I Thought I Knew How

A podcast about knitting and life and all sorts

Episode 050: New Year, New Goals (or not)

Anne starts the year with a book review of Keepers of the Sheep, some suggested crafting goals for 2021, as well as a list of her own.

Anne starts the year with a book review of Keepers of the Sheep, some suggested crafting goals for 2021, as well as a list of her own. Grab your knitting!

Links to Things Mentioned in the Episode

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Support the show directly on Patreon
Master Hand Knitting Program
Anne’s super-basic To-Do list template. Upload it into Canva and add your own list of daily to-dos before printing and using it yourself!
Shawls, Wraps, and Scarves, by Louisa Harding
Keepers of the Sheep: Knitting in Morocco’s High Atlas and Beyond, by Irene Waggener et al.
Contact Chris Dyer through Instagram to arrange for virtual tours of the croft or island of Bressay.
The Tansie KAL is happening in the Morehouse Merino Flock Group. A giveaway is being offered for those who complete the shawl by January 31, 2021 in the I Thought I Knew How group, where you will also find the dates for listener knit alongs.


Knit New Haven is one of my local yarn stores. They have many difficult to find yarn lines, as well as beautifully designed tools and project bags.

Morehouse Farm produces ultra fine merino wool yarn in upstate New York with extensive pattern support ranging from household items to clothing for the entire family. Changes are coming to the Morehouse Merino Flock group. Visit the website to get on the mailing list to learn more!

Wool& has added several new styles in the last few months. Have you had a look? Your purchase helps support the show at no additional cost to you.

Thank you to my listeners-turned-producers who support the show directly on Patreon.com!


Life is Wonderful,” by Zac Nelson and “Dragons” by Mae Klingler.



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