Edith Wharton’s Age of Innocence, Book 2, chapter 19, with many thanks to our reader, Brenda Dayne.
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NEW October Giveaway
The Sepember Giveaway for Heather’s Grounded novel went to Kristine M (paperback) and Tracee T (digital).
You have until October 31st to win a copy of our new book—Sweet and Simple Baby Crochetby Kristi Simpson.
Grounded is out!!!
Find out about the new sock patterns based on characters from the book, our KALs, and how you can share your desgins based on the book at the new site. Our first sock pattern went out to pre-orders but is available for you to buy now on Ravlery.
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Literary Links of Interest for this chapter:
- sable (wrong era, but the black offset the sable nicely… if you’re into furs, anyway…)
- Grace Church (and wiki)
- Handel’s march
- Chantilly lace (not the song)
- Parma violets
- Spohr symphony No. 9 maybe?
- Mendelssohn March
- Rhinebeck and Edit Wharton
- Cool Knitting video
- Hitch: Patterns Inspired by the Films of Alfred Hitchcock
- Halos of Hope Podcaster Throwdown (Our CraftLit-Throwdown group page on Ravelry) The rules are: There are no rules!
No just kidding, but we are treating it a bit like a playground style throwdown, so there aren’t many rules.
It basically boils down to this:
Listeners may donate to multiple podcast teams (but each individual hat will only count toward one team).
Follow the Halos of Hope guidelines when making your hats. (http://www.halosofhope.org/volunteers/cap-patterns-a-guidelines.html)
It’s looking like there will be prize drawing for people who donated hats to the winning team.
Since we’re a multi-craftual podcast, please know that hats may be knitted, crocheted, or sewn. And there are even a few patterns for sewn hats/headwraps on the Halos Site.
- Montessori Mischief
- Lots of What (Else) Would Madame Defarge Knit? KALs happening right now. Learn more and sign up for the mailing list.
- Great Books—Modern Subtitles (the New Yorker article–a hoot!)
- Cool Magic Tricks for Kids—site of a CraftLit Dad and Daughter team!
- The Book of Seven—a new book from our listener Cal!
- There’s a new Windows Phone app for CraftLit!
- Trying to get Dracula to the shoppein time for Halloween. Now in the shoppe, many audiobooks with benefits which were originally available only to premium subscribers: The Great Gatsby, A Tale of Two Cities, The Canterville Ghost, Alice in Wonderland, and Wuthering Heights. Cool for Cats is also there.
- If you want to subscribe to support the show, you can choose between the simplicity of subscribing through Libsyn to CraftLit on-the-go on your iPhone/iTouch/Android app or if you’re using an mp3 player you can subscribe via PayPal for a Download-only plan. Same content, either way.
- Music in this series is Strauss’ Kaiser Waltz.
Booktalk begins at 13:30min
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