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A weekly witchy themed fiber arts podcast! We're a coven of two yarn witches trying to craft fiber magic through knitting, dyeing, spinning, and whatever we can get our witchy hands on. It's a long distance coven, so we thought we'd open it up to yarn witches across the globe so we can spread our black magics far and wide. Lauren is the dyer behind Valkyrie Fibers and Emily designs knitting patterns under the name Kitty With A Cupcake. New episodes drop on Tuesdays!
 
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Bible Fiber

Shelley Neese

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Welcome to Bible Fiber where we are encountering the textures and shades of the prophetic tapestry in a year-long study of the twelve minor prophets. I am Shelley Neese, president of The Jerusalem Connection, a Christian organization devoted to sharing the story of the people of Israel, both ancient and modern. Join us as we read one minor prophet a month!
 
Join host Allison Korleski as she brings you stories from all corners of the yarniverse. From Victorian murder mysteries to the trenches of the Western Front, from deadly dyes to futuristic fabric, each episode explores the connections between fiber, history, and humanity.
 
The fiber optic industry plays a critical role in the modern society. Everyday around the globe fiber networks are being deployed to connect everyone and everything. Magnus Angermund, who has more than 25 years of experience from the industry, interviews profiles within and around the fiber industry about interesting subjects, such as market trends and technical trends. It will also be deep dives in areas like investments, sea cables, build out in certain countries, market drivers and much more.
 
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!
 
Komikern och jämställdhetskämpen Emma Knyckare besöker olika pappersbruk och möter människorna bakom maskinerna. En industriosande poddserie med hjälmtvång – om hårt arbete, fördomar och om en mansdominerad värld i förändring. En podd från fackförbundet Pappers och UNG2020.
 
Talk show especially for FAMM fiber artists & mixed media artists & all art lovers. Susan Sorrell-FAMM creator will join in frequently as Creative entrepreneur & Mixed Media Artist Rebecca E. Parsons hosts the show. We will explore the creativity of fiber and mixed media artists, delve into tools and materials, keep you informed about upcoming events, workshops and so much more. Join us for lively conversation, fun and education.
 
Optical fiber is the future, enabling the high-speed broadband Internet connections everyone relies on. Christian Till, a fiber testing expert, interviews industry experts ranging from telecom operators and engineers to fiber technicians as well as telecommunications networking equipment and software services suppliers. Each episode contains powerful information to help you better understand fiber optic technology, stay on top of the latest trends, and enable you to efficiently build and mai ...
 
It doesn't matter what labels you wear, it matters who you are underneath. Join author, speaker, shepherdess, farmer, and Earth Mamma Moriah Williams each Thursday in an exploration of Kindness through the journey of a life lived by the guiding spirit of Kindness. Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/Kindfibers/support
 
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Debbie Rowley’s latest class design is Angles. Visit her website at debbeesdesigns.com to sign up for the class.It’s the middle of the week in the middle of the month and Beth and Gary have gathered to help you spend your money. Our enabling efforts include the new Tree of Life embroidery kit from Avlea Folk Embroidery, the new Angles class from De…
 
News: The Fiber Coven will be hosting Lauren’s There And Back Again KAL for all of 2022, see the public blog post on our Patreon for all the details! FO: Emily - vanilla socks in Regia, blues and greys, colorway 02885 WIPS: Emily - vanilla socks in Regia, colorway Tomorrowland - crescent shawl design in Big Little Yarn Co. Trusty Sock Set, Town wit…
 
Kelly’s “Tossing of The Stash” is in progress and we have a discussion of what to do with all that handspun! Plus, project updates and the announcement of our Crochet Along winners. Full notes with photos and links can be found in the podcast section of our shop website: TwoEwesFiberAdventures.com Join the community on Ravelry or become a patron an…
 
Welcome to Bible Fiber where we are encountering the textures and shades of the prophetic tapestry in a year-long study of the twelve minor prophets, one prophet each month. I am Shelley Neese, president of The Jerusalem Connection, a Christian organization devoted to sharing the story of the people of Israel, both ancient and modern. This week we …
 
