301–Chapter 34 — Jane Eyre
Charlotte Brontë’s Jane Eyre, chapter 34. Our reader, Elizabeth Klett continues to rock Jane Eyre for us!
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Saturday May 4th, Kathy interviews Heather on the Ready, Set, Knit Podcast! It will air Saturday May 4th at 9am on local radio station WHMP and is then also available through their website or iTunes.
Sunday May 5th, 1pm Meet up at Maryland Sheep and Wool Festival at the Sheepdog Trials–look for the Mom with her Mom with two boys–probably with spindles–and a very bemused husband.
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?
I was interviewed on Episode 183 of the High Fiber Diet podcast.
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A shocking number of you committed time, effort, and gorgeous (sometimes handspun) yarn to make this unbelievable quilt for me. I can’t actually get a camera far enough away from it to take a picture, so Penny and I pieced this montage together for all to see. I don’t have names attached to some of the blocks, so please claim your blocks. I want to thank you!
And super huge thanks to Tara Wurster who spearheaded and arranged this whole thing. It is a thing of beauty and I am so thankful I have all of YOU in my life.
(You can see more photos of the blanket on the facebook album page.)
Next week I will post my 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! (Yes I said the same about the interview last week, but this week’s chapter is a long one. Sorry!)
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