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Car trips and plane trips - they are both full! The perks of road trips are they give you flexibility to go at your own pace, stop as much as you need, and of course, pack more!! Let's talk about some things we've found to make road trips with toddlers and babies a little bit easier. Plane Travel with Kids: https://kidswhoexplore.com/podcasts/ep-81-travelling-with-kids-with-margaret-bradford/ What to “Play” With: Like plane, start with nothing…look out windows, talk about what you see, play music Then, pull out one thing at a time – no mess colouring, books, Pop-It. Some people say dollar store items. Maybe something new that's exciting Let them choose music (or podcast) What Stops Look Like: It's recommended young kids aren't in their car seat for more than 2 hours at a time Stop to stretch legs and eat Find a park Find a mini view point hike/nature walk Stop at a beach Embrace anywhere you stop! Sleep Tips: Play music that helps them fall asleep Use soother with clip, so it's not easy to lose Wool socks to keep them cozy! Food: Pack a cooler You can never have too much food…we know this! Bonus Tips: Pack a toddler toilet! Have a travel pack/bag/box for each person, so everything is easy to find when in the car One adult can sit in the backseat with kid(s), if this works for you Practise with some shorter road trips beforehand Build excitement before you go and communicate with kids about it Be flexible! Know that you may need to stop sooner than you would like. Naps may get messed up. Keep expectations at bay! Thank you to Keen Footwear for sponsoring today's podcast! Check out www.keenfootwear.com Today's Host: @adriannaadventures & @laurenrodycheberle from @kidswhoexplore Production: @kpmediaproductions. Music: @michaelferraro_music
Anna Borgman is a butcher, slaughterwoman, ardent reader, and curious student of life. In this episode we dive deep into one of the most unexplored aspects of our food system: the processor, the butcher, the slaughterhouse. The place where animals make their transition to food through the portal of death. We dive into what this means: what it means for the people working there, how our current culture misses this step in the food chain, and what it means to “turn the hard work of farmers into food.” Anna and I also talk about our own relationships with death and how anxieties around death led her to get closer to understanding something that can never be fully understood. We didn't stop there, though, and in this episode we talk about how our bodies may just be vehicles for microbes, seeking out disconfirmation, leveraging curiosity, and so much more. We Also Talk About: Body Image and ButcheryHumans place on earth & so much more Find Anna:Instagram: @annaborgman, @foragefedWebsite: Forage Fed Resources from the Episode:The Basque History of the World by Mark KurlanskyRed Meat Republic by Joshua SpechtThe Meat Paradox by Rob PercivalNorth Bridger BisonCustom Knives: @jessevosler_vigilanteforgeCurrent Discounts for GW listeners:15% off Farm True ghee and body care products using code: KATEKAV1520% off Home of Wool using code BLACKSHEEP20 (until November 30th) and code KATEKAVANAUGH for 10% off after that.Join the Ground Work Collective:Instagram: @groundworkcollectiveFind a Farm: nearhome.groundworkcollective.comFind Kate: @kate_kavanaughMore: groundworkcollective.com
Today's episode is for anyone interested in non-toxic living. The conversation is with Rosica Petrova, the founder of Home of Wool. Home of Wool makes custom-made epic all-natural wool mattresses as well as various other non-toxic homeware, bedding, children and baby products. We mainly discuss the company's wool sleeping pad mattress and all the questions I personally have about the product, including: why conventional spring or latex mattresses suck the benefits of wool organic cotton vs. linen vs. 100% virgin wool oeko-tex wool vs. GOTS-certified organic wool the different mattress thicknesses (3 to 7 inches) how to care for a natural mattress elevating the mattress off the floor or not & more! Use code FULLYHUMAN for a discount on all products from Home of Wool!
If you've got a bit of land why not think about grazing a coloured sheep - it could be well worth your while. Renewed interest in home-knitting and spinning has pushed up demand for coloured wool - along with prices. And the Black and Coloured Sheep Breeders Association says the industry needs more people to get involved. The Association's mid-Canterbury secretary is Georgie Fairless. She talks to Jesse from her home in Little River on Banks Peninsula.
Anne sits down with Jana of the Purl Together YouTube podcast to chat about some of the benefits and challenges associated with having a knitting podcast. Plus, info about the 2023 Makkin Our Way Through Shetland Tours, Wovember, and more! Links to Things Mentioned in the Podcast Support the show on Patreon. Purl Together on YouTube, Instagram, Facebook, and the web. Anne's Instagram (for Wovember!) Makkin Our Way Through Shetland Tours LoveWovember.com Sponsors Knit New Haven Morehouse Farm
Dr. Suuzi Hazen is a wife, mother, farmer and healer who raises goats in the rugged fire country of north-eastern California. She is the founder of Mother's Best Liver Pills, the original microbrewery of grass-fed beef liver supplements. Suuzi is a Doctor of Traditional Chinese Medicine and in this episode we dive right into the liver, looking at it not just through the lens of Traditional Chinese Medicine, but through an ancestral and spiritual lens. Suuzi goes on to unpack traditional lifeways and how we can find a connection in our modern world when it comes to child rearing, raising a family, and beyond. As two goat owners only could, we discuss the ways that goats connect us back to a different time. We also dive into marriage and sexuality and unpack the highs and lows of long term partnerships. This is a jam packed episode with an incredible guest.Note: this episode contains explicit content. Find Suuzi:Instagram: @drsuuzihazenWebsite: Mother's Best Liver PillsRelated Ground Work Episodes:Hamid JabbarTara CoutureCurrent Discounts for GW listeners:15% off Farm True ghee and body care products using code: KATEKAV1520% off Home of Wool using code BLACKSHEEP20 (until November 30th) and code KATEKAVANAUGH for 10% off after that.Join the Ground Work Collective:Instagram: @groundworkcollectiveFind a Farm: nearhome.groundworkcollective.comFind Kate: @kate_kavanaughMore: groundworkcollective.com
In this episode, I have some knitting, spinning and sewing and a little tale for you about taking stock.
