Anne lays out her plan forward with her Master Hand Knitter Program. She reviews the Knitter’s Pride SmartStix Interchangeable Needles, announces the winner of the Dorset Button kit from TJFrog, thanks her very first four patrons, gives details on the Maakin for the MRI knit along and a whole lot more. Listen for details, as well as a coupon code for 10% off your entire order from Needlepoint Joint when you add a kit for a Harriet’s Hat to your order.
Links to things mentioned in the episode
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Needlepoint Joint is offering a 10% off your entire cart coupon code for people who purchase their Harriet’s Collection kit through their online store. You must listen to the episode to get the code!
The Master Hand Knitter Program
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The Fiber Festival of New England
Checkmate Farm, home of Kathy Donovan and her karakul sheep. (CORRECTION: In the episode, I mention that karakul sheep are the sheep of the Bible. That is what we were told in the class. However, an astute listener pointed out that they actually originated in Central Asia.)
Knitter’s Pride SmartStix interchangeable needle set. Available on Amazon, or check your local yarn store or online shop.
Anne will be at the Morehouse Farm booth at Vogue Knitting Live in January and Stitches United in March. Please stay tuned for exact dates and times.
She will also be traveling to Wales for Wonderwool Wales in April. More details to come for that, as well.
Congratulations to AngelicEmbers from the Ravelry group for winning the Dorset button kit from TJFrog.
Remember to sign up for the I Thought I Knew How mailing list by visiting the home page for the podcast, scrolling to the bottom, and entering your information in the form. One member of the mailing list will be chosen to receive a set of stitch markers in the podcast colors on December 25, 2019.
“Magic,” by Paul and Andrew McLinden.
“Two of Us,” by Sean Tait
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