I’m getting better at sitting down for videos. I think I like the 10 minute format – short and sweet – and it allows me to share just a few things. Discussed in this video:
- Cotton Tecumseh sweater
- Jellybean Pins and Stickers in my Etsy Shop
- Birthday Sweaters I’ve made myself:
- Ausma Sweater
- Katia Concepts Yarn
- Dark Cloud pattern by Joji Locatelli
- Linus sweater
- Nerd Bird Makery T-shirt
- Love Note Sweater, number 1 and number 2
And let me know what you think I should embroider on my Rhinebeck sweater! I can’t wait to see what folks come up with.
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You can embroider “My dog has this sweater too.” 🤣🤣
😂😂 OMG I LOVE IT
That’s a good one!
Sounds good to me, too. Such a sweet dog!
Instead of a phrase how about a picture of Jellybean?
I’m not that good at embroidery 😂
Something with, or about, rainbows!
Peace Love Knit…symbols or words. Love your Linus sweater color choices. Wow it’s just so perfect for you.
Love the watch band matched to your sweater. Do you do this often? Where do you source your watch bands? Good luck with grad school. It will be fine.
Another fun vlog. My husband and I curled up on the couch to watch it together. It must have been a warm day because Jellybean was clothes free. 😀
Well, this won’t necessarily work for your embroidery sweater but I was trying to come up with something I could put on a tag for knits that I gift and not feeling good about anything in particular (I didn’t want to use my name, but I wanted to identify the piece as handmade). After listening to one of your vblogs (was it the Kristy Glass interview?) I stole something you said when you were talking about your knitting: “This is Love”.
So I had some tags made with This is Love in script, and a second smaller line that says ‘Handmade” – and I love them! Thanks for the inspiration!
Awww I love this!!
You have a sign on your wall that I noticed in the post about Jellybean. It would be wonderful!
Embroider ‘gorgeous life’!
Jellybean naked? Must be August!
I like the suggestion above of “this is love”.
Another idea based on your post about going back to school “You got this!”.
The phrase “ This us love “ is ideal!
Love your podcasts and thanks for featuring cotton yarns as well as alternative fibers. As a former
Marylander and now a Georgia girl these ideas are so reassuring.
You get the Oscar for Most Interesting Podcast in Ten Minutes, Dana! So fun, so well organized, so much content. Thank you! I think Ausma is going to have to go into my cue. So envious of the Franklin Habit workshop… I’m liking the references to Jellybean for your sweater “slogan.”