In this episode, I talk about my completed KnitLoops socks, a shawl in progress, working on woodturning, and give a recommendation for a BBQ sauce made with rhubarb. Of course there are new socks already on the needles and I share a poem by Jameson Fitzpatrick titled “A Poem for Pulse.”
Ever-expanding Skill Set
Rhubarb BBQ sauce recipe from Leda Meredith
Off the Shelf
“A Poem for Pulse” by Jameson Fitzpatrick
6 thoughts on “Episode 280”
Thank you, Pam, for the website feedback. Listening more than once is a really big compliment. Thank you.
The socks are flying, but I discovered that the 1×1 rib all around the arch is not what I thought it would be. So I’ve ripped back and now I’m just putting about 2.5″ (I’m a size 9) of 1×1 on the bottom of the foot at the arch only. Working with the lathe is the BEST. I’ve made some really cool gifts, made one horrrrrrible mistake that taught me a lot, and my colleague Mary promises that we can get back in the shop before Xmas!
Yes, it is the Hide & Hammer bag and I’m in love with it!
Is the bag from Hide & Hammer, perhaps?
Enjoy your knitting time at work! I’ll bet you’ll fly through the socks. I loved seeing your lathe reel on IG. I did not know that was what burnishing was. I enjoy doing some wood work occasionally, and some day I’d love to have a small lathe. My dad had one when I was growing up…it was a large metal lathe, but he was able to use it for wood as well and let me experiment with it. Fond memories, those!
Sara, I like your new website ! It’s easier for me to navigate and view your projects. And, I’m getting so much out of your interview and conversations with Dr. Lily. I’m enjoying the in-depth study of EZ’s life and knitting practice, and I’ve listened to all of the episodes more than once. Thanks to you both for this series.