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  • In this final episode for season five, Anne speaks to Cecil Tait of Paparwark Furniture about the new yarn line he and his wife Jennifer are producing from their flock of Shetland breed sheep. She also takes you through Morehouse Open Farm Day and talks about her time at Rhinebeck on Saturday. Links to Things Mentioned in the Podcast Makkin Our Way Through Shetland Tours (Get on the mailing list for the possible 2nd Fair Isle week in September! Makkin Our Way Through Shetland Participants Group on Facebook (You must be a tour participant to enter.) Paparwark Furniture Paparwark's tools for knitters Paparwark Furniture on Instagram -- Follow them here for updates for when their yarn goes live on the website! New York Sheep and Wool (Rhinebeck) Autumn House Farm Follow @IThoughtIKnewHow on Instagram to take part in the Wovember event starting November 1! Follow the Purl Together channel on YouTube for the daily vlog event coming up in December! Fiber Festival of New England Sponsors Knit New Haven just got copies of The Shetland Trader, Book 3 in stock. Listen for details! The Morehouse Merino Flock Group has some excellent projects on the horizon that will make lovely gifts. Wool& dresses were representing at Rhinebeck! Find your own woolly fashion using this link, and your purchase will help support the show at no extra cost to you. Songs Both of the songs in this episode were by singer-songwriter Nicolas Rowe: "Nature" and "I Broke Free."

  • In this episode, Anne breaks down like an overtired 9-year old coming home from summer camp, because that’s basically what she is. But aside from that, you’ll also meet Mandy Moore, a new designer based in Shetland who is also a sample knitter for many familiar designers. Have a listen!

    Links to Things Mentioned in This Episode

    Knit+Escape
    Shetland Wool Week
    Elizabeth Williamson on Instagram
    Shetland Textile Museum
    Garths Croft Bressay
    Sheila Fowlie’s website for bespoke lace items, Shetland Lace Shawls
    Classes offered online from Uradale Yarn (Watch this space for additional collaborations between Anne and Viveka Vellupilai!)
    Dr. Carol Christiansen of the Shetland Museum and Archives
    Harriet’s Hat
    Mandy Moore on Instagram
    Mandy’s patterns are available as Olach Designs on Ravelry and LoveCrafts
    Jamieson’s of Shetland
    Stephen West’s MKAL for October 2021

    Sponsors

    Knit New Haven is still offering 10% off 5 skeins of fingering weight yarn for the Stephen West Mystery Knit Along that is kicking off soon. Learn more at their website.

    Morehouse Farm’s Open Farm Day is coming up soon! Register for the October 15th event here.

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  • In this episode, Anne talks about the upcoming Shetland Day of Knit+Escape, tried to clarify a bit about Virtual Shetland Wool Week, and has an interview with Barbara Cheyne, a knitter and knitting teacher and trustee of the Shetland Textile Museum!

    Links to Things Mentioned in the Episode

    Knit+Escape
    Garths Croft Bressay
    Janette Budge
    Shetland Peerie Makkers
    Oliver Henry
    Wendy Inkster
    Jamieson's of Shetland
    Cecil Tait
    Barbara Cheyne
    Wilma Malcolmson
    Hazel Tindall
    Alison Rendall
    Mandy Moore's patterns on Ravelry
    Shetland Wool Week
    Makkin Our Way Through Shetland Facebook Group for those coming on the 2022 tours.


    Sponsors

    Knit New Haven is offering 10% off 5 skeins of fingering weight yarn for the Stephen West MKAL starting on October 8! Please visit their website to order or call the store to place your order.

    The Morehouse Farm Open Farm Day on October 15 requires free registration. Learn more at their link!

    I'm even more in love with my Wool& clothes after wearing them for 3 weeks into a 5 week trip. Check out their latest offerings and your purchase will help support the show!


    Songs

    The songs in this episode were "It's Over," by Stuart Moore, and "Shine," by Joe Sly, featuring Laura Vance.

  • In this episode, Anne explains herself before sharing the audio from the latest episode of That Knitting Show, a monthly YouTube podcast she's started with Erin of Morehouse Farm.

