Friday, December 28, 2012

Episode 60: Zombies are COOL Now


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SHOW NOTES:
KALs are wrapping up:
Crazy Zombie Squirrel KAL in Nov/Dec 2012
For Good Hat  
$2000 in sales donated!!
THANKS to all who bought, gifted, and or are knitting the pattern
Make sure to join in the KAL til 12/31/2012 for LOADS of wonderful PRIZES

Baby It's Cold Outside KAL prizeElizabeth Quintan bags and she has a 15% coupon code 'Zombie2013' until 1/31/2013

Announcement: Amy and Megan have new designs for Knittingsmybag BAM (Bags and More) designs for February 2013 - stay tuned!

Retreat news:
Stockinette Zombies LLC has been formed and the hotel contract has been signed
Hotel reservation details here: http://stockinettezombies.blogspot.com/p/zombie-knitpocalypse-2013-hotel.html
Vendor contracts and excursion, goodie bags, and t-shirt announcements are next up!

Coupon codes:
Confetti the zombie cat promotion with the code 'SandyHook'
Partying it UP and Getting DOWN socks promotion with code 'stripyNewYear'
Kitchen Counter Crafter  20% off with code 'Zombie20'
Elizabeth Quintan bags 15% coupon code 'Zombie2013' until 1/31/2013

Megan FO:
Idlewood

Megan WIPs:
Brigids sock by the incomparable Amy Beth
Icelandic Snowbird

Megan NEXT UP:
Heidi Kirrmaier Nanook with Bamboo Ewe
Incognito 

Megan Acquisitions & Enabling:
Elizabeth Quintan large bag review and THANKS!

Amy Finished Objects:
None

Amy ACTIVE WIPS:
Vintage Stash Busting aka sweater of DOOM

Pile of shame planning

Amy Acquisitions & Enabling:
Christmas gifts: Namaste bags and Into the Whirled club fiber

Thanks for joining us on our knitting adventures!

3 comments:

  1. Hi! I just discovered you girls and have been 'lurking' for a few episodes. I have a burning question! Who do you say goodbye to at the end of each of your episodes? Is it "Ufda"? What does it mean?

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    1. Hello Ana! Thanks for watching and for the question. OOFTA is a Minnesotan Norwegian thing. We love how people say goodbye in their dialects (i.e. bye yall) and wanted to something similar. Here is a brief explanation of the word oofta: http://www.urbandictionary.com/define.php?term=oofta

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  2. Thank you! I love our country! Ana

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