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Blind Hog and Acorn
Season 3, Episode #22~ Fun with Friends

Blind Hog and Acorn

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 26, 2022 33:17


Company from Baton Rouge have come and gone but in between Blind Hog and Acorn had a grand time.  Much fun was had by all, including a day trip to Crystal Bridges Museum of American Art, as well as their sister facility, The Momentary.Goat kids have been weaned, with the exception of Little Helper's 6 week old doeling.  Little Helper is in with the mob of kids, will act as a "trainer" for us, teaching the rest to come when we call.  The farmer s are working on dismantling the chicken tractor/mobile coop to transform it into a mobile goat feeder.0.80" of rain for the month, and it was 100F when we left to go to the Post Office.  Ground is powdery dry.  Boots throw up "poofs" of dust when you walk.Cotton Patch geese are very happy, about adult size already. And look WHOOOOOO was watching when Blind Hog and Acorn went to the Post Office!

The Leader | Evening Standard daily
Bonus content: Rochelle Humes on how she built 'My Little Coco'

The Leader | Evening Standard daily

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 26, 2022 12:47


This Morning presenter, and former Saturdays singer, Rochelle Humes launched her baby hair and skincare business 'My Little Coco' just as the Covid-19 pandemic swept the world.We talk to Rochelle about:Why entering business was harder than breaking into showbizThe learning curve she faced, including an early challenge by Chanel over the word "Coco"Why she partnered with Boots to get her products on their shelvesThis is a cut down episode of Rochelle's How to be a CEO interview: click here to listen to the full thing https://podfollow.com/how-to-be-a-ceoFor more business news, interviews and analysis go to standard.co.uk/businessThis podcast was recorded at the Treehouse London Hotel. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.

Night Dreams Talk Radio
DOGMAN ATTACKS! AND SCARY ENCOUNTERS!! With Nick Valente

Night Dreams Talk Radio

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 22, 2022 94:24


Cryptozoologist and Fortean Researcher for over 22 years..Former law enforcement and para-military background.Director of the North American Dogman Project-Region 3and the International Dogman Project-Nodic Countries.Boots-on-the-ground Field Investigator.

New Books in Biography
Carol A. Lipscomb, "The Lady Makes Boots: Enid Justin & the Nocona Boot Company" (Texas Tech UP, 2021)

New Books in Biography

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 21, 2022 65:16


In the summer of 1925, Enid Justin--daughter of H. J. Justin, founder of legendary Justin Boots--announced to her family that she was going to start her own boot company in her hometown of Nocona, Texas. The announcement shocked her family, who prophesied failure and begged her to reconsider, but thirty-one-year-old Enid's mind was made up. What followed would be a multi-decade saga of tenacity, endurance, dedication, and entrepreneurial success. The Lady Makes Boots: Enid Justin & the Nocona Boot Company (Texas Tech UP, 2021) is the first biography of Enid Justin, lady bootmaker and the visionary who founded the Nocona Boot Company. Utilizing archival material, hundreds of newspaper articles from across the U. S. and beyond, and many personal interviews with Justin family members and boot company employees, The Lady Makes Boots tells the complete story of this multi-faceted woman and the growth of her small-town business to a multi-million-dollar corporation. Remembered fondly as the hard-working “Miss Enid”, Justin led the Nocona Boot Company through a seventy-four year history that included the Great Depression, World War II, and countless other challenges. Enid Justin was a true Texas pioneer: this is her story, stitched and bound. Jane Scimeca is Professor of History at Brookdale Community College Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices Support our show by becoming a premium member! https://newbooksnetwork.supportingcast.fm/biography

New Books in History
Carol A. Lipscomb, "The Lady Makes Boots: Enid Justin & the Nocona Boot Company" (Texas Tech UP, 2021)

New Books in History

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 21, 2022 65:16


In the summer of 1925, Enid Justin--daughter of H. J. Justin, founder of legendary Justin Boots--announced to her family that she was going to start her own boot company in her hometown of Nocona, Texas. The announcement shocked her family, who prophesied failure and begged her to reconsider, but thirty-one-year-old Enid's mind was made up. What followed would be a multi-decade saga of tenacity, endurance, dedication, and entrepreneurial success. The Lady Makes Boots: Enid Justin & the Nocona Boot Company (Texas Tech UP, 2021) is the first biography of Enid Justin, lady bootmaker and the visionary who founded the Nocona Boot Company. Utilizing archival material, hundreds of newspaper articles from across the U. S. and beyond, and many personal interviews with Justin family members and boot company employees, The Lady Makes Boots tells the complete story of this multi-faceted woman and the growth of her small-town business to a multi-million-dollar corporation. Remembered fondly as the hard-working “Miss Enid”, Justin led the Nocona Boot Company through a seventy-four year history that included the Great Depression, World War II, and countless other challenges. Enid Justin was a true Texas pioneer: this is her story, stitched and bound. Jane Scimeca is Professor of History at Brookdale Community College Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices Support our show by becoming a premium member! https://newbooksnetwork.supportingcast.fm/history

New Books Network
Carol A. Lipscomb, "The Lady Makes Boots: Enid Justin & the Nocona Boot Company" (Texas Tech UP, 2021)

New Books Network

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 21, 2022 65:16


In the summer of 1925, Enid Justin--daughter of H. J. Justin, founder of legendary Justin Boots--announced to her family that she was going to start her own boot company in her hometown of Nocona, Texas. The announcement shocked her family, who prophesied failure and begged her to reconsider, but thirty-one-year-old Enid's mind was made up. What followed would be a multi-decade saga of tenacity, endurance, dedication, and entrepreneurial success. The Lady Makes Boots: Enid Justin & the Nocona Boot Company (Texas Tech UP, 2021) is the first biography of Enid Justin, lady bootmaker and the visionary who founded the Nocona Boot Company. Utilizing archival material, hundreds of newspaper articles from across the U. S. and beyond, and many personal interviews with Justin family members and boot company employees, The Lady Makes Boots tells the complete story of this multi-faceted woman and the growth of her small-town business to a multi-million-dollar corporation. Remembered fondly as the hard-working “Miss Enid”, Justin led the Nocona Boot Company through a seventy-four year history that included the Great Depression, World War II, and countless other challenges. Enid Justin was a true Texas pioneer: this is her story, stitched and bound. Jane Scimeca is Professor of History at Brookdale Community College Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices Support our show by becoming a premium member! https://newbooksnetwork.supportingcast.fm/new-books-network

New Books in Gender Studies
Carol A. Lipscomb, "The Lady Makes Boots: Enid Justin & the Nocona Boot Company" (Texas Tech UP, 2021)

New Books in Gender Studies

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 21, 2022 65:16


In the summer of 1925, Enid Justin--daughter of H. J. Justin, founder of legendary Justin Boots--announced to her family that she was going to start her own boot company in her hometown of Nocona, Texas. The announcement shocked her family, who prophesied failure and begged her to reconsider, but thirty-one-year-old Enid's mind was made up. What followed would be a multi-decade saga of tenacity, endurance, dedication, and entrepreneurial success. The Lady Makes Boots: Enid Justin & the Nocona Boot Company (Texas Tech UP, 2021) is the first biography of Enid Justin, lady bootmaker and the visionary who founded the Nocona Boot Company. Utilizing archival material, hundreds of newspaper articles from across the U. S. and beyond, and many personal interviews with Justin family members and boot company employees, The Lady Makes Boots tells the complete story of this multi-faceted woman and the growth of her small-town business to a multi-million-dollar corporation. Remembered fondly as the hard-working “Miss Enid”, Justin led the Nocona Boot Company through a seventy-four year history that included the Great Depression, World War II, and countless other challenges. Enid Justin was a true Texas pioneer: this is her story, stitched and bound. Jane Scimeca is Professor of History at Brookdale Community College Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices Support our show by becoming a premium member! https://newbooksnetwork.supportingcast.fm/gender-studies

Boots In The Field Report
Episode 273: Boots In The Field Report June 20, 2022

Boots In The Field Report

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 20, 2022 10:43


Ken Ferrie starts this week's Boots In The Field Report with a fishing recap, followed by a crop report of how crops looked on the drive. He talks heat stress and what that means for these rolled up corn plants, and what pests to be on the lookout for. And despite a lot of farmers not getting into the fields to plant beans as early as they would like, he is still seeing pre-solstice flowering in several fields. Ken also puts out the call for those seeing tar spot to call the sightings into the office so we can keep tabs on it.

The Shanty Show
18. "Adequate!" with JD of the Longest Johns

The Shanty Show

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 18, 2022 59:55


Jon “JD” Darley is a member of the chart-topping shanty group The Longest Johns, based out of Bristol, UK. Their rendition of “Wellerman” went viral on TikTok in the early days of 2021 and launched them into stardom. But even prior to that, The Longest Johns were innovating new ways to reach new audiences with their music online. In this episode, we talk to Jon about the whirlwind of the last two years, how they have blended their love of traditional music with their love of video gaming, and how they hope to be a “gateway drug” into the world of shanties and singing. (To be clear, the episode title is a Longest Johns inside joke...listen to find out more!) ⚓︎ Shanties featured:- Opening credits: Paddy Doyle's Boots, trad. arranged by Pressgang Mutiny- Live song: Leave Her Johnny, trad. arranged by Jonathan Darley- Live song: Randy Dandy-O, trad. arranged by The Longest Johns- Live song: Wellerman, trad. arranged by The Longest Johns- Recorded song: Leave Her Johny Community Project, trad. arranged by The Longest Johns- Recorded song: South Australia, trad. arranged by Fishermen's Friends- Live song: Here's a Health to the Company, trad. arranged by Jonathan Darley- Closing credits: Wellerman Community Project, trad. arranged by The Longest Johns⚓︎ Find out more about Jonathan Darley and The Longest Johns at thelongestjohns.com⚓︎ Find out more about Pressgang Mutiny here:- pressgangmutiny.com- facebook.com/pressgangmutiny- TikTok, Twitter, and Instagram: @pressgangmutiny

20th CENTURY BOY
*BONUS* | WHAT I WATCHED IN MAY 2022 (Movie Vlog)

20th CENTURY BOY

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 18, 2022 29:01


A new monthly bonus series of the podcast: WHAT I WATCHED. Here's a wrap up of everything I watched in May 2022: The Jerk (1979) Puss in Boots (2011) Star Wars: The Force Awakens (2015) Dr. Strange in the Multiverse of Madness (2022) Army of Darkness (1992) The Bad Guys (2022) Dirty Rotten Scoundrels (1988) After Yang (2021) The Mask (1994) Chip & Dale Rescue Rangers (2022) The Bob's Burgers Movie (2022) Orgazmo (1997) Jurassic World: Fallen Kingdom (2018) Lake Placid (1999) Become a Patron: https://patreon.com/radiomike See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

Live from the CodeBar
CodeBar Live Show 18 - Calling all Wisconsin Pirates.

Live from the CodeBar

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 17, 2022 40:32


Welcome everyone to the second season of ‘Live from the CodeBar' recorded from the code themed bar of Fenwood Manor. I am your guide on this adventure, Rob. For this Second Season the CodeBar is pleased to announce a new partnership with the website Area's Grey.  Areas Grey is a travel blog for treasure hunters that features tips and reviews, treasure posts, a forum, dedicated research and hosted treasure hunts! On this show I recently had the absolute pleasure of speaking with Nathan and Tabitha, the pirate crew of the website Pirate Island Club.  Nathan and Tabitha create and run Boots on the Ground Treasure hunts throughout the State of Wisconsin, and they have a new hunt launching on July 5th.  Nathan is an amazing author who creates treasure hunts around his series of books featuring Kayak Jack.  This book is your map to three different treasures worth $1000 each!There is a lot more to learn about the Wisconsin hunts so make sure you give this podcast a listen.Sources and LinksWebsite:  www.pirateislandclub.comFacebook:  @pirateislandclub Twitter:  @PirateIslandCl1 Instagram:  @pirateislandpublishing YouTube Channel:  https://youtube.com/channel/UC-AHjS6Om4UILuTaeamZ_yQ Area's Greywww.areasgrey.comTwitter @AreasGrey_Instagram @AreasGreyTreasure Live From the CodeBarApple Podcastshttps://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/live-from-the-codebar/id1550617995Twitter @CodeBarLiveInstagram @CodeBarLive

All Shows Feed | Horse Radio Network
Humble Hoof 64: Hoof Boots for the "Difficult-to-Fit" Feet with Sara Hunt

All Shows Feed | Horse Radio Network

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 17, 2022 45:53


Sara Hunt, PHCP member and hoofcare provider, talks about tips and tricks for fitting hoof boots on less-than-perfect hooves. We talk about how to know your hoof boots fit well, how to adjust them for better retention, how to ensure a proper break in period, how to prevent rubs, and more. Support the show

Chamber Vibes
Interview with D.W. Lawhorne - Boots The Cow

Chamber Vibes

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 17, 2022 33:29


Dan's Bike Rides
Episode 431 - 06-17-2022

Dan's Bike Rides

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 17, 2022


Dan gets schooled in name pronunciations from a better educated listener, but that's nothing new. Otherwise it's another beautiful summer afternoon bike ride with solid locals, Boots, Klug, Koskinen and Zellar, plus a set from three different Phoebes (FEE-bees).

Boot Nerds Podcast
JayMike made ANOTHER PUMA boot and it's...

