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Join host Allison Korleski as she talks with people from all corners of the yarniverse: designers and dyers, shepherds and spinners, publishers and pathfinders. From family farms in the American heartland to a woman’s cooperative in Afghanistan, each episode explores what connects us as knitters and makers.
 
The Marginal Gains Podcast, presented by Silca is the show that makes a big deal about the little things, and how those little things...can be a big deal. Josh Poertner of Silca, along with Hottie and Fatty, talks about all aspects of cycling — design, manufacturing, marketing, riding, racing, management and most likely every from a thoughtful perspective. It's a podcast for the thinking cyclist.
 
Rural Broadband Today is a new podcast focused on one of the most important issues facing Rural America. It tells the stories of those working to bring broadband internet access within reach of every citizen. This interview-style show presents conversations with elected officials, industry experts and business leaders at the forefront of America’s efforts to solve the rural broadband challenge.
 
Want to worship God with every fiber of your being? The Holistic Christian Life podcast will show you how to be intentional in every area of your life. Cynthia Damaskos, a Certified Holistic Health Coach will guide you with interviews that will educate and inspire. Sometimes focused on the body, sometimes on the mind or emotions, but always linked to our soul. Holistically. As God created!
 
The weave podcast, a project of GIST: Yarn & Fiber, brings together a community of fiber artists and people who love weaving, farmers and mill owners, textile artists and loom manufacturers, to tell the stories of the threads that bind us together.
 
Jason, Ben, and Corrigan play classic LucasArts video games (and related games) and talk about them. They cover the history, gameplay, and the most difficult puzzles from those old adventure games you love. Monkey Island, Indiana Jones, Sam & Max, and Day of the Tentacle are all covered here, plus a few insights, interviews, and some snazzy music. Plus a bunch more of course. New episodes up monthly. Relive your youth or someone else’s!
 
Being over 40 can make getting healthy and fit much harder. The 40+ Fitness Podcast is designed to address various health, fitness, and nutrition topics with you in mind. Your host, Allan Misner wants to encourage, educate and entertain you as you travel on your health and fitness journey. Lose weight over 40. Get fit over 40.
 
F This Knit is the knitting podcast you'll swear by! Amber, Emily, and Erin are three fiber friends who talk about knitting, spinning, yarn, and whatever else catches their fancy. In addition to our topic for the episode, we discuss News, Finished Objects, Works In Progress, New Projects, and Stash Enhancements.
 
We are two friends podcasting from the alternately frozen or boiling mosquito-ridden Canadian prairies. Between us we do knitting, crochet, spinning, sewing, and eventually weaving. Diana: Software and web developer by day, fiber fiend by night. And also sometimes in the day. Find me on Ravelry as wool-rat and on Twitter as @artemis_134. Jocelyn: Living proof that going blind does not mean slowing down. From owning my own etsy shop to teaching myself to knit and falling in love with fiber cr ...
 
Hello fiber friend! I'm Evie and I make yarn on my spindles and spinning wheels. Welcome to my podcast where I chat about fiber and spinning including: what I'm making with my handspun yarn, fun facts about spinning history, good spinning reads, fun finds and unboxings, an occasional breed study, plus tips for cultivating personal expression and creativity. I also have a spinning Q&A where I answer specific spinning questions from my listeners about their spinning adventures. Grab a cup of t ...
 
Working at Louisiana Farm Bureau, my coworkers and I get to travel the state telling stories for farmers on our TV show, This Week In Louisiana Agriculture. What we’ve found is that there are a lot of interesting aspects that don’t make it into the finished story you see on the show. This podcast is our way to more fully tell that story. Our hope is that you better understand the issues farmers face every single day, and that he or she isn’t much different from you and I. We want this podcas ...
 
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This week on the podcast Christopher talks with Stacy Cantrell, Vice President of Engineering at Huntville Utilities in Alabama. Huntsville’s (pop. 197,000) municipal utility serves well beyond the city boundaries, and its electric department built a major network that gets close to every house within the city limits. Stacy shares how the 1,100-mil…
 
Moving, organizing, dog training, and surprisingly only one real project each! Nevertheless we persist with the chatting! Row gauge issues might solve the mystery of running out of yarn. Full show notes with photos and links can be found in the podcast section of our shop website: TwoEwesFiberAdventures.com. Also, we have a coupon code for 3GreenSi…
 
We took a quick break from Little Nightmares to play another MOLMF classic: Star Wars Squadrons. It's a new Star Wars game so of course we had to play it and we were even lucky enough to bring in our old Friend Of Low Moral Fiber Sean Thompson to help us take her for a spin! Thanks again to Sean for joining us! And of course, you can always find us…
 
