Episode 34 - Knitting Away On Socks
Hello my dears!
It's a quick episode this week. I've been very busy making project bags and needle cozies for my shop. But I've still managed to squeeze in knitting time! I'm working on a couple pairs of socks at the moment because they are (mostly. . .) quick and easy.
There will not be a podcast next week. I am going to be out of town visiting family. But, if you want to stay updated with what I'm doing, be sure to follow along with my vlogmas. I am going to attempt to keep vlogging even while I'm around family. We shall see how successful I end up being!
Molly - A Homespun House: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCKBneIa3Vm16E-g2_y5m1NQ
Dani - Little Bobbins Knits: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCF4l3ITRsJq9xKLmXn1s3-A
Paintbox Sock Yarns - Fairisle Forest: https://www.loveknitting.com/us/paintbox-yarns-socks
Spindrift Shawl - Helen Stewart: https://www.ravelry.com/patterns/library/spindrift-shawl
Cross Stitch: 00:13:25
Shop News: 00:15:32
Project Bags: https://www.emmycouture.com/shop/?category=Project+Bags
Needle Cozies: https://www.emmycouture.com/shop/?category=Needle+Cozies
Book Talk: 00:21:03
All of the Agatha Christie books I have read have been excellent. I will admit to not being particularly fond of the Miss Marple stories. There is something about Miss Marple that just annoys me! I do like Hercule Poirot and any of the other stories. Also, if you are a fan of Agatha Christie, do be sure to check out the Sherlock Holmes stories by Arthur Conan Doyle.
Life Updates: 00:23:15
We found out that Mac has some sort of bug/parasite in his tummy. We've taken him to the vet and they gave us some medicine to give him. We have to wrap him up in a towel (so he doesn't scratch us) and put the medicine in his mouth. He does NOT appreciate it!!! Hopefully he will be much better in a few days.
Evan and I will be driving to Tennessee visit my family next week! I have plans to stop by a couple of yarn/craft stores in Nashville: Haus of Yarn and Craft South. I am hoping to purchase a couple "souvenir" skeins of yarn. Then I can knit up an extra special project.