Lost and Found: Episode #42, NotesDecember 22, 2009
Once again, thank you to each and every listener/reader who informed me of the apparent successful load in iTunes. As I mentioned to Nancy, I suppose I should stop asking how this is possible and just be grateful that it happened!
Notes for this past episode are listed below:
- Little Felted Animals by Marie-Noelle Horvath, Published by Watson-Gupthill 2008, ISBN: 978-0-8230-1504-7 (0-8230-1504-1)
- Knitted Gifts by Ann Budd, Published by Interweave Press 2009, ISBN: 9781596680913
- Lily Chin’s Crochet Tips & Tricks by Lily Chin, Published by Potter Craft 2009, ISBN: 978-0-307-46106-3 (0-307-46106-8)
- Lily Chin’s Knitting Tips & Tricks by Lily Chin, Published by Potter Craft 2009, ISBN: 978-0-307-46105-6 (0-307-46105-X)
My Golding Spindle, Ebony Ring Whorl, Walnut Shaft, .84 oz.
Junk Spindles, A quick and easy tutorial (by me ^_^)
Materials required: 1 chopstick, 1 peanut butter jar lid, 1 sharp knife
With the tip of a sharp knife (I’m using a paring knife), held at a 45% angle, carve out a small hole.
Depending on your preference for a Top Whorl or Bottom Whorl Spindle, push the chopstick through the hole, allowing about 1″ of the chopstick through. (I have decided to make a Bottom Whorl Spindle).
Spin. Wonderful tutorials can be found at SpinOffMagazine.com for both Top Whorl Spindling and Bottom Whorl Spindling.