Dear listeners, an episode. Recorded amid flatpacking and edited lightly, but lots to say. I will add to the shownotes later, for now you’ll forgive content list and links.
Today I’m going to talk about advocating for wool, woolly biz and knitty woolly people. I also have a review of Turned Studio.
The KAL that celebrates what mother nature gave us!
I love exploring local wool and I love that you love exploring your local wool. It is great to read about your local wool finds on your blogs, on ravelry and on social media and every once in a while you feel you want to share them with me. That is really moving beyond words.
HEAPS to get through today – a not so innocent rant and a reminder of not being devalued and lots of love for The Knitting Goddesses new One Farm Yarn.
Welcome back to the podcast! This week, as a bit of a addition to an article I wrote recently, I’m talking about what you love about the British wool indiestry!
This episode I bring you a wee interview I’ve been waiting for the right time to bring you, all about connections to pattern traditions, family, landscape and place. Also we meet this month’s woolly mucker, Alison Mayne and chat a little with her about wool, patterns and community. There is also a review and a giveaway of Zen Variations from Renee Callahan!
Today I’m exploring themes of value and worth looking at knitting education. There’s an interview with Knitting For All’s Kerry Kimber, coffee chat at Maddie Harvey’s Edinburgh knitting class and a review of Croft 29 Hebridean wool!