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Tuesday, August 17, 2010

A name... what is in a name.

I've been thinking alot about what name to give my film. I have until know referred to it as "A Knitted Convenience" which was simply because this whole project was initially inspired after a day of filming a knit up of a toilet. I don't really feel like this title connects anymore since my film is now reaching the global community. I need a title that describes everyone and paints a picture of the stitch community.

I have a few little ideas for a title, but I thought I'd put it out there; if you have a great name for this documentary, please email it to and you will for sure be credited if I chose your title. Of course, there are a few suggestions already, so in the case that your title suggestion is the same as mine or another person- it's a first come first served process, as I'll credit the first person to suggest the name that is chosen.

Since this is a community project, it would be really great to have some input!

I have this urge to.... dance a little.

Monday, August 16, 2010

Ravelry at a PicKnit in Glasgow

Some filming in Glasgow's botanical gardens involved chatting to Ravelry creators Jessica and Casey. The park was filled with knitters, crochet lovers, and loads of CAKE! A cake was even baked for Jessica and Casey with the Ravelry logo! Either way, a gorgeous sunny day with some wonderful people. More info about Glasgow PicKnits can be found at

Saturday, August 14, 2010

wicked knit in SOHO, New York

My friend emailed me this photo yesterday. I wanted to share it because it's awesome.

P.S A new video clip coming online very soon! Watch this space.