Friday, 23 November 2012

Episode 39: Here at Last



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Show notes:

Thank you to the many well wishes and plenty of chatter that kept me sane whenever I could log in.

Come join 'The Night Circus Along', entirely hosted by lovely group members and making me smile everytime I swing by.

There's a bit of a push to get all our holiday knits finished thanks to Smoon. Also, here's the link to the Hats for the Homeless thread started by ClareMarie that I stupidly forgot in the podcast.

Heather Ordover gives us her delightfully peaceful take on Thanksgiving for the holiday season and I am thankful to her for it. For those of you who wanted to listen to Franklin again, here's the link to the podcast shownotes.


Off the Needles 

Magic Coffee Baby Hat by Tracey Kay in leftovers of the Artist Palette and BC Yarnings DK.
On the Needles

Scylla by Fiona Lucas in a mystery sock yarn. 
Plume by Lisa Mutch in The Uncommon Thread in The Uncommon Thread Posh Fingering in the 'Nimbostratus' Colourway and Silky Merino Fingering in 'Cerulean' Colourway.
Dryad by Jared Flood using The Uncommon Thread Lush Worsted in 'Bois' Colourway. 

Songs:
Fly, Fly, Fly by Adrina Thorpe, available on Music Alley
Grateful by James Casto, available on Music Alley .
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2 comments:

Lisa L said...

Can't wait to listen when I get home today!

Fruitful Fusion said...

Congratulations on the birth of your baby! I've just discovered your podcast and really enjoyed listening to this! I just have to say that oh yes, NHS midwives are brilliant!!!