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Fiber Talk Midweek Chat, 5-27-20

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It’s late in the day and the recording is very fresh, but it’s still Wednesday so, technically, we’re on schedule. Sassy Jacks is sponsoring while Gary and Vonna talk about how the Covid virus and quarantining are changing needlework, most likely, for the better; the many ways needleworkers have of performing the same tasks and that none of those ways is wrong; and our participation with Alicia Hemphill and Michelle Garrette as part of the VeloStitchers fund-raising team for the Cleveland Clinic Velosano event. To pledge money or joint the team, visit We hope you enjoy the show and invite you to join us Thursday and Friday night on our Youtube Channel for our live shows.–Gary and Vonna

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2 thoughts on “Fiber Talk Midweek Chat, 5-27-20

  1. Love your podcasts. Any chance of another Sampler Sunday. I very much enjoyed those. Any chance of having Mary Corbet on the show? Would also enjoy a discussion of different fibers.

  2. Listening on Thursday. Very enjoyable. I am not interested in biking but have to tell you it was an interesting discussion. Breaking Bad is a great movie. I’m from Indiana as well, Vonna, so I always love movies about Hoosierland. One of my absolute favorites is Hoosiers. My dad, God rest his soul, told me the story was based on the true Cinderella story of Milan High School. Thanks for another great edition of Fiber Talk.

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