Six years ago, I learned to crochet in a professional development course called “Crochet for Stress Relief.” I had never been much of a crafty person — but I fell in love with the fiber arts. The next summer, I learned to knit by watching video tutorials. Then, I took my first spinning class and purchased a Louet wheel. When my mother discovered a loom in her attic,  I took it home to figure it out. The setting for all of this crafting is a lovely tea house near Delaware Water Gap, PA. I’ve been a longtime listener of audio podcasts and I’m happy to add my contribution with Yarns at Yin Hoo.

Thank you for joining me.

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  1. Sara’s “Better than Cookies” recipe for healthy, baked, no fat, gluten/soy/dairy free seed crackers is absolutely fabulous! These crackers have a hint of sweetness along with that crunch we all crave from time to time. The brand “Mary’s Gone Crackers” are similar but pricey, but a home made batch of Sara’s recipe will be fresher, fragrant and softer on your teeth. They are perfect for an after-the-holidays detox and a staple for any season since they taste great and give a healthy energy boost.

  2. Hey thanks so much for tuning in and enjoying the recipes. I have thoroughly enjoyed Thanksgiving and I’m working on a pumpkin gnocchi recipe right now.

  3. Sara,
    Had to let you know the “who needs cookies” recipe is fabulous! I made them for the last show we had and everybody loved them. I sent a boat load of folks to your site for the recipe. I’m making more for Thanksgiving. Have a good one.

  4. Stumbled here from reading up on Ravellenics and just want to say HUZZAH! Love your projects, wit and willingness to share. Thank you and may you have a blessed and happy new year!

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a podcast about the fiber arts and other post apocalyptic skills