On this episode I welcome back Heidi Parkes to the show. Heidi is known for hand quilting, art quilts and diary quilting as well as hand yoga. If you missed Heidi on Episode 31, you can find it here. We continue our conversation and catch up on all the fun and exciting things that Heidi has been working on since our last chat.Check out Heidi's website at https://www.heidiparkes.com/. You will find her online shop with art quilts, fabric vases, online classes and more. Also there is still time to sign up for Heidi's Diary Quilting class starting in January 2023.In the Chit Chat segment, I recap my excursion to the Wool & Co yarn shop in Elgin, IL for the Meet and Greet with Arne & Carlos. Spoiler alert…It was absolutely Fabulous!!Support the showFor photos and links to what I talked about in this episode, visit my podcast blog https://stephaniesochadesign.com/podcast-make-and-decorate Make and Decorate Friends, Mighty Networks group - free to join! INSTAGRAM: @stephanie.socha.design WEBSITE: https://stephaniesochadesign.com/podcast-make-and-decorate EMAIL: firstname.lastname@example.org YOUTUBE: Stephanie Socha Design
Hey it's Steph Dickson and welcome to the Live Wide Awake podcast. Today we are speaking with Damien Pommeret, the Regional Manager for Western Europe at the Woolmark Company. Committed to contributing to a vibrant, stable and profitable wool industry, Damien is in charge of supporting sustainability and fibre advocacy for The Woolmark Company through ongoing corporate activities. Woolmark is a not-for-profit organisation that works alongside Australia's 60,000 woolgrowers to research, develop and certify Australian wool. They are the global authority on Merino wool and owns the Woolmark logo, a quality assurance symbol applied to more than 5 billion products. In this conversation, we talk about Woolmark's striking yet controversial campaign, the good and bad with the wool industry and regenerative agriculture. I hope you enjoy this smooth conversation thanks to our sound partner Audio-Technica. Okay, it's time to live wide awake. Stay connected with Woolmark: Website: https://www.woolmark.com/ Social media: https://www.instagram.com/thewoolmarkcompany/ | https://twitter.com/woolmark Stay connected & support the show Instagram: http://instagram.com/livewideawake Support: If you enjoyed the show do consider making a contribution so we can keep having conscious conversations - https://www.patreon.com/livewideawake Reach out: email@example.com
We're excited to welcome Jason Schaefer, the owner of Holy Lamb Organics, a bedding and mattress company that carries on a centuries-old tradition of making beautiful textile products by hand. Combining heritage methods with pristine natural and organic materials and sustainable business practices, they bring a dedication to healthy living and the environment to a time-honored approach. Jason himself entered the organic mattress industry after his wife Mindy was having health issues. After swapping out the mattress, Mindy felt better overnight and by the end of the week, she was back to her normal self. It was a painfully obvious "ah ha!" moment, but it changed the course of their lives. Now they run Holy Lamb Organics, trying to help people find healthier sleep options and are both a wealth of knowledge and deeply passionate about their business. Tune in and we guarantee you'll be inspired to make the swap to organic wool for yourself, family, and our planet!
More than 100 years have passed since Shaniko, Oregon, went from "Wool Capital of the World" to forgotten spur of the Union Pacific Railway. A dozen miles from Shaniko, R.R. Hinton was the area's largest producer of sheep and wool at his Imperial Stock Ranch, raising Columbia sheep for meat and wool. When Dan and Jeanne Carver bought the Imperial Stock Ranch in the 1980's, they established a conservation plan—not something many working farms did at the time, but something that Dan saw as vitally important. To preserve the water and soil of their thousands of acres, the Carvers turned to unexpected partners: the cattle and sheep who grazed their high desert land. Sheep have a reputation for damaging the ecosystem by overgrazing, but Dan and Jeanne believed that careful stewardship through intensive rotational grazing, humane predator management, and water conservation could bring grazing animals back in balance with the landscape. In 2017, the Carvers accepted a challenge to become the first ranch certified under the Responsible Wool Standard, which establishes criteria for the welfare of sheep, ecosystem, and working conditions used to produce the wool. As consumer demand for sustainably produced wool grew, the Carvers founded Shaniko Wool Company to join with other family ranches in obtaining RWS certification and delivering ethically and ecologically sound wool. Shaniko Wool comprises ten ranches whose practices are independently audited. Based on the environmental benefits she witnessed, Jeanne was certain that the sheep and their agricultural practices were a net benefit to the natural world, but over the past several years, she has taken steps to prove it. Through measurements of the soil and audits of their emissions, Shaniko Wool Company has documented that their ranching operations offset tons of greenhouse gas emissions by capturing tons of carbon in the soil. Listening to Jeanne Carver talk about her family's goals and results for their ranch offers an inspiring message for those of us who love wool and ecosystem conservation: with careful management, sheep can be an undeniable force for good. This episode is brought to you by: Handweaving.net (https://handweaving.net/) is the comprehensive weaving website with more than 75,000 historic and modern weaving drafts, documents, and powerful digital tools that put creativity in your hands. Now it's simple to design, color, update, and save your drafts. Our mission is to preserve the rich heritage of hand weaving and pass it down to you. Visit Handweaving.net and sign up for a subscription today! You'll find the largest variety of silk spinning fibers, silk yarn and silk threads & ribbons at TreenwaySilks.com (https://www.treenwaysilks.com/). Choose from a rainbow of hand-dyed colors. Love natural? Their array of wild silk and silk-blends provide choices beyond white. Treenway Silks—where superior quality and customer service are guaranteed. Links Shaniko Wool Company (https://shanikowoolcompany.com/) Responsible Wool Standard (https://textileexchange.org/responsible-wool-standard/) Textile Exchange (https://textileexchange.org/) Stories of Stories of Fashion, Textiles, and Place (https://www.bloomsbury.com/us/stories-of-fashion-textiles-and-place-9781350136335/) by Leslie Davis Burns and Jeanne Carver Imperial Stock Ranch website (https://imperialstockranch.com/) Pacific Northwest Fibershed: Imperial Stock Ranch (video) (https://imperialstockranch.com/2018/02/1004/) Nativa Precious Fiber/Chargeurs (https://www.chargeurs.com/les-metiers/luxury-materials/nativa-precious-fiber/?lang=en)
