Learn about the WoolWide Adventures coming on March 5, the Online International Fiber Festival (including the 8 destinations) coming on May 1, and Anne’s adventure with the Fantastitch.
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.
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 […]
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.
Anne starts the year with a book review of Keepers of the Sheep, some suggested crafting goals for 2021, as well as a list of her own.
Did you miss the video interview with Barbara Gray of the Shetland Textile Museum? Watch it on the Jamieson and Smith YouTube channel, or listen to the audio in this special bonus episode.
Take a break and listen to some holiday memories from Anne and your fellow listeners.
Anne reviews some yarn from Faithmead Farms, catches you up on lots of things, has another giveaway, ushers in the return of songs to the podcasts, and wraps it all up with the audio from her interview with Terri Laura. If you’d like to send in a holiday story for the next episode, please email those to firstname.lastname@example.org by December 11, 2020!
Anne sits down with Chris Dyer of Garths Croft Bressay to talk about the archeology and history of Shetland, as well as his experience moving into sustainable crofting.
In this episode, Anne has another giveaway, a report on the latest Online International Fiber Festival, and an interview with knitwear designer and teacher Janette Budge.