We’re a Hit!!!

youtubeshotThank you all so much for enjoying our first episode of “Knitter Be Damned!” The response was so cool and welcoming and we have to thank you all so much for your comments of encouragement and enjoyment. People really have reacted well to it and we’re looking forward to our next episode this coming Friday. We have decided to upload our new episodes every Friday night, so be sure to subscribe! This week we’re going to be touching on what it’s like for multiple knitters or crocheters to live in the same home, the blessings and curses of it, and then we’ll be off on our political topic of the week, and we’re also going to be doing a piece called “Advise for a Damn Knitter.” So, if you have a question about anything at all, be sure to leave it in the comments section here on my blog. Of course, we’ll also be doing our section, “My Husband Said What???” which people really seemed to get a kick out of.

So, thanks to all of you again for laughing and knitting with us, and if you haven’t seen our first episode, be sure to check it out here. Oh! And Phillip has a few new Strange Friends over in our shop, so be sure to check out what he’s been up to, also.

(Big sigh….with a smile, of course!) I really enjoyed doing “Knitter Be Damned.” And hopefully, with your help and a good couple of episodes, this just might lead to something truly amazing šŸ™‚ So, grab a beverage, grab your needles and spend a half hour with us!

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  1. I truly did enjoy it because it’s one thing to get to know you and Phillip through your words but it’s so much more personal watching the two of you interacting on video. Maybe you could get your cats to do a cameo appearance in a future video as well. Keep it coming, I laughed my head off.

  2. I forgot, I do have a few questions for you, or rather for Phillip: What kind of yarn do you use for the fuzzy parts on your special friends? Also, do you comb it after you’ve finished attaching it or do you do something else to make it stand up like that?

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