May 27, 2011
Last weekend saw the final football game of the season for the Hill Country Colts, and while my intention was to once again take the opportunity for a little knitting in public, I was thwarted by the weather. Tornadoes and hail storms in the surrounding area left the humidity level incredibly high. But, not all knitting related goodness was was done away with. Hooray for garage sales put on by fellow fiber enthusiasts! For more details on that, have a listen to this week’s episode, in which you’ll also finally hear a little more from my husband than just a Southernism definition.
If you are new to the world of crafty podcasts, or if you have been around for a while and, by some glitch in the space-time continuum, have managed to remain completely unawares, allow me to direct you to the absolutely fabulous CraftLit, with Heather Ordover.
Were you a child of the ’80s? Take a trip down memory lane with the inspiration for today’s episode title, Jem and the Holograms.
Many thanks to email Adam for allowing me to pick his brain about photography and videography! If you have any questions for him, or just want to do a little more brain-picking, email email@example.com and put ADAM in the subject line.
I really want to knit the Horai scarf by Hiroko Fukatsu, and one day I will… just not today.
If you do anything charitable with your creative skills, please visit the CraftLife Ravelry thread, “Creating for a Cause”, and tell us all about it!
AND, if you are in the US, have a great Memorial Day weekend. 🙂