    Links to Things Mentioned in the Podcast

    Knit and Escape
    Uradale Farm
    I Hear Dee Instagram
    That Knitting Show
    Morehouse Farm
    Knit New Haven
    I Thought I Knew How Patreon
    Other ways to support the show

  • In this episode, Anne sits down with Nic Corrigan and Edward Sutcliffe to learn about their goal to bring locally processed, locally grown, rare-breed Lonk wool to knitters. Links to Things Mentioned in the Episode Support the show on Patreon
    Project Lonk Kickstarter, Instagram, and Twitter Whitehall Studio website and Instagram Wild Wooly Farm on Instagram The Woolist website and Instagram Knit and Escape Makkin in Shetland Dialect Shetland Wool Week Class Registration Sponsors Visit Knit New Haven for classes, knit alongs, and more! The Morehouse Merino Flock Group has an exciting line up in the coming months: brioche, thrummed mittens, and more. Want to try out the Flock Group to see if its for you? Buy the Atlantis Tunic Kit to knit for Open Farm Day on October 15 and you'll have access to all the lessons for this project for free, so you can experience the flock for yourself! You can find all my affiliate links, plus other ways you can help the show, at the Be a Booster page. Music The song in this episode is "Horizon," by Close Kin.

  • In this episode, Anne sits down with Tracey Hawkins, one of the members of the Shetland Wool Week committee at the Shetland Amenity Trust to learn about the history of Shetland Wool Week and what this year's virtual experience will be like.

    Links to Things Mentioned in the Episode

    Support the Show through Patreon or by visiting the Be a Booster Page.
    Makkin Our Way Through Shetland Tours
    Makkin in Shetland Dialect Class during Virtual Shetland Wool Week
    I-91 Shop Hop
    Knit New Haven
    Morehouse Farm
    Atlantis Tunic Kit
    Morehouse Merino Flock Group
    Shetland Amenity Trust
    Shetland Wool Week
    Anne's Shetland Wool Week interviews from 2020
    Jamieson and Smith's Wool Week videos from 2020
    Shetland Amenity Trust's Wool Week videos from 2020
    Shetland Wool Week on Instagram and Facebook.

    Song

    This episode's song was "Beautiful," by Zac Nelson.

  • In this episode, Anne finishes up her I-91 Shop Hop yarn crawl with visits to Webs, Hand Knits, and Green Mountain Spinnery. Come along, and mark your calendar for the Hop, August 10 -21, 2021! Listen through to the end for a couple of surprises! Links to Things Mentioned in the Episode I-91 Shop Hop
    Webs
    Hand Knits
    Green Mountain Spinnery
    Uradale Yarn -- For tickets to Makkin In Shetland Dialect classes during Virtual Shetland Wool Week, as well as a natural dyeing class and a class for thrummed mittens.
    That Knitting Show on YouTube
    I didn't mention, but should have, that the Makkin Our Way Through Shetland Tours continue to fill up. There is only one room left for the August Lace Week and four left for May Lace Week. If you are sad you missed out on the Fair Isle Weeks, contact Jolene through tour website and let her know! If there is enough interest, we will add another week of Fair Isle in August! Sponsors Be sure to visit Knit New Haven for their on going knit alongs and gorgeous yarns! They also offer online classes with Pam Grushkin! Check them out! The Morehouse Merino Flock will be knitting mosaic this month! Sign up for the month, or longer, to receive all the support you need to get through the monthly projects worked in beautiful Morehouse Merino yarn! Looking for one of the affiliates of the show? Find them on the Be A Booster page. Enter the page through the link on that page, and your purchase will help support the show! Song This episode's song was "Nothing Can Stop Me," by Tom Goldstein.

  • In this episode, Anne visits four shops in her early foray along the I-91 Shop Hop. There's a lot of crochet talk this time, as well as some interesting discussion about how the various shops are dealing with coming out of lockdowns.
    If you'd like to follow in her footsteps, the actual I-91 Shop Hop takes place August 10 - 21, 2021! Links to Things Mentioned on the Show
    I-91 Shop Hop Group on Facebook
    Marji's Yarncrafts Village Wool Ewe and You Fiber Arts Northampton Wools Support the Show
    Please visit the website for links to ways you can support the show!

  • Come along with Anne on the I-91 Shop Hop a little early, and then join in yourself, August 10 - 21, 2021!

    Links to Things Mentioned on the Show

    I-91 Shop Hop Facebook Page
    Knit New Haven
    Yarn Barn
    Makkin Our Way Through Shetland Tours
    Morehouse Farm

    Songs

    "I Can't Stand It," by Robert John and the Wreck and "Es Tu," by Nuno Jorge.

  • Episode 061: Kel Bachus of Fiberworld

    In this episode, Anne sits down with Kel Bachus, founder of Fiberworld and A Hundred Ravens yarn company. They talk through how each got started, what to expect from the upcoming Fiberworld, and a whole lot more. Enjoy!

