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In honour of the Hamilton movie hitting Disney+, we’re hopping back to 2016 for this week’s Yesterday of Fun for our Hamilton special which, my god, somehow manages to still have Flap My Jack mentioned. You can listen online or through all good podcatchers. Sara Grant’s new book Chasing Danger is out now! We loved Pop Culture Happy Hour’s Hamilton special. Stephen Colbert gets schooled in walking like King George. Needle and FedAll the knitting! Obscene mittens! Antler hats! Squirrels! Socks! Princess Anna! Come on let’s go and play pic.twitter.com/HbzHLT5dfD — Rosie Fletcher (@rosieatlarge) April 8, 2016 Flap My Jack! I’m just Bruce Wayne…just Bruce Wayne. Powerpuff Yourself! 100% definitely real fake pop baby conspiracy theory. The Avengers/Hamilton fanfic you didn’t know you needed. OUR FACES ON YOUR SHIRTS Support Your Local Podcast! Become a Patron!
In episode 112, Rosie and Jessica have been to Norfolk, the theatre and the cinema. Well. Rosie has. Jessica has been on the Central Line. It’s been a sweltering fortnight but Rosie and Jessica are here to cheer you with tales of fox cubs and investigative journalism into young people and board games. Want badges? Head to our new shop! You can listen to it on iTunes or online here: This week’s songs Jessica picked Girl Crush by Little Big Town, while Rosie went for Curious by Hayley Kiyoko. Playlists of all our song choices are available on Spotify! Here are Jessica‘s and Rosie‘s. Needle and Fed Finished Clanger friend (outfit and hair tbc) pic.twitter.com/szZyl5iPnT — Rosie Fletcher (@rosieatlarge) June 28, 2018 Is there ever a bad time to listen to some Victoria Wood? (No.) Please confirm you have read and agree to the Updated Privacy Policy For Being My Friend. Rosie and Jessica badges are now available in our shop! OUR FACES ON YOUR SHIRTS Support Your Local Podcast! Become a Patron!
In episode 108, Rosie and Jessica have seen each other twice this fortnight, for a sleepover and a stage show. Jessica’s been busy at her allotment while Rosie’s been at Wonderwool Wales and is not too tired to talk about it. Plus the haunting image of a man making mouth flapjacks! You can listen to it on iTunes or online here: This week’s songs Jessica picked Save Me by Hanson, while Rosie went for I Won’t Hurt You by The West Coast Pop Art Experimental Band. Playlists of all our song choices are available on Spotify! Here are Jessica‘s and Rosie‘s. Needle and Fed Rosie’s room is now being watched over by the regal Queen Elsa and she’s now knitting herself some twisted rib socks. Plus she now has the pattern and some of the fixings for the excitingly Bowie-esque Volt Sweater. Some of her favourites from Wonderwool Wales were: RiverKnits, Bellica Yarns, The Knitting Hotel, Spin City and the felt artist Ali Scott. Potting shed vibes. After and before. A post shared by Jessica Thimbles (@ohsewjessica) on Apr 21, 2018 at 9:09am PDT It’s never not a good time to share Flap My Jack. A trip back through the fashions of Bewitched. We love the news from Katie’s allotment at Lavender and Leeks You are in safe hands with the law firms of Sutton Foster, Keegan-Michael Key and Channing Tatum. Whatever you think is going to happen in an SNL sketch called Diner Lobster, it probably isn’t this. OUR FACES ON YOUR SHIRTS Support Your Local Podcast! Become a Patron!
In this special Operation Get Festive Episode, Rosie and Jessica are fundraising for the very important Crisis at Christmas campaign. You can find out more about Crisis at their website and donate to receive a special bonus episode at Rosie and Jessica’s Just Giving page. You can listen to it on iTunes or online here:
In episode 89, Rosie and Jessica report from the new Pottersville World Order, where there is much sighing but also sequin leotards. They turn, as we all must in times of crisis, to the Jim Henson Workshop for a Top 5 Muppets and share some ideas for things to soothe you. Also Jessica describes cornflakes cakes at length. You can listen to it on iTunes or online here: This week’s songs Jessica picked Calypso by Spiderbait, while Rosie went for Party Police by Alvvays. Playlists of all our song choices are available on Spotify! Here are Jessica‘s and Rosie‘s. Needle and Fed Pleased to report that, after being mauled and her corpse desecrated by moths, my squirrel is back on her feet. pic.twitter.com/fXVmyEJA1A — Rosie Fletcher (@rosieatlarge) November 8, 2016 Rosie has been knitting the Age of Brass and Steam Kerchief, while Jessica has finished her Able Cable hat Jessica brought her love of hobby-based teen fiction to The Math of You podcast. Some days you just want to watch the former Shadow Chancellor salsa to Gangnam Style. Kate McKinnon’s not giving up and neither should you. Get your Ann to make you hot chocolate while you read Leslie Knope’s letter to America. Ignore the potty-mouthed title and skip straight to self-care tips on Rosie’s Oh So Pleasant blog post. OUR FACES ON YOUR SHIRTS Support Your Local Podcast! Become a Patron!
