Collins—Episode Two hundred thirteen–Trafficking in Wool

Heather

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

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6 Responses

  1. ailikate says:

    Love that I can listen to this nearly six months later and find the finished socks on your Rav page!

  2. penny says:

    Dufous del Feugo — brilliant! loved it.

    … Jewish naming convention (I think it was within this episode, I listened to a whole bunch at once)… it is tradition for Ashkenazic Jews (those of Eastern European ancestry, mostly) not to name children after living relatives, however Sephardic Jews will often name children after a child’s grand parents even if still living. Loosely defined, Sephardim are those descended from Jews who lived in the Iberian peninsula prior to 1492 etc.

    As we all know, religion and people are a lot more complicated than that.

    Another random factoid–Please do not confuse nusach Sephardic with nusach Sfard — those are prayer styles, they differ greatly!

  3. Doofus del feugo – I just loved it! You did a great job. The action was super and it was exciting! I think you have a future in screenplays! Keep up the good work.

  4. Nina Bunin says:

    I want to know the end of Woman in White!!!!!! Can’t stand this:-)

    Re–Dufous del Feugo — excellent, short plot; snarltastik sound effects. Hope you guys are liking your new home!

    Nina

  5. Kathleen says:

    Nice job on Doofus DelFuego, gentlemen:) You created specific personalities, you made me laugh, and I was very impressed with the most excellent sound effects. Looking forward to many more adventures.

    Kathleen

  6. Irina says:

    Heather, quick comment on the A-line skirt. Check out “hip in hemp” from
    Knitty’07
    I made one for DD couple years ago, and it looks great. And it is easy to control the fullness by deciding how often you place increase rows.