Sunday, August 8, 2010

Episode 4: Roses are red, tomatoes are too

Listen HERE

What I'm knitting:

Cerisara by Bonne Marie Burns of chicknits
Body is done, working down the first sleeve
Rick socks (Cookie A. Sock Innovation) finished.
Sea Monster puppet is finished. Four more to go...
I've started some child-size fishie socks by Melissa Dominguez. Very addictive pattern.

Dirt under my nails:

swallowtail caterpillars

Listener question

from Erin (KnittingRN)
Backyard Farmer video on foliar diseases of roses.

Make yourself useful:

Think about canning or freezing your excess produce.

Thanks to other podcasters who have mentioned me on their shows!
Thanks for the itunes reviews and comments on Ravelry!

1 comment:

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