Episode 162 – Solving Problems with Fire

In Episode 162, Greg and Pam discuss colds, chili, and car crochet.

Many thanks to rischarwoman Heather and EctonKnitter Karen for the episode introduction! They are representing the Sunflower Knitters Guild in Kansas City, MO. We would love to have YOU record and introduction to the show! You can find details in the Ravelry Group Pages or on our website here.

Check out our group on Facebook! We would love to have you join us there. We would also love us to submit questions for us to answer on a future episode. You can ask us with this form.


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Book Club
  • In Episode 161 we covered the first 3 introductory chapters of our new book club book, Adventures in Yarn Farming by Barbara Parry. We will cover the first 2 chapters of the section Spring in Episode 163. Share how you are enjoying the book on social media with #unravelingbookclub.
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