News: We will also be having an IG Live for all of our spooky season shenanigans, including a Tolkien themed MKAL, stay tuned for more information! Upcoming markets that Emily will be at are Crafty Bastards Market in Nashville on 11/5 and 11/6, the Belle of Louisville on 11/19 and the Crafty Supermarket in Cincinnati on 11/26 Lauren is getting together Team Temperature 2023, if you've ever wanted to do a temperature project like a scarf or blanket, start planning to join in on the fun! FO: Lauren - Avatar Colorwork Design headband using Valkyrie Fibers Avatar colorways WIPS: Emily - Vanilla socks in Crazy Zauberball - Loop rainbow fiber bump - Secret MKAL goodness, being knit up in a Valkyrie Fibers set on Matte Sock, Saruman and Orthanc colorways Lauren - Shockwaves Shawl using Valkyrie Fibers Avatar colorways (Free pattern!) https://shop.hedgehogfibres.com/products/shockwaves - Vanilla shortie socks in Valkyrie Fibers Matte Sock base, Bill the Pony and Thranduil self striping colorways Acquisitions: Our Wool & Folk and Rhinebeck haul is lumped together since we shopped at many of the same booths Wool & Folk - Home Row Fiber Co. A Drey Bag and Keepsake Bag, both in the Wool Magic prints https://homerowfiber.co/ - Junk Yarn, two skeins of Totally Hair Barbie on Tuxedo Sock, Garden of Magic Halloween Sock Set on Tuxedo Sock, Sally on Boss Sock, plus Kemper gave us matching witchy tumblers and Barbie coffee sleeves! https://www.junkyarn.com/ - Fibula Brooch from Malojos Jewelry https://malojos.myshopify.com/ - Shelli Can, flair, stickers, and Ouija pennant https://shellican.com/ Rhinebeck - Serendipitous Wool, two skeins of Agni Yak DK in deep purple and olive green, NY Sheep and Wool 2022 sock set in the Tangerini in Autumn colorway with two contrasting mini skeins, Crisp Autumn Walks colorway in worsted weight https://www.serendipitouswool.com/ - Birch Hollow Fibers, mini skein in the Dryad colorway and skein of DK in the Champagne and Bouquet colorway https://birchhollowfibers.com/ - Radicle Threads, issue 3 Occult theme https://radiclethreads.com/ - Tree brooch from Spruce Mountain https://spruce-mountain.com/ - Jacob fiber from Snook Farm https://www.snookfarm.com/ - Heal My Hands lotion bar in the Cinnamon Spice scent https://healmyhands.com/ - Prado De Lana, two skeins of natural colored fingering weight Romney https://www.pradodelana.com/ - items from in person only vendors: a leather belt, soaps, vintage buttons, two tiny pumpkin candles, various maple flavored confections Lauren - Silver Tarot dangly earrings from Earth Fragments https://www.etsy.com/shop/EarthFragments - rainbow Star Wars stitch markers from Ubebe Beads https://www.etsy.com/shop/ubebebeads Occult Corner: Since we were near Sleepy Hollow on our Rhinebeck adventures, we dive into the Headless Horseman from The Legend of Sleepy Hollow by Washington Irving and it's roots in Northern European folklore. Self Promotion: The Yarnie Collection is live on Emily's website! https://kittywithacupcake.com/ Emily is launching a new Kickstarter featuring zodiac/astrology badges in late October MKAL kits will be available in Lauren's Etsy shop on 10/9 https://www.etsy.com/shop/ValkyrieFibersTahoe/ The Fiber Coven will be hosting Lauren's There And Back Again KAL for all of 2022, see the public blog post on our Patreon for all the details!
Anne takes you along to the Fiber Festival of New England. Meet some of the vendors who where there and hear about their ingenious and interesting products. Plus, more on Wovember and an update on the state of wool in Austria from an Austrian listener! Links to Things Mentioned in the Podcast Support the show on Patreon Fiber Festival of New England JaggerSpun The Wool Room at Longmeadow Farm The Dancing Pony Sheep Farm -- email Paula Aarons at firstname.lastname@example.org Windridge Farm Junction Fiber Mill The Fuzzy Bunny Connecticut Sheep Breeders Association The Fiber Seed Sponsors Knit New Haven Morehouse Farm
In time for winter wardrobe & gift-giving, we review the many eco problems with the wool industry and what materials fashion-makers and consumers can support instead (like organic cotton and bamboo). The role of raising, killing, and processing farmed animals, like sheep, for fiber/clothing is often overlooked in environmental discourse (as we tend to just focus on the meat industry). So in this 27-minute podcast for In Tune to Nature, host Carrie Freeman talked with Stephanie Feldstein of The Center for Biological Diversity about their recent report (with the Collective Fashion Justice group) called "Shear Destruction: Wool, Fashion & the Biodiversity Crisis," https://www.collectivefashionjustice.org/shear-destruction where Feldstein notes that “From habitat degradation caused by grazing sheep to the chemicals used in scouring, the entire process of rearing sheep and turning shorn wool into usable fiber is riddled with threats to wildlife.” The extensive report has creative and beautiful artwork by Ari Liloan (as seen in the cover illustration I'm using). You can find out more about the Center for Biological Diversity at https://www.biologicaldiversity.org/ In Tune to Nature is a weekly show airing on Wednesdays from 6:30-7pm EST on Atlanta indie radio station WRFG (Radio Free Georgia) 89.3FM hosted by Carrie Freeman, Sonia Swartz, or Melody Paris. Please consider donating to support this 50-year old independent progressive Atlanta radio station at www.wrfg.org Take care of yourself and others, including other species, like wild and domesticated sheep, and other animals we share the planet with.
