lk2g-021 Rhinebeck 2007 Preface

In this first of a multipart series on the 2007 NYS Sheep and Wool Festival, you’ll go on a journey with CAT as she enters the Rhinebeck handspun knitted garment competition.

What I’m wearing/carrying

Special thanks to Bob Davis from Rhinebeck Sheep and Wool Festival!

Music in this episode:
Marriott Jazz Quintet – On the Sixth Day

9 Responses to “lk2g-021 Rhinebeck 2007 Preface”


  1. 1 Marcy

    Wow! Second place. Congratulations! How come you didn’t spin the buffalo on your Fricke?

    I really enjoy your video podcast. I must have watched the two spinning episodes a dozen times.

    I can’t wait to see more of Rhinebeck.

  2. 2 Gertjan

    I checked the website every day, and at last I saw the new video.

    It’s great, I can’t wait to see the next episode.

    Grtz…

  3. 3 Tommy

    I am so proud of you! 2nd place!!! I have loved this podcast and eagerly wait for new episodes all the time! Thanks for all you do for me!

  4. 4 elizaduckie

    CONGRATULATIONS Cat! Beautiful job…very pretty looking shawl.

    I loved the intro shots of this years Rhinebeck setting up — really gave me a feel for what it all looks like. AND it made me miss the northeastern fall colors. I could almost smell the leaves….thanks for that!

    I enjoy your shows, especially because the quality of the actual video’s are kept high and the selections of the shots are super! — I thank Eric for the production side! Since your quality is so high [and the host is very smooth and relaxed now] unlike U-tube vids, etc., I’d like to encourage you to expand the ‘intro’ shows. Take each show and give more detailed instruction, for instance show actual stitches and do how to’s slower and in greater detail.

    Maybe do a KAL and show how to’s along the way. There are so many who would appreciate having their hands held…if you need to, a small charge for this “video class” should be easily managed by subscribers.

    Whatever you want to do I hope you keep doing it…so far it’s all been very enjoyable. And now I have my new Apple laptop the video runs so very smoothly, with no stopping and stuttering of the feed, as I used to experience.

    Thanks to both of you from a very appreciative me!

  5. 5 Barb Fessler

    Beautiful shawl!!!!!!!!!!
    I love your video pod casts. Both fun and informative.

  6. 6 Nina

    Hey Kat! I’m finally getting caught up. Congrats on that beautiful red ribbon! Woo hoo! The clapotis is gorgeous, too. Can’t wait to see more Rhinebeck.

  7. 7 Kristie Davis

    Hi Cat,
    The buffalo and silk shawl was gorgeous!! And a red ribbon on your first attempt!!!. I was so impressed with the definition of the stitch pattern and how even it turned out after blocking. What a lot of work you put into it!!
    Congratulations and keep up the podcasts. I really enjoy them.
    Kristie Davis
    Hot Springs, Arkansas

  8. 8 Don Bridges

    Wonderful podcasts. Very informative and I really admire the production quality. Sort of in a PBS High Def kind of way. Keep up the good work

  9. 9 Erica Reynoso Montalvo

    WOW! Just watched this episode for the first time! Congrats! (three years later). I found myself holding my breath when the ribbons were being passed out and exclaimed with joy when your shawl was awarded second place. Not shabby, esp. since you were up against stiff competition. So cool! And I thought it was sweet the way eric congratulated you. too cute.

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