• Heather
  • The Woman in White
  • July 24, 2011

Episode Notes


Woman in White, The Story Continued, Walter Hartright, sections i–iv!


Once again, CraftLit leads the zeitgeist! Happened with FrankensteinFlatland, and now Wilkie Collins (via the New Yorker)Austen again (too)! (who knew), thank you for your help with the tornado (give if you haven’t but can*), Uniquities fiber fairmake your own folding stand-up desk, my handspun sweater (thus far)

Handspun sweater

Handspun sweater--my pattern

my FINISHED Tristan socks (in muy masculine Wildfoote)

Tristan Socks

Sept 10th event will be here.

Donde esta Cumberland?


Sock Heel books up and ready for you. New store coming asap.

How to Knit Socks (top down) Free via Ravelry: download now

How to Knit Socks (toe-up) Free via Ravelry: download now

How to Knit a Dutch Heel–any yarn, any pattern 

July Incentive! Donate between now and July 31st and you will be put into the drawing for your own copy of the new Chop Bard book, Devouring Shakespeare; Five Simple Tools, personally autographed for you by Mr. Ehren Ziegler!

Don’t forget your copy of WWMDfK?

Book talk begins at 22 min. Listen to 217 audio

*Monson Tornado Fund

c/o Monson Savings Bank

146 Main Street Monson, MA 01057


I’m Heather Ordover

Hi there and welcome!
I'm glad you found our little corner of the internet. It's a safe place to hang out, listen to a good book, and maybe get a little crafty while you do.
CraftLit has been going (almost) weekly since 2006 so we have quite a few books in our Library for you. If one isn't to your liking, I'm sure another one will.
Relax and let your ears do the reading for a bit.



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