CRL–4 Days and Counting!

Well, we only have four more days until Thursday’s debut of CRL! I’m happy to report that as of yesterday, the first episode has been wrapped (produced, recorded, edited and engineered). As I type, web gal Jenny is hard at work getting “Dia de Los Crafty”(aka episode 001) ready to be set up on my website and iTunes.

In the meantime if you’d like to continue helping spread the podcast gospel (I’ll get back to you with more supporter links), add the brand spankin’ new CRL theme song to your My Space page that would R-O-C-K! Listen to it on my MS page and/or add it by going to the Zeros and Ones Recording page and clicking “Add” next to the “Vickie Howell Podcast Theme” on their player.

Happy Halloween week, everyone!


7 Responses to “CRL–4 Days and Counting!”

  1. Krystal

    I just found out about your new postcast Vickie and I cant wait to listen!!!

    I love watching you on Knitty Gritty even tho I dont know how to Knit just yet! You Inspire me!!!

    How can I get a supporter link for my blog to help announce your new podcast?

  2. chitknit

    Even though I’m too late posting the banner to get one of the fabulous prizes, I went ahead and put your CRL banner on my site as well. Love your shows, and your philosophy. Best of luck with everything!

  3. Scoutj

    Remind me if I forget to blog about it. Okay? And how fun is it that you’ll be hanging out with me while I dye yarn! (when I listen to podcasts)


  4. Vickie Howell

    knitxcore- Hey, I’m a Scorpio, too. ๐Ÿ™‚ Happy birthday, kiddo!

    Krystal–All you have to do is post the CRL banner on your blog or website and I’ll give you a supporter shout out, probably in the next week or so.

    Roe- Yay! My husband will be so proud.

    Chicknit–Thank you so much!

    Scout–Well, since I clearly havent made it to New Mexico to see you, I guess this is as close as I’ll be getting to hanging out while you dye. ๐Ÿ™‚


  5. ilutegija

    wow, i hope i’ll manage to hear you from this side of world:)
    1 day and counting?
    anyhow – i admire your work and words i’ve followed through the Knit1. Sounds bit like my world:)