A podcast about knitting
and life and all sorts

A podcast about knitting
and life and all sorts

Episode 029: We Will

Anne is back early from her season break to talk about what’s on her needles, what’s coming, and what’s up. Welcome to season three!

Links to Things Mentioned on the Podcast

All the ways to support the show can be found here.
Dip Dyeing Yarn in Wilton’s Violet Food Coloring.
Dyeing Yarn with Food Coloring on the Stove.

Frozen Skies Shawl Pattern
Manos Del Uruguay Fino
Manos Del Uruguay Cabrito

Akerworks Spindle Systems.
Grown-Together Mittens.
Morehouse Merino Flock Facebook Group.
Stitch Sampler Shawl Pattern.
Morehouse Open Farm Day–watch their blog!
Knit New Haven.
Wonderwool Wales.

Day one of the Yarn Stash Destash follows. Find the rest on Instagram, Facebook, and Ravelry!


Many thanks to Ashcroft Makers for sponsoring the show. Their new sock knitting machine is amazing. Have a look for yourself!

Also be sure to check out her growing number of yarn colors! Patrons, be sure to hop over to the Patreon feed for your 10% off coupon code before you make any purchases from their site!

Music in this Episode

Static,” by Anita Stemper
We Will,” by Anthony Lohan




Anne Frost

knitter & podcaster

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

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