Episode 42 - The Answer

October 27th, 2011

Only Smarties have the Answer and of course its 42.

The blether is about the Harvest this week. I suggest you look at www.momentmusing.blogspot.com I'll tell you about my tattie storm and encourage you all to donate blood.

http://www.ebay.co.uk/sch/kingcraigfabrics/m.html?_nkw=&_armrs=1&_from=&_ipg=25 for the Kincraig Fabric Shop in Brora

Apps = iSpin Toolkit and QuiltCalc (Words hd free = CaithnessCraft) And of course Angry Birds - Squawk.

http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/uk-scotland-scotland-business-15423862 for Old Pulteney news

Big up the Blog = www.shineybees.wordpress.com

I review Jane Sowerby's exquisite Victorian Lace Today

Wordies by WT Lyall

FLORAN' means yur showin' off, COWN or GIRN yur cryin'. SPANGS yur takin' beegur steps, SOCHAN means your sighin'.

Briskly walk, ye've a SKUTCH till yur feet, A knock or a wallop's a DUNT, Yur BOWGIE is yur belly, And FORENENT means oot in front.

LOOGAR is a clout on ai ear, A POLL yur hair cut short, A CHUBBY is yur brolly, Pain, chuist means yur HORT.

If something's GLIDE, at chuist means squint, A GOWF's an awful smell, BOORACH means an awful meice, A hammer of course is a MELL.

A BLOCKIE is a little cod, A STAB a post for a fence, A PREEN's a peen, an' PURN's a reel, I houp 'iss a' makes sence.

GLAIKAIT means yur kinda soft, Till DORT yur in ai huff, An if ye get an awful fricht, Ye really got a GLUFF.

NYATTRY means ai grumblin' kind, Bad mood yur in BAD CUT, ANTLE means ai arguin' kind, And a GUSHEL's ei in a rut.

A TROSK's a chiel ye dinna lek, A KINCH ye've strained yur back, CLIPE a scratch an' RIVE a pull, An if yur fit, yur SWACK.

Till BRAIN means hit, lek SCUD or CLOOR, At's thing's ye'd shout at a boxer, A little splash, well 'ats a SKINT, And a GIRNAL's a lump in yur OXTER.

A Shetland pony's called a SHALT, A PUDDAG is a frog, A SKORRAY is a seagul An' a DOUG looks lek a DOG.

IVANOW chuist means just now, Till SKAIL, is something spilt, A BROWG's a chiners bradawl, An yur bedspread is  a TWILT.

A DREEP's a neime for somebody tall, A BEEG DREEP somebody taller, PEEDY chuist means something small, PEDDY WEE means smaller.

A BOYGIE is a little boy, A LASKIE is a girl, SWERE yur no chuist in ai mood, Till throw a thing ye HURL.

Wur English isna very good, Wur fill o' bes an' dos, An AIKLE is yur beeg back teeth, And SHARN is doung feh coos.

TROCK is rubbish, an' BARM means shout, Too much o' a thing's a LOCK, Fits 'at am hearing ye BARMIN; "Iss poem's a LOCK a TROCK"

Music is Such Broken Glass and Harvest Moon from www.musicalley.com thanks to them.

caithnesscraftcollective@gmail.com www.energyhunt.com LouiseJHunt on Ravelry and CaithnessCraft on Twitter

Episode 41 - Doors

October 11th, 2011

Knock Knock!

The blether is all about Doors this episode. www.doorsopenday.org.uk and http://www.nationaldomesticviolencehelpline.org.uk/ Duncan Bannatyne - 43 Mistakes Business Make and How to avoid them.

The Craft Fairy tells you about The Knitter Magazine www.theknitter.co.uk featuring Jane Sowerby and Jacqui Harding.

Listener Map = http://www.zeemaps.com/Caithness_Craft_Collective_Listeners = Stick yer pin in it Beyonce.

Puppies - www.gumtree.co.uk awwwww

New podcasts for me to listen to Never Not Knitting http://nevernotknitting.blogspot.com/p/podcast.html

Fiber Beat http://fiberbeat.com/category/podcasts

2KnitLitChicks http://2knitlitchicks.com/

Textile Technique is Needle Felting a Polystyrene Wreath http://www.handworkhandcraft.com/felting/wreath.php

As ever sponsored by www.energyhunt.com

You can get me on Twitter as CaithnessCraft on Ravelry as LouisejHunt and through iTunes or your random podcast catcher.

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