We did it! Another year! Huzzaaahhhh!!!! And we couldn't have done it with you, dear listener. Or at least, it would've been a lot more boring. Join us as we celebrate the holidays and look back on another great year in the MOLMFiverse. And even though it's our longest episode ever (EVER!), feel free to skip all the awards and suggestions and jump …
 
In this episode, we meet Vincent Gariner who is the General Director of the FTTH Council Europe, to discuss what the council is doing to impact the European market towards full-fiber networks. We are discussing the different publications that is produced in the name of the Council, such as the well-known annual Panorama report, together with discus…
 
This is the Egg Hunt fabric dyed by Dames of the Needle.She’s Elizabeth Talledo of Dames of the Needle and we’re pleased to have her a this week’s guest. Elizabeth is a talented and versatile needlework artist, who also has woodworking skills. These days, the majority of her time is devoted to dyeing linen and trying to keep up with the demand. Joi…
 
One of the panels of Jenifer’s Temari calendar ball.Another Wednesday has arrived and Gary and Jenifer have gathered to talk about our WIPGO efforts, carrying threads, dyeing, stitching samplers on white linen, hanks of NPI silk at Sassy Jacks, and several other things that entered our minds during the conversation. Join us tonight for the Fiber Ta…
 
One of Jude Kingshott’s creations.Mixed-media artist Jude Kingshott is this week’s guest. Jude combines embroidery, eco-printing, and dyeing to create beautiful books and other eye-catching pieces of art. She also makes quilts though she “is not a quilter.” Jude has traveled a fascinating path from her start with a group of expatriate ladies in Egy…
 
We made it through Obadiah, and some long lessons on the Edomites, and now we have arrived at Jonah, the most exciting of all the prophetic books. In preparation for our Jonah studies, I checked my large collection of children’s bibles at home to see which of the minor prophets made an appearance. As I suspected, Jonah is with rare exception the on…
 
Gary’s Sarah Parr 1825 sampler with first line of the new verse.The holiday break is over and we’re rested and refreshed and ready for more stitching chat. This week’s topics include Gary’s efforts to chart a new verse for a sampler with StitchSketch and dress a slate frame, our initial WIPGO experiences, Beth Lindsay’s Mood Stitcher approach, Avle…
 
News: The Fiber Coven will be hosting Lauren’s There And Back Again KAL for all of 2022, see the public blog post on our Patreon for all the details! FO: Lauren - Forest Fruit socks, pattern by Sachiko B, knit in Nox Yarn Co. Faunus Base, Harbinger colorway https://www.ravelry.com/patterns/library/forest-fruit - Faded hat experiment #2 in the Power…
 
Happy New Year to our listeners! Mother Nature had other ideas for how Two Ewes would spend the holidays but we still had fun. Listen as we discuss project updates and planning for future projects. Full notes with photos, and links can be found in the podcast section of our shop website: TwoEwesFiberAdventures.com Join the community on Ravelry or b…
 
News: Vlogmas bonus content continues on Emily’s KittyWithACupcake YouTube channel! https://youtube.com/channel/UCrKqM8FG1eMgEbLqs0J-Iow FO: Lauren - The Beaver Moon pouches https://www.ravelry.com/patterns/library/power-of-the-full-moon-club-mkal---q3 - Vintage Afghan in discontinued Red Heart from yesteryear and Uptown Worsted WIPS: Emily - a sec…
 
News: Vlogmas bonus content continues on Emily’s KittyWithACupcake YouTube channel! https://youtube.com/channel/UCrKqM8FG1eMgEbLqs0J-Iow FO: Lauren - Faded Hat Experiment in the Power of the Full Moon Colorways - The Harvest Moon and Hunter Moon pouches https://www.ravelry.com/patterns/library/power-of-the-full-moon-club-mkal---q3 WIPS: Emily - a s…
 
Another day, another sequel! That's right, we're back and talking about one of our most favoritest franchises ever: PYSCHONAUTS!!! This time, the recently-released sequel aptly entitled: Psychonauts 2! After some intro-ing we get into the development (7:00) then seamlessly slide right into the gameplay (13:00). Eventually we get into a classic roun…
 
