I Thought I Knew How

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Episode 043: Misa Hay of Shetland Wool Adventures

Anne sat down with Misa Hay of Shetland Wool Adventures to talk to her about her tour company and her new journal that aims to give everyone a taste of what makes Shetland such a special place.

Welcome to season 4! To kick things off, Anne sat down with Misa Hay of Shetland Wool Adventures to talk to her about her tour company and her new journal that aims to give everyone a taste of what makes Shetland such a special place. Have a listen to learn how to win one of 5 copies of the Journal, kindly supplied by Misa to listeners of the podcast!

Links to Things Mentioned in the Show

Information about the Halloween/October Knit-Along
Leave a review on Apple Podcasts to help others find the show
Support the show directly on Patreon
The I Thought I Knew How Facebook Group
Watch my interviews from Virtual Shetland Wool Week on the Jamieson and Smith YouTube Channel
Subscribe to the Shetland Amenity Trust YouTube account to find the “official” videos for Virtual Shetland Wool Week
MRI Maakers website for patterns and finished objects
The Online International Fiber Festival is coming November 9 – 16, 2020
Craftsy.com
Misa Hay of Shetland Wool Adventures
Order your copy of the Shetland Wool Adventures Journal directly from Shetland Wool Adventures or from The Woolly Thistle
Global Classroom
Misa Hay on the Shetland with Laurie Podcast
Promote Shetland
Shetland Wool Week
Andy Ross’s Global Yell textile tours
Follow Shetland Wool Adventures and I Thought I Knew How on Instagram, and find the giveaway post on the I Thought I Knew How account to enter the giveaway for one of 5 copies of the Shetland Wool Adventures Journal!
This is Me — Knitted with Merrily Hall
Duke of Nikko’s patterns to raise funds for the Metamorphosis Project in Memphis, TN, on Facebook and Instagram.

Sponsors

Knit New Haven has yarns, project bags, and more available to buy by phone in their Instagram Saved Stories. Find them here along with their information on how to place an order!

Morehouse Farm is running a series of 5 knit alongs called Done in December to help you get your Christmas knitting done before the holidays get crazy. Find the mega-kit that includes all the yarn and patterns on their website!

Wool&‘s dresses are my new favorites. They are a perfect base layer through fall and winter. If you want to give them a go, please use my link and you’ll be helping to support the show!

Music

“Wine and Roses” by Rickard D. McCue and “Shame on Me,” by Lance Conrad, featuring Ashley DuBose.

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