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and life and all sorts

Episode 018: Shetland Wool Week, Part 2

In this episode, Anne shares her experience with the classes at Shetland Wool Week 2019. Also, in honor of Wovember, she shares a few sheep-themed songs. And, finally, she gives a heads up for a UFO-finishing knit-along coming in January, 2020.

The artwork for this episode is La Tricoteuse Endormie, by Jean-Baptiste Greuze, and perfectly captures Anne’s state of alertness after spending nine days immersed in Shetland, knitting, and other wool-related activities.

People, Places, and Things Mentioned in the Episode

Glansin Glass
Paparwark Furniture
Loose Ends
Janette Budge
Uradale Wool
Bohus Knitting
Shetland Peerie Makker Crowdfunder
Morehouse Farm
Morehouse Merino Flock Group on Facebook
MRI Maakers
MRI Scanner Appeal
Jamieson’s of Shetland call for baubles
Alison Rendall
Anne Eunson
Kathleen Anderson
Barbara Cheyne
Felicity Ford
Terri Malcomson

Music from this Episode

“Baa, Baa, Black Sheep”
“Sheep May Safely Graze,” by Johann Sebastian Bach

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The host of the I Thought I Knew How Podcast and Online International Fiber Festival.

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