>Episode 1: After many attempts to upload

16 Feb

>[blip.tv http://blip.tv/play/AYKkuBEA%5D

Show Notes
WIPs:
220 Fingerless Mitts by Jessica Jensen out of Cascade Superwash 220 in colorway #856
Hermione’s Everyday Socks by Erica Lueder out of Happy Feet in colorway #9

FOs:
Foamy by Gocke Baser out of NaturallyCaron.com Spa in colorway Misty Taupe
Cloths by Marleen Wood out of miscellaneous cotton

In the Queue:
Spa Day Facecloths
Dishcloth Duo
Circle Cloth

I need your recommendations about a shawl pattern for my Summer Blooms fingering weight yarn.

In Search of Stash:
Sugar N Cream in faded denim
Lusting After: Socks that Rock in Lucky & Twisted Fiber Art in Ravelry

Knit Quote:
I’m in therapy and sewing is cheaper than a psychiatrist. ~ Author Unknown

In Other Crafts:
Box Bag Tutorial
Memorial Cards
Flannel Shawl

Podcasts!
Knittin on the Fly

My Thoughts:
Nostepinne is lovely
Knitting Stash for Droid
2011 Goals

Contact Me:
lizzythemama on Plurk & Ravelry
Personal blog: seelizzyknit.blogspot.com

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7 Responses to “>Episode 1: After many attempts to upload”

  1. Bev Love February 16, 2011 at 10:14 am #

    >Awesome Awesome Awesome – great first episode. I love that you do so many different crafts. I am a knitter who likes to keep many projects going at the same time too.

  2. MariGayle February 17, 2011 at 9:24 am #

    >Great episode! I really enjoyed watching. I can't believe we've been knitting about the same amount of time. You seem to know more than me… 😦 I hate that Caron shitty SPA yarn too! I thought it would be perfect because it is so soft. Lesson learned!

  3. Debbi Lynn February 18, 2011 at 10:10 am #

    >Loved it!! 🙂

  4. knit1spin2 February 19, 2011 at 9:46 am #

    >What a nice podcast! I love to hear from new knitters. There is so much excitement in your voice! I look forward to listening to the next one as soon as I pick up my teen – who was also once a wild 4 year old. Wild can be good – they will accomplish great things with all that energy.And by the way – Italian Sweet Creamer ROCKS!

  5. The Elusive Thread February 20, 2011 at 12:53 pm #

    >This is a great first episode! I really like that the sound volume is perfect and that you are so excited! Enthusiasm is key with this!:)

  6. The Clever Bit February 20, 2011 at 2:13 pm #

    >Great job. Very enjoyable.

  7. Alicia February 28, 2011 at 1:43 pm #

    >Great episode! Check out The Book of Monsters by Rebecca Danger. My 4 year old son (who is the funniest kid alive) and my 8 year old daughter love all of them. And the first one I made, well, it's legs were a little wonky BUT it's a monster so it just gave him character. Can't go wrong with that!!!

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