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487: ch 18 Anne of Green Gables

Links for you: Waterloo Stove: Russets are apples: Ipecac taffy - could have been toffee or could have been Fannie Farmer’s 1896 recipe for Velvet Molasses Candy (pulled taffy) Sir John A MacDonald:


486: Ch 17 Anne of Green Gables

The artists I mentioned: The really cool template store: TCR Crafts For this really cool paper pieced quilt from the Blue Moth Doings blog:


485 - Chapter 16 - Anne of Green Gables

All The Things! Silicone sponges Scum Off Shower Cleaner from (plus I really like these two sponges - the scrubby one and the smooth one) The Anne of Green Gables cookbook! Red Crocheted Woolen Hood & blue crossover You can find Laura’s crossover shawl Comfort of a Friend (adult) pattern and more (like the children's pattern) at her Stashmuffin page on Ravelry or find more of her genius at Laura Ricketts Designs And lookee what Laurie did while listening:


484 - Chapter 15 - Anne of Green Gables

Links for you: Nibbler blogpost and iOS store Nibbler - Pen & Paper News by Austin Tooley (sorry only on iOS so far) My electrical handiwork: My scrappy side table (which I used a for which I used a pocket jig): Spruce Gum Let's Communicate! Sign up for the (infrequent) Email/newsletter list here. Get the most recent email here (though it won't have your name on it). Ways to subscribe to CraftLit: your weekly annotated audiobook podcast: Click here to subscribe via iTunes Click here to...


483 - Chapters 12-14 - Anne of Green Gables

Newsletter on where I’ve been and will continue to be for a bit Heatherly Walker/Yarn Yenta’s book! And from Robin: an alternative view point on the Walk Out Not Up movement. In most cases of child on child violence, it is the bully that kills their classmate and that is generally true for the young school shooters as well. Even in Columbine, the shooters were more often the harassers than they were the victims. Here is a rebuttal to the Walk-Up concept Also, for some of the kids who are...


482 - Chapters 10-11 - Anne of Green Gables

The Newsletter on where I've been (and will be) Thank you John in Indiana - The Kitchen is not clean until Dish Rag is scalded! Turmeric - Journal of Medicinal Food: "...In conclusion, these RCTs provide scientific evidence that supports the efficacy of turmeric extract (about 1000 mg/day of curcumin) in the treatment of arthritis. ...more rigorous and larger studies are needed to confirm the therapeutic efficacy of turmeric for arthritis." (Daily James W., Yang Mini, and Park Sunmin....


481 : Chs 8-9 Anne of Green Gables

Crafty-cleaning More cleaning info and has products and a zillion tips, and all the listener emails: Lex recommended pet aquarium limescale remover (like for turtle or lizard tanks), Yvonne of Lavendar Sheep recommends 1:1 white vinegar to dawn - heat the vinegar to mix (the only time you’ll need to heat it), put both in a spray bottle, shake, spray, leave 30 min, scrub, rinse. Here’s the evil hard water. Sigh… Question - does this have anything to do with cleaning...


480 : Chs 5-7 Anne of Green Gables

—skunk cabbage By Sue Sweeney. - The Monday Garden. Archived at, CC BY-SA 3.0, Link —“looks like a Gimlet” By Wikipedia user Saintswithin -, Public Domain, Link —Presbyterian Shorter Catechism —Now I lay me down to sleep - originally published in the New England Primer, Calvinist, compiled by Benjamin Harris, 1683 —Peep of Day series (original Amazon) —The REAL Captivity Narrative: Penelope Stout


479: Chs 3-4 Anne of Green Gables

Art of Recycle. Do it! The “real” Avonlea is Cavendish. Sentimental Journey by Laurence Sterne, the source for “Scope of Imagination”. A feather tick is the mattress (ish). Candle extinguisher—here is a “snuffer” and here Scrooge is using a GIANT one to “put out” the Ghost of Christmas Past: Liza - the taking-things-literally gal (watch at 1:30 and especially 2:12) or watch her Ikea goofiness.


478: Ch 1-2 - Start Anne of Green Gables

Chapters 1-2 Anne of Green Gables Ms Rachel is Surprised & Matthew is Surprised (too!) Sorrel Mare Wellerism sort of the root of the Irishman joke (similar to this one: Paddy is in jail. Guard looks in his cell and sees him hanging by his feet. “What the hell you doing?” he asks. “Hanging myself” Paddy replies. “It should be around your neck” says the Guard. “I know” says Paddy “but I couldn’t breathe”.) Reminds me of the Mr Dooley stories we learned about from Biscuits Ex Machina History...


477: Lucy Maud Montgomery

At last! Lucy Maud Montgomery! Updates and Info: - you can learn more about premium audio here. - you can sign up for premium audio at this link, PLUS doing so from here means you can listen to the free podcast on the app AND access the premium audio on the site and the app. THIS is the ONLY way to get premium audio on the app. - you can get free and premium audio here - for now. I am still researching to see if it's such a...


