289–Two, Two, Two Things in One!
Charlotte Brontë’s Jane Eyre, Chapters 18–19.
Our reader, Elizabeth Klett continues to rock Jane Eyre for us!
To help you navigate this chapter:
- Rules for Tableau Charades
- Rebecca and Eliezer at the well
- A casket for your pearls and jewels.
- A deal table is plain pine table.
- A Horn Lantern was often used to illuminate the Tudor Kitchen.
- Girandole is an ornamental branched candlestick or lighting device often composed of several lights. Girandoles came into use about the second half of the 17th century, and were commonly made and used in pairs.
- Belle Dame Sans Merci
- English Monarchy links–Mary I and Edward VI
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- Knit Circus
- Little Acorn Creations
- February Incentive – comment on any February show notes–saying something about the book or spinning–to be put into the running, and I’ll use a random number generator to pick the lucky winner.
The Spinner’s Book of Yarn Designs–Techniques for Creating 80 Yarns
by Sarah Anderson
Here’s a link to knitty’s review (by jillian).
Incentive donated by Storey Publishing.
Timely Knit Alert:
Ever wish there was Project Runway for Knitters? Now there is. Applications for The Fiber Factor are now open. Will you swatch? Or will you Watch? Check out the amazing list of Judges! Sorry, this is only for US Residents aged 21 or over because of shipping.
Fun Stuff, Art Edition:
by Joanne Fink
- One Zentangle A Day–A 6-Week Course in Creative Drawing for Relaxation, Inspiration, and Fun (One A Day)
by Beckah Krahula
What is Zentangle? An intuitive, fun, and relaxing way to create beauty through pattern, in approachable little bite-sized pieces.
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