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Mary Beth Temple

Getting Loopy! with Mary Beth Temple

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Designer and author Mary Beth Temple talks to the ladies (and men) who love crochet. Crocheters, yarn folks, designers and magazine editors are all fair game. New shows weekly!

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Dee Stanziano joins me for out post-Chain Link wrap up, and we will talk a bit, by listener request, about how new and aspiring designers can dip their toe in the industry waters.

A one hour live remote taping from the annual Chain Link conference in New Hampshire. Surprise guests, random madness - who knows what will happen?

The fabulous Nicky Epstein is our guest tonight - we will talk about her newest book, Crocheting on the Edge, and about how best to use crochet for edgings and embellishments

This week's guests is Jacqueline from SOAK, who will enlighten us about the best care and cleaning techniques for our crocheted items.

Robyn Chachula drops by to talk to us about the use of symbol crochet. Struggling to read charts, or even wondering why you should want to? Robyn is the expert!

Kim Werker is coming! Kim Werker is coming! Ace crocheter and editor of Interweave Crochet will hang out and talk about - well whatever she wants

Dora Ohrenstein, author, designer and creator of CrochetInsider.com is our guest.

Tonight's guest will be Julie Armstrong Holetz, author of the new book Uncommon Crochet: 25 projects made from natural yarns and alternative fibers.

Happy Memorial Day! By listener request, we will spend this evening talking about tapestry crochet with author and designer Carol Ventura.

Getting Loopy! moves to prime time! Tonight's guests are Jess and Casey - the founders and head honchos of Ravelry.com. Ravelry is the premiere place online for those of us with an unnatural fondness for the fiber arts to congregate.

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