Episode 34 - Chilean-Australian storyteller, artist and fashion designer, Denisse M. Vera, shares her backstory from giving up sports due to injury, pivoting quickly and discovering the world of fashion, to reconnecting with her Mapuche roots through her work. Hosted by Cindy Bokser of Niroma Studio. You can find Denisse on Instagram: @denissemvera…
 
A little heavy on chit chat and dog stories but also a lot of finishing! We catch up after a little too long between episodes! Join us as we discuss our finished projects and give updates on projects in progress. Subscribe on Apple Podcasts or Subscribe on Android or Subscribe on Google Podcasts Marsha’s Projects Garter Squish Blanket by Stephen We…
 
The fiber optic industry plays a critical role in the modern society. Everyday around the globe fiber networks are being deployed to connect everyone and everything. Magnus Angermund, who has more than 25 years of experience from the industry, interviews profiles within and around the fiber industry about interesting subjects, such as market trends…
 
On a warm spring day in 1911, a fire broke out at the Triangle Shirtwaist Factory in New York. Within minutes it engulfed the top three stories of the factory building. 146 people died in the blaze; 123 of them young women who worked there. It was one of the worst industrial disasters in the United States. The fire and its aftermath would transform…
 
The descendants of Jacob became the people of Israel and the progenitors of the Abrahamic covenant. The descendants of Esau became the Edomites, a distinct people group that sometimes allied with her Judahite neighbor and sometimes warred against her. Thus, they fulfilled the message of the Lord, given to Rebekah while the twins were still in utero…
 
Beth made this stocking. It’s our last Midweek Chat for 2021 and a long holiday break is upon us. This week Beth and Gary talk about the Hancock’s of Paducah (hancocks-paducah.com) effort to collect quilts and blankets for tornado victims, Beth starting a Lavender and Lace project, slate frames, recharging creativity batteries, WIPGO projects, and …
 
News: Lauren is visiting Emily in Louisville! There will be lots of vlogmas bonus content on Emily’s KittyWithACupcake YouTube channel. https://youtube.com/channel/UCrKqM8FG1eMgEbLqs0J-Iow FO: Emily - Vanilla socks, in Valkyrie Fibers High Twist BFL base, Spearmint Tea colorway; contrast heels/toes/cuffs in LolaBean Yarn Co. Bean Sprout Base, Purpl…
 
Cynthia Jackson’s shoe design.Elizabeth by Cynthia Jackson. This week’s show with Cynthia Jackson is sponsored by Stitchville USA (stitchville.com) and Avlea Mediterranean Folk Embroidery (avleaembroidery.com). Cindy is one of the premier needlework designers and researchers in the field. In our conversation, we learn about mud larking; Cindy’s tim…
 
Obadiah is only twenty-one verses, the shortest book in all the Hebrew scripture. So, as part of our Bible reading challenge, the length of Obadiah is not the hard part to tackle. But the content of Obadiah requires a history lesson that goes well beyond the twenty-one verses. Obadiah is an oracle of judgement against Edom. How did a short propheti…
 
Episode 33 - Ciara Jones of The Juno Studio shares her story, from military service to maker, dealing with sudden loss, burnout, and a whole new life. Hosted by Cindy Bokser of Niroma Studio. You can find Ciara on Instagram: @thejunostudio And online: https://www.etsy.com/shop/theJunoStudio Video: https://youtu.be/n7WAj8Hmrq8 Cindy/Niroma Studio on…
 
One of the hearts Cindy Baldwin stitched for the CyberPointers Hearts for Hospice program. It’s the middle of the week and Cindy and Gary gathered to talk about needlework. This week’s topics include the CyberPointers Hearts for Hospice effort, stitching seasonal projects, maximizing stitching time, paperless needlework, and some speculation about …
 
News: Lauren is visiting Emily in Louisville! There will be lots of vlogmas bonus content on Emily’s KittyWithACupcake YouTube channel. https://youtube.com/channel/UCrKqM8FG1eMgEbLqs0J-Iow FO: Emily - Vanilla socks, knit in Knit Picks Felici, Fiesta colorway - Granny Stripe crochet blanket, which is apparently wi Lauren - Truchet Triangle Shawl, pa…
 
Some of Danielle Clough’s tennis-racket designs.Danielle Clough’s David Letterman portrait. Danielle Clough describes herself as an accidental professional and her path to making a living with her embroidery is varied, interesting, and based on the constant willingness to “play.” This week’s show is sponsored by Stitchville USA and the Embroiderers…
 
