Episode 49: A fair amount of enabling

I’m terrible at keeping New Year’s Resolutions (who isn’t?). I am still trying to consistently post show notes, but sometimes the only way to get an episode published is to just get it up there!

My recording schedule has been a bit wonky lately, and I think I’m going to have to officially change things up. While I like recording in the mornings, it’s not really working with my schedule anymore. Stay tuned!

And now…show notes!

I visited Park Avenue Yarns in League City on Sunday for a meet-up with some local knitters. Local to Houston. None of us live near this LYS, but it was so worth the trip! Park Avenue Yarns is a lovely store with everything you could want! I was like a kid in a candy store! I was mostly good, though, and only bought one treat. The other things I bought were either necessities (some stitch holders and Eucalan) or something I have been wanting to buy but have been unable to find at other yarn stores (bare yarn and dye!). If you are ever in the Houston area and want to go on a yarny adventure, I highly recommend making the trek to Park Avenue Yarns!


Olympic Forest Baby Blanket – This isn’t blocked yet, but I’ll do that today.

Easy to Wear Cowl


Worsted Boxy
Sock Yarn Blanket


Hiwassee Creek Dyeworks Merino/Bamboo in Glacier
Kitty Mine Crafts Stellar Top (Merino/Mulberry Silk/Stellina) in King Tut


Bag from Little Skein in the Big Wool (image from shop listing)

Vice Brazen DK in the Park Avenue Yarns Colorway

Kitty Mine Crafts Stellar Top (Merino/Mulberry Silk/Stellina) in King Tut (image from shop listing)

Twist Fiber Studio Superfine Merino in Clown College

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 In the Kitchen Glazed Lemon Loaf from Sally’s Baking Addiction cookbook  

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Roasted Vegetables
Chili – Slightly modified from this Two Alarm Chili recipe

What I’m Reading

Finished The Killer Angels by Michael Shaara and Gentlemen of the Road by Michael Chabon
Currently reading The Scar Boys by Len Vlahos

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