Thursday, May 17, 2012

Episode 131 is Live!

alpacagirls

Guess who are coming to Rancho CogKnitive? From front to back, these are our newest camelids, Summer, Rasheda, and Jubilee: the Alpaca Girls!

Celebrating our listeners who have joined the CogKnitive 25 – , 50 –, and 75 – Bear Clubs for MBP. You can see who they all are right here. Great work!

Have YOU completed 25, 50, or 75 bears for Mother Bear Project? Send me your snail and a link to your Ravelry projects page, and CogKnitive will send you a special wristband to celebrate with you.

Add yourself to our CogKNITive Listeners Map.

We have a website at http://www.cogknitive.com/. You can find older episodes there.

You can now subscribe to the BLOG on your Kindle or Kindle app.

What's On My Hook/Needles/Spindle:

Still in Progress:

Phase Four of the Studio: Teal Wall. One coat has been applied. it's Love-er-lee!

My extremely well-fitted (so far) Noro Kuryon vest. I am getting down to the bottom edge of the body at last!

The endless Petal Shawlette.

Dizzy Blondes:

Does making goals for the Tour de Fleece count?

Strategy: Try to put the kindest interpretation that you can on the things people say to you.

Something I Really Like:
Has been purloined by The Knitmore Girls. Bring it back!

Put  Lid On It:
Basic gear required for water-bath canning of acidic foods.
the Bibles:
Ball Complete Book of Home Preserving
Ball Blue Book Guide
A water bath canner (so you can see what one looks like)

Blather:

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OMG!!! We're becoming an alpaca ranch!!!OR: How hanging out with KnitterCritter has changed my life.

Team Cog-CROCHET-tive, Team Cog-SPIN-tive, May fundraising, and CFR updates. Many thanks to all who have donated so far to the podcast!

Ranch of the Oaks and their fiber mill. Thanks to Mette ("Alpacaholic" on Rav).

2 comments:

tamdoll said...

I listened to your podcast for the first time & really enjoyed it, thanks!

I knit & also have done water bath canning & loved hearing about it. Once in a while I'll find coupons for Ball items in the Sunday paper, you can keep an eye out for those. Also, you can buy Ball lids - for when you open the jars, you can use these white lids to replace the rings & tops.

I didn't know what to expect and laughed when I heard you talking about Dale Carnegie classes -- I took those 20+ years ago & those are good lessons to remember!

Thanks again! I enjoyed the listen.

Tammy

Jennifer Rowe said...

Dr. Gemma, FYI I posted some Podcast Love for CogKNITive right here: http://www.beautifulalive.com/into-every-lif…rain-must-fall I hope it makes you smile!