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Carrie Mtn
Attended Sonoma State University
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I started your new sock pattern. Was there a name? You could call them British waffles or potato waffles (I'm assuming potato waffles are the criss cross cut - we call waffle fries.)
Here in the states we have public radio that relies on donations. I've alsways felt "if I use it, I should support it."  Because I enjoy your podcast so much, it was easy to become a patron even though we are on a tight budget. You are worth it. Thanks for working so hard.
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Thanks. I wish there was video support to re warp the loom for the second project. Our loom has sat still because we must be making mistakes. 
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My daughter was happy to see herself on your video. Thanks.
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Thanks for the review.
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+Carrie Mtn You're welcome. Thanks for watching.
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Love your passion and I appreciated your geography/history lesson in regards to fiber! I just finished reading a book with my daughter on child labor in mills. Counting On Grace by Winthrop, is a historical fiction based on photography of Lewis Hine http://www.historyplace.com/unitedstates/childlabor/. It led us on a rabbit trail to study more on the use of children in mills such as the one in Lowell. I think Massachusetts was more strict in the enforcement of labor laws. I can't wait to hear what you have to tell us.
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The dog barking doesn't bother me. Love Pyrenese pups. :-)
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I think I might be able to make one. Thank you.
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Starting the zebra socks today. I just love your patterns and your enthusiasm. Someday, I hope to be able to take a class from you. Thanks for the tutorial.
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Love the smell of a wood workshop. :-)
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This looks super. Ignore those who complain about them being "square." It's how they taste. You did a great job demonstrating. I hope to make some tomorrow. Did you mention how high the heat should be for skillet and should it be greased? Maybe you did and I should go back and watch again. Thanks!
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+Carrie Mtn Carries, use an UNGREASED skillet.....and the heat depends on your stove/pan. Start with just under medium heat, about the 7 o'clock hour on the face of a clock. Adjust as necessary such that the tortilla browns within 45 seconds.
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Hi. Nice Podcast. I am in Fort Collins. Lambspun is still around. It is in a beautiful old house in the Norhteast corner of town. And Interveave is still in Loveland. We also have several other Fiber related businesses. Your Daily Fiber is a LYS specializing in their own alpaca and yak fibers along with regular yarns such as Cascade etc.. My Sister Knits is a quaint little shop packed full with gorgeous yarn. We also have the Loopy Ewe in the south section of town. Because of our CSU connections we have Aniroonz Sheep Co; she specializes in rare breed sheep. My personal favorite claim to Fort Collins fame is Deb Robson- rare breed sheep expert. We may not have quite the knitting reputation that Maine has, but we are very fortunate to have theses wonderful resources.
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How is it I was in Ft Collins for three years and did not knit!!!!! No Estes Wool Show either!  Ai! Colorado has great fiber/knitting resources and Deb Robson is a gem, she and Judith McKenzie are my heroines...
 
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Loved the podcast. Maine is a magical place. Thanks for the tour.
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  • Sonoma State University
    Liberal Arts/Mex-Amer Studies
  • University of Northern Colorado
    Bilingual Ed
  • Front Range Community College
    Nursing
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I am a maturing mother of four children ages 8-25. I live at the base of the Rocky Mountains. I am a believer in the red letters of Christ, a homeschooler, socially liberal and not easily put into any square peg. I love to knit, quilt, read, write but rarely do laundry. Sit down with a cuppa joe or a pot of tea and read my blog, get to know me, ask questions become friends.
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