In episode 86, Rosie and Jessica reminisce over their time in New York as autumn arrives on the scene. There is much Bake Off sadness, which they manage to pack away as they discuss Biscuits, Bread and Batter in an alliterative Bake Off chat. Plus a washing machine! What larks. You can listen to it on iTunes or online here: This week’s songs Jessica picked In the Backyard by Hayseed Dixie, while Rosie went for Bless the Telephone by Labi Siffre. Playlists of all our song choices are available on Spotify! Here are Jessica‘s and Rosie‘s. Needle and Fed Pretty pleased with that! A photo posted by Jessica Thimbles (@ohsewjessica) on Sep 18, 2016 at 6:05am PDT Jessica is completely helpless over this Vine. I cannot stop watching this! Send help! https://t.co/RzbFIiokyc — Jessica (@ohsewjessica) September 4, 2016 Turns out we could love Grace’s podcast more when her mom and sister were guests! OUR FACES ON YOUR SHIRTS Support Your Local Podcast! Become a Patron!
In episode 83, Rosie and Jessica have brought packed lunches and activities for some literal days of fun. Rosie’s been to some all-day comedy and Jessica’s tidied her kitchen. All good fun. They see the good in people with their Top 5 Friendly Monsters and discuss their dream Bake Off All Stars line-ups. You can listen to it on iTunes or online here: This week’s songs Jessica picked My Baby Just Cares For Me by Nina Simone, while Rosie went for Genghis Khan by Miike Snow. Playlists of all our song choices are available on Spotify! Here are Jessica‘s and Rosie‘s. Is this Elmo or an existential crisis? Needle and Fed Sixties girl group baby shower cake toppers! A photo posted by Jessica Thimbles (@ohsewjessica) on Jul 18, 2016 at 4:09am PDT Rosie has several projects on the go, including a now complete badger tea cosy, some socks and a shawl with lots of bees in it. Make sure you line your stomach with a good dinner before you watch the Epcot Challenge: Drinking Around the World with Lindsay “Nostalgia Chick” Ellis. bathe in the blood of your vanquished enemies pic.twitter.com/MTJnhN96ni — julien (@eggsandbread) June 30, 2016 Rosie lowers the tone of this Twitter round-up on The Poke. OUR FACES ON YOUR SHIRTS Support Your Local Podcast! Become a Patron!
In episode 122, Rosie and Jessica are back after a long break although not as long a break as you’ve had. There have been international trips, house moves, and action franchise spin offs that are only tangentially related to cars. And it’s two-for-two with returning feature, Now It’s Time for Gina’s Transport Opinions! You can listen to it on iTunes or online This week’s songsJessica picked She’s Kerosene by The Interruptors, while Rosie went for Laura Branigan’s Gloria Playlists of all our song choices are available on Spotify! Here are Jessica‘s and Rosie‘s. An emotional and delightful video set at the Happiest Place on Earth Needle and Fed View this post on Instagram Finished my #soldotnacrop. Already planning my second. A post shared by Rosie (@rosieatlarge) on Jul 10, 2019 at 7:12am PDT Truly cannot wait to see Knives Out not least for Chris Evans in knitwear. https://twitter.com/KatiePennick/status/1146466564100775936 The bizarre/wonderful televisual world that is Tony Robinson’s Running Tales. Rosie and Jessica badges are now available in our shop! OUR FACES ON YOUR SHIRTS Support Your Local Podcast! Become a Patron!
