Anne recommends some BluPrint classes for those who are trying to cram in as many as they can before the service disappears, as well as some knitting books she has found helpful for the Master Hand Knitter Program.
In this episode, Anne finishes her review of Manos del Uruguay Alpaca Heather, theorizes about the closing of BluPrint, and shares some actual progress made on the Master Hand Knitter Program.
Anne recaps the Online International Fiber Festival, shakes up the online knit togethers, reviews some patterns, and more!
Anne gives one last push for the Wind it Up! knit along before announcing the Online International Fiber Festival, running May 1-8, 2020!
In this episode, Anne reviews a few online learning options and gives a progress report on her Master Hand Knitter program and the Wind it Up! knit along.
Time to wind up some of our knitting layaway! In this episode, Anne announces a new knit along designed to help us finish off some of our languishing projects, with prizes on offer from Merrily by Design, Ashcroft Makers, Prairie Bag Works, Knitter’s Pride, and Kraemer Yarns as extra motivation!
Anne is back early from her season break to talk about what’s on her needles, what’s coming, and what’s up. Welcome to season three!
An encounter with Tunisian crochet and the memory of a stranger in a restaurant in Barcelona put Anne in a reflective mood.
Anne sits down with Theresa Drouin-Guerette, a.k.a Terri Spins. Terri uses her spinning skills as a living history interpreter, teaches spinning across the United States, and writes for Ply, Spin-off, and The Wheel. Listen in as they talk about Terri’s journey, breed-specific fiber, and more!
Anne reviews Vogue Knitting Live and Sandnes Garn yarn before sharing her newest obsession, the Shave ’em to Save ’em initiative by the Livestock Conservancy. Then, the time has come to wrap up the Maakin for the MRI knit along.