In the last two podcasts, for some reason I said the livestreams were archived on Facebook, which is not true. I didn't even catch it as I was editing. Instead of the tedious process of edit and releasing the episodes, I decided to record this separate little audio. The livestreams originate on Twitch.TV under Yarnspinnerstales The videos will stay…
 
First up in the podcast is a report on my study of the Lonk Sheep Breed. It's short so I went on to talk about all the spinning projects I have currently going that involve the Merino Breed. Later, I will do a more complete breed study for that breed. Finally, I talk about the second Tour de Fleece that ran from Aug 26th to Sept 20th, and what I sp…
 
What’s in Our Cup wine made by friends raspberry leaf tea Cool Threads Diana: Sockhead Slouch Glam Lamb Sweater Bloomsbury Mitts Jocelyn: Campfire Cardigan Woolly Workings Jocelyn: Eight-Bit Sweater Grandpa Socks (Vanilla Socks out of Striped Wonder Wool from Loops and Threads) Aunt’s blanket of many squares (a.k.a blanket of doom) out of Bernat Pr…
 
This week Cynthia has a candid discussion with Father Stephen Siniari. They talk about his book Big in Heaven, specifically the stories relating to fear and the overall theme of relationships. They also share their own stories of Orthodoxy and what it means to them. We hope that this interview is inspiring and heartwarming! Father Stephen N. Siniar…
 
I am enjoying autumn and the changing of the seasons so much right now. You can see all the autumn leaves in the Arboreal sweater I just finished knitting and with a huge project off my needles, I'm reflecting on what projects I'm going to refocus on and what projects I'm going to let go of. I will also talk about some fiber that is inspiring me fo…
 
40% of farm land is expected to change hands in the next decade. Consolidation of farming operations - at the commodity level - is going to continue, which means bigger acres in the operation. These trends are real and they are coming at a time of great technological change to how we live and work. Enter CashRent.com, the online method of leasing f…
 
In this week’s episode, LaChaun is speaking to Torrey Beckham. Torrey is a Texas-born Brooklyn-based interdisciplinary artist who weaves, uses plants, and many other creative mediums as outlets of expression. Torrey’s palette, texture choices, and subject matters all have their roots in Torrey’s personal experiences growing up Black. Torrey’s work …
 
In Episode 91, Greg and Pam discuss fish knitting, dead microwaves, and virtual knitting opportunities. They also cover part of chapter 4 in Knitting Rules! Special thanks to Clay Groves from the Fish Nerds Podcast for this episode’s intro! SPONSORS We are Knitcrate Ambassadors! Are you the kind of knitter who would enjoy receiving a surprise packa…
 
Before Open Cycles and the now-famous U.P., Gerard and Josh collaborated in Europe with Test Team Cervelo. Like a lot of guests on this show, Gerard Vroomen is an engineer first. He and Phil White took a school project they started in a basement in Montreal and turned into Cervelo Bikes. Against much bigger companies, their bikes not only revolutio…
 
What’s in Our Cup scotch (Laphroaig Quarter Cask) decaf coffee (Co-op French Roast) Cool Threads Diana: Sockhead Slouch Glam Lamb Sweater Bloomsbury Mitts Woolly Workings Jocelyn: Eight-Bit Sweater Grandpa Socks (Vanilla Socks out of Striped Wonder Wool from Loops and Threads) Esmerelda Throw Halloween top hat Aunt’s blanket of many squares (a.k.a …
 
A little over three years ago in Episode 232 we heard from Lyndon Township, Michigan just after a ballot initiative passed to fund and build a municipal network. 43% of the community turned out for the vote, and the measure passed by a ratio of two to one. Today we revisit Lyndon Township Broadband, with Christopher joined by Ben Fineman, President…
 
Doctor Albert Rossi joins Cynthia to talk about his new book All is Well. In a timely interview, they discuss overcoming anxiety due to past trauma and current events. While quoting many of Fr. Thomas Hopko’s maxims, Dr. Rossi connects the dots on how we should be living out our daily lives in way that promotes peace in our souls. Director of Field…
 
On this week's podcast, Drs. Baraki and Feigenbaum talk about alcohol, health, and performance.Referenceshttps://pubmed.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/22420701/ https://pubmed.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/29385007/ https://pubmed.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/32460793/ https://www.uspreventiveservicestaskforce.org/uspstf/document/RecommendationStatementFinal/unhealthy-alcohol-use-in-ado…
 
The state just north of my home state has an interesting array of Agricultural production. From cherries to wine grapes to hops and hemp, Michigan’s micro climates make for some interesting Agriculture. Christie Apple - known online to her fans and followers as Crop Scout Christie - consults for producers of 18 different Ag commodities. And, even m…
 