It’s time for another dip back into the archives! We’re going back to 2016 to listen to Episode 78: Smileys and Smash. Unbreakable Kimmy Schmidt had returned for a second season and we were extolling the virtues of school dinners in a Top 5 Dinner Lady Foods. You can listen to it on iTunes or online here: This week’s songsJessica picked The Ballad of Barry and Freda by Victoria Wood, while Rosie went for Drag by Cat’s Eyes. Needle and Fed   Bunny slippers. A photo posted by Rosie (@rosieatlarge) on Apr 16, 2016 at 8:24am PDT And…two……soups. Standard Issue remembers Victoria Wood Elmo’s friend @Lin_Manuel won a fancy prize called Pulitzer, but Elmo doesn’t know what it means! Congratulations Mr. Lin! Yea baby! — Elmo (@elmo) April 18, 2016 OUR FACES ON YOUR SHIRTS Support Your Local Podcast! Become a Patron!
In episode 123, Rosie and Jessica somehow maybe broke their podcast feed – maybe through neglect? – but are back with an episode that catches you up on frankly very little. Luckily, for any moment of need, there’s Joan. You can listen online or through all good podcatchers [powerpress_player] This week’s songsJessica picked Africa by Toto, while Rosie went for Simon & Garfunkel’s The Only Living Boy in New York Playlists of all our song choices are available on Spotify! Here are Jessica‘s and Rosie‘s. We thoroughly enjoyed the musical of Amélie over the break. Please soak up the video stylings of Cheyenne Barton, a goshdarn delight. Rosie has been tirelessly binge-listening Who? Weekly (good form Bella Thorne) If you enjoyed Newsies, you’ll enjoy Newsies Minute and if you enjoyed both, you’ll enjoy Blood Drips Heavily on Newsies Square. Joan: the greatest video on the internet.
In episode 80, Rosie and Jessica are concerned by bedbugs, discuss the beauty of the bedside kettle and Jessica shares why Pretty Little Liars is probably not worth your time. Following this, they share some television that should have been put out of its misery and get really happy about Hot Dog Princesses. #sixseasonsandamovie You can listen to it on iTunes or online here: This week’s songs Jessica picked First Impressions from the musical First Date, while Rosie went for 23 Floors Up by Teleman. Eats nuts. Kicks butts. @unbeatablesg pic.twitter.com/fp4Dyd5HKm — Rosie Fletcher (@rosieatlarge) May 28, 2016 Needle and Fed Good morning! A photo posted by Jessica Thimbles (@ohsewjessica) on May 28, 2016 at 2:44am PDT Rosie has finished both her sock and her Mystery Knit-Along elf! Finally knitted this sock its partner. This wool by @gingertwiststudio is both super super beautiful and lovely to wear. I'm in love! A photo posted by Rosie (@rosieatlarge) on Jun 8, 2016 at 12:56pm PDT In some Cabot Coverage, here are the Murder She Wrote guest stars you may have forgotten. #PeriodsWithoutShame Who holds your hair? Jessica suggests Daddy-Long-Legs’ Sally McBride. Sure, he didn’t co-create Empire, but Tom Lenk’s post-Buffy career is going just great. All hail our Hot Dog princess. What? It’s not like it’s hard. If you’ve ever wanted to hear Rosie play a mouse receptionist, your wish has been granted by Wooden Overcoats. OUR FACES ON YOUR SHIRTS Support Your Local Podcast! Become a Patron!
In episode 76, Rosie and Jessica continue their celebration of the Best and Most Important Meal of the day with their Top 5 breakfasts, beautifully segued into. There’s been celebratory baking, exasperating television and dancing dinosaurs. They’re waffley versatile! You can listen to it on iTunes or online here: This week’s songs Jessica picked Taylor the Latte Boy by Kristin Chenoweth, while Rosie went for Single Again by The Fiery Furnaces. Catch up on our Top 5 breakfast cereals in Episode 69. Why not serve Potatoasted Cheese Sandwiches at your next garden party? Needle and Fed Oh hi I'm this year's Simnel cake Yeah I'm great A photo posted by Rosie (@rosieatlarge) on Mar 29, 2016 at 12:25pm PDT Rosie’s made some socks out of the wool she bought in Brooklyn (where she also made her first pair of socks.) How many people does he need? How many boys, how many dinosaurs? Rethinking Theodore Laurence. Whose Line Is It Anyway takes a sideways look at the world. It was Louisa M Alcott's birthday last week, and a friend and I celebrated by laying our childhood rage to rest – pic.twitter.com/4nCtvS2D57 — Katherine Rundell (@kdbrundell) December 1, 2015 OUR FACES ON YOUR SHIRTS Support Your Local Podcast! Become a Patron!
