Sun, 10 November 2013
This episode features my sometimes co-host, Charles, and we are talking dinner parties. There's also a recap of my recent creative exploits and a fab giveaway. Please note that no animals were harmed in the recording of this episode... you'll have to listen to find out more! Apologies in advance to my vegan friends!
Hello and welcome to the show; hello to new and returning listeners. On to the plan for today's show:
Recent Creative Exploits (02:25)
Check out my free pattern, the Basic Beanie, here: Basic Beanie Pattern. These would make good chemo caps, check out US charity, Halos of Hope, as mentioned on the Knitmore Girls' Podcast. Here's the Mini Christmas Sweater pattern on Ravelry and Craftsy. You can find iMake Magazine Issue 2 here. I have started a Merry Knitalong ball for this month - it's got a squirrel on it! I am still loving Arne and Carlos's 55 Christmas Balls to Knit. I am on a mission to finish Preppy Twisted (pattern by Voolenvine) for my stepfather. Will I make it?
Other craft news
Cross stitch has been rediscovered and I love Subversive Cross Stitch by Julie Jackson (review coming soon on the blog, it includes cheeky language - you have been warned!) Art class is going well - we were loving Georgia O'Keeffe last week. Don't forget to pick up your copy of iMake Magazine issue 2. Oh and then there's then running! Here's my marathon training blog: Run Martine Run. Finally, I am loving The White Queen Books by Philippa Gregory.
Dinner Parties with Martine and Charles (13:08)
Here are links mentioned in our chat:
Giveaway update and Wrap Up (42:20)
Here's a link to the giveaway: November Giveaway sponsored by LoveKnitting. Don't forget to use your discount code - imake10. If you are interested in sponsoring a giveaway please email firstname.lastname@example.org. Thanks to show sponsor LoveKnitting. Positive iTunes reviews, as well as donations to my marathon campaign are always appreciated. Don't hesitate to get in touch and give me some feedback. Keep listening for some silly out-takes...
Sun, 13 October 2013
In this short and sweet episode I'll tell you about my new sponsor and my latest challenge. There's a little knitting and the occasional mention of Christmas. It's just a quick episode today but there is more to come soon. So you know the drill, grab a work in progress and a cup of tea and we'll have a crafty catch up.
Hello and welcome to the show; hello to new and returning listeners. It's a short and sweet episode today. On to the plan for today's show:
I have a new sponsor - Love Knitting. Find them at loveknitting.com. iMake podcast listeners and blog readers can get a 10% discount using the code imake10 at the checkout.
Recent Creative Exploits (03:54)
There has been some knitting. I have mixed feelings about sock knitting so I am working on a beanie hat that features all the good bits about sock knitting. Pattern to follow (possibly!) Working title: Random Sock Yarn Hat. I have also been knitting mini Christmas sweaters for the Christmas tree (inspired by the Merry Knitalong). This pattern will be for the next issue of iMake Magazine (imakemagazine.com).
Loving my sexy hexies. The punch has really helped. Christmas crafts are on my mind. There's lots of chutney, a little knitting and some sloe gin. I may get some raspberry gin on the go. For more inspiration check out Pinterest and CraftGawker.
Knitters don't run (12:00)
I am running the London Marathon on 13 April 2014 for Anthony Nolan. Check out my training blog over at runmartinerun.wordpress.com. It's my second marathon - but I am definitely not a runner! It's a scary challenge. Please consider sponsoring me! Click the button below...
Perhaps you'll consider taking up a crafty challenge? Tell me more...
Wrap Up (19:42)
For photos of runs in Guernsey look at the hashtag #runmartinerun on Instagram. Don't forget to subscribe to imakemagazine.com - thank you so much. Thanks to show sponsor, Love Knitting. Positive iTunes reviews, as well as donations to my marathon campaign are always appreciated. Don't hesitate to get in touch and give me some feedback.
Sun, 15 September 2013
In this episode I'll tell you all about my very creative weekend. There's bread making, photography, decopatch, knitting, chutney making and a good natter with my sometimes co-host, Charles. Grab your current crafty work in progress, along with a cup of tea and a slice of cake, and lets get creative.
