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and life and all sorts

Episode 064: I-91 Shop Hop, Part 3

In this episode, Anne finishes up her I-91 Shop Hop yarn crawl with visits to Webs, Hand Knits, and Green Mountain Spinnery. Come along, and mark your calendar for the Hop, August 10 -21, 2021!
Listen through to the end for a couple of surprises!

Links to Things Mentioned in the Episode

I-91 Shop Hop
Hand Knits
Green Mountain Spinnery
Uradale Yarn — For tickets to Makkin In Shetland Dialect classes during Virtual Shetland Wool Week, as well as a natural dyeing class and a class for thrummed mittens.
That Knitting Show on YouTube


Be sure to visit Knit New Haven for their on going knit alongs and gorgeous yarns! They also offer online classes with Pam Grushkin! Check them out!

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This episode’s song was “Nothing Can Stop Me,” by Tom Goldstein.




Anne Frost

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

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