188: Parts 1-2 – End of Connecticut Yankee
Chapters 39-44–the end of the book!
Travelogues on HOLD for now, I’ll let you know when I have space enough for them again. Don’t forget to check out the Dickens of a Christmas blog hop—A Christmas Carol (e-text here) goes up earlier there, but the story will be repeated on CraftLit and will have the added CraftLit stuff.
And your links–Tom Bihn Field Journal Bag (OH MY GOODNESS it is a thing of beauty and a joy forever), Croup Kettle, The American Frugal Housewife, Vintage Knit Patterns, Godey’s Lady’s Book, Sew Vintage’s why-sew-vintage top ten list, Exercises in Knitting–the 1846 book, tutorial on how to make vector graphics, Some amazing 3-D drawings for you to take a gander at, The Public Domain Treasure Hunter on public domain sewing texts, don’t forget to check out and submit stories and patterns to Fiber Fiction!
And I would personally like to send a huge thank you to the wonderful John Greenman for giving Twain an appropriate voice and giving us his time.
Don’t forget to pick up the Lewis Creek pattern (left sidebar link) then—Go forth and knit!
The Scribe Tutor site is ready for you and yours. Send us your tired, your weak, your exhausted parents longing for someone to pick up the burden of helping their kids through essay after essay. (CraftLit listeners will find they have a discount.)
Listen to 188-part 1 audio
Listen to 188-part 2 audio