Thursday, February 4, 2010

Episode 74 is Live!

Another b y RJHuggz

Now you'd take this bear home and love him, wouldn't you? And, best of all, some sad little kid will do just that!

Add yourself to our CogKNITive Listeners Map!

What's On My Hook/Needles/Spindle: 3 bears done for Mother Bear project! A few words about the various ways to make a bear.

Post a picture of your bear right here as a comment or here at Ravelry.

The CogKNITIve Meet-up at STITCHES WEST will be at 3 PM on Saturday at Booth 111--the Mother Bear Project booth.
Bring your bear to turn in OR
bring old yarn or needles or hooks to donate OR
bring $5. for the pattern OR
bring $10 to sponsor someone else's bear and have your name put on it.

If nothing else, bring nothing, pay nothing, get love from Dr Gemma for even showing up, and take a brochure to give to your local knitting group to inspire them to make bears.

Just COME! Bring YOURSELF and get a warm hug!

Dizzy Blonde:

Some Stitches heads-ups:

Friday--lunch meet-up--more details to follow.

Saturday--Meet-up at Mother-Bear project Booth #111! 3 PM.

Strategy: A place for everything and everything in its place--and thanks to Julie of Forgotten Classics for this one!.

Something I Really Like: The Mac suite of in-home apps and hardware that make Itunes and its Homesharing possible.

Blather: 50 bears for Mother Bear and more since I recorded this! **You people are WONDERFUL!**

Mother Bear tells us that **you can use ANY worsted weight yarn**--washable or hadn-wash only!

Some info re: donating to Haiti through Webs, Knitters without Borders and others, and Ravelry's effort through the "Help for Haiti" tag.

In the prison: there's a new warden on the yard.

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