Boot Nerds Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 16, 2022 33:24


Unisport exclusive PUMA Ultra 1.4 Barbershop! They did it again at Unisport - designed another cool pair of PUMA Ultra football boots. This time round, JayMike and the Unisport boys haven given the special treatment to the Ultra 1.4 in a barbershop inspired look, and in today's Episode 139 of the Boot Nerds Podcast, you can get the detailed story of how the boots came to life. BUY THE ULTRA 1.4 BARBERSHOP HERE: https://bit.ly/3xW57bEGet Your Boots HERE - http://bit.ly/38wF5wMThe Boot Nerds Website - http://bit.ly/2WvEEx0Audio Only Boot Nerds Podcasts Below.Spotify - https://spoti.fi/2BewEYiiTunes - https://apple.co/2Tlv8KMSoundCloud - http://bit.ly/2GhTIIGGoogle Play - http://bit.ly/2UpcUIqGo See More of Josh's Videos at http://bit.ly/2DK1CcbGo See More of Jay Mike's of Unisport Videos at http://bit.ly/2Rw8P3zFollow Josh on Instagram http://bit.ly/2G179O7Follow Jay Mike on Instagram http://bit.ly/2CWWzn7For advertising opportunities on The Boot Nerds Podcast contact footballbootnerds@gmail.com

Can Marketing Save the Planet?
Episode 35: FMCG - How sustainability starts with us, the shopper - Helen Hepworth, Director - Collective Stories

Can Marketing Save the Planet?

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 16, 2022 32:13


“The fastest accelerator in FMCG is the shopper… “   We loved this conversation with Helen Hepworth, Director of Collective Stories – a - Category Management and Shopper Insight Consultancy  Helen's been an FMCG expert for many years, working with a number of retailers, with a passion for product and category management. In this conversation we discuss the role shoppers and retailers play in driving positive impact when it comes to sustainability – and of course, the role marketing plays.  There's so much packed into this 30 minute interview, we talk about shopping habits, consumption journeys and behaviour - how things are changing, discussing concepts such as circularity and refillable stations – and how it's critical for retailers to think about how they involve the customer to support their own desires for more sustainable behaviour. That leads us to the concept of the retailers as gatekeepers, and why it's important they ‘sell well' to support people making good choices – and how loyalty cards and private label are powerful drivers in supporting sustainability, with some great examples from Tesco and Boots.  There are some big questions raised – particularly about when it comes to product and category management – and how brands and marketing have driven so much choice. Do we need it all? And how will refillable stations, naturally narrowing choice, reducing confusion and involving customer – impact how products and categories are managed and developed or ‘de-developed' as we move forward? That leads us into a conversation about collaboration and partnerships and discussing brands and retailers that are getting it right. From Helen's perspective…whilst it's so important to celebrate all progress…  “Nobody has got this – journeys have started, started and veered off, started because they are looking for competitive advantage, rather than being the right thing to do – we need to do better.”  This pod is an information and insights packed episode, let's face it, we're all part of the FMCG world, just look around our homes at all the products, labels, brands etc – and to that end, Helen is consistent about the power of the shopper  “FMCG could absolutely could do more. It starts with us – the shopper and then cascades UP.” Tune in… you're going to love it. We certainly did. For more information about Helen and Collective Stories visit https://www.collectivestories.co.uk. Our podcasts are currently being recorded purely via online conferencing platforms, we apologise for any minor sound quality issues.

Boot Nerds Podcast
So this one went under the radar...

Boot Nerds Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 15, 2022 47:00


New PUMA Ultra and adidas Predator Mania SG remake - in todays episode 138 of the Boot Nerds Podcast, JayMike and Josh discuss the latest releases in a week that gave us both a remake of the legendary launch colourway of the Predator Mania as well as a brand new PUMA Ultra. Get Your Boots HERE - http://bit.ly/38wF5wMThe Boot Nerds Website - http://bit.ly/2WvEEx0Audio Only Boot Nerds Podcasts Below.Spotify - https://spoti.fi/2BewEYiiTunes - https://apple.co/2Tlv8KMSoundCloud - http://bit.ly/2GhTIIGGoogle Play - http://bit.ly/2UpcUIqGo See More of Josh's Videos at http://bit.ly/2DK1CcbGo See More of Jay Mike's of Unisport Videos at http://bit.ly/2Rw8P3zFollow Josh on Instagram http://bit.ly/2G179O7Follow Jay Mike on Instagram http://bit.ly/2CWWzn7For advertising opportunities on The Boot Nerds Podcast contact footballbootnerds@gmail.com

Tobin, Beast & Leroy
06-15-22 Tobin And Leroy Hour 1

Tobin, Beast & Leroy

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 15, 2022 38:52


Tobin & Leroy open the show talking about the Marlins win over the Phillies and the realization that once the NBA Finals are over its all about Marlins baseball till football begins. Stanley Cup Final begins tonight as the Tampa Bay Lightning attempt for their 3rd straight Cup title as they face the Colorado Avalanche. The hate for Tampa is real as Tobin doesn't believe they're a great team even if they win the Cup again. Boots to the ground Tobin was at a Heat camp where Gabe Vincent was being peppered with tough questions from not from the media but kids. Floyd Mayweather as an NBA owner the boxing great is interested in bringing a team to Vegas.

Dental Leaders Podcast
#139- Odd Tyke - Dominic O'Hooley

Dental Leaders Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 15, 2022 95:42


Listeners who heard Dominic O'Hooley's last appearance on the podcast may remember that Dominic doesn't do small talk.   And he didn't break the habit when sitting down to chat with Prav at the Association of Dental Implantology Congress in Manchester.   In what turned out to be one of the most candid and searching episodes yet, the pair talk about Dominic's difficult upbringing, his fraught relationship with his father and the challenges of caring for a son with non-verbal autism.   Dominic also discusses his own autism diagnosis and talks about the near-fatal cycling accident that almost ended his career.   A full video of Prav and Dominic's conversation is available on Prav's website.   Enjoy!   In This Episode 00.24 - Who is Dominic O'Hooley? 03.16 - The rise and fall of Boots dentists 16.24 - A place for reflection 18.28 - Childhood 22.18 - After mum 31.28 - After dad 35.33 - Family life 51.59 - Protection, healing and autism 01.03.25 - The state of the world 01.07.12 - Lump-in-the-throat moments 01.10.54 - The bike accident 01.24.19 - Second wind and teaching 01.32.52 - Life advice About Dominic O' Hooley Dominic O'Hooley is an implant dentist with over fourteen years of experience in implant placement and restoration and also carries out bone grafting, sinus surgery and bone regeneration. Dominic is an international lecturer for Southern Implants and Ethoss bone regeneration. He is also a regular contributor to the dental press and journals. 

The Sue Atkins Parenting Show
Roots, Shoots Buckets & Boots: Gardening with Toddlers

The Sue Atkins Parenting Show

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 14, 2022 27:16


• Adding The Amazing Benefits of Emotional Freedom Technique (EFT or Tapping) to Your Parenting Toolkit.  • Great Books for BIG Conversations with Little People - in The Sue Atkins Book Club • Using Distraction in your Discipline. On the Parentverse: Sue Atkins in Conversation with Amy Livingsone and Julie Wilson from Cheeky Chompers, as seen on Dragon's Den. Award Winning Teething Dribble Bibs, Neckerchews, and The New Baby Tooth Care Hub.

Crime Stories with Nancy Grace
Teen Farmer's Boots Found, But Where is Dylan Rounds?

Crime Stories with Nancy Grace

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 13, 2022 41:38


Dylan Rounds, 19, has been missing from his Utah farm since May 28. That morning, Rounds spoke with his grandmother, and that was the last time anyone spoke to the farmer. His pickup truck and other equipment remain on the property, but his wallet and phone are gone. Rounds' boots were found discarded on the farm, but mother Candice Cooley, says Dylan was particular about his footwear and only wore the one pair.  Joining Nancy Grace Today: Candice Cooley - Victim's Mother Kirk Nurmi - Legal Commentator and Cast Member: "Radical Body Transformation Season 3 on Amazon Prime", Author: "Trapped with Ms. Arias" KirkNurmi.com @nurmiunchained Dr. Jorey Krawczyn  - Psychologist (Panama City Beach, FL), Adjunct Faculty with Saint Leo University; Research Consultant with Blue Wall Institute, Author: "Operation S.O.S. - Practical Recommendations to Help “Stop Officer Suicide”, bw-institute.com Justin Boardman - Former Special Victim's Unit Detective, West Valley City (Utah), Author: "I Was Wrong: An Investigator's Battle-cry for Change Within the Special Victims Unit", JustinBoardman.com, Twitter: @boardman_train John Elwood Deputy Chief, Manatee County Search and Rescue, www.manateecountysar.org, Twitter: @KarmatheSARdog, Principal Evaluator for the National Search Dog Alliance and Instructor/Evaluator for the National Association of Search and Rescue, 35 Years Sarasota County Fire Department Nate Eaton - News Director, EastIdahoNews.com Twitter: @NateNewsNow, Instagram: @n.eaton See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

Tobin, Beast & Leroy
06-13-22 Tobin and Leroy Part 4 -Patrick Beverly to the HEAT?

Tobin, Beast & Leroy

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 13, 2022 40:08


In the first segment we go Boots on the Gram as Oladipo posts a picture wearing a Tyler Herro shirt. The IG post shows a clear relationship between Dipo and Herro but you'll never believe who liked the photo. Next we focus on Patrick Beverly public asking the Miami HEAT to trade for him. We close the Hour with our favorite Monday Game "Alright! Oh no!"

