Tuesday, November 20, 2007

Episode Seventy-seven: Just Breathe...

You can thank (blame?) Dawn for this.

A spinning wheel too far.

The song I've been living by lately ("Just Breathe (2am)" by Anna Nalik). Perhaps you should download a copy too, from iTunes (to make up for me using the song on the 'Cast...)?

A competition you should take part in so you can be featured like my bud Lyn.

Some amazing tapestry sites to look at: Barbara Heller's (look at Gallery One and see the 9/11 tapestry and the Afghani woman...yeesh! Tapestry never looked so amazing to me before!); American Tapestry Alliance; Desert Tapestry Weavers--our local hookup; Selvedge a textile mag;
Textile the British textile mag; awesome tapestry looms (to buy!).

Tonight!
Chapters 1-2.

3 comments:

  1. It was a wonderful surprise to get a new episode of Craftlit tonight. I enjoyed it completely, and I am so glad you are feeling better.

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  2. Hi Heather,

    I am glad, you are feeling somewhat better.
    I love Scott Brick! (uhem, I mean his voice.) He is my favourite audiobook reader. The one I am currently listening to: 28 1/2 hours playing time. That might be too much even for me, but I took it, beause I like the way he reads so much!
    You were looking for somebody in Germany? I live in Canada, but I am from Germany and still have connections, if you know what I mean. How can I help?

    Best wishes!

    Ellen

    sunnyside(dot)ellen(at)yahoo(dot)com

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  3. Hey Heather!

    I didn't know you were also a podcaster, how very cool!!!

    Thank you for posting all of these tapestry links, the link to my blog, & especially the link for Countdown to Peace.

    I came across your podcast when I did a random search to see if there were any tapestry podcasts out there in the pod-o-spere. I subscribe to Syne's WeaveCast & enjoy it, but I've been entertaining the idea of starting up a podcast for tapestry weavers...

    Maybe one day if I see you at guild you can clue me in on how to get started & MAYBE when I get more time in my life, I could be a podhead, too!

    Lyn

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