Welcome to a new episode!
It’s been an eventful week for me… and a trip down memory lane! I spent last week at my grandmother’s house and inherited some lovely old crocheted afghans. They’re amazing and I want to care for them so they’ll keep lasting! So, this episode is dedicated to advice for taking care of heirloom crocheted items (plus some stories about my adventures!)
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Below the player is an outline and list of links to products/websites/things I chat about during the episode.
Hi! (00:00), How Stacey lost her desk (00:57), The Mission in Maryland (04:47), The Deer Head (05:34), My Crocheting (09:35), Merle’s Crocheting (12:13), The Dining Room Table (14:55), Photos (17:05)
Photos (no links, here!):
My Grandparent’s backyard when they moved in:
Me and Merle’s Afghan
Great photo of my Grandfather:
Feature topic (19:13), Basic Steps for Caring for Heirlooms (20:34), Repairing Damage (21:32), Determining the Fiber and Caring (29:40), Storing (38:38), Wrap-up (39:58)
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