Two Ewes Fiber Adventures
Go Go Boots and Vinyl Pants

Two Ewes Fiber Adventures

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 12, 2022 73:13


We have winners for the Stash Busting Blanket Along! Plus project updates, camping in the Club Car and some clothing memories. Full notes with photos, links, and transcript can be found in the podcast section of our shop website: TwoEwesFiberAdventures.com Subscribe on Apple Podcasts or Subscribe on Android or Subscribe on Google Podcasts Jul Designs coupon code: 15% off with code TWOEWES. Laura Bellows Blog post series on wearing a Balinese sarong. Thank you to our patrons. To become a patron visit Patreon Page. Marsha's Projects:  Unpattern Top Down Raglan Pullover by Karen Alfke. Ben tried on the sweater and it is too big. Designers instructions were misleading so I ended up with too many stitches for the body. Need to rip back to correct number of stitches because the sweater is too big and I don't think I will have enough yarn to finish. Very frustrating. This project need to be set aside for awhile Troyggja við Mynstur (Sweater with Round Pattern) by Tora Joensen (translated by Kate Gagnon Osborne: I have finished the body and the first sleeve. Washed and blocked the sleeve to be sure the size is correct because it felt tight unwashed.  I'm spinning a 2lb bag of Manx Loaghton in my stash. This is a protected breed from the Isle of Man. I am using a woolen spun technique and have spun 5 skeins or approximately 400 yards. Spun three more bobbins that are ready to be plied. Happiness by Kyle Kunnecke using Yarn Snob Power Ball. The skein is massive, weighing 500 grams and 2,187 yards. I wound into three cakes and labeled yarn ends 1-6 so I can keep color order. In order to pull from the outside of cake, which I prefer, I am starting with #6 and working backwards. Kelly's Projects: I'm a little more than halfway done with the shortie socks out of Tomato and Mink Falkland handspun yarn. It's a 3-ply chain plied yarn. I can really see the variations in thickness since chain ply has a tendency to exaggerate the differences. I also have an overplied and unbalanced yarn. This is good for durability in socks, but is also something that can happen in a chain ply. While your fingers are doing the chaining, sometimes your feet don't slow down.  I also have a new spinning project with the remainder of the Columbia fleece. I blended this with tussah silk top that I had in my stash. It is spinning up thin so I think I'll make a 3-ply with this.  Stash-Busting Blanket Along Listen to the episode to hear the winners. Summer Spin-In  Started June 1 and goes until September 5. (US Labor Day) If you are on Instagram use #summerspinin2022. Black Sheep Gathering June 24-26 Albany, Oregon Saturday June 25 meet-up starting about 4-4:30. We will supply snacks and beverages. We can't wait to meet you! We Want to Hear You! Give us a call and tell us about your favorite LYS!  Go to speakpipe.com/twoewes and leave a message. It will take 90 seconds or less. Or you can use the voice memo app on your phone and email us the audio file. We'll put your voice feedback on the show!   Show Transcript Marsha  0:03   Hi, this is Marsha  Kelly  0:04   and this is Kelly.  Marsha  0:05   We are the Two Ewes of Two Ewes Fiber Adventures. Thanks for stopping by. Kelly  0:10   You'll hear about knitting, spinning, dyeing, crocheting, and just about anything else we can think of as a way to play with string. Marsha  0:17   We blog and post show notes at Two Ewes Fiber Adventures dot com. Kelly  0:22   And we invite you to join our Two Ewes Fiber Adventures group on Ravelry. I'm 1hundredprojects, and I am betterinmotion. We are both on Instagram and Ravelry. And we look forward to meeting you there. Both  0:36   Enjoy the Episode  Marsha  0:43   Good morning, Kelly. Kelly  0:44   Hi, Marsha. How are you? Marsha  0:46   I'm doing well. Kelly  0:47   Good. Marsha  0:48   Well, not really, though. Not really.  Kelly  0:50   Oh, really?  Marsha  0:51   Well, I'll talk about it when I get... oh, that's my teaser. But anyway, I want to hear how you're doing. Because I know you went on a camping trip. The first real camping trip in the trailer, not the show but a real camping trip. And I want to hear about it. Kelly  1:10   Oh, okay. Well, we got home yesterday. It was a short trip. Because by the time I made the reservations there weren't a lot of sites. You know, the sites that we liked, that we know we liked, that we were familiar with, because we wanted to make sure that it was an easy trip. The sites that we were familiar with were only available until Friday. So we left Tuesday, spent Tuesday night and Wednesday night and then came back yesterday. So it was a fun, quick trip. The weather was gorgeous, gorgeous weather. The campground that we like to go to is called Mount Madonna. And it's on what I think is called Hecker pass, it's a mountain pass through the Santa Cruz Mountains. The the far southern end, I would say, of the Santa Cruz Mountains between Watsonville and Gilroy.  Marsha  2:08   Okay.  Kelly  2:09   And, and I... the reason I'm making the point about where it is is because I have an idea to to float that we'll probably talk about later on in the podcast. But anyway, the trip was great. The, you know, getting in and out of our driveway part of it was successful, then we stopped at his work to let people take a look at it. And the guys that he works with were really, you know, I mean, it's it's kind of like the .... I don't, I kind of don't get it the same way. Because to me, it's about the camping experience. I mean, I think the trailer is beautiful. But I don't have like, you know how when, when men, and probably some women too... But a lot of times you'll see a classic car. And then there's all these men gathered around the classic car looking at things that I've no idea what they're looking at. Like, that's kind of the way people are when they look at the trailer. And so, you know, going to his work when he got a chance to show it off to the people that he used to work with. And they were super impressed. They'd heard a lot about it, you know, because it's been being worked on... it had been being worked on since well... We got it in December 2020. So you know, it's been a long time coming.  Marsha  3:27   Yeah. Kelly  3:27   They'd heard a lot about it and seen pictures and stuff. So they wanted to see the finished trailer. So we stopped there on our way up to to mount Madonna. And the second day, the you know, the only full day that we were there, my mom and Dennis arrived with snacks to christen the trailer and, you know, visit with us because they like camping up there too. But they weren't able to camp that particular weekend because their trailer needs to go in for some work. But they did come up and visit. And I took the dogs on lots of trails and sat and spun. I basically brought my spinning project that I'll talk about and sat in the sun and did some spinning and we ate cheese and crackers when we arrived so we ended up not having dinner that night. And then my mom and Dennis they came with snacks the second day. So we had snacks and didn't have dinner the second day. There was very little cooking we didn't have to do any. Oh, I made tuna sandwiches because I had made some tuna you know some tuna salad was already prepared for the first night and we didn't eat it. So the second night when we were supposed to have barbecued hamburgers. After my mom and Dennis left a little while later we were kind of hungry. So we had tuna sandwiches and so it was easy in terms of, you know, we didn't do the eggs and potatoes or pancakes for breakfast we didn't do barbeque for dinner. There was not a whole lot of cleanup because it was mostly cheese and crackers and chips and salsa and yogurt for breakfast. And so there was lots of time to just sit around and spin and take the dogs for walks. And they did really well. It was Beary's first real camping trip. And he did great. So yeah, it was really fun. Marsha  5:32   So and then where you camp at Mount Madonna. Is it...Do you plug into services or? Kelly  5:39   Yeah Marsha  5:40   Did you have to bring your own water? Okay, so you have water and electricity.  Kelly  5:43   Right.  Marsha  5:43   Well,okay.  Kelly  5:43   Yeah, they have hookups. They call them partial hookups, it doesn't have sewer hookup. You dump the sewer, and gray water, black water and gray water tanks. When you leave, there's a dump station where you do that. So we got to do that for the first time. Because we didn't have that in our old trailer. You know, our gray water just went into a five gallon you know, a five gallon... It wasn't a bucket, it was like a jug. You know, grey water went into a five gallon jug and we didn't have a bathroom. So there was no black water tank. So but yeah, we had electrical hookup. And we had water hookup. City water, they call it. So yeah, we had all the all the hook up stuff that we needed. Today I'm sitting in the trailer to record. I don't, I probably won't do this a lot, because we did get a cover for it. So he's going to keep it covered. But I thought oh, I'll record in the trailer today. It's beautiful outside. It's actually a little warm in the trailer because Robert had some of the windows closed but it's going to be in the 80s today, maybe it already is.  So anyway, I'm sitting at the trailer table and and I'm testing out the inverter because I've got my phone plugged in and I've got my computer. It's the first time I've plugged in something more than a phone, which you can charge off of the 12 volt system battery. So right now I'm running my computer, it's it's plugged in and it's being you know, being powered by the solar.  Marsha  7:31   Okay, pretty cool.  Kelly  7:33   Robert's got a small solar power panel that he uses for what he calls trickle charging when it's just sitting in our driveway. So the batteries don't get overused but they also don't go dead. And then we have the larger solar panel that we haven't used in a camping trip yet. We didn't need them because we had power hookup at Mount Madonna. But Mount Madonna also has tent campsites and we went around and scoped out the sites with no services. I mean they have they have bathrooms, obviously, and they have water but you have to go to the place where the faucet is and fill up and bring it back. And we went and scoped out those areas to find some of the sites. We marked down some of the sites that are long enough for, you know, for our trailer and the truck to both be off the road, off the main road. So those campsites there were a few that we're going to probably try out if, you know, the main area is full or if we just want to get into a more quiet area or just to try it because we haven't  Marsha  8:49   yeah you can go off grid you're self contained so to speak. Kelly  8:55   Yeah we don't need the electricity or the water so yeah, yeah, it should be really fun. Marsha  9:04   Well I thought it was really cool, too, that, you know, the one thing that you have not finished for the trailer is the curtains that are gonna go at the windows.  That's down the line but the... your sort of... your stop gap measure is you put up all your vintage linens like tablecloths and stuff as sort of temporary curtains. I thought they were so cute. Kelly  9:27   Yeah, in fact  I have the one sitting here. I'm gonna have to prevail on my more experienced weaver friends and some of the people who do more technical work because (and I'll put a picture in the show notes, in fact I'll text it to you while we're talking maybe). So this one tablecloth and I think this is one that came from the batch that you gave me when you were going through all of your all of your stuff.  Marsha  9:56   Oh, right.  Kelly  9:57   It's so... it's it's linen. It's a small tablecloth, a small table tablecloth, but every corner has this really interesting detail. And some of it is actual like cut out and and then bound. Or I guess it's possible that it's not cut out. That just the warp and weft threads are just bound to make pretty good sized, like quarter inch square, holes. And then some of it is just in the hemstitch, which I haven't ever done. But I'd like to try. I think that it's not that difficult. And I know I can find instructions for it. And then there's also this other mesh detail that is... I've done some woven lace, but this is actually with thread you come back after the fact. And you use threads to wrap the warp threads and the weft threads so that you've got these holes. Like it pinches in.  Marsha  11:07   Yeah. Kelly  11:08   It pinches in the warp threads and it pinches in weft threads and then you get these little holes. So anyways, very interesting construction. And I'd really... there's not enough. I used this one tablecloth in one of the windows, like folded over. But there's not enough even for that one window. Well, I guess... I guess there would be for that one window. But I would like for the two windows that are across from each other in the bedroom to be at least similar.  Marsha  11:43   Yeah, yeah.  Kelly  11:44   So and I don't think I want to cut this one up, because it's just pretty. But anyway, I'd like to reconstruct this fabric or do some kind of facsimile of this, of this sort of fussy, fussy work. Weave something and then try that. I think it would be really kind of a fun challenge for those two bedroom windows. And then the kitchen window--and I'm not sure where it came from, it might have been a piece that I bought somewhere else. It's like a table runner, but it only has lace on one lengthwise edge. And so I don't know maybe like a buffet? You know, something that was against the wall, you would put it on that and it would hang with the lace part hanging over the front. And I just sewed a little sleeve for the for the curtain rod and used it as a kitchen curtain. The kitchen window has two crocheted lace panels that are sewn between linen fabric. And it's really cute, it's a bit too long. And I think when I'm going to do... I didn't... All I did was put a sleeve in the top of it for the rod. So it's just one panel, one piece going across the whole window. And I think... I can't decide whether I want to do it as a valance and just have one piece going across the top of the window as a valance or if I want to cut it down the center and be able to split them for the kitchen window. But I think that one will stay. I think that one in some form. Not the form is in now, but in some form that one is going to stay Marsha  13:26    okay  Kelly  13:27   in that kitchen window because it is really cute. And  it's the perfect size whether I make it into a valance or split it down the middle. It's it's really the perfect size. So that one will stay and then the other one that I thought was really funny is there's a dresser scarf and I think the dresser scarf also came from the stuff that you gave me.  Marsha  13:51   Okay. Kelly  13:52   And one edge of it has crocheted lace that says Mother and so I hung it up in the window with  the side that said Mother facing into the  bedroom and my mom was laughing. She's like, I'm not sure you want your mother in the bedroom. [laughing] Marsha  14:14   Yeah, really. But you can't get into too much trouble on that bed, Kelly! [laughing] Kelly  14:23   With the word mother right over your head. [laughing]  Marsha  14:26   Yeah, really.  Kelly  14:29   It was really... it was... it's a really cute piece and it has plain lace on the other side. So the outside of the window had the plain lace showing. The inside of the window had the lace that had the word mother on it. So very fun. And then I used one of my I... wanted to cover the front window. Well really I wanted to keep the curtain rod from falling out. And so I put another vintage tablecloth in. I had one with flowers on it in the front window hanging up, and you know, a floral one, and then we just used that one on the table while we were, you know, while we were there. So yeah, yeah, we had a really a really good time. So the thing...Oh, Bailey's barking in the background because the mailman just came.  The thing that I was thinking as we were there, because they do have the tent sites. And they also have yurts for people who didn't typically do camping, but I was thinking it would be fun to have a little camping meet up.  Marsha  15:39   Oh, yeah. Kelly  15:40    And, and we could provide, again, for people who didn't necessarily do camping or have camping equipment. You know, we could do you know, here at the, at the trailer, we do coffee in the morning. And so people have their coffee, and then we could do dinners. You know, barbecue dinners, and some people would, who didn't camp typically could, you know, still eat. [laughing] We wouldn't need to worry about you know, about bringing a camp stove or, or that kind of stuff. You could get by with minimal equipment. You know. Marsha  16:16   Yeah, yeah. Kelly  16:16   That's what I was thinking. If you wanted to you could rent one of the yurts, or get one of the tent sites, or if you have an RV, bring an RV. So, you know, I don't know how many people that would actually turn out to be. Probably not very many. But I thought that might be kind of a fun thing to look into. Marsha  16:33   So, yeah, we'll think about that.  Kelly  16:35   Yeah, yeah. I really enjoy that campground, because it's very close to our house. And, you know, it's in the woods. But it's not like the wilderness. And then on our way...I won't get off the camping thing! But on our way to Black Sheep gathering we're going to stay at a couple of Harvest Host sites. Kelli, that we met at Stitches, had recommended Harvest Host and I looked into it and decided to get a membership. So we're going to be staying at two places. One is a rice farm on the way up, and the other one is a winery. So I'll have to report back on how that  goes. But that should be fun. It'll be at first. I've never done that kind of camping, where you just pull up at somebody's business and park in their parking lot. So yeah,  Marsha  16:45   It'll be interesting.  Kelly  16:57   Yeah, yeah,  Marsha  17:07   How fun. Kelly  17:37    I'll definitely report back. Marsha  17:39   So yeah, well, I remember Kelli talking about it. She was really excited about it. She said it was just really, really fun. So Kelly  17:47   It's perfect for a trip where, you know, where you're on the go, because it's a one night experience. You don't stay there multiple nights. And that's not something that we've done a lot of either. You know, the trip up to Black sheep is probably the one of the those... that's one of the only types of trips where we've done the camp one night, then pack up and go kind of camping. We usually, wherever we're staying, we stay a little longer than that, even if we're moving on, you know?  Marsha  18:18   Yeah. Well, I'm excited because I will see it at the end of this month, just  two weeks, I think, or so I'll see it. Kelly  18:26    Yeah, yeah.  Marsha  18:27   Anyway. Okay, should we move on? I don't want to cut this off, because it's super interesting and fun, but I don't. Should we move on?  Move on to our next topic?  Kelly  18:39   Yes. Let's move on to our next topic. There was some fiber content in there though. I have to say because I did talk about lace curtains and possible weaving. [laughing] Marsha  18:47   Yeah, Yeah, it is. Well, I think the trailer is just, it's just fun. It is just super fun. So. Okay, so before we get to projects, we just want to mention that Jul Designs coupon code for 15% off any of their products is still available. It's still going on. And just go to Jul Designs website, there's a link in the show notes and just use the coupon code TWOEWES and that's all caps. And so check that out. Did you buy your... Kelly  19:24   No I have not yet. I keep thinking I need to go in there and do it and I haven't done it. But I was looking there today as I was putting my stuff in the show notes. And I found a couple of things that I like, so I'm going to do that before we-- before I put the computer away today. And then also I noticed that she has a blog post series. Laura Bellows who has Jul Designs. She's an anthropologist, I think, and anyway, she has this blog post series on wearing a Balinese sarong and I saw the title and I saw the pictures and I bookmarked it, because I want to go back in and read it. It looks like it's like three, three or four posts on the different aspects of of that and I thought, well that's very interesting. Because, again, fabric right?  Marsha  20:17   Fabric  Kelly  20:20   So, so yeah, take a look at her her blog posts and take a look at her-- all of her different shawl pins and shawl collars and different closures and, and such. And thank you to her for providing this coupon code for for our listeners. Well, and speaking of thanks, Marsha, we have another thank you to do.  