    Links to Things Mentioned in the Show

    A Hundred Ravens
    Fiberworld Show
    Makkin Our Way Through Shetland Tours
    That Knitting Show

    Sponsors

    Knit New Haven is the perfect start or finish to your I91-Shop Hop in August!

    Morehouse Merino Flock group is waiting for you to join their supportive, focused knitting community!

    Find other ways to support the show at the Be a Booster page!

  • In this episode, Anne does as deep a dive into Shetland lace as is possible in about 35 minutes of air time. Please pick up one or more of the books below to learn more, and visit the organizations listed to support the preservation of Shetland lace knitting in Shetland.

    Links to Things Mentioned in the Show

    Visit Island Vista's Website to learn more about the Makkin Our Way Through Shetland Trips, including the new dates in May and August of 2022. Registration will begin July 6, so please check back.
    The UK's Heritage Crafts Association
    Margaret Stuart's patterns on Ravelry
    The Shetland Trader
    Anne Eunson on Instagram and Ravelry
    Kathleen Anderson on Ravelry
    Helen Robertson
    Sheila Fowlie
    Lauren Anderson
    Fiberworld
    I91 Shop Hop

    Organizations that Study and Teach Shetland Lace

    Shetland Museum and Archives, including the Lace Project
    Unst Heritage Centre
    Shetland Textile Museum
    Shetland Peerie Makkers
    Shetland Wool Week

    Books and Materials Used as Reference in this Episode

    A Stitch in Time: Unst's Fine Lace Knitting
    Unst Heritage Lace: Recreating Vintage Shetland Lace
    A Legacy of Shetland Lace, by the Shetland Guild of Spinners, Knitters, Weavers, and Dyers
    Heirloom Knitting: A Shetland Lace Pattern & Workbook, by Sharon Miller
    The Book of Haps, by Kate Davies and Jen Arnall-Culliford
    Victorian Lace Today, by Jane Sowerby
    A Shetland Knitter's Notebook, by Mary Smith and Chris Bunyan
    Personal Correspondence with Dr. Carol Christiansen of the Shetland Textile Museum and Archives
    The Complete Book of Traditional Knitting, by Rae Compton
    A History of Hand Knitting, by Richard Rutt
    Shetland Wool Week Annual, 2020
    Shetland Wool Week Annual, 2019
    Shetland Wool Adventures Journal, Volume 2
    The Magic of Shetland Lace Knitting, by Elizabeth Lovick
    Magical Shetland Lace Shawls to Knit, by Elizabeth Lovick

    Sponsors

    Knit New Haven is offering 10% off three hanks of yarn for their Spring Shawl Knit Along. Find out more at their website.

    Morehouse Farm will be hosting an open farm day on October 15, 2021. Learn more on their website.

    Believe it or not, my Wool& dresses kept me from overheating in the 110F heat of Arizona last weekend. Head out on your own summer adventure in wool!

    Music

    Charlie Carter's "Every Ounce of Love," and Annie and the King's "Tall Ships"

  • In this episode, Anne recaps the results of the Hat Not Hate KAL, does a little regrouping with her one-big-project-a-month goal, and invites us all to engage in a little regrouping of our own.

    Links to Things Mentioned in the Episode

    Hat Not Hate (See the FAQ for the mailing address for your hats!)
    The Gravel Knits podcast has just started their own KAL for HNH.
    Da Crofter’s Kep — 2021 Shetland Wool Week Hat designed by Wilma Malcolmson
    The TJ Frog Podcast
    The Sweater Bag by Cindy Pilon
    Mauch Chunky Yarn
    Favorite Blue/White Blanket by Bernat Design Studio
    Aria Sweater
    Spin Me Around Blanket
    Wanderly Socks by Amy Snell
    Targhiwin Cowl by Irene Waggener
    Loren, by Gudrun Johnston
    Makkin Our Way Through Shetland Tours
    Island Vista
    i91 Shop Hop
    Makkin in Shetland Dialect with Uradale Yarns

    Music

    “Do It In Style,” by Frost and “Orange Orange” by Jamie West.

    Sponsors

    Please visit Knit New Haven to learn more about their Spring Shawl Knit Along, complete with a 10% off discount on three hanks of yarn for your project.

    And, be sure to hop into the Morehouse Merino Flock group for this month’s project: the Cancun Lace top! And mark your calendars for the next Morehouse Farm Open Farm Day coming on October 15!

