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Craft Your Confidence

Welcome to Craft Your Confidence, THE Podcast for dreamers and doers on a mission to connect the dots from creativity, intuition, and passion to craft a life by design. If you struggle with overwhelm, confusion and self-doubt, Certified Life Coach Kara Gott Warner teaches you life-changing mindset tools so you can gain awareness and get to the underlying root of what keeps you stuck. You are always just one thought away from stepping into your greatness. Watch my free discovery video www.karagottwarner.com/craftyourconfidence
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Now displaying: February, 2016
Feb 23, 2016
Today I'm chatting with Laura Zander about her amazing connection to the new movie, Eddie the Eagle, starting Hugh Jackman and Tarron Edgerton. In this episode, Laura tells the story about how a Hollywood producer (who happens to be a knitter herself!) reached out to Laura in order to spread the word about the movie, and how a very special red and white sweater is the common thread that symbolizes love, community, following your dreams and knitting for those you love. To get listen to more episodes visit: www.PowerPurlsPodcast.com To subscribe on iTunes: https://itunes.apple.com/us/podcast/power-purls-podcast/id1043956186
Feb 9, 2016
A true multi-crafter she is proficient at embroidery, macramé and crochet but finally settled on handknitting at the age of 22. It was in New York where she developed her talent during the early 80s and started her business. There she designed for the knitting magazines and a private clientele as well as sold her designs to better boutiques in Manhattan. The high point of her time in NY was a handknit collection under her own label that was sold to select boutiques in 20 states from Florida to Alaska. The move over the Atlantic to Mariefred, Sweden in 1986 would give her the peace and harmony to raise a family and develop her business and artistic creativity even further. Cornelia divides her time between Mariefred, Sweden and Atlanta, designing and attending to her yarn line, Heaven’s Hand. To listen to more episodes like this: www.powerpurlspodcast.com To subscribe on iTunes: itunes.apple.com/us/podcast/power-purls-podcast/id1043956186
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