Episode 32: Spinning, Stitching, Festivals, & Dvorak

Couldn't resist photographing these small to large sheep bums at the Michigan Fiber Festival this year!

Couldn't resist photographing these small to large sheep bums at the Michigan Fiber Festival this year!

Pebble Beach by Helen Stewart

Pebble Beach by Helen Stewart

I asked viewers in this episode to let me know the name of another one of their favorite podcasts.  Here is an aggregated list in no particular order in case you're looking for a new one!  

  • The Autumn Acorn Knits
  • Cody Knits Podcast
  • Ewe University with Kristine Kelly
  • Garden Answer
  • In a Pickle
  • Hooked on Owls
  • Chevyrell
  • Must Love Yarn
  • Stitching the High Notes
  • Espace Tricot
  • Roxanne Richardson
  • Knitting Pipeline
  • Hanna from Sheep's Ally
  • My Gathering Basket Podcast
  • The Green Bean Podcast
  • The Knitting Monk
  • Kammebornia
  • The Crazy Sock Lady
  • Fruity Knitting
  • Knot Your Average Knits
  • Wool & Cookies
  • Ninja Chickens
  • Skeindeer
  • Cozy Up Knits Podcast
  • Big LIttle Knits
  • But I'm Knitting Podcast
  • Old Salt Knitting Podcast
  • Flame and Fiber Podcast
  • Bakery Bears
  • Little Drops of Wonderful
  • Knotty Knit Wits
  • Honey Bee Knits
  • WTF Knitting
  • The Last Homely House East of the Sea
  • Earthtones Girl
  • A Wooden Nest
  • Fiber Hustle
  • The Slow Knitter
  • Proper Pineapple Podcast
  • The Knit Girlls

Episode 32


Pebble Beach - Helen Stewart
The Shift - Andrea Mowry
Happy Camper Mittens - Keri Malley
Inspired Needle, Lemont, IL
Tomorrow's Heirlooms, Glen Ellyn, IL
Q Snaps
3-Ply Podcast
Wool and Cookies Podcast
The Golden Spinning Wheel Symphonic Poem by Dvorak
Stitches Midwest
Michigan Fiber Festival: Podcaster Meetup
Knitting Envy
Chasing Acorns
The Yarn and Me
The Woolen Homestead
Hooked On Owls
The Proper Pineapple

The Loom of Time - Author Unknown

Man's life is laid in the loom of time
To a pattern he does not see,
While the weavers work and the shuttle fly
Till the dawn of eternity.

Some shuttles are filled with silver threads
And some with threads of gold,
While often but the darker hues
Are all that they may hold.

But the weaver watches with skillful eye
Each shuttle fly to and fro
And sees the pattern so deftly wrought
As the loom moves sure and slow.

God surely planned the pattern:
Each thread, the dark and fair,
Is chosen by His master skill
And placed in the web with care.

He only knows its beauty,
And guides the shuttles which hold
The threads so unattractive,
As well as the threads of gold.

Not till each loom is silent,
And the shuttles cease to fly,
Shall God reveal the pattern
And explain the reason why

The dark threads were as needful
In the weaver's skillful hand
As the threads of gold and silver
For the pattern which He planned.