We're (almost) all back from the New York State Sheep & Wool Festival, aka “Rhinebeck,” to those in the fiber universe. It was (largely) a success, as our Livestream event went (mostly) as planned. You can watch the workshops, shows and other snippets for yourself on our YouTube channel if you missed the lively weekend, and see the fantastic Fall colors that were on display as a backdrop for the Camelid and sheep parades and cashmere goat judging (or was the cashmere goat jumping? Nope – that was the llamas). Equipment auction? Got that, too. We hope you tune in to see a little bit of all that for yourself. Want to volunteer for the 2023 show? Follow the links to be included in the ranks of the brave, hardworking people that have kept this thing going since 1980. On the podcast today we have a conversation with one of the main movers and shakers of this undertaking. Claire Houlihan is President of the Board of Directors for the Dutchess County Sheep and Wool Growers Association, a fantastic nonprofit that focuses on education and promotion of all things fiber. We think that there's no better way to do that than the New York State Sheep & Wool Festival, and we hope to see you there in 2023.(Minus the urgent care visit next time, though, if possible.)Links:https://www.dcswga.org/abouthttps://www.dcswga.org/https://www.dcswga.org/volunteer-your-timehttps://sheepandwool.com/https://www.youtube.com/c/BackyardGreenFilms/featuredhttps://battenkillfibers.com/https://www.cornwallyarnshop.com/https://hvtextileproject.org/history/https://www.nysenate.gov/senators/michelle-hincheyhttps://www.governor.ny.gov/news/governor-hochul-signs-new-york-textile-act-strengthen-new-yorks-manufacturing-industry#:~:text=Legislation%20%28S.8741A%2FA.9649A%29%2C%20named%20the%20New%20York%20Textile%20Act%2C,animal%20fibers%20that%20are%20grown%20in%20New%20York.Support the show
Before The Holland Wool Collective came along, tons of wool was going to waste. There was a gap between people who had wool, people who processed it into a usable product, and wholesalers or designers who needed the material.Farmers in the Netherlands needed more options as far as who to send their wool to; there wasn't anyone gathering that material to send it to be processed it into usable medium– like felt or yarn. At least, not until Janne de Hoop and her partner Mirthe Snoek came along.Within a week of launching their website, they had received at least 30 calls from sheep farmers with wool to get rid of. Still in the early stages, Janne from the Hollands Wol Colletief gives us a sneak-peek into what goes on behind the scenes in this start-up cooperative that utilizes what, in the past, was going to waste. What a joy to have her with us!We talk about taxes, balancing work life and personal life, launching a company with a friend, and figuring things out as you go.LINKS FROM THE EPISODEhttps://www.hollandswolcollectief.nl/ Martin Oosthoek Landschapsbeheer - Rotterdam Shepard -https://www.maoosthoek.nl/ CONNECT WITH JANNE & MIRTHEhttps://www.hollandswolcollectief.nl/https://www.instagram.com/hollandswolcollectief/https://www.facebook.com/hollandswolcollectiefTRANSCRIPTS & CHAPTER MARKERSGo HERE to find the podcast in text and scan through and the topics we discuss fast. The transcript isn't edited so there might be a few weird words and sentences. When the podcast grows (Become a Patron!) I can pay someone to put some hours into that and make it even more accessible. Thanks for listening, I really appreciate you choosing to spend your time with me and my guests!Do you want to get a reminder in your mailbox each time a new episode comes out? SIGN UP here.✄ ✄ ✄A Smaller Life relies on its listeners to grow organically. I decided to leave social media so I need the support of you, the listener, to keep going. You can help by joining the movement actively or by supporting the podcast n the background.✄ ✄ ✄Have a question? Want to offer your opinion? Have an idea for a guest or topic? Click the voicemail tab on the right on the SHOWNOTES page, I'd love to hear from you!Support the show☞ PATREON SUPPORT by becoming a patron here and Pay-What-You-Can. ☞ NO BUDGET SUPPORT by just mentioning the podcast to a friend, send them a link to a specific episode they might like. Easy! ☞ OFFERING YOUR TIME simply rate, review and subscribe to the podcast on the platform of your choice, takes a few minutes, makes SUCH a difference!
WHERE BLACK SHEEP GO FOR THE HOLIDAYS hosted by Beth Norton with musical guest Kandy Shake Cheers to the odd one out (and the oddball stories) at holiday gatherings. You'll fit right in here. Positively shameless, Story Story Late-Night is the black sheep of the storytelling family. This season, we're extending the no-holds-barred series with a special holiday edition recorded live from the Visual Arts Collective in the Surel Mitchell Live-Work-Create District of Garden City, Idaho. Spill it—all the meaty, juicy bits—around our proverbial Thanksgiving table with zero side-eye from Aunt Karen.
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Episode 087: Elizabeth Williamson In this episode, Anne sits down with Shetland lace knitter, teacher, and designer, Elizabeth Williamson. PLEASE NOTE: There is some minor interference in this episode. It's mostly at the start of the interview. Apologies in advance. Links to Things Mentioned in the Episode Elizabeth Williamson Knitting, for Elizabeth's information and classes Elizabeth on Instagram Elizabeth's patterns can be found on Ravelry Wovember has an additional home on the internet at LoveWovember.com Find the prompts for Wovember on October 27, 2022 on Anne's Instagram Sponsors Many thanks to Knit New Haven, Morehouse Farm, and my patrons for sponsoring the podcast!
