I'll share the video again to get us all in the mood for the New York Sheep & Wool Festival, happening this weekend in Rhinebeck NY. See you there?
And in other WIP news, my Audrey sweater is bolero sized. With a super busy and social long weekend, I knew by Sunday there was no way no how it'd be a sweater in time for Rhinebeck. Which is predicted to be balmy, anyway. Let's cheer for the procrastinating knitters! Catch me in a shawlette or maybe, early in the morning, in my Shellseeker. (and as an aside, maybe someone will get a decent photo of me wearing it. I mean, really, those are awful at that link).
Finally in this Wednesday's WIP roundup-: I'm putting the final touches on a Photo Editing for Knitters webinar that'll debut live, next week, from Interweave. It's taught using a free online software,no PhotoShop necessary at all. I am having so much fun putting it together. We'll go from basic editing--cropping, straightening, adjusting color and contrast and opening up shadows, that kind of thing to really touching up a photo to change the emphasis on what it's about, to retouching people, to adding text and graphics and making a collage.
Sign up here to watch it live on Oct 22, 2014 at 1 pm eastern, you get access to download the recorded version if you watch it live. Or you can order it recorded. It is going to be packed with demos, tips and ideas, so I suspect the "watch a bit, pause, try something on your computer, watch a little more" factor is going to be very useful.
PS. The mittens shown in the promotional photo are Lodestar, by Amy Christoffers, from Green Mountain Spinnery. In case you were wondering!