In this last episode of the season, Anne focuses on supportive things: sponsors, patrons, stitch markers, and reviews.
Links to Things Mentioned in This Episode
Support the show directly on Patreon. Patrons will receive daily videos while Anne is on her trip to Scotland!
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Dates for online knit times for the rest of the year.
Join the I Thought I Knew How Facebook Group to be part of the Halloween Knit Along.
Morehouse Farm’s Knit Kits
Black Spider Shawl Knit Kit
Julie Grimmett’s pumpkin pattern in knit and crochet.
Across the Pond Designs is offering 40% off her spider and owl themed patterns with coupon code ITIKH40.
The Velvet Acorn is offering 20% off all her patterns with the code Fall20.
Langanlumous and Poppy’s Pompom are both offering prizes so far, and a post with all the prizes will be available in the Facebook group before October 1.
Stephen West’s Painting Bricks Shawl
Jamieson and Smith 2-Ply Jumper Weight
The giveaway post on Instagram will go live shortly after the show launches. Visit the @IThoughtIKnewHow Instagram account to enter.
Merrily’s Instagram and Facebook. Follow to learn more about This is Me — Knitted.
Online International Fiber Festival is on its way, November 9-16, 2020.
Craftsy is live again and taking new memberships.
MRI Maakers are selling patterns and running weekly auctions to raise funds for the Shetland MRI Scanner Appeal.
Follow the Jamieson and Smith YouTube account for their content for virtual Shetland Wool Week.
Knit New Haven and Morehouse Farm are the first two official sponsors of the show.
Knit New Haven is a lovely yarn shop in New Haven, CT. New Haven is an easy day trip from New York City or Hartford. In normal times, there are several museums and parks to visit, and no trip would be complete without popping in to Knit New Haven to shop their gorgeous selection of yarns, tools, and supplies for spinners.
Morehouse Farm raises ultra fine merino fleece and produces 5 different types of yarn in over 100 colors and variegations. They are well known for their critter kits, but also have lots of pattern support in accessories, sweaters, and more. Their Morehouse Merino Flock Group is where they run community knit alongs with support for knitters of all levels.