Posted by: dramaticknits | January 22, 2017

Episode 274: What’s Your Sleep Number?

 

Taking A Bow:

Steve:

Callie

  • None
Now Performing:
Steve:

Callie:

In Rehearsal:
 
Steve:
  • Nothing
Callie:
  • Finish Projects
Behind the Scenes:
In The Scene Shop:
In the Spotlight:
  • What we’re watching and reading
  • Multi-colored Shawl KAL
    • January 1st – March 31st
    • WIPs allowed
    • Must be more than one color
    • Co-hosted with the Yarn Hoarder Podcast
    • Can post your finished object in both groups for prizes
    • If you use any base of Leading Men Fiber Arts, you can post twice in the Dramatic Knits Group
  • Stash Enhancement

A Round of Applause:

  • 2016 Year In Review Sets
  • 2016 Year In Review KAL
    • Hosted in the LMFA Ravelry Group
    • January 1st – February 28th
    • Project must use at least 1 of the colors that premiered in 2016
    • WIPS allowed
    • Prize = $50 gift certificate
  • February Colorway of the Month = Love You To Pieces
  • Upcoming Events
    • Knitting Pipeline Retreat
    • Trunk Show at Michigan Fiber Studio
    • Madison Knitter’s Guild Knit-In
Contact:
Steve:
Callie
  • Calsters on Ravelry and Twitter
  • calsters88 on Instagram

Responses

  1. Very enjoyable podcast you guys have going. Sleep number beds are amazing especially when one partner is unable to sleep well which can cause the other person also to lose their sleep. With a sleep number bed you can be able to collect useful information on your sleeping patterns and improve the quality of sleep you get. Each partner can set their side of the bed as they would wish not disturbing the other.


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