    My Wool& dresses arrived for summer, and I’ve been happily wearing them through the recent 90F weather. Check them out, and if you decide you buy, you’ll be helping to support the show!

  • In this episode, Anne sits down with Dana Blair of Pichinku Fibers in the Sacred Valley of Peru. Listen as Dana shares why she started the company, introduces you to her team of dyers, dreams of an impactful future for Pichinku!

    Links to Things Mentioned in the Episode

    Pichinku Fibers website and Instagram
    Threads of Peru
    Makkin Our Way Through Shetland: Fair Isle and Lace, two tours to Shetland coming up in August!
    Loren, a shawl designed by Gudrun Johnston
    Hat Not Hate FAQ for the mailing address to send in your hats when you are done with the KAL.
    Post your hats to the I Thought I Knew How Facebook Group or on Instagram using #hatnothate and #ithoughtiknewhow
    Top 24 Morehouse Tops to Cover Young and Old


    Sponsors

    Knit New Haven has started a new shawl knit along. Find out more and get the discount code in their blog.

    The Morehouse Merino Flock Group gives you 30 days of support as you knit any of the beautiful projects available on the site at a fee lower than most 3-hour online classes. Be sure to check out what they are working on next!

    Wool& has added t-shirts and a few more legging styles to their line, and the 100-day dress challenge continues! Wear the same wool dress for 100 days and receive $100 off your next order.

  • In this episode, Anne kicks off season 5 with a quick recounting of the Online International Fiber Festival and the Virtual Masters Day before announcing the debut of Makkin Our Way Through Shetland. Listen ASAP to get all the details!

    Links to Things Mentioned in the Podcast

    Review the podcast on Apple Podcasts, or wherever you download the show.
    The Online International Fiber Festival
    Would Knit Be Fun? podcast with Amy Snell, the Devious Knitter
    Keepers of the Sheep: Knitting in Morocco's High Atlas and Beyond by Irene Waggener, Muah Ahansali, Hussein Mardi, Muah n'Ait Tabatoot, and Noura Eddelymy
    Hat Not Hate
    Post photos of the hats you will be donating to charity using #hatnothate AND #Ithoughtiknewhow on Instagram, or post photos to the Facebook or MeWe groups.
    Entries for the knit along are due by May 31, 2021. Listen for more details about qualifying for a prize.
    Visit Knit New Haven online or in the store for free blue yarn to knit into a hat for Hat Not Hate while supplies last.
    Use coupon code KNEWHOW at Morehouse Farm for 10% off the 3-strand worsted Merino in solid colors. Be sure to manually change your shipping to the free shipping option. (International listeners, the code will unlock flat-rate, $12 shopping for you instead!)
    Virtual Masters Day with The Knitting Guild Association

    Makkin Our Way Through Shetland is coming up in August! Join Anne for two 7-night tours designed to be taken individually or together to focus on either Fair Isle or lace knitting (or both!). More details are in the podcast. Visit the website to access the itineraries and reserve your spot!

    Shetland Wool Week
    Da Crofter's Kep
    Please note: I made a mistake when I said there were 4 official colorways. There are actually 5: Jamieson's of Shetland (which must be ordered from a US-based store if you are in the US), Jamieson and Smith, Uradale Yarns, Shetland Handspun, AND Foula Wool. (The Foula Wool option is currently sold out until the next clip is processed.)
    Aister Oo and Laxdale Yarn also have colorways designed by patron Wilma Malcolmson.
    Makkin in Shetland Dialect -- This is the class I'll be teaching with Viveka Velupillai of Uradale Yarns. As I post this, there are no spaces left, but we are hoping to repeat it!
    FiberWorld
    Pichinku Fibers

    Music

    "Deeper," by Robbie Cavanagh and "The Best Day," by Zac Nelson.

    Sponsors

    Thank you to Knit New Haven and Morehouse Farm for sponsoring the podcast.

    Knit New Haven is a lovely shop for fiber artists in New Haven, Connecticut. Visit their online store for more details on visiting in person, or to place an order.

    The Morehouse Merino Flock is always accepting new members! Join them for monthly knit alongs that include all the support you need to take your project from the cast on to the bind off.

    Wool& has so many new styles in stock for summer, including tee shirts. Stay cool in wool this summer, and your purchase will help support the show at no additional cost to you!

  • In this episode, Anne has an interview with Shira Blumenthal of #HatNotHate and Lion Brand Yarn, as well as information on the upcoming festival, our next knit along, and a few other loose ends as we reach the end of season 4!

