I Thought I Knew How

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Episode 014: The One During the Break

Anne checks in for a bit, mid-hiatus, to review Heat Wave, Alize EZ Wool, and the Sea Pinks hat pattern, as well as sharing what she's learned about Fair Isle knitting over the last month. Plus, she talks about her upcoming trip to Knitter's College (aka, Shetland Wool Week) and her invitation to speak at Loch Ness Knit Fest.

Anne checks in for a bit mid-hiatus to review Heat Wave, Alize EZ Wool, and the Sea Pinks hat pattern, as well as sharing what she’s learned about Fair Isle knitting over the last month. Plus, she talks about her upcoming trip to Knitter’s College (aka, Shetland Wool Week) and her invitation to speak at Loch Ness Knit Fest. Let her know if you’ll be attending either!

Links to information and products discussed in the episode:

Red Heart Heat Wave
Bernat Alize EZ Wool
Marly Bird
The Crochet Crowd
Sea Pinks Hat Pattern by Merrily by Design
The “Harriet’s” family of patterns to raise money for the Shetland MRI Scanner Appeal.
Alice Starmore’s Book of Fair Isle Knitting
A Shetland Knitter’s Notebook
The Baa-ble Hat Pattern, by Donna Smith
Meerie Dancers Toorie Pattern, by Shetland Handspun
Roadside Beanie Pattern, by Oliver Henry and Sandra Manson
Burra Bears
Manos Del Uruguay’s Alma

Events mentioned in the episode:

Shetland Wool Week
Loch Ness Knit Fest

Music from this episode:

“You & Me,” by Anica Stemper
“We’ve All Been Pushed,” by Neil Cross

Giveaway:

This episode’s giveaway is one that went unclaimed during season one. There is a hank of hands-spun alpaca from Peru, a project bag from LittleComfortsAtoZ, and a set of stitch markers. To enter, have a US or UK mailing address, find the post about episode 14 on Facebook, Instagram, or Ravelry, tag a friend (once per name) and tell that friend why he or she should listen to the episode. Deadline for entries is noon Eastern Time, on September 17, 2019.

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