A podcast about knitting
and life and all sorts

A podcast about knitting
and life and all sorts

Episode 066: Project Lonk

In this episode, Anne sits down with Nic Corrigan and Edward Sutcliffe to learn about their goal to bring locally processed, locally grown, rare-breed Lonk wool to knitters.

Links to Things Mentioned in the Episode

Support the show on Patreon
Project Lonk KickstarterInstagram, and Twitter
Whitehall Studio website and Instagram
Wild Wooly Farm on Instagram
The Woolist website and Instagram
Knit and Escape
Makkin in Shetland Dialect Shetland Wool Week Class Registration

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Visit Knit New Haven for classes, knit alongs, and more! 

The Morehouse Merino Flock Group has an exciting line up in the coming months: brioche, thrummed mittens, and more. Want to try out the Flock Group to see if its for you? Buy the Atlantis Tunic Kit to knit for Open Farm Day on October 15 and you’ll have access to all the lessons for this project for free, so you can experience the flock for yourself! 

You can find all my affiliate links, plus other ways you can help the show, at the Be a Booster page. 

Music 

The song in this episode is “Horizon,” by Close Kin.

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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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