Marsha  20:45   Yes  Kelly  20:45   Our patrons from Patreon. We just want to want to give them all a shout out because we're so appreciative. These patrons that provide the funding that supports the prizes, they support the podcast hosting, all of our community events, you know. The the Alongs that we do, we are able to have prizes, you know, in the abundance that we do because of the support of our patrons. So we wanted to thank them. And our most recent patrons are--so thank you to them--Christina Y, Kelly B, Laurie M, Francesca Q, and Shelly M. They've all joined Patreon and become patrons in 2022. And then we also have Pamela R, Connie L., Cheryl C., Jan H., Hetty C, Jane H,  Colleen G, and Mindy C. Thank you for your sponsorship of our podcast. Marsha  21:56   Okay, and we also have Eman, Amy L., Patti B. ,Joan B., Tammy S,  Kathy M., Natalie, Martha P.,  Melody W., Joanne Y., Greta. H. Kelly  22:17   Okay. And also thank you to Joylaine O., Barbara G., Rachel W., Joyce G, Angela D, Laurie L, Charlene, and Erica N. Marsha  22:34   And a thank you also to Debbie F., Erica J., Rachel S., Patricia E., Catherine K., Karen B., Jenn N., and Janet S. Thank you, everyone! Kelly  22:51   Yes, thank you! We really appreciate your support. And the other members of our community also appreciate your support. Because, again, it allows us to do the kind of the kind of events and alongs and prizes. Oh, and I see I just scrolled down to the next page. Ann Gi is also a patron. Thank you, Ann Gi!  She's been a patron for quite a while. And so sorry that she was missed! Marsha  23:20   Sorry. I didn't scroll down far enough. So sorry, Ann Gi. Kelly  23:24   All right. Well, with that said, What about your projects? Marsha? We'll go from up note to maybe a down note? Marsha  23:37   Oh, yes. So here's what I have to say about both my projects. The first one. So I'm going to talk first about the sweater I'm making for my son. And I'm using my hand spun. And have you ever heard Kelly of the law of attraction that you say, you tell, you say something out to the universe, and the universe gives it back to you. You have to be careful what you say because it can give you positive things, it can give you negative things. So I'm sort of laughing about this because one of the things I kept saying is how much I enjoy knitting with my handspun. But well, the universe has given me the gift of knitting the sweater for the third time. So I will just back up and just say So, bottom line, I'm taking this sweater and I'm setting it aside for a while. And I just did a note, too, about my brother's sweater. I'm kind of setting that aside for a little bit too. So the sweater I'm making for my brother, or excuse me for Ben. This is the... Do you remember? Not to rehash this whole thing but first I started making the phrancko.com sweater that didn't work out because of my gauge. So I now started doing the unpattern by Karen Alfke. And this is the raglan pullover from the top down, where you actually just take your measurements. And basically, it's the same idea of what Frank Jernigan is doing, or Amy Herzog used to do, where you, it's like, you know, the computer does the math. In this case, I'm doing the math. But we talked about this in the last episode, about the pattern. When you get to the part where you're, you're increasing for the sleeves and the body. There's an error in the pattern. I'm calling it an error. Somebody else may not say it's an error. But when you're figuring out how many stitches to have on the arm and have for the body, it says, you do your math, and times the gauge, you know, whatever it equals and then it says front or back goal stitches: 176.  Kelly  25:48   Yeah.  Marsha  25:49   And I kept knitting beyond I kept knitting. Because it said front and back.  Kelly  25:56   No, it said, front or back. Marsha  25:58   Right, it said, front or back. I read that as I needed 176 stitches on both the front and the back. Kelly  26:05   Each, right? 176 stitches each.  Marsha  26:08   Yes. Each. For the front, 176 stitches and for the back. What it really should be, instead of saying front or back goal stitches, it should say front and back, right. So I need a total for the whole body, front and back combined of 176. I have, because we caught this when I was down there for when I was down in California at your house going to Kelly  26:37   stitches or NoCKRs? Marsha  26:41   I believe it was NoCKRs. And you said, we decided, we added up my stitches, and I have 224. Kelly  26:49   Right. And we caught it because you were so far down. It was like you had... you still weren't ready to split for the split the arms off of the body. But you were far enough down that it looked like you should be splitting the arms off the body.  Marsha  27:07   If I continued to the point where I should split the arm holes I would be at the waist. Right?  Kelly  27:13   Almost.  Marsha  27:13   That's an exaggeration. But that was right. That was the-- that was our clue. Kelly  27:18   And then you said, wait a minute, if I keep going, this is going to be way too long. Right? And then we started looking at the pattern. Marsha  27:26   And right and you caught the the mistake and the pattern. So but we had that conversation, you know that moment? And you have this conversation? We convinced each other? Yes. So they should just stop and keep going. Right? Kelly  27:42    Because how many stitches did you have on each? Marsha  27:45   I had 224 total  for the body combined. And if I had continued What's two times 176? It's 252?  No, it's more than it's more than 300.  Yeah, that's right. And so, Kelly  28:07   So you said so you were supposed to have 176 all the way around, and you had 224 all the way. So you had essentially you had about 50 extra stitches. Yes. How did we can convince ourselves that was ok? Marsha  28:24   Well, and this is what I'm gonna... so this is what I'm gonna say. To finish it, we convinced... we have this conversation. You're like you said I think it's going to be okay, . Kelly  28:34   How far would you have to rip it back?,  Marsha  28:35   But it will be ok. Kelly  28:38    Oh, that's too far to rip back. That, you know, oh, that would be unpleasant number of rows to rip. So Marsha  28:46   So. Yes, I should have just ripped back then. Because I knit the entire body.  Kelly  28:52   Right.  Marsha  28:53   And half of the first sleeve by the time he came home. And I tried it on him.  Kelly  28:59   Yeah.  Marsha  28:59   And it's way too big. Kelly  29:03   Well, and to be fair to you, he gave you a sweater that he liked as a template. And holding the sweater you were knitting up to the sweater that he liked as a template, they looked about the same size.  Marsha  29:21   Yeah.  Kelly  29:21   But the sweater that he liked as a template is alpaca and drapey and thinner machine knit. And it's fine yarn--alpaca.  Marsha  29:31   And it's also that style where it's basically you know, the body is a square, and then the and then the arms just stick off and so here's my the moral of the story. When you have that feeling, and you know what you should do, you should just do it then. Kelly  29:49   Yes, when you have that feeling and you say, Oh, I Oh, gosh. ripping all of that out. I really don't want to do that. I think it'll be okay. That phrase, I think it'll be okay. Should be a trigger. It won't be okay. You need to rip it out.  Marsha  30:07   Yeah.  Kelly  30:08   I'm so sorry. Marsha  30:10   I know. So he tried it on. I don't know now, it was two weeks ago or so when he was here.  Kelly  30:17   Yeah, right after our last episode, I think. Marsha  30:19   Yeah, it was Memorial Day weekend, I think. You know what, I don't remember because I was so upset that I sort of had to go to bed. No, I'm kidding. But I did I have that feeling like-- that feeling like, I'm gonna cry. Yeah, I feel like I'm gonna cry. And I think I should go get in bed and cry. But no, I'm a I'm a, I'm a grown woman. And I'm going to now go out and take the dog for a walk or do something else. And I'm just gonna set it aside and not think about it for a while. And then I have to just, I was and I was very angry at Karen. And it's not her fault, because well, I don't know if it's... No, I can't blame her. But it's just the way the pattern is written. It's not-- it is not clear. It's a mistake in the pattern. And I didn't catch it. You know?  Yeah, you have to actually be thinking,  I mean, you have... Because I just couldn't figure out how you could have gone so wrong from the pattern. And then, so then I took the number of stitches that were supposed to be what I thought just the front and divided by your gauge to see how many inches that was supposed to be. And realized it was the 40 inch circumference that you needed. Yeah, like, Okay, well, if it's not an error, it's at least a place where things are unclear enough that it should be changed. Yeah, but So, Karen lives in the Pacific Northwest. And I know she's a friend of my friend Kim. And so if I ever see her, I promise I will be nice to her. [laughing] Kelly  31:55   Your mad won't last too long. Marsha  31:58   It won't last and honestly, the truth is, once I rip the sweater out, yeah. for the second time.  Kelly  32:05   Yeah.  Marsha  32:05   And reknit it for the third time... Kelly  32:07   Karen, if you're listening, Marsha will be okay. Marsha  32:10   I promise I'll be kind but... And as I say, once I rip it back and start over again I now it's really clear what my mistake is. Okay, I'm crossing my-- you can't see me but I'm crossing my fingers. Kelly. Hopefully I'll be okay. And I won't have to knit it again.  Kelly  32:28   Yeah. Knock on wood right now. So Marsha  32:32   yeah, knock on wood. Kelly  32:34   Everybody out there. Knock on wood for Marsha. Marsha  32:36   It's funny because I was reading the our posts in on Ravelry in the discussion thread, like when you posted the episode, and then people make comments, and I don't remember now who it was, I'm drawing a blank. Someone said, I'm so sorry that Marsha is having these problems that I talked about in the last episode with  my brother's sweater. And I was laughing. I thought, you don't know the half of it. I had been. Yeah. Anyway, I will have the joy of knitting with my handspun a third time. Kelly  33:08   It's a good thing you like that yarn. [laughing]  Marsha  33:10   Yeah, really? But I'm not going to say that anymore. Because it got me into big trouble. I think. So anyway. Okay, so now moving on to my other sweater that's a problem. And this is the sweater with round pattern. Or Kelly, how are you pronouncing it? Kelly  33:30   Well, we have a pronunciation audio from Cat. And it actually isn't sweater with round pattern. It's well, she'll, we'll play it. So we'll put the audio in right here.  Cat  33:42   Hi, Kelly. Hi, Marsha. I believe it's "Tro-cha vee min-stur" Trocha: sweater. Vee: with. Min-stur is pattern. And I looked it up in the Faroese dictionary and I'll send it to you. Mynstur means any pattern, not necessarily a round pattern. It could also mean a pattern for for weaving, for embroidery. Depending on the context. In this case, it would be a pattern for knitting. Marsha  34:12   Okay, so, Cat, thank you for that. Yes, that really helps us out. Okay. What's going on with that sweater? I have, as you know, now, this is the second time I've, I mean, I switched to this pattern. I've knit the body up. This is a bottom up. So I've knit up the body up to the armholes. I've set that aside and started the sleeves. Kelly  34:34   and you've blocked it. Washed it and blocked it and checked it out that it fits. Marsha  34:37   Yes. Yes. And so I did it halfway through so that's why the pictures of it in Ravelry there's this weird line. Okay, body set aside. I started the first sleeve. Didn't like it because I was... oh, let me back up. The sleeve you're supposed to cast on and knit the cuff. Then you do some color work, work in stockinette, right above the cuff, and then you knit  the main color up to the armhole, set that aside, do the same thing with the second sleeve, then attach the sleeves to the body and knit the yoke. My concern about that is, once that's done, you cannot adjust the length of the sleeves Kelly  35:18   without ripping everything out Marsha  35:20   without having to rip out the yoke. Yeah. So I what I decided to do is a provisional cast on with one row of the one of the contrast. The colorwork... the cuffs are supposed to be in the navy blue. So I decided to do one row of the navy blue and then start the colorwork. And that was a disaster because you're doing it, you know, magic loop. And the tension was terrible. It was all over the place. Kelly  35:51   And you have no base to hold on to while you're doing the colorwork. Yeah.  Marsha  35:55   Right. So I ripped that out. I cast on again, provisional cast on. I did three rows of stockinette in the blue, the navy blue, which is going to be the cuff color, because I thought, what will...  and then I knit the color work. And I did about an inch of the main color. And I realized, I don't like the color work because the everything is knit on size eight. But what I've decided to do with the yoke, is I'm going to knit that on nines, and I forgot to switch to nines for the color work sleeve. So I ripped it out back to the... it was not as horrible, but I had to rip it back out to the three rows of the Navy of the stockinette. And then I reknit the color work on nines. And then I switched back to eights and I've done most of the sleeve, I would say it's three quarters done. And I thought it feels a little tight. Kelly  36:57   Oh no. Marsha  36:59   I don't know what's gonna happen. But I decided I'm putting it on waste yarn, and I washed and blocked it. So I did that yesterday. So it's sitting there drying. And so I I just want to make sure. Kelly  37:12    Yeah. Marsha  37:13   I don't want to finish that sleeve and do the second sleeve and  have them too tight. So  Kelly  37:20   oh my gosh! Marsha  37:22   All I can say is, what the hell?  [laughing] I hate... I hate these projects. I hate these projects. So just to help myself I...So Ben's sweater's being set aside for a while. My brother's sweater is going to be set aside for a while. I just need to take a break from it. And anyway, I decided to cast on something else. So Kelly, guess what I cast on. Kelly  37:53   Something for you.  Marsha  37:55   Something for me! And just the name alone is gonna make me happy. It's called Happiness.  Kelly  38:00   Yes.  Marsha  38:00   And the designer is Kyle Kunnecke and I'm using the big giant baby that I bought at stitches, Yarn Snobs Powerball, and it has all these colors in it. It's so interesting. I will post pictures, too.  It weighs... this skein of yarn weighs 500 grams, it's 2187 yards and it was a bit of a challenge to get it onto the swift. And then I wound it into three cakes and what I did is because if you-- if you break it, well... First of all I have to say this is amazing yarn. I'm kind of curious how he's able to get 500 grams and over 2000 yards with not a single break and there's no knots at all and so it's a continuous piece of yarn. I don't know how he dyes it so beautifully given that it's so thick. I mean he's got the color goes all the way through. It's amazing how it's clearly when you open it up into the hank it's it's that's how it was dyed. it was not dyed in another form and then wound into that hank, you know. You can see it's been dyed in that hank. Yeah. Is that was not reskeined. No Yeah. Well anyway, so Kelly  39:23   Hard enough to skein it in the first place before you dye it! Marsha  39:28   So what I did is... I... but I wanted... It may not be important to keep the color order given the way this thing is sort of this very, very crazy, chaotic color, you know, it may not be necessary. Kelly  39:40   I think it's necessary.  Marsha  39:42   Well, I wanted to keep the color order. So what I did is I wound it into three balls, but I put a piece of tape like painters tape on the beginning of the yarn, but as I started taking it off the swift I put it in-- I labeled that end 1 and I put it in so the end 1 now is on the inside of my cake. And end 2 is on the outside of my cake. Right, so then I break that, and then I put a tape on the next the piece that's coming off of the swift, that's 3 that's now wound on that's on the inside of a cake, and 4 is on the outside of my cake. And then the third one, end 5 is on the inside. And end 6 is on the outside. I like to pull from the outside. So I can't pull from the outside of the first cake that is labeled one and two, because two is on the outside. So I'm starting at the very end. So I'm starting with the third cake, which is end starting with six, which then five will be in the center. Then I'll go to two, 4, which is on the outside. 3 is on the inside. And then the last cake 2 is on the outside and 1 is on the inside. Does that make sense? Kelly  41:06   Yeah. And that's I think going to be really important because the cakes of yarn actually look very different. Marsha  41:14   It's true. And the the first one I wound off and the last one I wound off look the most similar. The one that's right in the middle is darker, it has more black in it. So I think I think it is important to keep the order. Kelly  41:32   Yeah, because that way you don't have to alternate skeins, it'll just go along the patterning of the skein. And whatever the differences are, they will change naturally, the way the skein changeds as opposed to abruptly if you weren't going in that order. So I think that's a smart way to do it, Marsha.  Marsha  41:55   Yeah, so I already started knitting on it. I'm so much happier. It's on size four. So it's a nice, it's a smaller needle. Because the other thing I need to mention that I did finish my garter squish blanket over Memorial Day weekend, the deadline to finish it was May 31. And I believe I finished it on May 30 with a day to spare. But that was knit on 13s and that's like, it really feels you can't really get a rhythm knitting with those, because they're so big. So I'm very happy with this so far. And I've just knit. Let's see, I'm knitting on it now. And I have to do two inches of ribbing, and then I'll switch to stockinette. And so I...this is what I'm planning to bring to Black Sheep Gathering the end of the month. So I can just knit mindlessly on it and talk to people and not look at those other two sweaters. Kelly  42:52   I think that's a really good plan. And the thing about this one is that it's a nice kind of boxy sweater with a lot of positive ease. So that's a lot of stitches going around and around in stockinette. So it'll be it'll be perfect knitting for a long time.  Marsha  43:12   Yeah.  Kelly  43:14   And I think everybody probably has the size needle that they feel the most comfortable with. Or the range of needle size that they feel the most comfortable with. I really like my sock needles at the low end. And then I like threes. Like threes, fours. That's a twos threes, fours that's a really nice size for me. It feels they feel right in my hand. Where when I'm knitting with five fives or sixes for a hat, it's not that I don't enjoy it. But it's always nice to get back to my little needles. Marsha  43:49   Yeah, yeah. Kelly  43:51   So that's that'll be good, too. It's right in your your comfort knitting zone. Yeah, well, that's good. I'm excited about it. I think it'll be I think it'll be a good project for you. It sounds like you're excited about it. The colors are great. Marsha  44:07   And then I have been spinning on the Manx Loaghton. And I've been spinning on that and I'm planning on bringing my wheel and that to Black Sheep Gathering and mostly spinning, I think.  Kelly  44:21   Oh, good.  Marsha  44:22   That's it. And then as I say finished project, I finished my garter squish. That's my only finished project. Kelly  44:27   and it turned out nice. Marsha  44:29   Yeah. It's nice.  Kelly  44:30   How do you-- have you put it next to your other two? To like, see how it compares and what you like? Like, how do you like them compared to one another? Or are there like, this is the first one that you've done with flat colors? Marsha  44:47   No, it's the second. Kelly  44:48   Oh, the second one. That the first one you did was also was the Cascade.  Marsha  44:54   The first one was flat. The main color was like a blue like a I don't know what color blue you would call that one Kelly  45:00   Not quite navy-- kind of between the Navy and kind of a darker royal blue? Not so bright as a royal blue, but not so Navy. Marsha  45:10   And and then this one, it had brighter colors more. Not really natural colors. The contrasting one? And then the second one I did is when we dyed all the yarn so we had the gradient and then all the painted variegated.  And then the this one that I just completed the background was a brown, then all the colors are like sage and orange. And I don't know, it looks more like the first one.  Kelly  45:43   Yeah.  Marsha  45:44   And ironically, I what I really would like to do is I would like to do one where the the, the main color is just a cream or a natural color like yours. That's what I-- but I found that's what I wanted to do. But you know, I had all that yarn. The first one it was using the yarn from my dad's sweater. And then the one that I just finished, I had a lot of just undyed yarn, and I dyed it because I Kelly  46:16   because  the solid was the brown. Like you've always had a different solid. Marsha  46:21   Yes. But actually now I'm kind of thinking I could have. Well, no, that really wouldn't, because even the natural colored yarns were all slightly different. I didn't have a consistent... I was thinking what I could have done is just reversed it. And the one that yarn that was sort of the... No, I did it the right way, because the yarn that I dyed for the background was all kind of camel colored, right? It wasn't natural. Yeah, yeah. So anyway. Kelly  46:44   Well, you'll have to put a fourth one on your needles Marsha  46:49   I cannot do a fourth one, ugh! Kelly  46:50   No, you know what you should do? The next one you do, because I think there will be another one in your future at some point. Not in the near future. Yeah, I'm sure there'll be another one.  