There are no shownotes this week – the fiber I showed you is for the Frolic, there was no Grabby Hands, and the notebook and index card files can be purchased almost anywhere. I’ll do better next week!
Archive for April, 2010
This week, I share the news that I’ve been bursting about for two weeks now, and show the mother of all Grabby Hands. There’s a tiny glitch several minutes in all you miss is that the person who introduced me to SW BFL is CJKopec of CJKopecCreations (last week’s Grabby Hands). It’s just one of the reasons I adore her so.
“Sea Glass” sock yarn 75% SW Merino, 25% nylon, 462 yards.
ILOOMinated Yarns – gorgeous sock yarns, great prices, fantastic names.
Next week, learn about the origin of the “fiberista” title and t-shirt, and find out how you can get one for yourself!
Episode 1 is up for your viewing pleasure. Please be patient as I work out the technological kinks and get over my self-consciousness of being on camera! Leave a comment or email me at email@example.com to let me know what you think.
Episode 1 Shownotes:
My shop: Highland Handmades
What’s in the dyepot: “Feeding America” fiber
Kettle dyed yarn: “Sailor’s Delight” sock yarn
Space dyed fiber: “Mt. Katahdin” (link takes you to sold item)
Spot dyed yarn: “Lettuce Eat” sock yarn
Grabby Hands: CJ Kopec Creations
Fiber shown was “Galaxy”, 4 ounce braid of merino, bamboo and silk. GORGEOUS!
In the coming weeks, there’ll be a lot of changes around here. Bookmark this site now – you do *not* want to miss out!