Welcome to Bible Fiber where we are encountering the textures and shades of the prophetic tapestry in a year-long study of the twelve minor prophets, one prophet each month. I am Shelley Neese, president of The Jerusalem Connection, a Christian organization devoted to sharing the story of the people of Israel. So far, in our reading challenge for N…
 
Episode 32 - Alyssa Ki of Solip DIY shares her journey, from photojournalist to weaver, and how her signature floral garden weavings were born. Hosted by Cindy Bokser of Niroma Studio. You can find Alyssa on Instagram: @solipdiy And online: https://solipdiy.com/ Video: https://youtu.be/yqNyAsB7JiI Cindy/Niroma Studio on Instagram: @niromastudio And…
 
We’re excited to announce another Fiber Nation Live Knit Night! Bring your knitting, and join us Wednesday, December 8 at 6 pm EST for a talk with Danielle Dreilinger, featured on the “Home Economics vs. Hitler” episode. Since it’s the holiday season, we thought we’d change things up and talk about food, festive or otherwise. (Quite possibly otherw…
 
News: We will be taking the week of Thanksgiving off of podcast recording, so there will not be a new episode the week after Thanksgiving. FO: None this week! WIPS: Emily - Vanilla socks, knit in Knit Picks Felici, Fiesta colorway - Granny Stripe crochet blanket, which is apparently wider than the length of a queen sized bed! Lauren - Forest Fruit …
 
Episode 31 - Amanda Flourié of Rogue Weaving shares a very personal story, from the loss of her marriage, single parenting through the pandemic, finding sobriety and a new relationship, and how she weaved her way through it all. Hosted by Cindy Bokser of Niroma Studio. You can find Amanda on Instagram: @rogueweaving And online: https://rogueweaving…
 
Welcome to Bible Fiber where we are encountering the textures and shades of the prophetic tapestry in a year-long study of the twelve minor prophets, one prophet each month. I am Shelley Neese, president of The Jerusalem Connection, a Christian organization devoted to sharing the story of the people of Israel. Last week we studied the hardest part …
 
As long as we've been playing video games, we've been playing sports video games. From NHL '94 and NBA JAM to NFL Blitz and FIFA, we love the challenging, fun, and social nature of these games. So we figured, let's do a whole ep focused on just that. It's a little bit of a turn from our usual pointy, clicky adventures, but we figured if we enjoy th…
 
We look at the evolution of men’s fashion, and how it helped turn an obscure ethnic costume into one of history’s most famous garments. We talk about how tartan patterns became a marketing scheme in the 1800s, and, scandalously, we discover that the Scottish kilt we know today…may have been created by an Englishman. Find our Show Notes here: https:…
 
News: No news is good news FO: Lauren - two skeins of fingering weight handspun in Malabrigo Nube, Lavanda colorway, plied with a mystery braid of a yak blend from the deep stash - Waxing Moon - Full Moon Version, pattern available in the Fiber Coven Discord https://www.ravelry.com/projects/kittywithacupcake/waxing-moon-shawl---full-moon-sample , k…
 
A spirit yarn start-a-palooza is underway! The stresses of life call for self-care and for the Two Ewes that means starting new projects. Subscribe on Apple Podcasts or Subscribe on Android or Subscribe on Google Podcasts Marsha’s Projects Atlas (Ravelry link) by Jared Flood using Navia Tradition. The pattern is also available at his website. Still…
 
Episode 30 - Aurora Joanna of String and Hearts Macrame, curator of BIPOC Macrame and Black Fiber Artists, takes us on a whirlwind adventure as she shares her story of finding herself and discovering macrame. Hosted by Cindy Bokser of Niroma Studio. You can find Aurora on Instagram: @stringandhearts @BIPOCmacrame @blackfiberartists And online: http…
 
One reason this podcast is focusing on the Minor Prophets is because they are very difficult texts to read at times. The text is often organized by theme or literary style, rather than chronologically like in Genesis, Kings, or Chronicles. And as we talked about in Hosea, the nature of prophetic writing also means the voice can change from first to…
 
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