Episode #25 Share the Trail
Before we get in to knitting…though I am eager to share with you all many knitting things in this episode, I wanted also to give you friends a peek in to how my arm is progressing. I try not to make a big deal of it each week on air, but I am gaining mobility! Slowly, yes, but surely. I hope it doesn’t make anyone uncomfortable, but in this episode you will see my entire shoulder has gained motion range and a bit downwards in my arm! I still have a ways to go before I need to change the name of the podcast and blog, but the glimmer of hope shines bright! Maybe by next Christmas? Progress and exercise has been keeping me busy lately…that and a few days of travels! Again, I know some viewers are sensitive to my arm issue, but there is nothing strange and you need to watch closely, but you should see progress! I have been working hard and hope you all are excited to see the fruits of my labors =)
Now on to other things!
This week we start at 3500 feet above sea level heading up Koke’e. We actually film at 3600 feet and by podcast end I am chilly!
Things I mention and show:
One Moore for Camp Loopy Some times you need to say YES! I am commiting to finishing this and other times you need to say Nope! This is so not happening. Watch the podcast to see what I decide…finally…
Castle Pullover The Rav project page I have made is weeeeeeaaaak but hang in there and I will make up for it asap! I love this sweater/pullover and look forward to having it to wear for Christmas Night on the beach!
STRANDavarious yarn from The Yarn Store at Nob Hill
Things I mention but fail to bring on the hike and didn’t hike back to the car to get:
The Girl from Nantucket Hat I linked the amazing fingerless mitts and Laura will release the pattern soon! I will keep you posted!
There are two new segments to the podcast that I won’t spoil here…
Things of note:
And of course that I missed you all!! It was nice once again to chat. I hope to be all caught up with message responses this week. I also intend to do a bit more blogging during the week, so be sure to comment and let me know you are reading as well as give me your thoughts!
And lastly, I am so thankful to Diane, Leslie and Laura for believing I could do something no matter what. Then investing themselves in to teaching me. My e-spinner is due to arrive Monday and I CAN NOT WAIT!!
Here is all of us at The Loopy Ewe AN AWESOME YARN SHOPPE online or in person!