I have a real live I spoke to her in person interview with Karina Westermann. You can go find out more about her from Kariebookish on Ravelry and she has her own group Karie Bookish Knits and she blogs under http://www.fourth-edition.co.uk/ She was really lovely and thankyou Karie.
I also have a wee chat with one of the organisers of Edinburgh Yarn Fest who is Linda and has the etsy shop http://www.etsy.com/shop/madebycraftyally
Wots e Craic generally will talk about my weekend down at Edinburgh and i forgot to tell you what i bought, I bought some Old Maiden Aunts 4ply in grey and some Lotus Yarns cashmere fingering weight and some Ripplescraft 4ply (this was a present for mum) and some shawl pins and some stitch markers from Owl Print Panda http://www.owlprintpanda.blogspot.co.uk/
There is a collective update in the Me Me Me section.
I have a Drams with our lovely friend Grahame who gave Richard an 8 year Old Pulteney Single Malt Whisky.
I have also turned into an iPhone app (sorry androiders) so if you go to www.caithnesscraftcollective.podbean.com/mobile on your handset and chose me then click the middle button on the selection at the bottom which gives you the option to add to bookmarks and you chose the middle one which says add to home screen. Get me all Appy.
Please remember and send me messages for your bookmark and to enter the competitions - a pattern from Ravelry up to £10, a project bag made in your design, Fair Isle by Sarah Don book. Its open until 31 March 2013. Not that many of you have entered yet so get to it soldier. And thankyou for the reviews, I love you, no I love you more....
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Music at the start is the very cool Carnivores where you can buy them at www.carnivores1.bandcamp.com
The sound at the end is me at Waverley Train Station on the way home. I love a good old fashioned plum in the mouth British Rail station announcer.