Hello and welcome to the show; hello to new and returning listeners. I have had a lovely, creative weekend and I want to share it with you. On to the plan for today's show:
Recent Creative Exploits (03:50)
This week I have been knitting my Radiance Shawl, the pattern is by Helen Stewart and it's really well written. There is a table so you can tick off rows as you go. The pattern costs US$6.00. I am knitting it in one of my New York souvenir yarns (Midnight in Manhattan, Madelinetosh Lace).
I have finished my Merry Knitalong ball for this month. It's called Tricolor and it's a 3 colour Christmas ball. Arne and Carlos know about the knitalong now thanks to Tony from the Bonito Club blog. Their book is 55 Christmas Balls to Knit.
I am still working on Preppy Twisted (pattern by Voolenvine).
I have been making sourdough bread; more on that later. I have also made plum chutney and I will share the recipe on the blog later in the week.
I've been doing a little Decopatch too. Here are the cardboard letters I mentioned:
I am still enjoying my ukulele and I picked up my harmonica recently too!
Thanks to everyone who reviewed iMake Magazine - I am so chuffed! Here is a post including links to all the reviews: Issue 1 Reviews. If you are interested in writing for the magazine please email me.
Chat with Charles (13:26)
Here are links mentioned in our chat:
Giveaway update (29:13)
Here's a link to the giveaway: September Giveaway.
Established in 2005, Bijou Basin Ranch is a small family owned and run yak ranch located just outside the small town of Elbert on the open plains of the Colorado outback about 65 miles southeast of Denver, Colorado. They have a marvellous selection of interesting yarn and fibre - there's plenty of yak, but also lots of other goodies, including a delicious cotton and cashmere blend called Roslyn. The winner of this giveaway will receive 3 balls of Roslyn (90% cotton, 10% cashmere), 2 purple, one white, and a lovely shawl pattern which has been designed specifically for this yarn called Roslyn Shawlette, by Marly Bird.
If you are interested in sponsoring a giveaway please email email@example.com.
Wrap Up (32:10)
Sun, 25 August 2013
The iMake podcast is back! I am feeling refreshed after my fantastic holiday. This episode includes a review of my recent creative exploits, as well as my adventures in New York. There's also a heads up about the iMake September giveaway. You know the drill, grab your current crafty work-in-progress and your beverage of choice, and let's have a crafty catch up.
Hello and welcome to the show. It feels good to be back! Welcome to new and returning listeners. The show will be released on an ad-hoc schedule moving forward (for now) but I am aiming for once a month at least. I have been active on Facebook, Twitter, Ravelry and Instagramlately. On to the plan for today's show:
Recent Creative Exploits (04:14)
I've been reorganising my knitting projects like a thing possessed. Something to do with recent yarn acquisitions...! Time for some guilt-free frogging. Here's my new queue: Martine's Ravelry queue. Here's a little article about the term "frogging". Frogged projects:
The Merry Knitalong is still going strong, next month's ball will be announced shortly! Visit Knitting Sarah's website. I have been trying to finish Preppy Twisted (pattern by Voolenvine). The project that I am not in a hurry to finish is my Knitted Patchwork blanket (free pattern by iMake). Here's a link to the KAL: Knitted Patchwork KAL. Links to all patterns in my Ravelry queue can be found here: Martine's Ravelry queue (although please note, it's subject to change on a regular basis!) You can also follow links to any yarns I have assigned to projects. Please feel free to stalk my queue, as well as the queues of other people you follow.
I am working on a semi-circular shawl - it's not really happening at the moment so I have put it away for a bit.
I am obsessed with English paper piecing. Here's a better definition of the technique than the one I gave on the the show: paper pieces. Thanks to Haley from The Zen of Making and Diane from Craftypod for creating this obsession. Here's Haley's great tutorial series: English paper piecing tutorial series. Online I am behind on listening to podcasts but I did notice that Libsyn have just released a podcast: The Feed. This is a podcast for podcasters. Also, I am being featured on the Libsyn blog: Interview with iMake. Audiobook recommendations:
If you'd like to contribute an article to iMake Magazine email firstname.lastname@example.org. Please subscribe to the iMake Magazine website to be notified of new issues. You can buy your copy of the magazine on Craftsy or Etsy. On 17 August 2013 it was iMake's 3 year podiversary. I have been podcasting for over 3 years!
New York Trip (21:25)
It was a great trip. Here's a list of links mentioned in my holiday recap. Thanks to our dear friends Claire and Alex for making our stay so special.
