- Prairie Girls Knit and Spin, In a Sknit, and Aussie Yarning gave shoutouts
- iTunes reviews and donations are GREATLY appreciated!
- Brown Striped Ragg socks are finished, Patons Kroy and Lifestyle Toe Up Sock method
- Top-Down Seamless Petticoat Doll by Susan B. Anderson for my niece, knit in Red Heart and I Love This Yarn
- Woolen Mill St. Yarns corriedale roving in Juliette Jules
- Podcaster Throwdown and Ravellenic mashup of knitting as many Halos for Hope hats as possible. Join me on Team Sasquatch and my own giveaway on the Knitting Butterflies group.
- Using the Barley Hat pattern by TinCan Knits
- Knitpicks Swish yarn
- #nerdalong has begun! I'm starting with the Hunter Cowl by Diana Burk (pattern no longer available due to copyright) Please join me as knitting nerds unite!
- Also I want to pick up a copy of Unofficial Harry Potter Inspired Knits and knit the Mermaid Shawl, Dragon's Egg socks, Ginny's cardigan
Countdown to 30:
- I've been beginning to struggle with body image issues, as I head in to my 30's I want to squash that immediately so as I grow older and change I can push those awful thoughts out of my head.
- I want to take Amy Herzog's class Knit to Flatter to appreciate the body I have been given
- A few changes have been made in my home to help take care of the body I have
Photographing Your Knits:
Photo courtesy of godigitalsslr.com
- Answering a question about photographing in the snow
- BE SURE to check your white balance! Snow often looks blue in your camera, change to the shade setting (as long as it doesn't turn the snow yellow) :-D
- Find the exposure compensation setting on your camera. I like to adjust mine to +0.7 to compensate for the camera making your image darker. This also works for white backgrounds in general.