In this week’s episode, I’m speaking with Indigo Farmer, Textile Artist & Dressmaker Leigh Magar. Leigh’s textile design studio Madame Magar is inspired by art, nature, folkways, and history. Her studio embraces a seed to stitch design philosophy that explores the history, a rich yet tangled past of place; while living and working on a former indig…
 
Perimenopause is a time when a woman's hormones are going amuck and it can literally ruin her life. Amanda Thebe's book, Menopocolypse, takes you through her journey and the journeys of 1000s of other women so you can know what to expect and thrive during menopause. Also, Amanda wants to send you a signed copy of the book. Go to 40plusfitnesspodcas…
 
What’s in Our Cup Twinings Goodnight Blend Lemon Ginger from Stash Cool Threads Jocelyn: Campfire Cardigan Diana: Flax Pullover Mr. Diana Vanilla Socks for Mr. Diana Woolly Workings Jocelyn: Eight-Bit Sweater Candy Corn Cat Grandpa Socks (Vanilla Socks out of Striped Wonder Wool from Loops and Threads) ghost Oogie Boogie Zero Diana: Eight-Bit Sweat…
 
In this show, I will discuss the differences between a 3-ply and a 2-ply yarn that I spun with a targhee braid, I will share about a project I'm working on with some spooky Corriedale that will be woven on my large floor loom, "Bertha" and how I'm finishing that yarn with the final project in mind. I will also talk about a vintage Ashford Tradition…
 
In Episode 90, Greg and Pam discuss auction knitting, sock spinning, and caring (or not) about gauge. They also start chapter 4 in Knitting Rules! Special thanks to kbamr Keri for this episode’s intro! She has a fun new pattern, Go Your Own Way Cowl (both knit and crochet) (great stash buster) and a Mystery Make Along in her group. Use coupon code …
 
We downloaded this game YEARS ago, so it's a pleasure to finally get to talk about it as we welcome in Dr. Wendi Sierra onto the pod as a scholar, game developer, writer, and Oneida tribe member. We start off getting into who Wendi is and diving into her area of research, then we dive into the game itself and all of our experiences playing it. Afte…
 
This week on the podcast Christopher welcomes back Lee Brown, President and CEO of Erwin Utilities, to talk about what’s been going on since we last spoke with them more than three and a half years ago. Erwin is a town of around 6,000 and the county seat of Unicoi County, Tennessee, along the state’s eastern border. The two revisit the success Erwi…
 
Nobody enjoyed seeing (or hearing about) Chloé Dygert's recent crash, but it was an extraordinary illustration of one of the effects discussed in our most recent episode on Bifurcation. Josh breaks it down (and we all wish her a fast recovery and speedy return to racing). We also discuss UCI frame rules modifications, and how those open the door fo…
 
Cynthia and Father Joshua Makoul talk about healing from trauma, both past and present as they delve into his new book Healing Your Wounded Soul: Growing from Pain to Peace. What are the tools we can use? How can we help others? If you are struggling right now or know someone who is, this interview could be very helpful. Fr. Joshua Makoul has been …
 
Expanding on episode 157’s subject of commodity promotion, this episode asks the question: Can promotion keep up with production? As farmers continue to produce greater quantity of everything from shrimp to soybeans, can marketing effort keep selling the excess quantity? There are three paths to marketplace profitability in commodity production. Th…
 
In this episode, our Pain & Rehab Team discusses the management of common running injuries and creating sustainable programming for novice to more seasoned runners, while answering questions from social media.References: https://www.barbellmedicine.com/blog/strength-training-for-endurance-athletes-part-i-resistance-training-and-injury-risk/Esculier…
 
Since receiving my stenciled fabric from FiberTrek Sarah, I’ve been in a stitch trance. In this episode, I talk about starting my first Alabama Chanin-inspired garment. There’s a bit of knitting, a recommendation for a tile-placement game, and poems by Nobel prize winner Louise Glück. Savory Dishes with Apples Chicken Normande Waldorf Salad Buttern…
 
In this week’s episode, LaChaun is speaking with Chawne Kimber an African-American mathematician and quilter, known for expressing her political activism in her quilts. In Chawne’s quilts, she interprets traditional forms in an improvisational style using vibrant modern colors of commercially available American-farmed, processed, and woven cotton. …
 
Over the past eight years, I've followed a ketogenic diet (low carb diet) for much of the year in a way of eating I call, Seasonal Ketosis. It is a part of my ancestral-based lifestyle to promote health, fitness, longevity, and joy. Seasonal Ketosis is a form of cyclic ketogenic diet based on seasons, where I'll have a season of feasting and a seas…
 
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