I Thought I Knew How

A podcast about knitting and life and all sorts

Episode 019: Hazel Tindall

In this episode, Anne sits down to talk to Hazel Tindall ahead of Loch Ness Knit Fest. Hazel shares her experiences knitting as a teenager on Shetland when home production of knitwear was still a major industry. They also talk about the festival, Hazel offers advice to new knitters, and they hit on much more.

In this episode, Anne sits down to talk to Hazel Tindall ahead of Loch Ness Knit Fest. Hazel shares her experiences knitting as a teenager on Shetland when home production of knitwear was still a major industry. They also talk about the festival, Hazel offers advice to new knitters, and they hit on much more.

Links from this Episode

Hazel Tindall’s website, Instagram, and Facebook.
Hazel’s pattern page.
Hazel’s instructional videos.
More information from Hazel about her mother, Chrissie Sandison.
Slyde in the Right Direction, a collection of essays by Chrissie Sandison. Currently out of print, but available through resellers.
“Why Fair Isle Sweaters Have a Three-Year Waiting List,” by Karen Gardiner for Conde Nast Traveler.
Loch Ness Knit Fest

The photo from this episode was taken by Dave Donaldson and used by permission of Hazel Tindall.

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