Do that one that is the, I think it's called the sediment throw. Where you go corner to corner? Marsha  47:07   Yes. Um, I was thinking about that. And then the other one I'm thinking of is, there's the one for my brother that he wants.   Kelly  47:19   You're not doing any projects for other people for a while. Marsha  47:22    No. Kelly  47:23   I'm gonna lay down that law for you, Marsha. [laughing] Marsha  47:25   I know. But the one I really want to make is... I'm sorry, I should have been... because I didn't know we were going to be talking about this in depth. Let me look at my patterns... Kelly  47:37   Well, a lot of people did the habitation throw.  Marsha  47:42   I'm looking for the one that I... because I've been pulling out yarn for it. Anyway, there's the one for my brother. And that's all with the Noro. And I don't really have I don't have any Noro. So I have to figure that one out. I was scrolling through my patterns. I can't find it. It but anyway, basically, it's like chevrons, kind of, you just use sock weight yarn that you and so that's when I was sort of thinking of using that. And I was actually thinking because I have so much sock weight yarn like scraps. But I also have a lot of sock weight yarn that I bought single skeins, that I don't really like them. I don't want a shawl out of them. I don't want to make socks. I was thinking I would put that all into the blanket, but I have, you're supposed to use about 500 grams. To make the blanket. Total to make the blanket. I was sort of thinking maybe what I would do is hold the sock weight yarns double and go up a needle size. And so I could use some of those one off skeins that I don't really like very much. So anyway, Kelly  48:52   I think it's a perfect solution.  Holding yarn double is a perfect solution to using the partials or well, partial skeins that are leftover but also full skeins of, of yarn that you bought that you don't need another pair of socks or you weren't in love with it anymore. Marsha  49:13   Yeah. I'm hoping I get my Juju back.  Kelly  49:15   Well, focus on your sweater first because that is, I think, that is just such a fun pattern. That sweater is cute. The yarn is great. It's comfortable knitting because you just start doing stockinette around and around until you're sick of it. Marsha  49:36   Yeah. So I think I have these you know, my brother's sweater and Ben sweater are sitting in my bedroom in their project bags. I think I'm gonna go put them in the closet.  Kelly  49:44   I think you should. Yes, put them away where you don't have to look at them and feel any kind of guilt or?  Marsha  49:49   Yeah. Anyway. So let's go into more positive things. We'll finish my projects and go into your projects.  Kelly  49:57   Okay, well, there's not much to say This will be short. I'm making a pair of shorty socks. And I'm using a hand spun yarn that I've that I've actually used before for socks. It's out of a fiber was Falkland, which, it's not as soft as I would expect Falkland to be. But there's not, you know, it's not horrible. Just when people talk about Falkland a lot of times they talk about how soft it is. But anyway, it's Tomato and Mink, or Mink and Tomato was the colorway. I don't now remember where I got it. But it was a number of years ago, maybe 2013 or 14, something like that. And I spun it up and last summer or the summer before I made a pair of regular socks out of it. And I had spun it for socks, I made a three ply, so it's long color repeats, it's a chain ply. One thing I will comment about chain ply because there was a little bit of discussion about it on the Ravelry group this morning. One thing about chain ply, it definitely magnifies your inconsistencies. So I have some places where this yarn is super, super thin, like a lace weight. It's a three ply, but super, super thin, because my fiber got thin. And then you're putting the three thin fibers together and you do the chain ply, so it's thin. And then in the thicker area, you know, because when you're chain plying, you're plying areas that are close together, I'm plying three, three thicker strands. And then I've got a thicker yarn, so it's more like a sport. So this yarn varies from a really thin lace weight to about to sport weight. Which is fine, it makes a nice sock. It's not you know, it's honestly this is one of the things I try to tell people is that those kinds of inconsistencies, you think they look big in the skein or in the yarn, but once you knit with them, even in stockinette, I'm really not seeing that kind of inconsistency in my knitting. So it doesn't show. The other thing about the chain ply is you have a tendency to over spin it. Because your feet... you need, you really need as your hands slow down if you get, you know, stuck or you miss the chain, or you just need a little extra time. And you don't also slow down your feet, you get it over spun over plied. And this yarn is pretty overplied. I mean, it's like kinking on itself as I'm trying to knit with it. And you know, it's been washed. And a lot of times when you wash an over plied yarn, it does relax quite a bit. But this I'm a lot of times having to, you know, pull out the kinks, as I'm knitting. The places where it's pigtailed onto itself. That's really good and I did it on purpose. Well, it's a it's a good feature to have for sock yarn, because it makes the sock yarn more durable. But it is a little bit annoying to knit with. And it is a feature of chain plying, if you're not really careful, you can get you know, you can get things over plied when you don't mean for them to be. But these are just a pair of shorty socks, and they're not going to match because they're with the leftover balls. And these are... so one of them has a gray cuff, the other one has a gray and orange striped cuff. And then half the foot is gray and other half the foot is orange. And this one I've got a gray cuff and an orange part of the foot. And then I have only gray left. So it'll only have one orange stripe or the other one has, I think two or three places on it that there's orange. So these are really long pattern repeats which again is another one of those features of chain ply is that you can get those long-- or not pattern repeats, color repeats, you know, long stretches of color. So they're self striping, but the stripes are about four inches in some places. Yeah. So that's my socks. And then I have a new spinning project. So I'm using up the remainder of the Columbia fleece. I had been using the Columbia and the Oxford. Spinning those up, I spun those all. I had spun those in the past two summers and then used them for my garter squish. And then I I'd used up all of the Oxford in the final part of my garter squish. And so then I started with the rest of the Columbia fleece and I carded it and I added in tussah silk. So I have this tussah silk top I had bought like a pound or eight ounces of it or something a long time ago. It was in my stash, I got it out and I just, you know, blended that in as I was carding, and it is nice. This  fiber's really nice. I have these batts. And you can see, like, I blended the silk, I tried to blend this out pretty well. But there are places where you've got like this strand of like silk fiber running through it. That's just super pretty and fun to spin. There's a lot of silk content, I tried to get 50/50. But I couldn't. I only wanted to do three passes through the carder, and I couldn't get 50% silk into the fiber in just three passes. So that's alright, it has enough silk in it. It's going to be really nice. And it's spinning up pretty thin. So I'm probably going to make it into a three ply, but I don't know, I might two ply it and use it for a shawl or something. I'm not sure how much I'll have when I get when I get done.  Marsha  56:04   Yeah.  Kelly  56:05   And I think in this case, I am going to spin all the singles first and then decide if I want to do I want a two ply. Or do I want a three ply? How much yarn? How much of this yarn do I want? And then I think I'll also dye it after the spinning is finished. Because that'll be interesting because the dye will take differently on the silk and the wool.  Marsha  56:26   yeah, interesting.  Kelly  56:28   And I cleaned up my wheel, took it all apart, washed it, oiled it-- well, washed it, polished it, put it back together, oiled it. It's spinning so nicely. Marsha  56:41   So I have a question. I don't see your mohair sweater on here. Kelly  56:45   No, that's put away for a little while. It's been kind of warm. I haven't knitted on it since I think I was knitting on it at the last episode when we recorded and it's still sitting up in the in the guest room vanity area from that day. I haven't touched it since then. I got really into the carding that was the main thing and then the socks are just something that I started at the Pismo rally trip to have something to knit in the car and then I brought them with me in the car to this, you know on this trip, but I haven't made a whole lot of progress on them. Marsha  57:23   Well, I have a comment about it. When I was walking Enzo and listening to the last episode, you were talking about the sweater and how you had had that sweater in the 60s. You-- the mohair sweater that you bought in the boys department.  Kelly  57:41   Yeah,  Marsha  57:41   And I was walking  along and I of a sudden I thought, why was that sweater in the boys department? I mean like because it was hairy right? It was like a hairy mohair sweater. Kelly  57:52   It was a vest. Marsha  57:52   A vest Yeah, I mean a vest but like it was in the boys department? Like what boy was wearing?  Was that a style to have those hairy vests or? I think that's what just struck me is like, what boy was going to be wearing that? Kelly  58:07   Yeah, I know. I don't know. Well, I told you it was unusual. I it was an unusual piece of clothing. Marsha  58:15   I know so you always think of the boys department having...You know when Ben was born and Iwould go to get him some clothes and and all these--so much variety and interesting things with for girls. And the boys it was all like Navy and brown. Like there was nothing fun really with boys clothes. And so that's why I'm like, What boy was going to be wearing that hairy vest? [laughing] Kelly  58:44   Well, and this was ...I wonder if I have any pictures with me wearing it? This was tan, kind of a tan brown color. And they had a... I don't think the whole vest was Argyle. I don't think the pattern was totally Argyle but it had a thin orange like thin orange diagonal striping like an argyle. I just remember the thin orange stripe. I don't really remember if the whole thing was Argyle. If it was, it was muted, you know, it was like a tan and a light brown or something. It wasn't wild colors. But yeah, it was... It wasn't, you know, totally hairy like my Sonny Bono jacket. You know, it wasn't like that. But it was definitely hairy.  Marsha  59:37   You know, I guess I'm out of touch. I'm out of touch with what boys were wearing in the 60s and this  Kelly  59:42   Well, let's see, when would it have been? Late sixties or early seventies.., depending on when I had it. I think I had it in like middle school. We don't have middle schools here but-- or we didn't have middle school where I was but it would have been like middle school age, maybe fifth sixth, seventh eighth somewhere in there. So it would have been the early 70s. Marsha  1:00:09    Yeah, yeah.  Kelly  1:00:10   No, I can picture it... I can kind of. Yeah, I think  it could have been like maybe something the Monkees wore maybe.  Marsha  1:00:20   Well, you know, I mean, I don't know. I, since we're on this topic, I remember it was very popular for girls when I was in middle school. Well, elementary school, but like late elementary, like, sixth grade or something, but those crocheted vests. All the girls wanted, like, crocheted vests and it was like those granny squares, right. And my my aunt made one for me, my great aunt made me one of those vests and then Kelly  1:00:55   It would be right in style now if you still have it. [laughing] Marsha  1:00:58   Yes. And then also do you remember Go Go boots?  Kelly  1:01:01   Oh, yeah.  Marsha  1:01:01   Did you have the white Go Go boots? Kelly  1:01:03   I didn't have them for regular life. Wehad white boots for my baton. My baton group. Marsha  1:01:11   Oh, I had gogo boots and white gogo boots that I wore to school because everybody wanted them and I my parents bought me a pair, probably at Sears. And they were like vinyl. Yeah. And my feet practically rotted off in those.  Kelly  1:01:30   Yeah.  Marsha  1:01:32   Well, between you know, nylon socks and plastic boots. I remember a my mother finally said you just can't wear them because my feet were I was getting like, like athlete's foot or something and just sitting in that moisture all day long. So she said you can't wear them. So I was only to wear them like once a week or something.  Kelly  1:01:51   That's funny. Yeah, we had them for baton, for parades and stuff. That was part of our parade uniform. And, and the other part of our parade uniform was vinyl. And it was like a cowboy vest with a suede. It was the beige cowboy vest with a suede star on it and suede like edging. Right. And then the bottom part of it was these vinyl bloomers.  Marsha  1:02:24   Bloomers? Kelly  1:02:25    Bloomers Marsha  1:02:25    Pants. Kelly  1:02:26   Like, bloomers! [laughing] Marsha  1:02:32   They wouldn't they have no drape or anything, right? I mean, they must have been... Kelly  1:02:37   there's no leg, right? So they're just bloomers. So they like they just, I mean, I maybe I'm not using the right word. They were like they're like the shape of underpants. [laughing] Marsha  1:02:51   Oh my gosh. [laughing] Kelly  1:02:54   And I, honestly this is terrible. This is maybe too much information. But I remember one parade thinking of the you know, the, the vinyl and the not breathing and the... But I remember one parade where the edge of the vinyl the unsewn seam edge. Because my mom made them, right. Somebody in the troop made them and most of the girl's parents or moms made them but then there were some moms that didn't sew. But my mom sewed so she made ours. But the seam allowance wasn't covered. And I had oh my god, the most painful, painful raw area Marsha  1:03:36   down there. Kelly  1:03:38   From marching with that seam edge of this vinyl rubbing on my leg. For the whole parade. It's like oh my god. When I think back on that. Yeah. And then we had the white, the white boots. And we had cowboy hats. Oh, it was cute. Marsha  1:03:58   But painful, but very painful. Kelly  1:04:01   Well after that one parade my mom did fix it. She... I don't know what--she covered the seam allowance in some way. But yeah. Oh my gosh, I should look for it. I should look for a picture.  Marsha  1:04:14   Yeah, yeah,  Kelly  1:04:14   To put in the show notes. I don't know if I have time to do that. But yes, funny, cute. They were cute. But when I think back... So that's the end of my projects, Marsha. That's why we're talking about so much random other stuff that's not knitting. [laughing] Marsha  1:04:35   I know. Well, hopefully things will start looking up for me and so that we'll have better things to talk about in terms of projects. But anyway, moving along. Let's talk about the Stashbusting blanket along because that is done. It ended on May 31. And we have winners. Kelly  1:04:55    yes.  Marsha  1:04:56   So so let's just say what the prize is going to be  Kelly  1:04:59   okay.  Marsha  1:04:59   We debated a long time about what the prize should be. Because we thought of yarn, getting people a-- but then this was all about stash busting right? You could look at this both ways. Oh, they didn't want any more yarn because they were working to get rid of yarn out of their stash. Or you could look at it as everybody got rid of the, the yarn in their stashes that all the stuff they used, it was really a Stashbusting. And they need some yarn. So we couldn't make up our minds. We finally decided to go in a completely different direction. And everybody who the winners will receive a pattern of their choice up to $10. So that's going to be the prize. And we have five winners. So Kelly, yes, so we'll list them. Let's say who it is. Kelly  1:05:44   Our first winner is michembry, Michelle, and she made the Habitation Throw. And I really liked that pattern. I'm gonna, I think I might at some point, make one of those because it turns-- a lot of people did them and they all turned out really, really nicely. So congratulations, Michelle. Marsha  1:06:04   Yes. And our second winner is cattitude. Cat. And she made the sunburst granny square throw. Kelly  1:06:14   Yeah, congratulations, Cat. She's our Faroese interpreter. Marsha  1:06:20   Yes, yes. Our foreign correspondent. Kelly  1:06:23   Our third winner is iheartbooks. And she also made a garter Squish, blanket. It turned out really nicely. I just have to say that is the best pattern. I really think that pattern is so versatile. So congratulations, iheartbooks, and I didn't say what her real name is. I don't remember if that's because it wasn't there. Or if I just forgot, but iheartbooks, Congratulations! And Laura Sue also made a garter squish. And Kelly, you have a note here accursed Romney?  Yes. She she made a post in one of the-- I think this one was from the discussion board. I drew from both the discussion, and the fo thread to get the winners. And she was using this what she called the accursed Romney that she was trying to get rid of. But she also knit this during the caregiving and loss of her mother, and talked about how soothing it was to, to knit, you know, that garter stitch pattern. And to just-- kind of like what you were talking about with the sweater you're doing. You can just knit and knit and knit and not have to really think too much about it. So yeah, she got she got rid of a Romney fleece that she'd had forever and had been probably she felt like it was multiplying in her stash because I have that feeling about some of my yarn. Like, wait a minute, I thought you were gone.  Marsha  1:07:55   Yeah.  Kelly  1:07:57   And then our last winner, also with the habitation throw is Starwood knitter. So congratulations to Starwood knitter Marsha  1:08:08   and to all the winners. It was a really fun along Kelly  1:08:12   Yeah, it was it was. Marsha  1:08:14   I would consider doing another Stashbusting blanket along next year. Yeah. Different pattern though. Kelly  1:08:23   That's good. Give  everyone some time to think Marsha  1:08:27   and  build up their stash. Kelly  1:08:28   Build up or go through their stash and get ideas. Get some creative ideas. Because honestly, when we started this, I didn't think I had the right... I knew I had stash. But I didn't think I had the right yarn to make one. And it wasn't until I put it all out. And looked at it for a couple of weeks with different ideas before I thought, Oh, I know what I could do. I could combine these and yeah, so. So yeah, well, so definitely have to do that again. It was really fun. Yeah, we'll need to have some time in between to do something other than blankets. Marsha  1:09:08   Yeah. So as I mentioned before, the prize is a pattern of your choice up to $10. And Kelly, we're gonna have people contact you.  Kelly  1:09:20   Yeah, through Ravelry or, two ewes at Two Ewes Fiber Adventures dot  com, the email address, Instagram, any of those ways, just get in touch with me. All I need is to know your Ravelry name and what pattern you want. And if you're not on Ravelry and there's a pattern you want that I can get to you some other way let me know that too, because I've been able to do that for some other people. Marsha  1:09:50   All right, and then the Summer Spin In is underway. It started June 1 And it goes until September 5 We've talked about what we were spinning Kelly  1:10:04   I put up the thread. So there's a thread on Ravelry and I have a hashtag summer spin in 2022.  Marsha  1:10:13   Okay,  Kelly  1:10:13   so if you want to post, if you have Instagram and you want to play, post on Instagram. Go ahead and use the hashtag summer spin in 2022. And there's no, I have no punctuation in that summer spin in, there's no dash or anything. It's just  three words summer spin in  and 2022. Marsha  1:10:34   And then the other thing Black Sheep gathering we've talked about mentioned it during this episode, but just the details: Black Sheep Gathering is taking place in Albany, Oregon on from June 24 through the 26th. And Saturday, June 25, we will have a meet up at the trailer starting around 4:00 or 4:30. And so we'll have some snacks and beverages and if you are at the black sheep gathering, stop by and say hi. Kelly  1:11:06   yeah.  Marsha  1:11:09   So I should say too, Kelly, I did sign up for a class. You will laugh about this one. I'm going to take a color work. Finally. So I'm actually excited about that. Hopefully, I'll learn some good tips and techniques. So and then our last order of business is we want to hear from you. So we've done this before where people have been sending us audio recordings about their favorite yarn shops. And so just go to speak pipe.com forward slash two ewes and you can le

