Let's make happy
My amazing husband John was able to transfer a clip of my Martha Stewart appearance from our DVR to YouTube. So if you missed it on TV, here it is! (I’m pretty happy with how it turned out, considering that I was nervous-to-numb at the time.)
THAT WAS AWESOME!!! I saw your little snake and thought it was you. Then you showed the little garden and knew it for sure. I had been to your blog a few times and absolutely LOVE your stuff, it’s so cute and so weird, and awesome all at the same time. I think I need to make a Bob…. But your toys are just the best little things ever! So unique.
You did really well, and they got terrific shots of your toys! That sure must’ve been difficult to be ready for when they turned the camera toward you but you did a great job of showing everything and talking about it. Love your designs, they’re so fun and unique!
You were fantastic! I love your ideas and I am so glad that you were showcased by Martha.
Anna, you were terrific! You go, girl!
That is great. I didn’t see the whole show but the video clip you did great for the little bit of time they gave you! I love your patterns by the way and some day when my friends all stop having babies I can start making toys for the toddlers! :)
Wow – that was great to see you in person! I felt so proud for you showing your designs. The audience seemed to love them too. Fantastic!
Yay for your husband John! We don’t have Martha here on TV in The Netherlands, so I’m very glad I could see you now. Loved it! You did great :D
I can’t believe I missed it!!! D’oh. You were fantastic. I’m so glad you got to show off your fab work.
I wouldn’t have been able to complete a sentence with MARTHA saying awwwwwwwwwww…you are a rockstar, girlfriend! So proud of you! Blessings for your continued fame and fortune…xoxox
Brilliant! you were terrific and we are loving you and your designs in the UK!
yay yay yay!! you did awesome–amen to everyone who commented before me. yay you!
I am so glad we found your blog! I am not a knitter but thought your stuff was so adorable. I saved it on tivo and made my husband watch it again with me. I told him “those MUST be on sale somewhere. I must find them!!”
When you popped the mouse out and she says “OH!” – classic! What fun!
YAY for you!!!! And it cracked me up when the mouse popped out of the snake even though I knew it was in there. :-) Congratulations!!!
Very cool, congratulations!!
Yay you! You totally deserve a whole Martha episode ;-) You rock, girl!
ohmygosh, i would have been a nervous wreck! you were so great!
You looked so calm and collected, you did a great job. Thanks to your husband for transferring the video–I love your work!
i saw you, i saw you!!
i especially liked how martha commented on looking at the blogs while at work…and here i am doing just that!!
thanks to me reading your blog while at work, i found out about the episode and recorded it on the DVR.
You’re a star!
That was awesome and you did so well. I would have been a nervous wreck but you looked so relaxed! Great shots of your toys, too! Was it tough to decide which toys to show on television of all of your designs?
How neat! She really needs to have you on for your very own segment. :)
You can tell that she really liked your stuff! Great job!
You did a great job, and I left a comment today on MarthaStewart.com with your website address so people could find your patterns!
Anna, you were soooo fabulous! <3! and martha’s genuine delight was just adorable! also, i think it was wise of ninjabun to hide his true identity… admitting there’s a ninja in a closed television studio is probably illegal… tee hee! :)
You really looked calm, and YOU WENT FIRST!!! Very, very impressive.
It was also pretty cool to see the pan of the audience, and nearly everyone was crafting!
You were so great!
I love your work!! Every time I visit your blog, it makes me want to stop what I’m doing and practice my knitting xo
You should have really freaked her out with knitted toilet paper or the rainbow busters. :)
Oh Anna! I am so excited for you!!!! That was a great segment. Can’t wait to see you when you come back to Tulsa! I finished the Luv Gun…he is in the store.
Wonderful! That was awesome. I am so glad you posted this because I kicked myself for missing it. You didn’t seem nervous at all, you were fabulous!
I too saw you on Martha yesterday. Congrates! I hadn’t had to leave for work yet and when Martha said it was a knit day I had to watch for a while. I thought your creations were wonderful and little did I know who you were. Just thought you were a fabulously creative person, not Mochimochi who’s blog I’ve been keeping up with periodically.
i’ve discovered your blog this week and i just loooove it ! i happily wait for each new article ;)
ps: great performance at the Martha show by the way, just loove your plushes !
Hi everybody, thanks so much for your nice words! I’m not so big on having my photo posted online, much less a video of me, so it’s certainly nice to have your support! I think Sleepy Snake and Mischievous Mouse are getting rather big heads about the whole thing though…
I loved watching the little video! It was great seeing how interactive they are, and it reminded me to put Tubby on my list.
Congratulations! That was great. I’ve been a fan of your work for a while. I’m so happy for you!
Fantastic! You appeared so calm and poised, and the toys looked great. Well done. :)
Wonderful knit toys! Congrats on your TV appearance.
I don’t know if you’ve seen it, but on Martha’s website, they have video of the whole episode. You are in the first segment, around 2:20 (http://www.marthastewart.com/portal/site/mslo/menuitem.79cd0d4bac77d1611e3bf410b5900aa0/?vgnextoid=e7095d08bf738110VgnVCM1000003d370a0aRCRD&rsc=related)
Anna, you looked amazing! Good job!
That’s so awesome! I missed your spot by about five minutes and I was so mad!
OH! Cute! I love that little garden with the carrots and the bunny. Thanks for putting it up for us. I missed it this week. Congratulations.
Wowsa! You can call it a guest appearance! That is so amazing. Congratulations to you and your amazing creations.
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