Hello! After 24 hours of uploading my video is finally on the internet. Ai! That was a long time! I am enjoying summer break as you will see in the narrative below. This edition mostly features my deep dive into quilting but I plan to be back in wool force next time….ahem, with little bit of quilting.
As always thank you for watching. I hope this finds you well and in good spirits. A special thank you for those that invest financially through Patreon.
As usual, I hope this finds you well and in good spirits. Thank you all for your feedback and insight on my last post. I hope to make more vlogs which include activities associated with my lifestyle in the future. This edition is a little more traditional show and tell and includes stitching, quilting (yikes! I know) knitting and art journaling.
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Be well and many fond wishes,
PS: I had trouble with the link to Vimeo this time around. Thank you to those who alerted me to this! If you click the link below it should bring you to the Vimeo site. I am sorry this has been a rigamarole which required two postings! Should the link below not work please feel free to watch over at my Patreon Page where the content is public.
Aside from precarious technical moments, I enjoyed putting this vlog together. I admit my editing and filming skills are amateur but I think this format is pretty engaging. As always, thank you for tuning in and a special, heartfelt thank you for those who support the podcast through Patreon.
Hello! Well…I recognize March has 31 days but phew~ where did it go? Thank you a million times for joining me here. And a deep heartfelt thank you for those that invest your monies in the Patreon project. I hope this finds you well and in good spirits.
DETAILS: October 28-31, 2021 Wool Scouts Retreat: Millinocket
Thursday-Sunday: 3 nights lodging in a choice of shared or private room. All meals included from our River Driver’s Restaurant: 3 dinners, 3 breakfasts and 2 lunches as well as assorted snacks. Goodie bags, door prizes, exclusive marketplace and did we mention the cool, crisp, autumn air…fire places, cozy chairs, and good company!
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Hello! I hope you are well and moving through the world with ease. Something a little different this time as I gathered footage of many different crafts. I sneak in a some Maine life with a little peak into our family’s ice fishing and sugaring traditions. Fond wishes and thank you for tuning in!
I am just back to work after a long, February break. Yeeesh…re-entry is hard! I cobbled together some footage of a couple skis I took to share with you as well as some stitching. As you can infer from the title, there’s a lot of different crafts and this edition is a bit of a meander through that. I’ve done my best to highlight the major topics in the list below should you be interested in pursuing any products or patterns. Fond wishes to you!
Well, yes, there is more ice…I so wish I had the footage of the eagles this time as I had a very close encounter but alas my cinematic skills were not up to par. I hope you’ve been enjoying all that your season has to offer. You’ll find in the vlog a mix of knitting, spinning and stitching. I try to talk about the laws of thermodynamics and spinning but don’t worry no alternate dimensions are achieved;) I hope this finds you well and, as always, thank you from the bottom of my heart for tuning in!
I’ve dabbled a bit more in editing and filmography. I am enjoying this piece of the process and I hope my amateur skills add a little extra zing.
In this episode be prepared for LOTS of bird footage. As the title implies, there is a lot of ice and eagles. I enjoyed gathering little vignettes of my time over the holidays. I wonder what the next couple of weeks will bring now that I am back in school. I’ve brought my camera down south to my parents to capture some time with the sheep and maybe even my riding lesson!
I also awkwardly announce a Patreon page. You’ll see the link below the post if this is of interest to you. All the content remains free and charges will be on a per episode basis not to exceed two posts per month. Additional content will be posted here should I choose to add any additional episodes or enrichment. All the same, a heartfelt thank you for all support.
Again, I have included a little additional footage of what we’ve been up to in the North Woods. Many winter blessings to you and yours. Thank you for your support of this endeavor and I look forward to our time in 2021
Find the textile discussion at minute 8:00
Waffles the Puppy by Susan B. Anderson in Pure Wool Chunky-Knit Picks
TenderHearts by Tin Can Knits in Rauma Strikkegarn
The Jay Sweater by Heather Brockman-Holm Garde
Farm to Cable Yarns-Hillesvag Yarn Tinde, Vilje & Solje
I’ve added some elements this time round as I get more familiar with editing on iMovie. I am by no means a cinematographer or film specialist, but I had some fun adding music and other segments. The initial part features a hike I take with Ruby regularly and some scenery from around our house in the woods. I share a few funny stories of bear adventures and reminisce a bit about my old dogs, Fern, Coe and Bella. There is, of course, knitting and stitching at the end. I hope this finds you well and in good spirits. Thank you for your support of the vlog and all your comments and insights.
Tenderhearts by Tin Can Knits
The Jay Sweater by Heather Brockman
Norsk Spelsau from Holum Gard Gunn Elin Folland (gunnelinfolland on IG)
Robert Macfarlane and Jackie Morris- The Lost Spells, The Lost Words