Food list coming soon. There are a few photos of the trip on Instagram(imakeguernsey).
Giveaway update (37:00)
This launches on the blog on 1 September 2013 so please check back then: Established in 2005, Bijou Basin Ranch is a small family owned and run yak ranch located just outside the small town of Elbert on the open plains of the Colorado outback about 65 miles southeast of Denver, Colorado. They have a marvellous selection of interesting yarn and fibre - there's plenty of yak, but also lots of other goodies, including a delicious cotton and cashmere blend called Roslyn. The winner of this giveaway will receive 3 balls of Roslyn (90% cotton, 10% cashmere), 2 purple, one white, and a lovely shawl pattern which has been designed specifically for this yarn called Roslyn Shawlette, by Marly Bird.
If you are interested in sponsoring a giveaway please email email@example.com.
Wrap Up (38:40)
Don't forget to subscribe to imakemagazine.com - thank you so much.
Thanks to show sponsor, Great British Yarns.
Sun, 30 June 2013
This podcast episode introduces local paper-cutters and printers Denyse and Diana aka Iris and Dora. They have recently set up their own print studio so I took the opportunity to chat to them about their fascinating creative process. We also talked about how they moved their business from their kitchen table to a purpose-built print studio. I hope you enjoy the episode.
Check out the Iris and Dora website: irisanddora.co.uk.
Here are some photos of their work (image copyright Iris and Dora, used with permission):
All images copyright Iris and Dora, used with permission.
Tue, 28 May 2013
This episode was planned to be a short and sweet catch up, but actually, it's longer than expected! Note to self: name shows once you have finished recording them! This episode includes a good deal of knitting chat along with my plans for summer makery. There are a few listener questions, a giveaway update and I will introduce you to a lovely Guernsey-based maker. Grab a brew, some cake and a project and let's get caught up on the crafty gossip.
Hello and welcome to the show. I am recording on a Tuesday as it's half term. Today's show will be a quick catch up. I hope you enjoyed the last show where Charles and I interviewed Katherine from Haut Maison Liqueurs. We have since been invited back to dinner. It was nice to meet Stephen as well as several other creative types. Welcome to new and returning listeners. If you are a new listener I should mention that I am on an ad-hoc recording schedule at the moment. Things will be more frequent over summer. I am looking forward to it! The blog and my social media platforms are still active. Find my social media links here (including Ravelry). Here's my Instagram blog post: Why I Forgive Instagram. With regard to ensuring you are subscribed to the correct feeds, check out the links below:
On to the plan for today's show:
Recent Creative Exploits (05:50)
KnittingI am a baby knitting factory (not for myself, I hasten to add!) Here we go...
The Merry Knitalong is still going strong, next month's ball wil be announced shortly! Visit Knitting Sarah's website. I am very excited about knitting the Zelda Shawl - it should be restarted tonight. My yarn is Juno Fibre Arts Alice Lace in Shadow Cave. You can see the yarn and beads here. Any ideas for other seed bead projects? Check out my free pattern - Sock Yarn Patchwork, and the Ravelry thread is here: Sock Yarn Patchwork KAL/Chat. Kate's Twirl has a Raverly group. Yarn acquisition confession - I have purchased 3 skeins of Malabrigo Rios in Bobby Blue.
If you haven't purchased Twiglet Mitts and/or my No Place Like Home Scarf and fancy a new project, here are the links: Twiglet Mitts and No Place Like Home Scarf. I highly recommend the following Craftsy classes: Heirloom Lace Edgings by Franklin Habit and Shawlscapes by Stephen West.
I cannot seem to commit time to this! Sewing with friends is the way forward... Check out Sewing with Knits on Craftsy.
Listeners' questions (25:20)
Questions came from the iMake Facebook page. You can also leave me questions via Speak Pipe. My first question is from Sandra Hoving Engstrand and she asked about my teaching qualification. Not very crafty but I am happy to answer... I have been studying DTLLS which is a Diploma in Teaching in the Lifelong Learning Sector. It's level 5 (foundation degree level) and gets me QTLS, the FE equivalent of QTS (qualified teacher status). Heidi Butterfield asked about new crafty endeavours. Here's my summer plan:
Giveaway update (32:30)
We have extend the May giveaway, please check it out here: May Giveaway. Thanks to Kate's Twirl for sponsoring. The giveaway will close on Saturday 8 June 2013. If you are interested in sponsoring a giveaway, email firstname.lastname@example.org.