In episode 129, Rosie and Jessica are afflicted by pollen and also by not pressing record at the start of the episode. Virtual parties have been attended, bonnets have been constructed and bananas have been smuggled into brownies. You can listen online or through all good podcatchers. This week’s songsJessica picked You’ll Get By by Show of Hands, while Rosie went for Anna Karina’s Roller Girl. Playlists of all our song choices are available on Spotify! Here are Jessica‘s and Rosie‘s. Soothing sewing from Friend of the Pod, Serena, with her new channel, Dressing History.
In episode 127, Rosie and Jessica have celebrated that most important of spring festivals, Rex Manning Day. Oh, also Easter. Rosie saw someone she know and Jessica has worn socks. All important things. You can listen online or through all good podcatchers. This week’s songsJessica picked Kiss Me Deadly by Lita Ford, while Rosie went for Lana Del Rey’s Love. Playlists of all our song choices are available on Spotify! Here are Jessica‘s and Rosie‘s. Crumbs! On your jumper! Work out at home with RBG.
We’re heading back into the archives with Episode 56 from 2015. Rosie was writing an essay on The Wizard of Oz and was totally unable to talk about anything else, except for sticky toffee puddings. Luckily Jessica was on hand to talk us through her many cakes (and keep things on track.) You can listen to it on iTunes or online here: This week’s songsJessica picked Ultraviolet by fictional band, The Stiff Dylans and Rosie picked Belle & Sebastian’s Nobody’s Empire. Ask to see the Captain at Cahoots. I love the Buttery Biscuit Base. You can learn more about M.E. Awareness Week from Action for M.E. Needle and Fed   Self-explanatory dessert. A photo posted by Rosie (@rosieatlarge) on May 1, 2015 at 3:21pm PDT   CAKE! #cake #vegan #stars #fullnow A photo posted by Jessica Thimbles (@ohsewjessica) on May 4, 2015 at 9:56am PDT   Obviously cannot be expected to write an essay on Oz without appropriate nails. A photo posted by Rosie (@rosieatlarge) on May 4, 2015 at 1:23am PDT At The Toast, women are having a terrible time at parties, trying to politely end conversations, and being reminded that they are not Elizabeth Bennet. Do not eat your bracelets (except maybe in an emergency.) Woollen Woods are in bloom at Arlington Court. Rosie was on Friend of the Show Lucy’s podcast Symphonies and Snacks making almost salient points about contemporary classical music. This is the best sloth.
In episode 121, Rosie and Jessica welcome back Top 5s with another overly specific one about food. There have been lots of cinema trips and some of them have included tiny detective hats. And – what’s this? another feature! Now It’s Time for Gina’s Transport Opinions! You can listen to it on iTunes or online This week’s songsJessica picked I Hear Them All by Old Crow Medicine Show, while Rosie went for an Upbeat Inspirational Song About Life from Teen Titans Go! To The Movies Playlists of all our song choices are available on Spotify! Here are Jessica‘s and Rosie‘s. Needle and Fed Rosie’s cast-on-itis continues with the Soldotna Crop (in two versions) but thankfully she’s finished her Baby Fir Jacket.             View this post on Instagram                     It’s finished! Blocked and buttoned and ready to be posted to its new owner. Pattern is Baby Fir Jacket by @isabeldemarchais which I cannot recommend highly enough A post shared by Slipstitch (@slipstitchldn) on May 21, 2019 at 8:37am PDT Support your local library AND read digitally with the Libby app. Rosie and Jessica badges are now available in our shop! OUR FACES ON YOUR SHIRTS Support Your Local Podcast! Become a Patron!
