I Thought I Knew How

A podcast about knitting
and life and all sorts

A podcast about knitting
and life and all sorts

Episode 057: Tripping

In this episode, Anne kicks off season 5 with a quick recounting of the Online International Fiber Festival and the Virtual Masters Day before announcing the debut of Makkin Our Way Through Shetland. Listen ASAP to get all the details!

Links to Things Mentioned in the Podcast

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The Online International Fiber Festival
Would Knit Be Fun? podcast with Amy Snell, the Devious Knitter
Keepers of the Sheep: Knitting in Morocco’s High Atlas and Beyond by Irene Waggener, Muah Ahansali, Hussein Mardi, Muah n’Ait Tabatoot, and Noura Eddelymy
Hat Not Hate
Post photos of the hats you will be donating to charity using #hatnothate AND #Ithoughtiknewhow on Instagram, or post photos to the Facebook or MeWe groups.
Entries for the knit along are due by May 31, 2021. Listen for more details about qualifying for a prize.
Visit Knit New Haven online or in the store for free blue yarn to knit into a hat for Hat Not Hate while supplies last.
Use coupon code KNEWHOW at Morehouse Farm for 10% off the 3-strand worsted Merino in solid colors. Be sure to manually change your shipping to the free shipping option. (International listeners, the code will unlock flat-rate, $12 shopping for you instead!)
Virtual Masters Day with The Knitting Guild Association

Makkin Our Way Through Shetland is coming up in August! Join Anne for two 7-night tours designed to be taken individually or together to focus on either Fair Isle or lace knitting (or both!). More details are in the podcast. Visit the website to access the itineraries and reserve your spot!

Shetland Wool Week
Da Crofter’s Kep
Please note: I made a mistake when I said there were 4 official colorways. There are actually 5: Jamieson’s of Shetland (which must be ordered from a US-based store if you are in the US), Jamieson and Smith, Uradale Yarns, Shetland Handspun, AND Foula Wool. (The Foula Wool option is currently sold out until the next clip is processed.)
Aister Oo and Laxdale Yarn also have colorways designed by patron Wilma Malcolmson.
Makkin in Shetland Dialect — This is the class I’ll be teaching with Viveka Velupillai of Uradale Yarns. As I post this there are not spots left, but we are hoping to repeat it!
Pichinku Fibers  


Deeper,” by Robbie Cavanagh and “The Best Day,” by Zac Nelson.


Thank you to Knit New Haven and Morehouse Farm for sponsoring the podcast.

Knit New Haven is a lovely shop for fiber artists in New Haven, Connecticut. Visit their online store for more details on visiting in person, or to place an order. 

The Morehouse Merino Flock is always accepting new members! Join them for monthly knit alongs that include all the support you need to take your project from the cast on to the bind off.

Wool& has so many new styles in stock for summer, including tee shirts. Stay cool in wool this summer, and your purchase will help support the show at no additional cost to you!




Anne Frost

knitter & podcaster

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

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