Show note for episode 12
Rachel has IBS and really struggles with eating wheat and gluten. I have also been cutting out Gluten for health reasons and so when she wanted to go for High Tea again (3rd year in a row) we had to have a rethink.
We decided to have a tea at home for a few of her little girl friends
I was contacted by CNA to be part of their rhino craft project. We got the most amazing craft box from them, the attention to detail was very impressive and a personalised letter was a fantastic touch. Watched our video to see what we got in the box and see our Paper Mache Rhino Tutorial.
Show notes for Episode 11
I don’t think Woolhelmia on Ravelry had any idea as to just what a responce she would get when she posted this simple message on the South African group on Ravelry
Do you have a favourite colour?
I have always struggled with this question. As a child I liked Pink and then for a long time did not have a favourite. This may seem surprising as a lot of people presume my favourite is Pink. And while I do love Pink and I have a lot of Pink stuff there is a colour which has been catching my eye more and more recently.
Show notes for Podcast 10
The Geek said I looked like Liewie Keksie
Why do I knit? I was once told I look like I should be dancing in a night club and not knitting. Was this because I have pink hair and am not an old lady? So why do I knit?
K – Knowledge: because I can. My mother taught me how to knit as a young child. I grew up surrounded by crafts and saw their value as I watched them being created. It all starts with being taught. Sadly so many have a bad start at school and are put off for life. Find the right person to teach you. Once you have the basics, the options are limitless you can just keep adding new skills. The list of things you can make is endless. Learning and challenging our mind is said to keep Alzheimer’s and Dementia at bay – bonus.
Show notes for Episode 8