In episode 98, Rosie and Jessica are frustrated by a lack of wombats. There have been a couple of outings, a couple of sweet treats and some mackerel. They review the new Netflix series GLOW and discuss what they’ve been reading recently. Enjoy their own particular brand of louche whimsy! You can listen to it on iTunes or online here: This week’s songs Jessica picked Ain’t She Sweet by The Beatles, while Rosie went for Moving to the Left by Woods. Playlists of all our song choices are available on Spotify! Here are Jessica‘s and Rosie‘s. If you wish listicles were slightly more useful, you may enjoy the Buzzfeed DIY newsletter. And we like the Done app and this exfoliating glove. Okay, I'm still having all these fangirl-y thoughts about the Wonder Woman costumes, and I don't have a blog, so I'm gonna spew here. — Amanda Weaver (@AWeaverWrites) June 25, 2017 Need a good stretch? Try Yoga with Adriene. Needle and Fed Rosie with making progress with her Rheinlust Shawl and rectified some issues with her Smooth Operator Socks. Fairy cakes. "Frosted" with melted marshmallows, making them near impossible to eat or transport without getting covered in stick. A post shared by Rosie (@rosieatlarge) on Jun 30, 2017 at 9:27am PDT As fate would have it, my pizza-making class in Italy goes awry, so the chef saves me by turning it into a calzone. pic.twitter.com/KygrBLOSnt — Adam Scott (@mradamscott) June 22, 2017 “And there came from the same country a prophet, whose name was Jeremy.” Oh, wow. Little girl in full meltdown because when her mom packed movies for the trip, she only packed the little boy's favorites. — Seanan McGuire (@seananmcguire) June 13, 2017 Richard is a feral writer who has garnered interest from literary agents, but he lacks the perseverance to finish reading a novel. 101 Ways to Fight Climate Change. Victoria Coren has written a list of her favourite things – we encourage you to do the same! “An unnecessarily thorough review of an unnecessary movie.” OUR FACES ON YOUR SHIRTS Support Your Local Podcast! Become a Patron!
In episode 94, Rosie and Jessica report back from one of their Literal Days of Fun, a trip to the seaside at Margate. There is an unusual use of yoghurt in a lift. Plus, Snack of the Day brings up some quality (not quality) television chat. The Late Review returns with a discussion of the film In A World and your hosts are menaced by penguins. You can listen to it on iTunes or online here: This week’s songs Jessica picked Falling by Ben Kweller, while Rosie went for Queen by Perfume Genius. Playlists of all our song choices are available on Spotify! Here are Jessica‘s and Rosie‘s. Needle and Fed Rosie has cast on some Smooth Operator socks and is searching for the perfect shawl pattern. This is Pipsy. He is a fluffball. Enjoys traveling the sea & getting tangled in leash. 12/10 I would kill for Pipsy pic.twitter.com/h9R0EwKd9X — WeRateDogs (@dog_rates) November 19, 2015 OH. MY. GOD. pic.twitter.com/4E98DW6Xtr — mike taddow (@taddmike) March 7, 2017 The Muppets of Sesame Street perform lines from classic movies. Julia is now on Sesame Street and Julie’s Greenroom is now on Netflix! OUR FACES ON YOUR SHIRTS Support Your Local Podcast! Become a Patron!
In episode 73, Rosie and Jessica discuss Jessica’s Big Birthday – or Jessica discusses it and Rosie keeps talking about hair dye and fry-ups. As it’s now unbearably cold, they discuss their favourite winter culture, plus the importance of fruit rotation, why cakes need sugar and the repetitive nature of magazines. If you wish to grant us the rights to your one-hit Christmas wonder so we can open a dolly hospital, do get in touch. You can listen to it on iTunes or online here: This week’s songs Jessica picked Bridal Train by The Waifs, while Rosie went for Next of Kin by Alvvays. Needle and Fed Marmalade A photo posted by Rosie (@rosieatlarge) on Jan 21, 2016 at 1:39pm PST Rosie has now completely both of these socks and has now cast on a poorly conceived cardigan. We are just in love with the Disney Love Medley! Ook. Knitting is good for you so I will just be forced to buy more yarn as a curative, ok? OUR FACES ON YOUR SHIRTS
In episode 71, Rosie and Jessica take their annual look back at the year just passed with their World Famous Quiz of the Year and Review of the Year episode. Plus we hear how they celebrated the festive season and there is much accidental sharing of questions and song choices. Happy New Year listeners. Sorry. You can listen to it on iTunes or online here: This week’s songs Jessica picked Somewhere Out There by Danny Pudi and Donald Glover, while Rosie went for African Tree by Zun Zun Egui. Rosie is deep into a Sheherazade-hole but can at least now reveal her Christmas Trea Cosy. 18 Things You (Probably Did) Know About While You Were Sleeping Manchester on New Year’s Eve is accidentally kind of beautiful, in a ghastly way. Our beloved Two Bossy Dames have opened a tip jar and you should fill it with tasty dollars. OUR FACES ON YOUR SHIRTS
In episode 31, Rosie and Jessica are baking a cake, so hopefully you enjoy the sound of cracking walnuts throughout your podcasts. It was Rosie’s birthday (52 today) and a report from the Knitting and the Stitching Show. For reasons no one’s sure off, the second half of this episode sounds like it was recorded from inside a wooly jumper. Warning: contains accents. You can listen to it on iTunes or online here:
Dame Edna provided by nervouspearl In episode 50, Rosie and Jessica have both had platonic Valentine’s weekends, inspiring a rundown of their Top 5 rom-coms. There are some truly terrible Hollywood impressions, a fight and a pudding, and the new novel Maribou in the Mixing Bowl. Thanks for tuning in for fifty episodes and here’s to the next fifty! You can listen to it on iTunes or online here: This week’s songs Jessica spontaneously recommended Painkiller by Turin Brakes and Rosie is delighted by Elton John’s Rocket Man. Needle and Fed A photo posted by Jessica Thimbles (@ohsewjessica) on Feb 13, 2015 at 2:44am PST Food tastes better when it’s heart-shaped. Never want for an appropriate reaction with Angela Lansbury. We sure love Two Bossy Dames. F.O.X.
