Charlotte Brontë’s Jane Eyre, Chapter 17.
Our reader, Elizabeth Klett continues to rock Jane Eyre for us!
You can take a look at how good, old school
muslin fabric looks, take a gander at the
jane austen museum that had the cool dress, read up on the
corsair/pirate coolness or get some more dirt on
(I’d say “poor guy” but I don’t think he was…)
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Wouldn’t you love to listen to a fabulous reading of Stephen Greenblatt’s The Swerve? Audible makes it happen. (And here you can read an anti-Swerve review.)
- 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.
General Newsy Bits:
Please support this indiegogo project: Unexpected – A Documentary. This documentary will explore why death in childbirth rates in the USA have doubled in the past decade and what can be done.
Some Shakespeare fun: a youtube video, Horrible Histories – The Wives of Henry VIII (Terrible Tudors), and a Sonnet by Thing 2. Need more Shakespeare? Visit ChopBard the cure for boring Shakespeare.
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Please feel free to join our Knit-a-Long for Jane’s Ubiquitous Shawl(I’m still plugging along, please feel free to join now!).
What (else) Would Madame Defarge Knit?—this time in color!—is available for pre-order!
book talk starts at 11:40 min, click to listen.