Wednesday, January 30, 2008

Sending out hearts

Not the "bestest" picture, but hearts go out to ya all...What a pun! Love these patterns. To my hearts content, Teri Dusenbury, and Pineapple split ring heart, Sherry Matthews. Do NOT tell my exchange partners!! Next is doilies for next month and I am using Iris Niebach (yes, AGAIN) Margerite. Picture later.

Wednesday, January 23, 2008

Hearts and doilies and knitting socks

New podcast will be up in a day or so. I think I am doing it right. I uploaded tonight so hopefully will be in the box tomorrow. I am trying to get it on iTunes but they were slow tonight it takes a couple weeks to see it there though. Posting pics later of my heart exchanges...After they get to my partners!! Have a good (rest of) week
It will be here if you do not see it in the box later:

Saturday, January 12, 2008

Now, I did it!

My first (maybe last) podcast is on the right of the post. It is called Arlene Tats and Knits. I hope you all will like it...I am using the conversational style versus instructional. So what we will chat about is what is on the shuttles, needles and how it is in our lives today. I am NOT morbid in any way, nor (too) dirty!! So, the first episode is about when it all began and where it is going. Sounds VERY profound. Please leave messages and if it really sucks email me privately on!! The first episode is about 29 minutes. Thanks and good luck!!

Errata: I think I said Sue Hanson was the coordinator of the exchanges. Dummy, that would be Mary Donahue who can be found at Icela's world. Sorry! I need to take better notes!

Yeah! I did it.

To the right you will see a link to my new podcast called Arlene Tats ans Knits. The first episode is up. It is about 29 minutes so sit back and relax with your shuttles, if you dare. This process is complicated to me right now, so I hope you will bear with me. Looks like I will have to pay for any more casts beyond a very limited number soooo, I will prob do that. It appears to be inexpensive. It took me days to figure it out, but I hope it takes off. I listen to knitting podcasts all the time. It covers me on the way in to work