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  • That Strphen West video is awesome. Totally changed the vibe on my morning walk with the dogs!!

  • Thanks Ann! I think I will be singing “1612” all day. Only makes sense since I’ve been singing the Stephen West song since I heard it last week. Glad to see you back blogging.

  • I feel exactly the same way about Alec Baldwin. Thanks for reminding me about Here’s The Thing – I haven’t listened to that in ages!

  • Only heard West’s so far. Thank you!! He’s too funny. You & Ksy have your work cut out fur your next youtube (or whatever it is you KooL gals post things on thee days.)

  • ANN
    How could you miss this watch & listen that came out of CMAs in Nashville this week! Ok, I’m obsessed with it.


  • Just as good as Squirrel Cop is another classic This American Life, the first segment of “Fiasco” about a production of Peter Pan – dangerous to listen to while driving because tears of laughter may cloud your vision!

    Thanks for the music links – Antwaun Stanley & Vulfpeck are pretty amazing, and three songs in at least, Margarine seems like perfect Sunday morning music. Music + knitting, this day is really shaping up!

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  • Thanks so much for the music! Love love love that Antwuan. Margarine’s good, too. I’d like to hear their next cd. They’ll settle in a bit more.

  • If for no other reason than the Stephen West video, I’m so grateful for your return to blogging!

  • OMG that West video.

  • Made my day with this. THANKs.

  • Still not getting no stinkin’ notification of new posts…so I have to endure the agony of checking the blog daily. Trying again.

    • Hi Michele! Thanks for checking in. I see your email in the newsletter list, which we haven’t activated yet by actually sending a newsletter. (We’re looking to launch the newsletter before long.) If you’d like a new post notification for every time we post, just click the “Notify me of new posts by email” option that appears in the Leave a Comment window. I’m not seeing your email in the new posts list, so if you’ve already signed up, might be good to try it again–and let me know if you don’t start getting new post notification!

  • Having a very MDK Sunday. Just cast on 276 stitches using the great tip in the post about Honeycowl while listening to Alec interview Roz. Thanks for the tip and link. So happy that you’re back to blogging.

  • Love you gals. So glad that Clara alerted us to your blog.

    P.S. I made Absorba, the Great as a wedding gift two or three years ago for a friends son’s wedding. It never got to them (left in my car riding around in package for months) so I eventually gave it to my mom. SHE LOVES IT! She told me, “You know that bathmat you gave me? The one you never got to David and his wife? It’s the best bath mat ever. Ohhh yes!” So, I’m making another one for my neice…………..who got married the end of August. We’ll see who REALLY ends up with that one. 🙂

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  • Thanks for sharing the video

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  • Haven’t made it past the West fun squad yet. I’m a big fan of the zany fun and wild creativity that West brings to the knitting world. He is a force. Also a big fan of Chast, whose book on her aging parents is a must for those of us dealing with the same. And, needless to say, I’m a big fan of you two, but like someone else in this thread, I have been unable to make the notification thingie work, despite signing up twice now. (sad, whiny face here). Not a biggie, cuz I have you in my bookmarks, but thought you might like to know.

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  • Stephen West’s video is Awesome! Thanks, Ann, for turning us on to it.


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    (The young people are better than the old people. I know it has always been so, but it still is a shocking realization. Thank David for me.)

    put it in my pocket put it in my pocket

    UH OH


  • Thanks for keeping me “hip.”

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  • Thanks for the music recommendations. Loving Vulfpeck!

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  • Thanks for everything!

  • I’ve been in a long recovery mode and your website and posts, etc. have given me the yearning for when I can knit again. Thanks ladies!