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Fibercast 52: Whole Lot a Hollerin’

Hello!  I am outside for this episode.  There are many cameos including grackles, woodpeckers, Mallards, Chickadees and “the dogs”.

I forgot a few regular segments, like introductions and to thank you all for reaching out whether through social media, Ravelry, or email. I appreciate your feedback.  The show notes might be a bit sparse but if you have questions feel free to PM on Ravelry or email. Hope all is well with you.

You can listen here: http://www.hipcast.com/podcast/HdV188Ts

 

Five Farms, Five Flocks, Five Skeins-Maine Yarn Club with Maine Yarn and Fiber Supply

Starcroft Fiber (Nash Island Yarn)

Skara Brae

Oatmeal Stout

Peace Fleece

Daybreak

Bare Naked Yarns

Upton Yarns

Kate Davies- Miss Rachel Yoke

Buachaille Yarn

Clementine Rockland Maine

Alabama Chanin

Ann Carolyn Smock by Ellen Mason

100 Acts of Sewing Sonya Phillip

Made by Rae Washi Dress

 

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3 thoughts on “Fibercast 52: Whole Lot a Hollerin’

  1. Dear Sarah,
    Your video casts are always fun and interesting but this one was outstanding! Great scenery, you in a beautiful cabled sweater, and the beautiful background were a visual delight.
    I loved seeing the yarn you received in the yarn swap. The first one was so long and smooth with just a little natural sheen that it could have been mistaken for a wool silk blend.
    The video track of the yarn production was fascinating. I’ve never had the opportunity to work with yarn from a small mill that makes specialty yarn. But if I get the chance, now I will be so grateful to the mill. What a complex process it is; but the end result was lovely. Even on video, it looked so soft I just wanted to reach out an touch it.
    I’m way out here in Thailand and I don’t know if I will ever get to Maine or even back to the US. But I hope to make the best use of my time here and seek out the places in Thailand that produce the best handmade goods. As I do, I will write about them.
    Thank you so much for your video podcast. It brings me a little touch of home, even though I’m not from Maine, it’s one of the few states I have not had the pleasure to visit, it is still very much like the lifestyle I had in the Pacific Northwest.
    I wish you all the best and look forward with pleasure to your next episode.

    Sa Wah dee Ka!

    Joy

    • Thank you Joy, I am so glad you find some value and inspiration from the podcast. I wish you all the best as well and your comments are much appreciated!

  2. Susan on said:

    Beautiful sweater! You did a super job. Nice pod cast. thanks.

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