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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 To find out more about the show and all the ways you can access the audio, please visit here. If you're looking for our Patreon page, you will find it (and all the goodies) here. Lastly, if you want to keep up with the podcast, you can join the email list here too.

Nov 23, 2012

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).


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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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