A Guernsey Maker (34:05)
Wrap Up (35:27)
Sun, 5 May 2013
Welcome to episode 54 of the iMake podcast, Haut Maison. Despite the fact that I am on a podcast break I simply had to share this wonderful interview with Katherine from Haut Maison Liqueurs, Guernsey. Charles and I visited her recently and we had lots of fun touring the bottling plant and production room, meeting the chickens and sampling liqueurs.This episode also includes a recent creative exploits update at the start.I hope you enjoy the show.
Hello and welcome to the show. Despite the fact that I am on a podcast break I simply had to bring you this episode. Before I get started I must give my friend Jo a shout out. She's doing the Moonwalk. Good luck Jo! Click here for her fundraising page.
Recent Creative Exploits (02:40)
The MerryKAL is going well - please consider joining us. You may like to check out this month's giveaway, kindly sponsored by Kate's Twirl here: May Giveaway. iMake's been in The Knitter, hurrah! Last month I release 2 patterns, here are the links: No Place Like Home Scarf and Sock Yarn Patchwork Recipe. If you want to join a Sock Yarn Patchwork KAL you can do so here on Ravelry. I am planning lots more gardening this spring and summer. I'm imakeguernsey on Instagram.
Haut Maison Interview (09:40)
Wrap Up (53:43)
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Thu, 4 April 2013
It's time for episode 53 of the iMake podcast. In today's show I'll tell you all about my recent trip to London aka The Big Smoke. London's quite a scary place for islanders! I've included audio from the trip; you'll hear from the lovely Kate as well as another friend of the show. This episode includes the usual crafty shenanigans as well as a fab giveaway for the knitters and a film review. I might even play my ukulele for you if you are (un)lucky! Grab yourself a slice of cake and your beverage of choice and join me for a crafty catch up.
Hello and welcome to new and returning listeners. I've been on a little podcast break due to teacher training commitments but as I am off work for Easter I thought I'd record a show. I have missed podcasting! The podcast schedule will be irregular between now and the end of June. I am not pod-fading. The blog and social media will still be very active. Find my social media links here. With regard to ensuring you are subscribed to the correct feeds, check out the links below:
On to the plan for today's show:
Recent Creative Exploits (05:21)
I am obsessed with fair isle. It's official. I am knitting Kate Davies' Sheep Heid in Shetland wool by Jamieson and Smith. Next on the list is Rams and Yowes blanket by Kate Davies. Thanks Chloe! I got my kit from Jamieson and Smith. Check out Mary-Jane Mucklestone's fair isle class: Fair Isle Vest - Stranded and Steeked.
***Please note - I am aware that I said "sheeps" instead of "sheep" as the plural of sheep in this episode. Big oops!! It was too late to edit the show when I realised...***
Find out all about this month's Merry KAL project and prizes here: April Merry KAL (fair isle Christmas balls). Thanks to Sarah from Knitting Sarah for leaving me a lovely message on SpeakPipe. If anyone else fancies leaving me a message I would love to hear from you: iMake on SpeakPipe. You can find the Merry KAL on the iMake Ravelry group.
My vanilla socks with an after-thought heel are in the snooze basket/bin for now, they were being knitted in Knit Picks Felici, Hummingbird. You can find out all abou the Small Skein Society here: Small Things. I am knitting a pair of trainer socks at the moment - it's my own pattern. Hopefully a trio of socks pattern is on the cards... watch this space. Here's a link to Choconnastick and here's the SSS.
Martine's top tip for avoiding Second Sock Syndrome for toe up socks: cast on your second toe as soon as you have done the first so it's ready for you when you have finished sock one.
Yarn acquisition alert! I purchased some Kidsilk Haze - more on that later. With regard to my own designs, the No Place Like Home Scarf is being test knitted at the moment. The Trio of Socks is in the pipeline and I have knitalongs running for Twiglet Mitts and the Splendid Striped Cowl on Ravelry.
Crafty stuff for sale
I have some leatherwork items for sale and some knitting needles amongst other things. Here's the link: Martine's stuff for sale.
