Category: Short Stories

Dickens–190–A Present? For Me!

Dickens–190–A Present? For Me!

This set of shownotes, such as they are, cover episodes 189—191—all of A Christmas Carol. 189–Smokin’ Bishop! 190–A Present? For me! 191–Have a Dickens of a Christmas! http://media.blubrry.com/craftlit/p/traffic.libsyn.com/craftlit/CraftLit_190_112710.mp3Podcast (libsyn): Play in new window | Download (Duration: 1:01:21 — 56.2MB)

Dickens–189–Smokin’ Bishop!

Dickens–189–Smokin’ Bishop!

This set of shownotes, such as they are, cover episodes 189—191—all of A Christmas Carol. 189–Smokin’ Bishop! 190–A Present? For me! 191–Have a Dickens of a Christmas! http://media.blubrry.com/craftlit/p/traffic.libsyn.com/craftlit/CraftLit_189_112110.mp3Podcast (libsyn): Play in new window | Download (Duration: 1:58:51 — 108.9MB)

Rime ancient mariner coleridge

89–BONUS – Eftsoons, Grey Eyed Loon!

Coleridge! Rime! Mariners! All we really needed was Chip…Alas… If you want to hear it without me bugging you, checkitout here–Librivox. http://media.blubrry.com/craftlit/p/traffic.libsyn.com/craftlit/CraftLit_89_032208.mp3Podcast (libsyn): Play in new window | Download (Duration: 51:41 — 47.4MB)

Tristan and Isolde - Bediér

73–A Haute Man is Good to Find

First, OUR WINNERS! The September donors who will receive sock yarn from CheekyRedHead or a CraftLit charm from Jen Minnis Designs are: Beverly of CT‘s name was drawn to receive Sock Yarn! (YAY! General rowdiness!) and Lauren of CA‘s name was drawn to receive the CraftLit charm! (Huzzah! Much rejoicing!) We’ll...

Tristan and Isolde - Bediér

72–Just Weave-It!

I score a Weavette (Weave-It…Weavit?); CheekyRedHead makes some LOVELY sock yarn for you (if you donate in the month of September);Jen has charms for the September Donation Drawing as well. This episode–Isolde floats (like small rocks or bits of wood) or doesn’t burn like…not-a-witch…, Tristan finds a Fairy Dog, and then...

Tristan and Isolde - Bediér

71–Sick, Sick, Sick…

Some…um…interesting crochet (thank you to Dawn for sending the link); welcome to our new sponsor, Knitting Out Loud; a new LYS opens here; what’s up with the Weavettes?!; a little info on the insular Celtic languages (thank you Cheeky!); and if you have Nyquil, please send it. And, of course, don’t...

Tristan and Isolde - Bediér

70–With a Little Help From My Friends

I learn more from the best source–that would be YOU. So here are the cool links–the mag that likes us, the improvement on creating knitting graph paper, Tristan’s Leap, and an artist’s rendition of the same, Glastonbury, it’s Abbey and history, and some of the Arthurian accouterments, and I forgot to...

Tristan and Isolde - Bediér

69–A Diller, A Dollar…

Today we learn a bit from our very own Medieval Scholar, Kate, take a look at the Tristan Stone, draw as though we know what we’re doing, check out a sock calculator and learn the dimensions to create knitting graph paper on Excel (that would be column width 0.1″ and row...