The Analyst Inside Cricket
Fill yer boots England.

The Analyst Inside Cricket

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 12, 2022 30:28


Simon Hughes and Simon Mann praise New Zealand's staying power at Trent Bridge and wonder if Stokes's England can match it Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

Back Seat Coaches
Sticker Club Season 2 Episode 11: Old Flash Boots Over Here

Back Seat Coaches

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 11, 2022 8:34


In which we analyse the flashness.Support the show

CNN News Briefing
5 PM ET: Biden addresses inflation, UK boots asylum seekers, tampon shortage & more

CNN News Briefing

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 10, 2022 4:20


We start this afternoon off with the latest on inflation in the US and what President Joe Biden has to say about it. Following yesterday's explosive hearing about the Jan. 6 Capitol attack, former president Donald Trump is attempting damage control. After some legal challenges, a UK court has cleared a controversial plan regarding asylum seekers - listen to find out what it entails. In the latest of supply shortages in the US, period products are missing from many grocery store aisles. And lastly, we'll tell you what, if anything, a group of scientists has determined about the origins of Covid-19. To learn more about how CNN protects listener privacy, visit cnn.com/privacy

Backwoods Bowhunter
Ep 57 / Thorogood Boots with Andy Place

Backwoods Bowhunter

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 10, 2022 62:14


Welcome to the Backwoods Bowhunter Podcast. If you like bowhunting and backwoods humor, then you might have come to the right place. Our style is for you to feel like you are sitting around the campfire with your buddies, tossin' back some cold beers, talking bowhunting and whatever else may come to mind. We keep it real, raw, and have some good ole fun.Episode 57:Andy Place, Sales Manager, with Thorogood Boots joins the podcast to talk all things Thorogood. We cover all of the Leather Hunting and Hiking styles, neoprene calf height boots, and of course their rubber hunting boots including the popular Infinity Series. Thorogood's innovative technology including, Flex Drive, and the NASA inspired Solarcore aerogel lining makes Thorogood boots some of the best available no matter your individual needs. After 130 years in the outdoor industry, Thorogood definitely knows how to design a good boot! Check them out at the link below:Thorogood USA Opening Day Countdown Tracker in Illinois: 16 WeeksGrab your bow and get after it!Get kids outdoors!Website: backwoodsbowhunter.comFacebook: @backwoodsbowhunterpodcastInstagram: @backwoodsbowhunterpodcastTwitter: @BWBHPodcastBackwoods Bowhunter is a brand owned and operated by: 3rd Axis Outfitters "Push Your Limits""In a civilized and cultivated country, wild animals only continue to exist at all when preserved by sportsmen. The excellent people who protest against all hunting, and consider sportsmen as enemies of wildlife, are ignorant of the fact that in reality the genuine sportsman is by all odds the most important factor in keeping the larger and more valuable wild creatures from total extermination." - President Theodore Roosevelt

