Ok, first off, I have to come clean with the fact that I bit off more than I can chew deadline-wise and don’t have CRL done for you today. I suck, I know, but bear with me–Dave and I are going to try and pound it out over the next coupla days so it’ll go up this weekend. Stay tuned!
This week, Bungalow 3 (the production company for the LifetimeTV.com crafting segments I’m hosting) descended upon mi casa. Lifetime’s going to be launching this section on their site for Holiday crafting with 5 different hosts (with completely different styles from each other) showing how to make projects for: 4th of July, Halloween, Winter Holidays, Valentine’s Day & Spring. My dear friend Crafty Chica was kind enough to recommend me for the Needle Arts Expert, hosting position. My segments will cover knitting, crochet, machine felting, basic sewing & punch embroidery. It was so much fun doing these, and really nice having a production crew come to me for a change. Here’s a few snaps from the 2-day shoot:
Halloween segment set-up, in my kitchen.
Cameraman Brian, shooting the close-ups of my hands, for the crochet project.
Hi, I make cheese-ball faces and have monstrous, fake eyelashes! At least my Valentie’s Day Naughty Secretary Club earrings are cute!
Producers Lisa & Jamie, setting up the Christmas set in my living room.
Brian, getting a “beauty” shot of my punch-embroidered project. Apparently the ghost from Christmas past is visiting in the lower, RH corner of this shot.
The first of these videos will go live on the Lifetime Television website on June 1st. I’ll keep you posted!
Have you met her? This is final shade of VH Montoya Merino, Sputnik Spruce, and she’s practically perfect in every way. Hand-dyed by the amazing @spunrightround I could not love this non-traditional, holiday palette more!
Get this limited edition run of Sputnik Spruce in the YarnYAY! December box. Now available at YarnYAY.com (link in bio)!
Ok, reposting the December Unboxing, because it looks like I chose the wrong posting option last time, so only 90 seconds came through. The vid’s 7 minutes, so hopefully this time it works! (It’s posted in full on my Facebook page, YouTube, and YarnYAY.com, too.) Thanks for your patience!...