Since moving from New Jersey to South Carolina in 2005, it’s been harder for Circular Knit Services to get its message out to customers. “If a tree falls in a South Carolina and no one is around to hear it, does it make a sound?”
We decided that we needed to reverse this using all this socially connected world has to offer 2 fashionistas in a sleepy southern town. That said, we’d like to share with you two videos we made on the new app Vine.
Knitting a Stripe at Circular Knit Services vine.co/v/b6m9PlXQgrX
— Tom Miles (@CircularKnit) February 20, 2013
@JoannaStern of abc News reminded us on January 24th 2013, (Vine’s launch day) that “A photo is worth a thousand words and a video is worth a lot more. By that math, six seconds of video should be worth a whole lot more than 140 characters of text or a Tweet. And that seems to be the point of Vine, an app launched by Twitter that allows you to add short video clips to your tweets.“
— Belevation Mom (@BelevationMom) February 20, 2013
So here are our two Vines to share with you this week. The first displays knitting a four color, rugby stripe. Number two illustrates our seamless garment operations. Nothing like a video (even a 6 sec. one) to make you feel like you’ve stopped by for a visit. So welcome to the south, you can almost taste the sweet tea.
Tom Miles making a six second Vine at Circular Knit Services’ Fort Mill, South Carolina Design Studio.