Friday, December 5, 2014

Episode 46: Having the Right Stuff

Having the right supplies for projects can be invaluable when it comes to saving time and getting a project right the first time. That's a lesson I've been learning the hard way, but one that won't soon be forgotten. Join me to catch up on this particular lesson and more!

Out o' the Bag
  • Biased Transitions
  • Pom Pom Garland
  • Ear Warmer 
  • Operation Gratitude Paracord Bracelets (forgot to mention this during the recording)
Pom Pom Garland
Paracord Bracelets for Operation Gratitude
In the Bag
Christmas Tree Skit Embroidery
 In My Library
  • Custom Fit (Amy Herzog)
  • Pattern for Baby Alpaca Mish Mash Scarf (click here for pattern)
In My Stash
  • Knit Picks Brava Worsted for Hello Kitty Crochet critters
  • Baggu Bags Medium 3D Zip and Large 3D Zip
In My Ears

In the Loop
  • Thanks to iauthor and yarnaholic for their iTunes reviews and five star ratings! More iTunes reviews would be greatly appreciated, this helps other podcast lovers find the show and don't forget to leave reviews for all the shows you listen to regularly. 
  • DCKnitter, sabrab, crochetster, patskein, Croshique, gayleywayley, iHeartCraft, CozyCouch, Greenwoman, Cinderga, theyarngoeson checked in on the Episode 45, Favorite Thanksgiving Food and Halloween Candy threads of chatter
Yoga Journey
  • Yoga Studio app has been invaluable, gives me a gentle nudge to get moving especially during this arctic cold spell. Two listeners have reached out noting they were giving it a try, so please share feedback on what you think.
  • Gone Girl the movie (creepy good!), The Fury (awesome movie)
  • Weck Jars for butter storage (among other things)
Thanks for joining me today and I hope you’ll join me again next time. Feel free to contact me at, comment here on the blog, reach out on Ravelry in the ShortysSutures Group, or join me on Facebook, Twitter, Instagram as @ShortysSutures or Pinterest. And please consider leaving a review on iTunes to help other podcast listeners find the show.

Until next time, keep those hands stitchin'!