CraftSanity Episode 74: A Chat with Pluckyfluff creator, Lexi Boeger

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  1. Dawn says:

    I just listened to this…GREAT interview! I designed the interior of this book for Quarry…LOVED working on this. The photography is SO beautiful…

  2. Melissa H says:

    Hooray, Northern California is represented on Craftsanity. Can’t wait to listen to the podcast (need to steal the iPod from the hubby)

  3. mara says:

    hi jennifer,

    thank you so much for another great podcast, i love listening to you! you are great! mara

  4. Kyla says:

    Thank you for the great interview! I was always interested in spinning when I was younger but I was never truly driven until I first saw Lexi’s yarns 5 years ago. I love spinning, especially fun novelty yarns.

  5. melissa says:

    what a well done interview, jennifer. i had not ever heard of lexi and found the way in which she explained her approach to creativity and how she manages it as a business to be direct and so delightful to listen to.

    i found a lovely little book for my daughter last night about a farmer that shears his sheep and knits them sweaters from the wool. it kept bringing this podcast back into my mind as i read it to her. i learned so much from lexi. thank you!

  6. Stef says:

    Wonderful interview. I really enjoyed listening about the creative process.
    I posted about it on Craftside and the contest too!
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  7. Janet says:

    I loved the interview…just so happend, I received the book Intertwined today from Love it….I have been dabbleing in crafts for years complaining about not yet finding my passion….I am enthrawed with the yarns and designs and can’t wait to try out spinning…I might have finally found it Thanks so much!

  8. Chris says:

    This interview is so good I’m listening to it for the second time. It’s something out of the realm of what I’m doing right now, but it opens my imagination unexpectedly, and I think

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