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!
Today we’ve got some products and people with a lot of heart!
Let’s have a little giveaway which enables some *you* time!
If like me you feel the need to cast on all the things, you could start with Ann Kingstone’s new mini collection Tup Knits!
Since last time I’ve been up to the top of the map, down to Yorkshire and then back to Edinburgh. Come in and have a listen to what I’ve been getting up to.
I was recently sent Rachael Matthew’s new book The Mindfulness in Knitting to review and what a lovely book this is! I mean to talk about this on the podcast too, but I have quite a few things to review and so while I will talk about some of the aspects of the book in a later episode, I thought it would be nice to mention the details here too.
I am on cloud 9 of worsted wool! Come in and hear about J&S heritage yarn.There’s a book review and more!