Saturday, February 19, 2011

The Prologue



Now Performing:

Taking a Bow:

In the Spotlight:

In Rehearsal:
  • March Spring Fling KAL

A Round of Applause:
Mary Lynn's Yarn Garden
(309) 820 0174
102 East St. Suite 350
Bloomington, IL 61701

If you see anything that I missed or want me to talk about something in an upcoming episode please feel free to comment or you can email me at MrDramatic1064@gmail.com

27 comments:

  1. Amen on the silent reading! Great job, I really enjoyed it!

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  2. Awesome Steven,

    I am so glad you took the plunge. I really enjoyed your prologue. Your Green Hornet socks are great, I did not know the green was that bright. Your cowl and sweater are wonderful. I appreciate the mini-review of the Keurig, I am on the fence over buying myself one. I look forward to the next episode.

    Cheers,
    Bev aka paletpc

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  3. Awesome start! I love your theater themed segments. Look forward to your next episode.

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  4. Great job! I really enjoyed it.

    I watch Let's Knit2gether too! It's so great, and it's also the first one I started watching. Glad you gave CAT a shout out. :D

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  5. Great job. I am so glad to see a man's perspective on knitting via video. I really like the creative segment names. I am already looking forward to next weeks installment.

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  6. I love this, can't wait for more. Great Job.

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  7. FANTASTIC job!!!! So happy that you've joined the ranks!

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  8. Your first episode was wonderful. I can't wait for the next one. Great Job

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  9. Oh you mention Bloomington IL! I'm from there but I don't live there now. My family is still in Bloomington and the surrounding area. I didn't know that Borders was closing. :( I love to go there then afterwards I would go next door to Panera for a bagel. *sigh*

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  10. Great first videocast, Steve! I'm looking forward to watching more from you. It's fun to be hearing from a guy knitter! :)

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  11. How cute are you? I really enjoyed the podcast! I love your sense of humor, reminds me of myself in my art classroom.... Your knitting is lovely! Can't wait until next week. (I COMPLETELY agree on the Borders/B&N thing... I do not like to pay for a reward)

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  12. Challee (french speaking from Quebec...Canada)February 20, 2011 at 5:47 PM

    I really enjoyed your videocast. Can't wait for the next one !!! Very good job...Love your style !!

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  13. Great episode! Now give BN a chance and go finish those Sookie books, lol. See ya next week :)

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  14. Just sayin' I love LetsKnit2gether, too.

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  15. Hi there! I really enjoyed your videocast this morning. Great job.....please continue. Love the dogs too. Knit On! "KathyInIowa" on Rav.

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  16. LetsKnit2Gether was my first too....

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  17. Really enjoyed your videocast. Congratulations and keep up the good work!

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  18. Keep going. I enjoyed the videocast. --ac

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  19. Enjoyed your videocast! You made me think that the real first videocast was Elizabeth Zimmerman :)

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  20. Love the Vidcast. I have the singel cup Kuerig coffe maker and we have two of their re-usable filters and love them. We are on a tight budget and those K cups can add up compared to pounds of coffee.

    "Will see" in my household usually means no. My kids even know it.

    I also started watching Letsknit2gether

    Great show you are a pro.

    Sheila

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  21. wonderful! nice to see another male perspective! i know that we are out there, just need a bit more visibility. This is a great start.

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  22. Just finished watching your first podcast - I think it's terrific! It's nice to hear from a guy's perspective, and I really enjoy the "extra" stuff you talk about that isn't just knitting related! Keep 'em coming! :)

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  23. Really enjoyed your podcast. You have a nice looking man cave there too. Just thought I'd throw in an idea for the kids fang sweater. If you didn't want to do intarsia, you could totally do duplicate stitch after you knit the sweater. You just follow the charts the same. It does produce a raised area on the sweater, but for children that's an added bonus usually. Kids love texture. Anywho, keep up the great show.

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  24. Fabulous first podcast! I'm looking forward to more. Love your bookshelves--I dream of someday having a wall of shelves full of books and yarn. I totally agree with Melody--Knit the little fang sweater and then just duplicate stitch the fangs and blood. It's quick and easy and looks great! Love the theatre theme as I was involved in theatre from Jr. High through college. See you on the forum!

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  25. Please keep doing what you're doing! I really enjoy your podcasts, Steve. I heard Lala mention you. The Knitgirllls is another podcast I love. I subscribed through Itunes from your link, so far it's working.

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  26. Can't wait to meet you at the Fling! Great firt podcast.

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