In this Tidbit, Melanie talks about some of her favorite lesser-known spots in New York City. Do you have any of your own to share?
In this episode, Melanie talks about a dress she received from her nemesis, Deborah gives a quick update, then Savvy Mom takes over! She talks about a mystery afghan she’s working on, describes some unique holiday knitting and crocheting she did, and then reads a story from 1912!
In this Tidbit, Melanie rants about two instances of arguably-excessive content control that have been gaining popularity of late: the Clean Reader app and trigger warnings. What do you think about all this?
In this Tidbit, Melanie voices her opinion about bucket lists and shares a few goals of her own.
In this episode, Melanie recaps some recent travel adventures (including a TV appearance), describes the talk she gave at the Long Island Knitting Guild, interviews some Long Island knitters, brings back a word, and offers tips for travelling with knitting.
In this Savvy Tidbit, Melanie rants shares her thoughts about the concept of body image as social currency.
The Savvy Girls went to the Dominican Republic!
In this Tidbit, Melanie and Deborah talk about the history of Valentine’s Day.
Here it is, finally: our shamefully overdue (and somewhat abbreviated) episode from the 2014 New York State Sheep and Wool Festival in Rhinebeck, New York. In this episode, the girls talk to Sheila from Bosworth Spindles, Chris from Into the Whirled, Ron from The Buffalo Wool Co., and listener and super-nice person Alison …