    Links to Things Mentioned in the Episode

    Helen Robertson’s website for Mindful Maakin classes and more.
    Shetland Arts occasionally sponsors Mindful Maakin Classes as well. Follow them on Instagram or Facebook to stay up-to-date on what they are offering.
    Westfjords Wanderer, by Stephen West. (Ravelry link)
    Old Shale vs. Feather and Fan
    The Online International Fiber Festival is coming up again on May 1 – 8, 2021.
    Keepers of the Sheep: Knitting in Morocco’s High Atlas and Beyond, by Irene Waggener.
    Join my mailing list to learn about the special live event with Irene coming up on May 8!

    Visit LionBrand.com and have a look at their natural fiber yarns!
    Learn more about #HatNotHate, including where to send your finished hats!
    Find the Shi Show on Facebook!
    Follow Shira and Hat Not Hate on Instagram!

    Upcoming Knit Along

    Our next knit along will run May 8 – May 31. Beginning with the online event on May 8 to end the Online International Fiber Festival, we will knit blue hats together to donate to #HatNotHate. Please visit their website for the requirements for the hats they accept. (International listeners, it’s up to you if you’d like to knit for #HatNotHate or a local charity.) Keep me posted about how many hats you’ve knit one of the following ways:

    1. Post photos to Instagram using the #HatNotHate and #ithoughtiknewhow hashtags.
    2. Post photos to the I Thought I Knew How groups on Facebook or MeWe.
    3. Send me an email with a photo of your completed hats to anne @ familypodcasts.com or anne @ ithoughtiknewhow.com.

    Each hat you complete and show me using one of the options above by May 31 will be one entry toward one of our prizes:

    1. One participant based in the US will win $50 worth of Lion Brand natural fiber yarns shipped directly to their address.
    2. One participant based outside of the US will win a pdf copy of Top 24 Morehouse Tops to Cover Young and Old.

    Winners will be informed on June 1, 2021 and will have 7 days to send their mailing address for prize 1 or email address for prize 2.

    For updates and reminders while the show is on hiatus, visit my website to get on the mailing list!

    Music

    “How It’s Done,” by Nicholas Rowe.

    Sponsors

    Keep Morehouse Farm in mind when you are on the look out for luxurious merino yarns, beautiful patterns, and the supplies you need to knit them. If you’re looking for an online community free of the stresses and distraction of social media, hop in to the Morehouse Merino Flock for supportive, instructive knit alongs!

    Knit New Haven is happy to help you choose the yarn for your next project! Visit their online store, or hop into their Instagram feed to see what’s currently in stock, then give them a call at 203-777-5648 to order!

    Adagio Teas isn’t just for the cold weather months. As we head into spring, have a look at their iced tea offerings, including herbal blends! Use the link here or visit the Be A Booster page to find the links to all our affiliates. Visiting them through our links means any purchase you make will help support the show at no additional charge to you.

  • In this episode, Anne talks about her self-inflicted finger injury, fangirls a bit about Stephen West patterns, and more.

    Links to Things Mentioned in the Episode

    Please leave a review and kind comments at Apple Podcasts to help people find the show!
    Support the show directly on Patreon
    Fantastitch by Stephen West
    Webs
    The window-mounted bird feeder I mentioned
    The group on WorldWalking.org (or download the app and search for “I Thought I Knew How.”
    Westfjords Wanderer by Stephen West
    Silos by The Fiber Seed
    Join us on our WoolWideAdventures!
    Lyon Brand’s Quick Knit Loom Kit
    Shetland Wool Week
    #HatNotHate
    Online International Fiber Festival (May 1 – 8!)

    Music

    “Reasons” and “Can U Hear Me Now,” by Kyle Rhodius.

    Sponsors


    The audio for patrons is ad free, but please remember to pop over to Knit New Haven for your online yarn shopping needs! And don’t forget to check out the Morehouse Merino Flock Group!

    Also, if you order from Agagio Teas using this link, your purchase will help support the show. Thank you for your support!