The Humble Hoof
Hoof Boots for the "Difficult-to-Fit" Feet with Sara Hunt

The Humble Hoof

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 10, 2022 45:54


Sara Hunt, PHCP member and hoofcare provider, talks about tips and tricks for fitting hoof boots on less-than-perfect hooves. We talk about how to know your hoof boots fit well, how to adjust them for better retention, how to ensure a proper break in period, how to prevent rubs, and more.  For more info, visit: spectrumequine.com

Men in the Arena Podcast
SUMMER REBOOT SERIES -Tips to becoming a Daughter Whisperer from the Dad Whisperer w/Michelle Watson EP 550

Men in the Arena Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 9, 2022 69:42


This summer we will be reposting a few of our favorite interviews. Dr. Michelle Watson Canfield immediately stuck out for us. Every dad needs to hear this episode. In January 2010 Dr. Michelle Watson Canfield founded The Abba Project where she leads dads of daughters ages 13 to 30 to dial in with more intention and consistency to their heart space. She leads a local group in Portland, Oregon annually every year from September through May. (you can read more under The Abba Project) Dr. Michelle has coached offspring Abba Project groups in Virginia and Washington State, with more to come. Dr. Michelle has written a book for dads of daughters titled, Dad, Here's What I Really Need from You: A Guide for Connecting with Your Daughter's Heart  and it's also available in audiobook form in her own voice on Audible here. Her second book, “Let's Talk, Conversation Starters for Dads and Daughters” is filled with scripts for dads to equip them to strategically lead their daughters into conversations that matter, with a focus on greater depth that will allow her to know herself better! Dr. Michelle Watson Canfield hosts a radio program called The Dad Whisperer where her purpose is to provide practical resources for dads, especially those with daughters. (available here, iTunes, Spotify, Stitcher, and Google Podcasts) http://www.drmichellewatson.com/ Boots on the Ground  For every daughter you have sit down with them and ask them to talk and ask to hear their heart.  Get Your Copy Now! of Tell Them, What Great Fathers Tell Their Sons and Daughters www.meninthearena.org Men in the Arena Books and Swag Support the Podcast

Let's Talk Tracks!
Episode 8 - Boots the House Down, it's Pride!

Let's Talk Tracks!

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 9, 2022 69:23


On this special episode of "Let's Talk Tracks", your three hosts, Pamela, Sasha and Memo, highlight 3 artists in celebration of Pride! Shantay you stay and listen to three new tracks. Plus we share an additional three recommended tracks to keep the celebration going!  Organizations we spoke about on today's episode: Tegan and Sara Foundation Transgender Education of Texas Latino Equality Alliance  Listen to Let's Talk Tracks playlist on Spotify and Apple Music. Follow Let's Talk Tracks on Tiktok, Instagram and Twitter.

Far Beyond the Stars
Episode 28 – Boots Askew

Far Beyond the Stars

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 9, 2022 89:22


In the season 2 finale, the crew is close to wrangling up a heap of money from their latest job. That is if nothing gets in the way. Season 3 will start in October! The post Episode 28 – Boots Askew appeared first on Fantastic Worlds Productions.

Those Two Girls Catchup
The Frontal Situation & Big Dog Boots

Those Two Girls Catchup

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 9, 2022 19:14


Lise has an epic footy boots hack to get bang for your buck  Sarah runs through crazy laws in other countries  We discuss the new feature found it the latest Apple update  See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

Strange Paradigms
CHASING UFO TRUTHS - Interview with Chase Kloetzke

Strange Paradigms

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 8, 2022 85:27


( To see the video of this show, click here: https://youtu.be/Ba_rb3Zt0h4 ) NEW WEBSITE with Blogs, Videos, and Podcast direct links: https://strangeparadigms.com/ Cristina's Instagram, Facebook, YouTube, Twitter and More > https://beacons.page/cristinagomez Patreon Club for Extras & Behind the Scenes: https://www.patreon.com/paradigm_shifts Chase pursues evidence and conducts scientific investigations into UFOs, and engages the Law Makers in DC with a focus on National Security. Chase is a UFO investigator, Author and Radio Talk Show Host for Fate Magazine.As a reoccurring guest in the media and a Presenter, she is well known for her "Boots on the Ground" dedication to solving mysteries, one case at a time and lively interview exchanges.As an active leader in UFO and ancient artifacts investigations, she employs a diverse set of skills and professional techniques, known as "the Gold Standards". Her work concludes admissible inquiry, proper case management and scientific conclusions. A former Department of Defense employee and schooled and certified as a Former Private Investigator, Chase consistently demonstrates the knowledge, technical requirements, legal parameters, and commitment to evidence based investigations using the latest technologies and methods as professional Law Enforcement Officials in a modern and forward moving scientific environment. She holds a tested certification in International Forensic and Evidence Collections, holding membership and the credentials of CPES, through the International Association for Property and Evidence.

All Flex, No Dex
Ep. 9: Draconic Drama

All Flex, No Dex

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 8, 2022 64:24


Disclaimer: This is an adult podcast. As such, at any given time during the episode there may be adult material such as references to adult activity, adult innuendos, intense graphic violence, and drug abuse as well as harsh language, and sexual references. The adventure continues, a fight ensues, and exploration happens! Stuff and things, oh my! Names provided by the great @NaMo_PlaysDND on Twitter! Bob- Made by Knights of Vasteel http://knightsofvasteel.com/ Boots of Blinding Speed- Made by Heavyarms on Patreon. Athlete's Training Boots- Made by Jhamkul on Instagram and Reddit Boots of Frontin' and Stuntin'- Made by marshmallow_figs on Reddit. Box of Tooth Fairies- On Patreon.com/Lorelock and https://www.lorelock.co/ Jar of Monsters- On Patreon.com/Lorelock and https://www.lorelock.co/ Black Dragon Lair was pulled straight from WotC's ‘Fizban's Treasury of Dragons'. https://5emagic.shop/ Dndbeyond.com --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/afnd-1/support

This Might Get Weird
TMGW #184: Mamrie Steals Some Boots

This Might Get Weird

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 8, 2022 49:14


This Week Grace and Mamrie discuss avoiding work, Pride Ads, Katy Perry, Disney, and the Kardashian's specialty candle scents.  Go to http://nativedeo.com/tmgw20 to get 20% off.  Go to http://bombas.com/tmgw for 20% off your first purchase. Go to http://coorslight.com/TMGW to get Coors Light delivered to your door. Go to http://stitchfix.com/tmgw to get $20 off your first purchase. TOUR TIX: https://www.thismightgetweird.com

Go Mode: A Link to the Past Randomizer Podcast
216 Podcast, Main Tournament Deep Coverage, Casual Boots Tourney & Spoiler Asyncs

Go Mode: A Link to the Past Randomizer Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 8, 2022 63:27


Tuesday Timp here. I think I'm going to start making these descriptions 1-2 sentences since that's about all that's visible by default in most podcast apps. The timecodes already tell you what we discuss more or less, and also I suspect nobody really reads these and/or cares what they say. Thanks for understanding! 0:20 - 216 Podcast 6:15 - Main Tourney Deep Dive 14:35 - Challenge Cupsets 21:10 - Glitch League S1 Concluded 24:10 - Casual Boots Tourney Announced 27:30 - Open Plus Ladder Invitational Final Four 31:10 - Casual Boots Predictions 32:40 - Main Discord Spoiler Asyncs 44:55 - Mentor Tournament Check-in 55:50 - Wrap up & Shoutouts LINKS (visit gomodepodcast.com for full urls) 216: A Link to the Past Randomizer Podcast Website | Discord Main Tourney Schedule | Challonge Challenge Cup Schedule | Challonge Glitch League VODs Casual Boots Tournament Rules | Challonge Open Plus Ladder Invitational Finals Schedule Mentor Tournament 22 Schedule | Swiss Results Lumaga and timp's Mentor Availability Schedule Getting Into Go Mode Seeds & Notes

The Art of Money Saving
'Buy To Let' Saved My Retirement! #106

The Art of Money Saving

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 8, 2022 52:53


A UK Teacher wants to retire at 55 but realised that her pension was not going to be enough. She purchases a 'Buy To Let' to transform her finances in a 6-year period and now teaches other teachers about money mindset.Eileen - Your Money Sortedhttps://www.yourmoneysorted.co.uk/aboutAirtime Rewards (Passive Income - Save Money Off Phone Bill)Download Airtime Rewards for free with my code C4UW7F9N and save money off your phone bill every time you shop with brands like Boots, Greggs, Wilko, Argos and loads more: https://airtimerewards.app.link/QoBfvw0BipbShopmium (Free Can Of Pringles & Weekly Deals)Hey, how about a FREE can of Pringles? Just download the Shopmium app and enter my referral code he5n8u

Maker Mom Podcast
Episode 253 - Dondra of Work Boots and Glasses

Maker Mom Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 7, 2022 65:01


D'ondra creates custom designs for your space so that you can enjoy what you envisioned for your home.   She always had a passion for flipping furniture but was afraid of the power tools needed to really get into it.  One evening she was watching someone on Instagram share about how they were self-taught, and she thought if they can do it, so can she. God's given her the next piece of the puzzle He saw for her life when Workboots & Glasses was born.   Today, she's created over a dozen pieces and sold some of the ones she was building for fun.  Now, D'ondra take custom orders for those who have something in mind, but can't seem to find the right piece at a furniture store.   You can follow along with D'ondra on Instagram.

Baseless Speculation
Puss in Boots: The Last Wish

Baseless Speculation

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 7, 2022 47:43


Puss in Boots is going to die.Send us an email at baselessspeculation@gmail.com You can physically send us stuff to PO BOX 7127, Reservoir East, Victoria, 3073.Join our facebook group here or join our Discord here.Want to help support the show?Sanspants+ | Shop | TeesWant to get in contact with us?Twitter | Website | Facebook | RedditOr individually at;Jackson | Duscher | Zammit See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.

Tobin, Beast & Leroy
06-07-22 Tobin and Leroy Part 1 - The Godfather Speaks

Tobin, Beast & Leroy

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 7, 2022 39:29


We're still decompressing from yesterdays "State of the Union" by President Pat. We briefly discuss the Western Conference Sweep by the Colorado Avalanche before getting right back in to the GodFather. Tobin was Boots on the Ground as he was able to capture the Press Conference. Pat began things strong as he Challenged Ira Winderman to a Push up contest, Which Leroy Happily Obliged to provide our Twitch stream a quick 25 consecutive push ups. Next Pat addressed Kyle Lowry's conditioning expectations following a less than favorable season in that regard. We close the hour with Pats biggest coaching accomplishment and him gushing over PJ Tucker

The Macron Show
These Boots Were Made For Stealing

The Macron Show

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 6, 2022 258:36


These Boots Were Made For Stealing Well it finally happened. Watch this show on YouTube to see Ron suffer through eating super hot wings and then being forced to down a whole shot of hot sauce for your amusement! This show also features the debut of TorFan and his crazy characters, he did a great job. This show was basically thanks to Diesel who made it all happen so please say thank you to him too! This week Ron has to deal with a man who was too fat to order more donuts, Tyrone gets himself a fancy new pair of boots, an old lady yells at Scoby just for letting his kid play with her phone, one man has serious problems trying to rent a car at LAX, one lady gets super mad because her washing machine repairman wouldn't let her mouth off at him, we meet a man who was very confused about his vacuum cleaner warranty and we have to deal with one guy who does not like people with accents. We also invaded a televised church zoom meeting and got a very special message of the day from old man Jeff on his brand new phone, and a whole lot more too! This show was a lot of fun! Thank you as always to our kind supporters, all the people that listened live on YouTube and everyone checking out our podcast. I love you very much and keep it locked to macronshow.com where Ron will be doing more supporter's shows at BuyMeACoffee

The Current
Kyiv museum displays the boots and bombs that Russia left behind

The Current

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 3, 2022 23:55


Russian troops left some things behind — including boots and military equipment — when they withdrew from the areas around Kyiv. Now, a museum in Kyiv has created an exhibition from those items. We discuss preserving history as it unfolds, with Dmytro Hainetdinov, head of the education department at the National Museum of the History of Ukraine in the Second World War; and field archeologist Damian Koropeckyj.