News: We will also be having an IG Live for all of our spooky season shenanigans, stay tuned for more information! Start getting excited to visit the Kitty With a Cupcake + Junk Yarn booth at Wool & Folk on October 14th! We will also be attending Rhinebeck, look for meet up info for Saturday 10/15 Upcoming markets that Emily will be at are the belle of Louisville on 11/19 and the Crafty Supermarket in Cincinnati on 11/26 Lauren is getting together Team Temperature 2023, if you've ever wanted to do a temperature project like a scarf or blanket, start planning to join in on the fun! FO: Lauren - Hatdana by Bayron Handmade https://www.ravelry.com/patterns/library/hatdana knit in Fresh From The Cauldron, MCN Sock base, They Ate My Tailor colorway (this is the fourth Hatdana) WIPS: Emily - Vanilla socks in Junk Yarn Poly Pocket Sock set https://www.junkyarn.com/ - Loop rainbow fiber bump - Secret MKAL goodness, being knit up in a Valkyrie Fibers set on Matte Sock, Saruman and Orthanc colorways Lauren - Ripple Halter sweater modification, designed by Jessie Maed https://www.ravelry.com/patterns/library/ripple-halter, knit in Elctrk Love OOAK fingering weight - Hatdana by Bayron Handmade https://www.ravelry.com/patterns/library/hatdana knit in Lady Dye Yarns DK base Morticia colorway, They Ate My Tailor colorway (this is the fifth Hatdana) - Avatar Colorwork Design headband using Valkyrie Fibers Avatar colorways Acquisitions: Lauren - Ahsoka stitch marker from Ubebe Beads https://www.etsy.com/shop/ubebebeads Emily - Many treasures from Disney World including a Camtono safe, custom lightsaber, Sith Holocron, plushies of a porg and Hondo Onaka, Haunted Mansion crocs, Star Wars/A New Hope art print, and a new backpack Occult Corner: It's Libra season, lets learn all about these balanced babes. Self Promotion: Emily's Yarnie collection will debut at Wool and Folk on 10/14! There will be a 13 day Halloween Advent set available from Emily on Tuesday 5/17 at noon eastern! This amazing countdown calendar will feature 12 cute halloween themed lobster claw charms that clip onto a charm bracelet and the 13th day will feature a brand new enamel pin. There will be add on options for a project bag featuring Emily's art and/or a totally unique sock set from Valkyrie Fibers. www.kittywithacupcake.com Stay tuned for info on Emily's upcoming limited edition Halloween enamel pin in collaboration with Honeybunch Lettering The Fiber Coven will be hosting Lauren's There And Back Again KAL for all of 2022, see the public blog post on our Patreon for all the details!
Theresa, the co-founder of Lunapaca shares her story of innovation within the cloth diapering industry. This is a fantastic conversation challenging many of the things we tell ourselves in pursuit of a simple solution to diapers that uses less plastic, less washing, and less of everything. The Lunapaca diaper is available direct: https://lunapaca.com/en-ca Or Canadians can shop at Nest & Sprout: https://nestandsprout.ca/products/lunapaca-diaper-cover Love the show? Subscribe, rate, review & share. https://www.clothdiaperpodcast.com YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/clothdiaperpodcast Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/clothdiaperpodcast Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/clothdiaperpodcast Twitter: https://www.twitter.com/clothpodcast Review Blog: https://www.simplymombailey.com Buy the Book on Amazon: https://amzn.to/3qM9ph7 Also available in colour at Barnes & Noble, World Book Depository, and Amazon. The Cloth Diaper Podcast is recorded in the traditional unceeded territory of the Lheidli T'enneh First Nations.
Fillet of a fenny snake, In the cauldron boil and bake; Eye of newt and toe of frog, Wool of bat and tongue of dog, Adder's fork and blind-worm's sting, Lizard's leg and owlet's wing, For a charm of powerful trouble, Like a hell-broth boil and bubble. Put the lime in the coconut and mix it all up. What do you get? Well you get Week of the Witch! Octoberama continues with the first ever witchy week, as chosen by our Grave Diggers on Patreon. Before we get to all that, though, we've got to take care of Horror Business. Starting off in Real World Horror, we discuss a pair of women who saw an eerie glowing specter of Shia LeBeouf in a church. We then talk about multiple small screen adaptations of big screen films, namely Godzilla, Fear, Goosebumps, and The Wicker Man. We then wrap up with a Halloween update to the video game Back 4 Blood. For our witchy reviews, we first look at Sam Raimi's 2009 return to horror Drag Me to Hell. We tell you the good, the bad, and the ugly. We then examine the new film Two Witches, about... two witches. Obviously. So hop on your broomstick and hit the skies with a brand new episode of The Grave Plot Podcast!
This past weekend we attended the NY State Sheep and Wool Festival, also known as Rhinebeck...which of course is in Rhinebeck, New York. It has become an annual pilgrimage for Rick and I. We love coming back to the Hudson Valley this time of year, there's a brisk in the air, the fall colors are beautiful, and the sheep people are in town...not only the sheep people, but the goats, angora rabbits, llamas, musk oxen, and alpacas too. It's just wonderful! Today's guest is Mary Badcock. Fiber artist, handspinner, and wool judge. She is an extraordinary person, who has traveled the world in the name of fiber, and has been attending Rhinebeck for over 35 years.If you're not familiar with this event, here's a little information about it. The first festival was held in 1972 and it's been held every October since at the Dutchess County Fair grounds. It started out with just a few people wanting buy, trade, and sale there fiber products and animals and has grown to have an annual attendance of 35,000 plus people.Links:https://sheepandwool.comhttps://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/New_York_State_Sheep_and_Wool_Festivalhttps://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Fiber_arthttps://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Hand_spinningSupport the show
In this episode, Anne checks in after her time away in Shetland and Austria, and looks ahead to Wovember, coming on November 1! Links to Things Mentioned in the Episode Factor Meals -- Sign up using this link and get a discount on your first 6 boxes! Makkin Our Way Through Shetland Tours Shetland Wool Week Annual Shetland Textile Museum Die Spindel/Ulrike Müller-Kaspar Helen Robertson Allison Rendall Red Houss Elizabeth Williamson Knitting Wovember.com Purl Together on YouTube That Knitting Show on YouTube Thank you to Knit New Haven, Morehouse Farm, and my patrons for sponsoring the podcast! Songs Both songs this week are from Humans Win. First was "It Don't Get Old Loving You," followed by "Keep It Simple."
As the very first Australian Woolmark licensee and selling quality woollen garments since 1914, Sportscraft holds a special place in the Australian retail landscape. What trends are appearing for wool consumption? What do people want from wool? Hear what this iconic retailer has to say about the future of wool and the people that ultimately buy it.
