If you don't know Heather, maybe a reference to Craftlit would help? Or the Madame Defarge series of literary-inspired knitting books? In any event, Heather is coming to London next month, and we are really looking forward to hosting her for her talk on Cognitive Anchoring, or why knitting in boring meetings actually helps your brain work better.
Some links to things we mention:
- Cast-On and Greek Muses (Season 2): the origins of Craftlit.
- Knitting on a treadmill?
- Knitting in the New Zealand Parliament
- Telenovelas (for those of you unfamiliar with the concept)
- Richard Feynman (because who doesn't reference theoretical physicists in a knitting/crafty podcast?), the Space Shuttle Challenger disaster and the Rogers Commission
- Knitted hexaflexagons and the Mexaflexagon
Don't miss out on this very special event! Tickets are available on the event page, and we look forward to seeing you (and your knitting, crocheting, spinning, etc) on Sunday, 18th October!