen's Henry VIII quote: *"The Crimes & Cruelties of [Henry VIII], were too numerous to be mentioned, (as this history I trust has fully shewn;) & nothing can be said in his vindication, but that his abolishing Religious Houses & leaving them to the ruinous depredations of time has been of infinite use to the landscape of England in general, which probably was a principal motive for his doing it, since otherwise why should a Man who was of no Religion himself be at so much trouble to abolish one which had for ages been established in the Kingdom."
Walden Witch House, (I remembered some of the story correctly.)

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