In Scotland Yard's museum of murder here lies death dressed in its Sunday best. And here we find a jacket somewhat inconspicuous in its place on the shelf sleeveless and unstitched, a tragic relic of passion and violence. Duration: 26:06 Starring: Ozzie Nelson Broadcast Date: 1952
Brea and Mallory discuss cozy books, test out some metal bookmarks, and give advice for reading difficult subject matter with a book club. Email us at readingglassespodcast at gmail dot com!Reading Glasses MerchRecommendations StoreSponsors -Storyworthwww.storyworth.com/GLASSESMagic Spoonwww.magicspoon.com/GLASSESCODE: GLASSESLinks -Reading Glasses Facebook GroupReading Glasses Goodreads GroupAmazon Wish ListNewsletterLibro.fmHalloween Readathon10/23Flyaway by Kathleen JenningsHollow Metal BookmarksBooks Mentioned - A Psalm for the Wild-Built by Becky ChambersDust & Grim by Chuck WendigCold Storage by David KoeppRoad of Bones by Christopher GoldenFurbidden Fatality by Deborah BlakeChapter and Curse by Elizabeth PenneyShady Hollow by Juneau Black
As temperatures drop and days get shorter across North America and Europe Chris and Ben discuss why Fall is perhaps the best time of the year to reenact WW2. Wool uniforms become more wearable, the bugs take a break and cozy camp fires renew their appeal as Autumn takes over from the blazing heat of Summer.... As ever, a very big thank you to all our Patrons for their support - we really couldn't do this without you ! Why not sign up and become one of our growing band of supporters with access to all of our Patreon exclusive content ! www.patreon.com/reenactorpodcast Thanks to Mike (AKA Rhett Roman) for editing all of our podcasts.
For our 20th Anniversary, we revisited some of our 20 most popular patterns, and Abbye Meiklejohn helped rewrite and add sizes to a selection of our older garment patterns. She joins hosts Lee and Stacey to tell them about her process for rewriting existing patterns and expanding their size range while maintaining the original look and feel. Abbye also shares how she likes to approach grading patterns for a larger size and the difference between extending pattern sizes and the individual knitter customizing their sweater. Our hosts also reveal some fears around steeking and pattern photoshoot sample disasters, and Abbye shares a few stories of her own, including singeing a pattern sample while steaming! Game Day Cardigan pattern Clapotis pattern Journey Tweed yarn Colorwork knitting Eldfell Pullover pattern 20th Anniversary Patterns Wonderfluff yarn Encircled ebook Andi's Scandinavian magazine cover inspiration Swish Bulky yarn Abbye Meiklejohn Wool and Pine Chromatic Pullover Gallatin Coat Calluna Cardigan Mazama Vest Astera Cardigan Classic Lines Cardigan Chroma yarns Steeking Wild Wind pattern Lee's cut & graft adventure Lopes pattern Grafting with Kitchener Stitch Three Season Cardigan pattern Wool and Pine on Instagram 00:03 Welcome to the Knit Picks Podcast 00:21 Lee and Stacey have their knitting motivation back! 04:50 We're having an office KAL with everyone knitting Eldfell 13:00 We revisited older patterns for the anniversary 15:42 Abbye Meiklejohn tells the podcast about the anniversary pattern she worked on. 18:02 Abbye made the biggest changes on Chromatic and shares why. 20:25 Abbye's experience reworking other designers' patterns. 25:02 Adding sizes and Abbye's advice for designers who are extending their size range. 27:57 Changing ease trends and individual ease preferences. 30:30 Abbye's favorite patterns to work on from our anniversary patterns 31:35 Our hosts reveal their steeking fears and other confessions 38:19 What Abbye is working on next and where to find her work with Wool and Pine. 41:23 Credits
In this episode we are teasing out the origins of the word wool. The Proto-Celtic word for wool is *wlanā. It comes from the Proto-Indo-European *h₂wĺ̥h₁neh₂ (wool), from *h₂welh₁- (hair, wool) [source]. Descendants in the Celtic languages include: olann [ˈɔlˠən̪ˠ] = wool, woolly hair, mop of hair; woollen in Irish olann [ˈɔl̪ˠən̪ˠ] = wool (usually […]
A great discussion about the market of the sheep world. Hey look we daily increase the population of the U.S. by the folks that come with a culture of lamb consumption yet we have a backlog, why?
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Many companies today have studied Patrick Lencioni's The Five Dysfunctions of a Team, but few that I have come across have implemented it in a permanent, sustainable way. I am excited to present Matt Wool, CEO of Acceleration Partners as his company is one of the few who have. In 2012, he was the 4th employee of the company who now has well over 300 employees. During his time there, he has been a large driver of their success including numerous placements on the Inc 500 and awards for Best Places to work in Forbes and Glassdoor. This episode is full of how we can improve communication, vulnerability, self-awareness, collaboration, accountability and more within our organization. What You'll Learn: Creating a culture of accountability Encouraging collaboration as a 100% virtual company How Matt models vulnerability for his team Strategies to becoming more self-aware and how you are being perceived as a leader How to foster connection within your team Why initiatives don't stick and what to do about it What to look for when searching for a marketing partner Why diversification is crucial in your marketing plan Resources: www.accelerationpartners.com https://twitter.com/accelerationpar https://www.linkedin.com/in/matthew-wool-67a3aa5 Bio: Matthew Wool is the CEO of Acceleration Partners. After joining the company as its fourth employee in 2012, Matt served as General Manager and then President of the company before becoming CEO in 2021. During his tenure, Matt has been a driver of Acceleration Partners' success including the company's numerous placements on the Inc. 500 list of fastest growing private companies, multiple Most Effective Agency nods from the Performance Marketing Awards, and numerous Best Place to Work awards from Forbes and Glassdoor. Matt is a member of the Fast Company Executive Board and is a frequent speaker at performance marketing industry events.