Men in the Arena Podcast
Finishing Strong: Habits to Achieve Greatness w/ Mike Goins EP 548

Men in the Arena Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 2, 2022 62:17


Named the 2022 Man of the Year by Men in the Arena, Mike Goins will be 76 next month and is an avid snow skier, road biker, and golfer. This guy has lived a noteworthy life worth learning from and imitating.  Mike spent his career as the CFO of four Universities retiring in 2011. Since then, Mike served as a volunteer with CASA, Friendsview Retirement Community, Young Life, his local Church, and Men in the Arena where he has served as Board Chair and Treasurer. He also leads two Men in the Arena teams—one local and one virtual.  When he isn't volunteering he is an avid snow skier, recently teaching his granddaughters how to ski.  He rides thousands of miles annually with his bike club and is a regular on the golf course that butts up to his backyard.  He is a mentor and father figure to me and many others. For embodying what it means to live as your best version Mike Goins was selected as the Men in the Arena Man of the year for 2022.  Boots on the Ground: Which habit do you need to work on?  Spend major time with your kids Diet Exercise Rest: Sleep, day off, vacation Quiet time with God Serving others Get Your Copy Now! of Tell Them, What Great Fathers Tell Their Sons and Daughters www.meninthearena.org Men in the Arena Books and Swag Support the Podcast

Boots In The Field Report
Episode 272: Boots In The Field Report June 2, 2022

Boots In The Field Report

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 2, 2022 9:32


In this week's Boots In The Field Report Ken covers nitrate levels, carbon penalty, cutworm, rootworm, and armyworm flights, and crop deficiencies showing up. He breaks down the difference in nitrogen, sulfur, and zinc deficiencies and how they present in the corn plant. Adding nitrogen to a sulfur deficiency can make the problem worse, so it is important to know which one you are facing. He also covers yellowing beans fighting the carbon penalty and why replant beans might be showing it more than older beans.

The Stitchdown Shoecast
Nerding Out With Young Stud Bootmaker Nathan Florsheim

The Stitchdown Shoecast

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 2, 2022 72:04


Rising bootmaker Nathan Florsheim's shoe-famous last name isn't a coincidence—the great great grandson of Florsheim Shoes founder Milton Florsheim decided over a year ago to become the first person in his family to actually make a pair of boots themselves in generations. And man has he gotten good at it quickly. Under the benevolent tutelage our mutual friend Lars from Østmo Boots, Nathan has evolved into one of the most impressive one-person bootmakers in the US—NF Bootmaker—in basically no time flat, hand-making service boots with his trademark rivet using an impressively wide range of leathers. And he's committed to the craft—just before we spoke Nathan actually quit his day job to go full-time on bootmaking. So how did he get started? What challenges did he face at the beginning? What's absolutely scared the hell out of him along the way? Why do his boots have such sexy butts? HOW IN THE WORLD DO PEOPLE EVEN MAKE BOOTS THEMSELVES?? And what's next for NF? Nathan gets WAY in depth (and wonderfully nerdy) about all of it, and is incredibly generous  with the level of specific detail he offers. If you've ever considered making boots or shoes, or are just interested in the process that goes into it, you definitely don't want to miss this one. This episode was sponsored by Standard & Strange, which is now stocking excellent Japanese footwear brand Rolling Dub Trio—which is a very good thingJoin the Stitchdown Discord today, unless you hate boots of courseTheme Song: The Road by Punk Rock Opera

No Higher Calling
Ep 85- Mothering in the Digital Age with Sarah Boots

No Higher Calling

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 2, 2022 54:51


Philippians 4:5 "“Let your moderation be known unto all men . . ." In a culture where everything is done in excess, God has called us to live balanced lives where all things are done in proper moderation. One area of life that has become so difficult to balance in today's age is media, for ourselves and for our children. Sarah Boots from Altogether Lovely Collective joins me to share wisdom on how we can mother with wisdom in the digital age. As she shares staggering statistics regarding the hold that media holds over our children's generation, you quickly realize this is an area that requires our diligence in being a faithful gatekeeper! Other areas she covers are 1. the default mode network, 2. the difference between books and technology, 3. how to handle boredom, 4. how to recognize when media has become imbalanced in the home, 5. ideas on how to replace media in the home. This discussion was so helpful to me, and I know it will be to you as well!   Resources: Altogether Lovely Instagram Page https://altogetherlovelycollective.com Altogether Lovely Facebook Page   Follow my  journey by subscribing to this podcast. You can also follow me on Instagram, Facebook, and www.nohighercalling.org

The CFO Playbook
Challenge the Status Quo with Kirstine Archer, CFO at Bam Boom Cloud

The CFO Playbook

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 2, 2022 40:34


This episode of the CFO Playbook features an interview with Kirstine Archer, CFO at Bam Boom Cloud. Although having been in finance for over 20 years, Kirstine says she fell into accountancy rather than making it a deliberate career move. Even though she may have taken a non-traditional path to CFO, Kirstine has a clear passion and expertise for helping small to midsize businesses by increasing their efficiency through advising and technology. Kirstine has worked for Bam Boom Cloud for the past two years. As CFO, her role isn't just about making sure the numbers balance, she is always striving for the company to have the best finance team around. Her goal is to make sure the company delivers world class finance systems, both as their number one fan and number one customer. Her previous experience includes financial leadership positions at Cooper Parry, Equifax, TDX, Boots and more.In this episode of the CFO Playbook, Kirstine talks about the many opportunities that technology provides for improving the way finance works. She emphasizes the need for more competition among companies to develop newly innovative finance tech. Kirstine explains how the finance industry should challenge the status-quo situated around old technology to develop new innovations that would eliminate human errors. She discusses her unconventional path to becoming a leader in finance, including finding benefit from attending an open university and getting on-the-job experience early in her career. Kirstine also talks about her approach to creating a great team, and provides advice for becoming a successful CFO. Take The CFO Playbook Listener Survey to help us improve the show. You'll also be entered to win your choice of the latest iPad Pro or a Samsung Galaxy S7.--------Guest Quotes:“When young people come into the world of work, they can be incredibly highly academic, intelligent, young people but don't have work skills. So don't have those skills in terms of communication or writing emails or just logic and problem solving and circling round to speak to people. There are a lot of skills that you don't get until you come into the world of work. And I think that the world has moved on. I think that with the entrepreneurial spirit, you are probably going to get more from the world of work and learning from peers and seeing the good side and the bad side of what they do than you are necessarily sitting in a lecture hall, listening to somebody who is incredibly qualified in what they do, but hasn't necessarily been in that work environment either ever or for a very long time. Knowing that you've got options should be really empowering to young people now because it's something that I didn't have when I was at school.”“Finance can be a tough place to work at times. You get the business looking at you, suppliers, customers, it can be a tough environment to work in. We need people around us who we can rely on as team members and who not only have that tenacity, but that drive and that desire to want to do their best in their role.”“I don't necessarily want a team that everybody wants to be CFO. I want a good, well-rounded team where, yeah some people are knocking down at my door, wanting my job after me, but other people want to do the best they are at the job that they've got because they have family outside of work, or they have loved ones that they're caring for, or actually they just don't want the stress and the hassle of a high powered job because they want to finish on time and go and play football. We're all many different sorts of people. And I think a well balanced team and a well-balanced company should support that.”“Cultural fit is massively important. I think we've probably all worked in organizations where what they do is great and we've probably been remunerated well, but that cultural fit isn't right. And if that cultural fit isn't right, then you get demotivated and you don't do your best. Eventually you get bored and you leave. So finding that right cultural fit from the office and spending the time doing that is massively important.”“Young people that come in haven't necessarily had a job in an office environment before let alone a finance function and actually setting them up with the right training and setting them up for success is important, but not everybody is going to succeed in that role. I think making a quick decision around that is equally as important. If you have gotten the wrong fit person in the team, and it could be that they're a great person but they're just not the right person for the role, then actually making that decision and finding either another role internally that's better suited to them or  letting them leave and find their own career path is important.”“I think the damage done to teams by keeping under-performance in place for long periods of time is worse than facing it head on and admitting that sometimes you make mistakes. Sometimes we get recruitment wrong. I know that I have in the past. You have to sometimes go with your gut. You sometimes have to go with the best person that's sat in front of you, hope they'll fit in and be great for them. And then, unfortunately, you have to deal with the consequences if they don't quite meet expectations.”“I don't see why any of us want to do something that technology can do for us. We get a bit worried about the robot revolution. That will never happen because robots will never think in the same way as humans. They'll never spot those little intricacies and add that value. I don't want to grow a team that's enormous. I want technology to take away the heavy lifting so that my team could do the interesting stuff, the stuff that really benefits them in their career journeys.”“It still astounds me, today in 2022, the world's global finance system is pretty much still held up by Excel. There is no finance function on earth that does not have an Excel spreadsheet somewhere. I think that's symptomatic of the fact that actually as finance people, we don't challenge the status quo enough sometimes. I think that sometimes, because we have month-end reporting and because we have to make sure that what we do gets done, we go, ‘I'd love to fix that but I haven't got time and I need this to carry on working, it will do the job'. And I think sometimes we need to be bigger advocates of the fact that this doesn't work for us.” “There are ways that you can use technology to speed every process up, every operational process. And the more that we do that, the more that you're not reliant on humans and human fallibility and errors with that. As finance people, there's nothing more frustrating than being like, ‘oh, someone forgot to do this', or ‘you posted something in the wrong way round'. If we can remove that and get people doing what they should be doing, which is controlled checks, analysis, the data and the insight side of things, then we'll all be better for it.”“I think there needs to be competition within this space. Otherwise you end up with just Excel again, just a newer version of Excel that everybody relies on. There needs to be competition. A single source is great and Microsoft enables that, but there has to be competition within the partners in terms of who's going to get to market first…. A world without competition is a world without innovation. So it's massively important that that continues.”“Don't rush into the CFO role. Some people seem to be very desperate to get to the top of the ladder. It will come if it's right to come to you, like the right opportunity will come up.”“For me, it's just about learning. If you're not learning in the role that you're in, then it's probably time to move on. But it doesn't always have to be up the career ladder. It can be sideways or a similar role in a different organization. If you want to be a CFO of a fast paced organization, spend some time in finance in a fast paced organization. See how you like it. Because one day that's all going to be yours to look after.”--------Timestamp Topics:01:30 Kirstine's career path05:39 Formal education07:58 Advice on university10:31 Education v. work experience13:04 Narrowing down hiring candidates19:27 How Kirstine's finance team functions compared to others25:45 In-house v. outsourcing when it comes to finance28:03 Opportunities for improving the way finance works36:35 Advice for upcoming CFOs --------Sponsor:This show is brought to you by Soldo, the brighter way to manage business spending and expenses. With Soldo, you can control every expense, track spend in real time, automate financial reporting, and then use those insights to fuel growth. Learn more at Soldo.com--------Links:Connect with Ross on LinkedInConnect with Kirstine on LinkedInThe CFO Playbook Listener Survey

Ogletree Deakins Podcasts
Workplace Strategies Watercooler: Dirty Steel-Toe Boots, Episode 9—OSHA's Focus on Heat Illness

Ogletree Deakins Podcasts

Play Episode Listen Later May 31, 2022 30:28


In this podcast, recorded live from Workplace Strategies, Ogletree Deakins' annual labor and employment law seminar for human resources professionals and in-house counsel, Phillip Russell and Karen Tynan discuss the Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA)'s plans to develop a new heat illness standard. Phillip, who is the host of our Dirty Steel-Toe Boots podcast series, and Karen share their insights on what OSHA might include in the forthcoming heat exposure standard and examine the provisions of OSHA's new national emphasis program (NEP) targeting industries where heat-related hazards may exist, highlighting strategies for reducing occupational heat-related injury and illness.

Goth Topic
Episode 72: The Best Laid Plans of Goths, often don't go exactly as planned

Goth Topic

Play Episode Listen Later May 31, 2022 66:12


And nothing can go wrong…oh no it all went wrong! The unfortunate misadventures of Allison and Sylvia just trying to enjoy some goth scenes. MERCH: http://tee.pub/lic/O9rbfFnc-Cg Artist: https://treadingwater.threadless.com/ Links: Stokedville: https://stokedvillellc.bigcartel.com/ Boots: https://yrushoes.com/products/aura-reflective Temple of Mercy: https://www.instagram.com/thetempleofmercy/?hl=en Follow us on social media: IG: http://instagram.com/gothtopicpod/ Twitter: https://twitter.com/GothTopicPOD FB: https://www.facebook.com/groups/200496797703302/ WordPress: https://gothtopic.home.blog Ko-Fi: https://ko-fi.com/gothtopic Email: gothtopicpod@gmail.com Sylvia's Twitch: https://www.twitch.tv/mermaidcoffin

Men in the Arena Podcast
The State of Men: What MITA's Social Media Tells Us EP 546

Men in the Arena Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later May 27, 2022 63:07


In this episode, Caitlin, our digital marketing team member, shares what she has noticed about our tribe of men and their struggles as she has helped us take our social media to the next level. We get a woman's inside perspective of Men in the Arena.    Caitlin is a Digital Marketing Consultant based in California. She has degrees in marketing and web and information technology, and has spent the last 14 years helping ministries with their marketing from home while homeschooling her four kids. Caitlin has known Jim for 27 years, ever since he was her high school youth pastor (she witnessed Jim's infamous "dumping-trophies-onto-the-ground" sermon illustration) and he spoke at her wedding. She influences much of Men in the Arena's digital presence, including the website, social media strategy, and advertising.    Boots on the Ground: Start praying 2 Corinthians 12:9-10 for your life, and marriage.  Get Your Copy Now! of Tell Them, What Great Fathers Tell Their Sons and Daughters www.meninthearena.org Men in the Arena Books and Swag Support the Podcast