Episode 187: Thursday Live, Getting it Done

Episode 187: Thursday Live, Getting it Done
  • Angela Jorgensen
Comments 25
  • Shelley Richardson
    Shelley Richardson

    I’m late to the party but the book I am reading is UNRAVELING, by Peggy Orenstein. It is a fascinating tale of the writer wanting to go from the fibre (shearing the sheep) to knitting the garment. It is full of really interesting facts and tales about how we are lucky enough to yarn of all kinds and the evolution of the production of fibre threads. Whether you’re a rug hooker or a knitter I think you’d really enjoy this read.

  • Deb MacIntosh
    Deb MacIntosh

    I just finished reading The Brightest Day,the Darkest night by an Irish writer,Brendan Graham.

  • Diana

    Book, You shouldn’t Have come here. By Jeneva Rose

  • Cathie

    LaHave bakery still has seed bread.. and it’s still delicious. The bakery has really expanded.

  • Terry Turner Mitchell
    Terry Turner Mitchell

    Hello from Port Williams Nova Scotia and I’m currently reading Irish Fairy Tales.
    Enjoy your long weekend.

  • Patricia Merson
    Patricia Merson

    I have only hooked with wool fabric strips, but after learning about your blog and watching, I see that yarn is also a choice. As a knitter I have plenty of that—my question is-if you are making a rung for the floor, is yarn ‘hardy’ enough for that? Thank you-PLM

  • Joyce B
    Joyce B

    Finally finished, BILOXI BOYS by Grisham. Love a period book. This is mid century and up to the eighties.

  • Nancy Doucette
    Nancy Doucette

    Reading Cloud Cuckoo Land by Anthony Doerr. Really great book, I loved it!

  • Donna Wright
    Donna Wright

    The Octopus book is called Remarkably Bright Creatures which is a great book.

  • Janette Geasley
    Janette Geasley

    Maybe You Should Talk to Someone by Lori Gottlieb.

    Question- What hook is this? I’d love to get one!!

  • Marion

    Just read Demon Copperhead. Barbara Kingsolver portrays this character in Appalachian with great understanding.

  • Frances Ardizzi
    Frances Ardizzi

    I went to the website to watch the Live today and it says This is private. Could you please check when you have time. Or is it my iPad.

  • Frances Ardizzi
    Frances Ardizzi

    I went to the website to watch the Live today and it says This is private. Could you please check when you have time. Or is it my iPad.

  • Pat Macleod
    Pat Macleod

    I’m reading Seashells In My Pocket by Jennifer Melville

  • Karyn ccox
    Karyn ccox

    Reading The Aging Brain. Wonderful strategies to stay alert and recommended food.

  • Janice Pelton
    Janice Pelton

    I’m reading “The Homecoming” by Kate Morton and loving it! Good family saga switching back and forth from 1959 to 2018 and takes place in Adelaide and Sydney, Australia.

  • Claire Quinn
    Claire Quinn

    Lessons in Chemistry is a great book.

  • Teresa Heinze
    Teresa Heinze

    These Is My Words by Nancy Turner. It’s a diary about the Arizona Territories in 1881-1901.

  • Claire Quinn
    Claire Quinn

    Does your wrist or hand ever get sore from hooking a lot?

  • Anne Bird
    Anne Bird

    Good morning from Columbia Kentucky

  • Claire Quinn
    Claire Quinn

    Hi from Quebec

  • Teresa Heinze
    Teresa Heinze

    Good morning from Lubbock TX

  • Audrey

    Good morning from Orangeville Ontario

  • Jennifer Melville
    Jennifer Melville

    Bonjour from foggy Cow Bay, NS

  • Danielle Marois
    Danielle Marois

    Bonjour de Venise-en-Quebec 👋👋

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