114–The One That Will Make You Cry


Mother, knitter, spinner, writer, wife, weaver, host...not necessarily in that order...

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  1. Your blog is excellent. I m gonna read all, thank you. Continue working on blog.

  2. moiraeknittoo says:

    I have a couple of small sites on dreamhost.com. I know the Yarn Harlot’s site didn’t work out so well on them, but depending on how many subscribers you have and whether you would be hosting the actual episodes ON the hosting plan, I think it wouldn’t be a bad option. If the eps live on libsyn, it wouldn’t be a bad option. There are a lot of one click installs, including WP, and you get quite a lot of room/bandwidth to begin. I think I have a code to basically waive setup fees if you haven’t already finished your exploration on this particular topic. 🙂 Let me know if you need more info via ravelry PM (moiraeknittoo).

  3. Lynn says:

    Wow. What a crazy blast from the past. My college boyfriend had that Mennonite cookbook, a gift from his mom. The spicy split pea soup and the honey whole wheat bread are recipes I still make today.

  4. Ms Kanga says:

    Also cross posted from Ravelry
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  5. kaet says:

    Hi Heather

    Did you miss uploading an episode, because 113 has chapter 37, and 114 has chapters 40 and 41? They’re both great episodes, but over on the Ravelry group we’re worrying about what we might have missed.