Monday, December 09, 2013

Catching Up (another kinda sorta video podcast episode)




Hi, Knitters,
I just filmed another very spur of the moment Catching Up episode. Lots of fun links for you in the video! For email subscribers you can see the video by clicking right here.

I talked about:

My new patterns ~ Mini-Stocking and Candy Cane Ornaments and the 50 Row Shawlette ~ links to come as soon as the patterns are published!

Sunshine Yarns Superwash Merino Fiber in Cornish Pixies colorway
Solidago Socks by Mary Jane Mucklestone
Ella Marie Fiber in Tidal Pool (didn't see a link and the fiber was a gift)
Friends in Fiber Mulled Cider

Corrections: The shawlette has increases not decreases. Peachy is a senior in high school, not college.

I'll be back soon with those fun and seasonal patterns!
best, susie

21 comments:

fitzknitz721 said...

This is the first time I have had opportunity to hear you! Your humble excitement about your new patterns/projects was delightful to witness. I loved listening to you and I hope you continue these impromptu video casts!

fitzknitz721 said...

This is the first time I have had an opportunity to hear you speak about your "work". It was delightful listening to your humble excitement as you shared the newest additions to your pattern list. I hope you will continue to publish these impromptu video casts. So very enjoyable!

Jules (Tanknit) said...

Yay! Thanks! Everything looks so fun.

Jill C. said...

I love that you point out that a hat needs to cover the ears. You aren't kidding that it is stinking cold out. We hit -9* in the central U.P. last night and I was really wishing I'd done another few rounds on the hat I was wearing while unloading the car!

withsticksandstring said...

I'm such a sucker for the ruffles you do. I love the new shawlette, can't wait! :)

LoriOnLTB said...

Loved the video podcast! It's like sitting down with you over a cup of coffee (or tea) and talking about knitting. Thanks for sharing!

Karen said...

Hi Susan,
I have taken your craftsy classes and love them. I am so happy you have a video podcast! I love your weekly newsletters.

Anonymous said...

Loved your viedo and have a great idea, come and stay at my house and I Will teach you to sew and you can teach me to spin. LOL I WISH. Thanks for being there all the time with great patterns and ideas. Have a wondedful Christmas.
Nancy

Yarngirl32 said...

I also like your impromptu podcasts.You can say more than you can write any time. If you read these can you tell me how do you measure the yards on handspan yarn?

Yarngirl32 said...

I also loved your impromptu podcast! Do it again,please. If you read these can you tell me how you measure the yards of your handspan ?

Laurie said...

Thank you so much for sharing. I look forward to the sock ornaments! And yes, it is really cold here in MN!

Laurie said...

Thank you so much for sharing! I am really looking forward to the sock ornaments. Need to use up some odds and ends. And yes, it is really cold here in MN!

tahoe34 said...

Could you be any cuter??? OMG!!! Let's be best friends! Thanks, Susan, for the knitting chat..you and your patterns are the best. Merry Christmas!

kathy said...

Hi Susan,

Love the podcast.

Kathy

Susan B. Anderson said...

yarngirl32 -
I wind the yarn from the bobbin onto a 2 yd niddy noddy and then I count wraps around and multiply it by 2yds.

susan

Anonymous said...

Hi Susan!
I love your podcasts. The yarns look yummy. We just returned from Williamsburg, and my only purchases were handspun yarn from the Williamsburg sheep. Can't wait to make some mittens. You constantly inspire me.
Jeanne

Renee W said...

I really enjoyed your podcast. I become very inspired after watching it. Your enthusiasm is contagious!

Renee W said...

I really enjoyed your podcast. I become very inspired after watching it. Your enthusiasm is contagious!

Nancy said...

I feel like I just spent some fun time with a treasured (knitting) friend. Loved being "with" you. Thanks so much.

Merry Christmas to you and your cute family.

Nancy in Carmel, CA

stacyb said...

Love,love,love your podcasts!! Keep them coming Susan :)

stacyb said...

Love,love,love your podcasts!
Keep them comeing Susan :)