40–Meet Calamity . . . Doris?


Mother, knitter, spinner, writer, wife, weaver, host...not necessarily in that order...

7 Responses

  1. Becky says:


    I don’t remember for sure if this is the episode where you commented that some people were giving you feedback about the amount of “craft” vs. “lit” in your podcast. I think the balance is just fine. We crafters can get craft stuff anywhere, but getting lit for our crafting is pretty scarce, and you’re doing a great job providing that. Thanks for all the work you do in putting this podcast together.


    Becky in Canal Winchester

  2. sprite says:

    Yay! I’m knitting my PeaceFleece Everyday Cardigan while catching up on back episodes of CraftLit.

  3. Heather says:

    O Man, Tracey–you know how to make my day! I’ve done the ‘cast listening on the bike, but haven’t gotten the guts up to knit while listening at the gym. Guess I should “exercise my fingers” and not worry about it!
    You’re my inspriation!

  4. Tracey, in MI says:

    Whew- glad you;re re-recording— had to listen to something rather mundane on the bike today;)

  5. Heather says:

    Janice–no apologies necessary. Nikolle wasn’t for everyone…and I had a hard time with the misplaced pauses myself.
    Amy–I’m checking the feed right now. We’ll see whatsup.

  6. amy says:

    I downloaded this episode at iTunes and the short story does not play (and there is a minute or more pause when you talk about TotS). Should I just try again or does it need to be fixed/reuploaded?
    Thanks for this podcast – I’ve really been enjoying it.

  7. Janice in GA says:

    We *love* Deadwood, but you’re right, it’s not for the easily offended. Calamity Jane is a favorite character, and it’ll be fun to hear her story.

    (I have to confess to dropping out of listening to The Turn of the Screw because I didn’t like the narrator’s delivery. Sorry.)