12 Days of CraftLit - Twelfth Day

Twelfth Day… (Find all the days here Thank you William John Locke (20 March 1863 – 15 May 1930) was a novelist and playwright, born in Cunningsbury St George, Christ Church, Demerara, British Guyana. In 1894 he published his first novel, At the Gate of Samaria, but he did not achieve real success for another decade, with The Morals of Marcus Ordeyne (1905) and The Beloved Vagabond (1906). Chambers Biographical Dictionary wrote of his "long series of novels and plays which...


12 Days of CraftLit - Eleventh Day

Eleventh Day… (Find all the days here) Thank you Charles Dickens (7 February 1812 – 9 June 1870) was an English writer and social critic. He created some of the world's most memorable fictional characters and is generally regarded as the greatest novelist of the Victorian period. During his life, his works enjoyed unprecedented fame, and by the twentieth century his literary genius was broadly acknowledged by critics and scholars. His novels and short stories continue to be...


12 Days of CraftLit - Tenth Day

Tenth Day… (Find all the days here) Thank you Arnold Bennett (27 May 1867 – 27 March 1931) Enoch Arnold Bennett was an English writer. He is best known as a novelist, but he also worked in other fields such as journalism, propaganda, and film. The Christmas Eve Burglary (1906) Read by: Ruth Golding (31:20) Sir Jehosephat (Sir Jee), A Cresage (?) , Whoever Velasquez might be…HA!, Some part of Mr Smith introduction was funny or important, Nelson Column Ellis Parker Butler...


12 Days of CraftLit - Ninth Day

Ninth Day… (Find all the days here) Thank you Charles Lutwidge Dodgson (27 January 1832 – 14 January 1898) better known by the pen name Lewis Carroll, was an English writer, mathematician, logician, Anglican deacon and photographer. His most famous writings are Alice's Adventures in Wonderland and its sequel Through the Looking-Glass, as well as the poems "The Hunting of the Snark" and "Jabberwocky", all examples of the genre of literary nonsense. He is noted for his facility...


12 Days of CraftLit - Eighth Day

Eighth Day… (Find all the days here) Thank you Marion Clifford, Lady Dunboyne (c.1841 - 1919) daughter of Henry Morgan-Clifford, a British Liberal Party politician, and wife of the 15th/25th Baron Dunboyne, an Irish peer. She sometimes also wrote under her married name Marion Clifford-Butler. Bertie’s Ride (p.98) Read by: BookAngel7 (23:49) Richard Harding Davis (1864 - 1916) was a journalist and writer of fiction and drama, known foremost as the first American war...


12 Days of CraftLit - Seventh Day

Seventh Day… (Find all the days here) Thank you Andrew Barton "Banjo" Paterson () xmas short works 2015 Santa Claus Read by: Son the Exiles (2:09) Rudyard Kipling (30 December 1865 – 18 January 1936) was an English short-story writer, poet, and novelist chiefly remembered for his tales and poems of British soldiers in India, and his tales for children. He was born in Bombay, in the Bombay Presidency of British India, and was taken by his family to England when he was five...


12 Days of CraftLit - Sixth Day

Sixth Day… (Find all the days here) Thank you Elizabeth Anderson And that’s all she wrote! Goblin Christmas Read by: Linda Ferguson 6:45 Abbie Phillips Walker (1867 - 1951) And that’s all we’ve got on her. Why Santa Claus was Late Read by: David Lawrence Elizabeth Harrison Thazit. Little Gretchen and the Wooden Shoe Read by: Alyssa McCaslan Rebecca Sophia Clarke (February 22, 1833-August 10, 1906) also known as Sophie May, was an American author of children's fiction. She...


12 Days of CraftLit - Fifth Day

Fifth Day of Craftlit (Find all the days here) Thank you Elizabeth Harrison(September 1, 1849 – October 31, 1927) was an American educator. She was the founder and first president of what is today National Louis University.[1] Harrison was a pioneer in creating professional standards for early childhood teachers and in promoting early childhood education. How to Celebrate Christmas (p.41) Read by: Heather Ordover Charles Knight (15 March 1791–9 March 1873) was an English...


12 Days of CraftLit - Fourth Day

Fourth Day of Craftlit (Find all the days here) Thank you CBS Radio Theater A Very Private Miracle — Howard DaSilva - always my Ben (and this, and this, and this) Music: Christmas Lullaby Scotland June 2108 1-800-826-2266 Final payment 15th of March Put it on your gift list - Get for your favorite CraftLit Listener-trip to Scotland The old Christmas Carol audio files that can be played on any computer or mp3 player are here: audio, and 190 audio, and 191 audio Read by Glen...


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