Mo Rocca Gets a New Sweater. Ravelry members presented Mo with a sweater designed by Norah Gaughan and hand knit by Ravelry members. In February he made a comment that all home made sweaters itch. Franklin Habit and various Chicago knitters proved him wrong. Unfortunately there's no embed on the NPR player, but you've got to see this! Mo Rocca vs. Knitters. Click Here to Watch. Here's a follow up video as Mo now loves hand knitting so much he wanted to learn to knit himself.
I should have posted this as soon as I got some products listed, but anyway, here it is: knitterditter.etsy.com. I'm going to try and get a widget that shows what I'm selling right here on this site. I just need more time to work on it! And boy does this site need some work! My goal is to have book reviews, tips and tricks for knitters, maybe even some product reviews... I did the homework a few weeks back, and now I can't remember what I said. Ummm, pay no attention to the knitter behind the computer. Sorry, my mind hasn't been focused on knitting at all this week. I've been working on a devotional for my Bible Study, my first one ever! I'm stepping out. I just feel like I don't have a whole lot of time right now. Perhaps when summer starts I can focus. I won't have the study (unless I join the one I'm considering...) or choir every week. Hopefully the tweaking on my other website will be less too. R-Ranch in the Sequoias. Check it out, I think it is coming along nicely. Well, I'm off to choir practice now!