Charlotte Brontë’s Jane Eyre, chapter 35.
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- Today, Friday May 10th, 7pm I’m speaking at Common Cod and teaching my sock heel workshop the next day. One of the heels is the same I used on my Holly Golightly pedicure socks and Count Fosco’s Pret-pret-pretties in W(e)WMDfK?
- Recent interviews: Episode 183 of the High Fiber Diet podcast, Episode 310 of Ready Set Knit.
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- This week I interview Franklin Habit. He has a new Craftsy course, Heirloom Lace Edgings, and if you sign up through this special link you could win a spot in his (or any other) course!
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- Laura Ricketts, What (else) Would Madame Defarge Knit? designer, released an adult-sized (xs-3x!) version of her Comfort of a Friend Shawl as a thank-you gift for those who pre-ordered. It’s now available to purchase (it’s related to but not IN the book). While the knit-a-long started April 16th, please feel free to join in! Promise… I’m still on my beginning ribbing…
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