  • Learn about the WoolWide Adventures coming on March 5, the Online International Fiber Festival coming on May 1, and Anne's adventure with the Fantastitch. Links to Things Mentioned in the Episode

    Join us on a WoolWide Adventure! I’m cohosting the event with Erin Pirro, Amy Snell, and Irene Waggener! We are all providing prizes, as well as Brown Sheep Co, who has provided 4 hanks of their Synchrony Yarn, and Kollage Square, who has provided two kits of their square DPNs! Visit the website every Friday morning for the latest Adventure and Mini Treks, or get signed up for the mailing list while you’re there to have them mailed to your inbox, or look for the posts on @woolwideadventures on Instagram. When you’re ready, post your progress to your instagram account using the #woolwideadventures hashtag. If you post by the following Thursday at midnight Pacific Time, you’ll be entered for a weekly prize. There are two grand prizes, too! Listen to the episode for more details!
    The Online International Fiber Festival is coming up again May 1 – 8! Listen to the episode for our 8 destinations!
    Fantastitch Shawl by Stephen West
    Elemental Affects yarn
    Northeast Fiber Arts Center
    The Great Northern Yarn Haul
    Garths Croft Bressay on YouTube
    Vogue Knitting Live
    Terri Spins is offering online classes!

    Sponsors

    Please support show sponsors Knit New Haven and Morehouse Farm when you need to shop for yarn and accessories.
    Adagio Teas is a loose leaf tea company that sources their ingredients directly from the growers so they can get it to your cup faster. They also offer single-serving loose leaf packets and tea bags, depending on the level of convenience you are looking for. They are currently offering free shipping on purchases of $50 or more. Give them a try, and your purchase will help support the show at no additional charge to you!

    Music

    Today’s music was “Decide,” by Charlie Carter, and “Life,” by an uncredited artist.

  • Episode 053: Amy Snell, The Devious Knitter

    Anne sits down with Amy Snell, the Devious Knitter, about how she became a knitting teacher, as well as what the transition to online teaching has been like. They also talk about the growth of the knitting community online and a new experience coming up in March called WoolWide Adventures.


    Links to Things Mentioned in the Episode

    Leave a 5-star review and kind comment on Apple Podcasts or wherever you subscribe to the podcast to help others find the show.
    Register for the upcoming live stream to launch the WoolWide Adventures event that will take us through March and April, just in time to start the Online International Fiber Festival coming on May 1.
    Find 30-second Interviews with members of the knitting community in Anne’s Instagram Reels!
    Learn about Amy Snell’s classes, designs, and podcast on her website!
    Subscribe to her YouTube channel to see her monthly podcast, Would Knit Be Fun? Also, find her tutorials there, including her new way for teaching Judy’s Magic Cast On!

    Song

    The song in this episode is “I Found Home,” by MPax and Paul Joung.

    Sponsors

    Many thanks to Morehouse Farm, Knit New Haven, and my patrons for sponsoring the podcast! Find other ways to support the podcast on the Be a Booster page!

  • In a search for something a little different in this ever-lasting lockdown world, Anne takes you for a bit of a walk to chat about knitting things and more.

    Links to Things Mentioned in the Episode

    Support the podcast by becoming a patron.
    The new home of the Morehouse Merino Flock.
    Find the 30-Second Interviews in my Instagram Reels.

    Sponsors

    Many thanks to my patrons, Knit New Haven, and Morehouse Farm for their on-going support of the podcast. Please visit their websites to learn more and support their endeavors!

    Music

    The songs in this episode are “Absolutely Emily,” by Benjamin Bostick, and “Something New,” by Tom Goldstein.

  • Anne talks about her experiences makkin mindfully and felting a Cindy Pilon pattern knit with Mauch Chunky before offering a slew of book reviews for those looking for a way to spend their holiday gift cards.

    Links to Things Mentioned in the Podcast

    Please rate and review the podcast on Apple Podcasts, or wherever you download episodes of the show.
    Want to help produce the show? Visit the Patreon page to learn more!
    Mindful Makkin
    Mauch Chunky from Kraemer Yarns
    A washboard may help you achieve more even felting.
    Cindy Pilon’s patterns on Ravelry
    Get on the Morehouse Farm mailing list to learn about the new home for the flock!
    Alice Starmore’s Aran Knitting
    Alice Starmore’s Book of Fair Isle Knitting
    Alice Starmore’s Charts for Color Knitting
    Mittens from Around Norway
    Knit Like a Latvian
    Traditional Knitting Patterns
    The I Thought I Knew How Facebook Group and the group on MeWe. Post your finished Tansies in one of those groups by January 31, 2021 to be entered to win a copy of Morehouse Farm Merino Knits.

    Sponsors

    Many thanks to Knit New Haven, Morehouse Farm, and the I Thought I Knew How Patrons for their support of the show. You can help the show by entering Amazon through Anne’s Storefront, or by visiting the Be a Booster page.

    Music

    “Walking in Tokyo,” by Lance Conrad and “It Ain’t Cheap Being Poor,” by Benjamin Bostick.