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 …
In this Tidbit, Melanie talks about working as a freelancer.
Deborah returns and the girls talk about what they’ve been up to. Then, Melanie caps off the show with some book recommendations and and a brought-back word. Linkies: Melanie’s presentation at the booking conference (10:08-15:52) Book: I Capture the Castle Book: The First Fifteen Lives of Harry August Book: The …
In this Tidbit, Melanie suggests some ways to pamper yourself.
In this episode, Savvy Mom joins Melanie for a cozy chat.
In this Tidbit, Melanie makes recommendations of books, words, music, and movies that you should check out this holiday season.
In this episode, we catch up with five great interviews that we’ve done recently. Nicol (aka SAChoirGirl) Kate Atherley from Knitty.com A 97-year-old knitter in Toronto Naomi Esau, who recently performed Melanie’s knitting play in rural Alberta, Canada Jan from the Twinset Designs podcast
In this Tidbit, Melanie talks about the history of pinball.