It's the 20th Anniversary of Knit Picks! To celebrate our anniversary, we thought it'd be fun to go around the office and get early Knit Picks yarn memories from the team. You'll hear a range of voices telling the story of their first Knit Picks yarn, favorite Knit Picks yarn, memorable old projects, and more. Later, Stacey and Lee discuss our two newest yarns, Array and Elixir, and share a little bit about how they were developed and what it's like to knit with them. 20th Anniversary Pattern Rereleases Hawthorne yarns Odessa hat pattern (ravelry link) Interference Cowl pattern Chroma Twist Bulky yarn Biggo yarn Arri Hat pattern (ravelry link) Twill Worsted yarn City Tweed yarns Alena's One Ring Scarf (ravelry link) One Ring Scarf pattern (ravelry link) Capretta yarn Wool of the Andes Worsted yarn Brava Sport yarn Happypotamus The Happy Hippo crochet pattern (ravelry link) Dye yarn with Kool Aid, Knit Picks blog tutorial Bare yarns Flying Vs pattern set (Lee's colorwork patterns) Wool of the Andes Tweed yarn Swish yarns Chroma Worsted yarn Palette yarn Shine Sport yarn Comfy yarns Central Park Hoodie pattern Array (new!) yarn Ski Bunny Headband pattern Elixir (new!) yarn The Purl Thief pattern Swish Bulky yarn 00:05 Welcome to the Knit Picks Podcast 00:22 It's the 20th Anniversary of Knit Picks 03:07 Early Knit Picks memories 04:00 Jen's Knit Picks memory 05:43 Hillary's Knit Picks memory 06:38 Regan's Knit Picks memory 08:32 Alena's Knit Picks memory 10:31 Andi's Knit Picks memory 13:30 Carlene's Knit Picks memory 14:07 Lee's Knit Picks memory 16:09 Stacey's Knit Picks memory 17:47 We've got new yarns! Array and Elixir 24:10 Credits
The Sundilla Radio Hour for the week of 09/12/2022 featuring: Tift Merritt “Keep You Happy” Another Country (2007 Concord) 05:05 Helen Townsend “If You Were Real” Love Lies ‘n' Leaving (2021 Helen Townsend) 04:05 Jud Caswell “Phoebe on a Fencepost” Live at the Seagull Shop (2019 Jud Caswell) 03:02 Kim Beggs “When She Divides the Town” Steel and Wool (2022 Kim Beggs) 04:28 John Smith “The Fray” The Fray Variations (2022 Commoner) 04:10 Sunny War “Caught it from the Rye” Laginappe Sessions (Sunny War) 03:47 Michael McDermott “Paris” St. Paul's Boulevard (2022 Pauper Sky) 03:42 Rhiannon Giddens “Waterbound” They're Calling Me Home (2021 Nonesuch) 03:57 Peter Mayer “Elizabeth” Romeo's Garage (1999 Little Flock) 04:56 Raye Zaragoza “He Calls Me River” Woman in Color (2020 Rebel River) 03:27 Peter Mulvey & SistaStrings “Pray for Rain” Love Is the Only Thing (2022 Peter Mulvey) 03:18 Melissa Greener “Ballad of the Snow Leopard and the Tanqueray Cowboy” Dwelling (Melissa Greener) 03:45
Did you know that a three ounce serving of lamb delivers 23 grams of protein – almost 50% of your daily protein needs? Lamb is a great meat, but largely misunderstood. Michigan farmer Elaine Palm wants to change that. She is a partner on her family's farm in Michigan, where she and her two parents raise sheep for meat and for breeding stock, plus the crops and pasture that support the sheep flock. She and her husband Rick have goals to raise their new baby on the farm. Like many farmers, Elaine and Rick have careers off the farm and spend many mornings, evenings, weekends and vacation days building the farm business. Elaine shares "When people find out I raise sheep, I get two main questions: 'Oh, like for the wool?,' and, 'Oh, how can you eat those cute little things?' When people think of the image of a lamb, I think they're often thinking about newborns at around 8-15 pounds, which can be a barrier to considering putting lamb on your plate. However, the reality is that a lamb is any sheep under one year, and lamb meat comes from animals that have, literally, more meat on their bones. Lamb meat is varied across the industry depending on age, breed type, size and body composition at the time of marketing a lamb. Lamb is often used as a specialty meat for holidays, celebrations and special events, but lamb is a great choice for lean protein any time!" She also wants dietitians to know the choices that farmers make in their business practices allow for more choice in the marketplace. "Just because I might farm one way doesn't mean that everyone should. We do what works best for our family, and we're always adapting. And all of the overwhelming options in the stores...or at farmers markets, on-farm markets, wherever you're buying food...they all come from the diversity of farm products and farm practices. That should be celebrated!"
Today I'm talking with Marina Scott. Marina leads our user research and so much more here at Making, she is a mother, designer, maker, occupational therapist, and she also happens to be one of my favorite people on this earth. Marina has a powerful story and voice, one that I'm so excited for you to hear today. You can connect with Marina on the Making app and Instagram @heartbunknitsandmore Immerse yourself in crafting culture. Making is a first-of-its-kind social marketplace app for makers, crafters, and artists where you can track projects, post to the feed, discover new makers, take classes and more! The marketplace will launch Fall 2022 and is an opportunity for sellers to increase their discoverability and audience, generate revenue, and build community. Making also just launched BRIGHT Collective—a crafty content experience delivered monthly to your inbox and the Making app! Think patterns, recipes, special discounts, monthly member events and more! We have a special 10% discount on BRIGHT Collective yearly memberships for podcast listeners! Use discount code makingconvo10 during checkout. To download the app, join the community, and become a BRIGHT Collective member, visit makingco.com today!SUPPORTERSWe're so grateful for our BRIGHT Collective supporters and wanted to give a shout out to two of them today. La Bien Aimée is an artisanal dye studio and brand of hand-dyed yarn based in Paris, France, founded by Aimée Gille. Offering a selection of best-selling and exclusive yarn bases, Aimée has developed a variety of dyeing techniques that make her colors truly unique and sophisticated. Visit their online shop at https://www.labienaimee.com/ Dances with Wool is a local yarn store located in Midlothian, VA. Their commitment to you is to offer a wide array of quality commercial and hand dyed yarns, as well as spinning and weaving equipment and supplies in a supportive and inclusive environment where all your fiber needs are met. Visit their online shop at danceswithwoolrva.comIf you'd like to be a BRIGHT Collective supporter, send us an email at email@example.com
Hannah and Justin Floyd are the creators of an intriguing material, called SolidWool. The composite is made up of wool, which is used as the reinforcement, and bio-resin that acts as a binder. The wool itself comes from the Herdwick sheep found in the Lake District that was once a staple of the carpet industry but which has recently fallen out of vogue. According to the Floyds, some farmers have taken to burning fleeces because they were fetching next to nothing on the open market. So instead, they set about finding a new use for something increasingly considered as waste and imbuing it with value. The finished result is beautifully smooth and probably best compared to fibreglass. When Grant first came across the duo at a show in Milan almost a decade ago, they were displaying a range of items made from the material, including: knives, sunglasses, a table and, perhaps most importantly, the extremely elegant Hembury Chair. After a serious health scare, the pair sold their company to Roger Oates Design in 2020. It put a new version of the Hembury back into production, with Justin staying on as a consultant. In this episode we talk about: how SolidWool is made; the importance of beauty; issues with Herdwick wool; taking inspiration from where they lived; the desire to produce ‘products with purpose'; the importance of play; why designers love chairs; working together; overcoming cancer; selling the company; and Justin's unfinished business with SolidWool. And a reminder that to visit Material Matters 2022, which runs at Bargehouse, Oxo Tower Wharf from 22-25 September you need to register here: https://www.eventbrite.co.uk/e/material-matters-2022-tickets-373171364597Support the show
We're back to Ireland! After a long discussion about money and interesting facts about it, Sidney tells us about Loftus Hall on the Hook Peninsula in County Wexford, Ireland. Yes, that is the most Irish location that exists, you are correct.LEIKENSHAREInstagram - @theghostroastpodFacebook - The Ghost Roast PodcastEmail - firstname.lastname@example.org
With crossbred wool prices remaining low, some sheep farmers are having a serious crack at adding value to the fibre they proudly grow. Canterbury farmers Jane and Mark Schwass are producing exercise mats with their wool clip.