Here are my photos from the London trip: London Recap. There's lots of chat in the audio clips I have shared so I have opted for old style show notes (just a list of links) to make my life easier, I hope people don't mind. These are the places and things we mention in the audio...
Kate, Simon and Martine have lunch
Martine waiting for Les Miserables at the cinema
Martine and Simon discuss Les Mis
Philip Quast singing Stars (You Tube) (goose bumps)
Martine gushes about Liberty London and the V&A
Sorry - this audio is a bit "poppy".
Giveaway update (34:10)
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Wrap Up (35:55)
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Thanks to show sponsor, Great British Yarns.
Mon, 11 February 2013
It's episode 52 of the iMake podcast. Time flies when you are having fun. In this episode there's my recent creative exploits (of which there are many) and a bit of a chat with friend of the show, Charles. There's also a giveaway and we share the Guernsey love with a brilliant local website. So, crafty pal, grab yourself a cup of tea and a slice of cake and let's indulge in a crafty catch up.
It's 11th February 2013 and I am recording on a Monday because it's half term. Welcome to new iMake Ravelry group members LindaMNoble, meredithwood, danceNknit, TeaHouseKnits, Woisme and Fruitful Fusion. Today's show is going to consist of a creative catch up, a chat with friend of the show Charles and a few musings on craft and friendship, a giveaway and the Guernsey section of the show.
Recent Creative Exploits (03:25)
Last month I cast on Selbu Modern by Kate Gagnon Osborn in response to one of my Crafty New Year's Resolutions. I was using Lotus Miya (yarn I received as part of the Socktopus Sock Club). It's 70% mink, 20% merino and 10% silk. However, it was a little bit too challenging for me for a first fair isle project. So I am now looking at starting something from 55 Christmas Balls to Knit by Arne and Carlos. Here are Amazon links for the book: Amazon UK:55 Christmas Balls to Knit Amazon US:55 Christmas Balls to Knit Tony from Bonito Club blog introduced me to this book as he is doing a knitalong with Knitting Sarah. If anyone else is interested in knitting these Christmas balls, or indeed other Christmas decorations, then please feel free to chat in this thread on the iMake Ravelry group: Knitted Christmas Decorations. I am still enjoying knitting Preppy Twisted by Kristin from the Yarngasm podcast. I'm using Malabrigo Worsted in Olive. I've not made any progress with my vanilla socks with an after-thought heel. They're being knitted in Knit Picks Felici, Hummingbird, or not, as the case may be. Check out my stash enhancement, whoops... Confessions of a Yarnaholic. I do not need any more yarn!! More to come soon about the "No Place Like Home Scarf". If you are interested in joining an informal KAL for Twiglet Mitts and/or Splendid Striped Cowl, check out the Ravelry group thread links below. Use the hash tag #iMakeKAL if you are posting pictures to Twitter. Twiglet Mitts (KAL/Chat) Splendid Striped Cowl (KAL/Chat) I have been having fun in the kitchen recently preserving lemons (photo to be featured in Gathered by Mollie Makes soon) and cooking from the Hairy Dieters Cookbook (Amazon links below). Amazon UK: The Hairy Dieters Amazon US: The Hairy Dieters I am proud to launch my brand new photo blog iMakeography. If you are interested in picking up some crafty books or other bits and bobs, second hand, check me out on Ebay: Martine on Ebay. UK shipping only, I am afraid. I might have a few other items that I will ship further afield and these will be announced on Facebook and Twitter.
Chatting with Charles - Crafty Pals (16:35)
Charles and I chatted about lunch and coffee (very noisy coffee, it was Red Mountain). Here's the advert that Charles was on about: Red Mountain. Charles's January was fairly quiet apart from baking and an interesting appraisal...! Charles's top tip: bribe your boss with biscuits and cake. He's been doing a basic Photoshop course with Creative Photography in Guernsey. He's quite the photographic cosmetic surgeon! Martine's top Photoshop tip: use it or lose it. I use the following Photoshop functions for most of my blog photos: sharpen (filter), curves, exposure adjustment, zoom and that's about it. Check out iPhoto, Aviary and the Photoshop website editor, here's my screencast: Basic Photo Editing. There's also Instagram but I have fallen out with them! Charles is looking forward to is Sueco breadmaking course and apparently looks a bit like Paul Hollywood from the Great British Bake Off. Judge for yourselves (Charles wearing the Splendid Striped Cowl)...