In episode 52, Rosie and Jessica review Netflix’s new sitcom, Unbreakable Kimmy Schmidt (and have nearly got the theme tune out of their heads.) Following the sad news of Sir Terry Pratchett’s passing, they celebrate his work with their Top 5 Pratchett characters and it’s cakes galore in Needle and Fed. You can listen to it on iTunes or online here: This week’s songs Jessica picked Thunder Road by Bruce Springsteen and Rosie picked Jemima Farey’s The Farmer’s Bride. Rosie has strong regrets about her Top 5 films from Episode 1. Needle and Fed Yum. Super secret blackberry jam cupcakes. A photo posted by Jessica Thimbles (@ohsewjessica) on Mar 18, 2015 at 4:19am PDT Just knocked up a chocolate cake because I'm the best. A photo posted by Rosie (@rosieatlarge) on Mar 8, 2015 at 1:30pm PDT Don’t forget to include yourself in the Tom Hiddleston colouring book. You can watch all of Unbreakable Kimmy Schmidt on Netflix. We enjoyed Reginald D. Hunter’s Songs of the South.
In episode 51, Rosie and Jessica are celebrating three years of sororal broadcasting with a fortnight of having done almost nothing, except pick up some new, quite bad television. Then they bring you their Top 5 Sisters, including quite a lot of nuns in a particular order (Holy Orders.) Then Jessica reels off pi for a bit. Happy Birthday! You can listen to it on iTunes or online here: This week’s songs Jessica asks us Oh What Have You Done by Twisted Wheel and Rosie answers, I Feel Love with Donna Summer. You can hear further discussion of Timmy Time in Episode 25: Cradock and Barrington. Needle and Fed Jessica is having a palaver with the Terrific Tea Cosy by Martin Storey. Unbelievable noises emanating from a human in this Les Mis blooper. You can now get to Sesame Street by following Big Bird (on Twitter.) A weasel riding a woodpecker.
In episode 43, Rosie and Jessica take over the foyer of the National Theatre to chat about what they’ve been up to, spend quite a lot of time and energy on the subject of biscuits and, if you’re Rosie, eat a courgette cake. There are exhibitions, television marathons and their much anticipated commentary on The Great British Bake Off’s #bincident2014. You can listen to it on iTunes or online here: This week’s songs Jessica has been playing Shine On You Crazy Diamond by Pink Floyd, while Rosie has been torturing her family with Them Heavy People by Kate Bush (not Alan Partridge.) The V&A’s Wedding Dresses 1775 – 2014 exhibition is on until March 2015. Top 5 Biscuits Jessica nominated Oreos, Bourbon Biscuits, Hob Nobs, Fig Rolls and Ms. Cupcake‘s Red Velvet Cookie Sandwich, while Rosie did strenuous research to decide on Viennese Whirls, Chocolate Caramel Digestives, Pink Wafers, Jammy Dodgers and her friend Heather’s gingerbread. Party Rings, Jaffa Cakes, shortbread and Peanut Cookies had to settle for being honourable mentions. Needle and Fed Rosie has finished her Rico V Neck Baby Cardigan, at long last. If you’ve missed out on an indie club night, please make use of Friend of the Show Izzi’s playlist. We love Chloe Giordano’s beautiful woodland embroidery.
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Started
Mar 19th, 2012
Latest Episode
Jul 27th, 2020
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No. of Episodes
149
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38 minutes
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