Emily Wool of Emily Ruth Prints and I talk about content ideation, repurposing, and dive deep into ways a newsletter can successfully function in a business. Connect with Emily: Emily's Website Emily's Instagram Emily's Patreon This episode was supported by The Knitting Witchling: Instagram Etsy Learn more about Your Epic Business.
Episode 37Broccoli AddictionPink Christmas TreesSkip these ScripturesIsaiah 1-12 | September 5-11Lesson 37“God Is My Salvation”#OldTestament2022 #comefollowme #comefollowme2022 #realtalkcomefollowmeJoin hosts Ganel-Lyn Condie and John Fossum as they discuss impactful topics from this week's Come, Follow Me lesson covering these chapters in the book of Isaiah. Explore these important themes, topics, and questions: - The central, transformative, foundational, imperative truths that God wants us to learn from Isaiah- Why we as members of the Church of Jesus Christ should have an unusual love and respect for the writings of Isaiah- Imperfection in mortality and the hope cycle- Miracles because of Jesus Christ—----------------------------------------------------------------------------------Invitation: As you study Isaiah, look for HOPE! Hope for you, hope for those you love, hope for the world– and you'll see that Jesus is the source of all hope.—----------------------------------------------------------------------------------Quotes & Links: Link to Come, Follow Me Through the Old Testament Book:https://www.seagullbook.com/real-talk-real-life-scripture-journal-old-testament.html “The Book of Mormon was written for us today. God is the author of the book. It is a record of a fallen people, compiled by inspired men for our blessing today. Those people never had the book—it was meant for us. Mormon…abridged centuries of records. God, who knows the end from the beginning, told him what to include in his abridgment that we would need for our day.”(Ezra Taft Benson, Ensign, May 1975)“The scarlet dye of the Old Testament was not only colorful but also colorfast, meaning that its vivid color stuck to the wool and would not fade no matter how many times it was washed. [See “Scarlet, Crimson, Snow, and Wool,” Ensign, Dec. 2016, 64–65.] Satan wields this reasoning like a club: white wool stained scarlet can never go back to being white. But Jesus Christ declares, “My ways [are] higher than your ways,” and the miracle of His grace is that when we repent of our sins, His scarlet blood returns us to purity. It isn't logical, but it is nevertheless true.” [2019–A:73, Sharon Eubank, Christ: The Light That Shines in Darkness]“Today I testify of miracles. Being a child of God is a miracle. Receiving a body in His image and likeness is a miracle.The gift of a Savior is a miracle.The Atonement of Jesus Christ is a miracle. The potential for eternal life is a miracle. While it is good to pray for and work for physical protection and healing during our mortal existence, our supreme focus should be on the spiritual miracles that are available to all of God's children. No matter our ethnicity, no matter our nationality, no matter what we have done if we repent, no matter what may have been done to us—all of us have equal access to these miracles. We are living a miracle, and further miracles lie ahead.” [2017–O:88, Donald L. Hallstrom, Has the Day of Miracles Ceased?]Link to The Miracle of the Pink Christmas Tree article: https://www.churchofjesuschrist.org/inspiration/the-miracle-of-the-pink-christmas-tree?lang=eng—------------------------------------------------------------Real Talk is presented by Seagull Book and hosted by Ganel-Lyn Condie and John Fossum.
Tony opens the show by talking about Andy Murray and Venus Williams losing in the first round at the Citi Open, and he talks about Max Scherzer's outing against the Nats, and a special gift he got from Max and the Mets. Michael Wilbon calls in to talk about the 6 game suspension given to DeSean Watson and also about the passing of Bill Russell and his legacy. Mark Feinsand of MLB.com phones in to talk about the deals already made, and what may still happen before the deadline, and Tony closes out the show by opening up the Mailbag. Songs : The Almost Faithful “Enemy” ; Dan Bern “Turns out, Ohtani” To learn more about listener data and our privacy practices visit: https://www.audacyinc.com/privacy-policy Learn more about your ad choices. Visit https://podcastchoices.com/adchoices
Steve Austin fired up the BBQ down at the BSR & grilled up some deer sausage with his good friend Teddy Fowler. That of course led to beer drinking... and that of course led to some serious stories, musings, and planning.... Rats, shot guns, spelling, hunting, Wrestlemania 30, and The Rock - all included. Get 25% off your subscription or try out the app for FREE when you sign up now at Fitbod.me/STEVE.