Peanut butter cookies are mentioned, and thankfully there is a recipe here on the blog: Peanut Butter Cookies. Charles is excited about his Glacier Express train journey around Switzerland. He's less excited about me trying to get him into knitting. Watch this space... he could be the next Jared Flood or Stephen West! Check out Jen's blog: She Went Away.
Giveaway Update (29:40)
Wrap Up (34:25)
Please feel free to make contact, it's always lovely to hear from people! If you fancy leaving me a voice mail via SpeakPipe - please do, it would be great to hear from you. Please use a microphone. Thanks to show sponsor, Great British Yarns.
Sun, 13 January 2013
Welcome to the first iMake podcast episode of 2013. Or is it 2012? Who knows! It's very confusing. This show is a creative exploits catch up. It also features a listener question and a giveaway. There's plenty of knitting and sewing chatter too. So grab a cuppa and some carrot sticks and settle down for some crafty gossip…
It's 13th January 2013! Or is it 2012? No, definitely 2013. Welcome to new iMake Ravelry group members mahootak, ccdecor, ingrid6, mjtorrence and buggyknits. It's been a month, but I am raring to go. Today's show is going to consist of a creative catch up, a listener message and question and a giveaway. Feel free to make contact, don't be shy!
Recent Creative Exploits (04:26)
First let's talk Birthday Shawl Knitalong. I have finished my shawl and am really happy with it although I might be giving it away and knitting myself another! The shawl is by Kate's Twirl. I knitted my shawl in Wollmeise, colourway, Palamino. The KAL is still going strong so feel free to join us on the iMake Ravelry group.
I have cast on Selbu Modern by Kate Gagnon Osborn in response to one of my Crafty New Year's Resolutions. I am using Lotus Miya (yarn I received as part of the Socktopus Sock Club). It's 70% mink, 20% merino and 10% silk. This is a great pattern.
The Twiglet Mitts pattern has been released. You can purchase the pattern on Ravelry (use the discount code LOVETWIGLETS for 20% off up until the end of January 2013). Or the pattern may be purchased on Craftsy (the discount code does not work on Craftsy). These fingerless mitts feature a lovely lace pattern that looks like the branches of a tree, and a deep, comfortable gusseted thumb. You can make the mitts longer by adding more pattern repeats at the start (they are worked from the bottom, up). Thanks to test knitters, Kate from Kate's Twirl and Laura from the Apocalyptic Diner podcast, and Jo, my lovely hand model. Does anyone else only eat twiglets at Christmas?
The second pattern I have released is called Splendid Striped Cowl. It's a free pattern, available on Ravelry and Craftsy. It's a unisex cowl is knitted on the bias in 2 colours, creating diagonal stripes. It’s “splendid” because it knits up really quickly, looks fabulous and is extremely cosy. You could knit the cowl as wide or as long as you like, depending on how much yarn you have; the yardage mentioned in the pattern is just a guide. Gauge isn’t really important either.
And finally, let's talk handmade Christmas gifts. My vanilla extract and raspberry gin went down really well. A few of the gifts I gave came from Not on the High Street. Kate and Charles got me some Chiaogoointerchangeble needles. I am a very lucky knitter indeed.
Listeners' Questions (20:05)
There was a voicemail from Sandra (thanks Sandra) and she also asked where I got married. I got married in the Town Church, in the centre of St Peter Port. I believe that the Town Church was in the Guinness Book of World Records for being the church in closest proximity of a pub! You can leave me a voicemail via SpeakPipe - please do, it would be great to hear from you. Please use a microphone.
Giveaway Update (24:20)
To celebrate the new year I am delighted to be giving away a copy of Made in France: Cross-Stitch and Embroidery in Red, White and Blue by Agnes Delage-Calvet, Anne Sohier-Fournel, Muriel Brunet and Francoise Ritz. This is a stunning book - it's by the same people who wrote A Rainbow of Stitches, a stunning book that I have mentioned on to blog and podcast previously.
To enter, please leave a comment on this blog post: New Year Giveaway.
If you are interested in sponsoring a giveaway or sending me things to review, please contact firstname.lastname@example.org.
Wrap Up (25:28)