Knitting is not just about the yarn and needles. So, next in our series of gifts for knitters that aren't yarn or needles is a selection of gadgets and tools for the savvy knitblogger.
The dedicated knitblogger needs some techie tools to blog in a style that is becoming to one's stash. For instance, If you want to have a fully documented stash on Ravelry, you're going to need a fabulous laptop, a high-quality camera, a super fantastic smart phone, and a HD camera that you can fit in your pocket. OK, well maybe some of these things will just help with your blogging ;)
These items have been chosen mainly because I covet them.
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It's got more than 12 mega pixels, a nifty lens (at least in the Amazon package), Movie capture, and a 2.7 inch LCD screen. I could eat that for breakfast.
Yes, yes, I know everyone wants an iphone, but I don't want a smart phone that doesn't actually work as a phone. I know that Verizon will probably get the iphone in 2012, but it's not 2012 and I need a functional smart phone now, so I have a Droid X. I love lurve my DroidX.
It's great for capturing that yarn graffiti that keeps popping up everywhere.
> Rose Kim Knits
> Nutmeg Knitter
> Random Knits
> Confessions of a Yarn Addict
> Project Stash
> Breathe In Two Three Four
> Queer Joe's Knitting Blog
> An Old German's Knitting Blog
> Knitting to Stay Sane
> Minding My Own Stitches
> Barf Green is Best
> Dayana Knits
> Thread Panda
> Pumpkin Sunrise
> Peacefully Knitting
> Mis Lanitas
> Stash Shop Blog
I'm Angela. I'm an obsessed knitter.
Blogging about knitting since 2004.
What's going on now?
To sum up: husband has a job after two layoffs in 2013. Husband has been laid off for the fourth time in two years due to companies cancelling projects. I have two kids under the age of 5, we just moved in with my mother in law and I think I'm starting to get my mojo back. I've had writer's block for weeks.
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