Welcome to season 6! In this episode, Anne fills you in on everything that went on during the hiatus as well as the things that are coming up, and she shares her thoughts on The Shetland Trader, Book 3: Heritage. You’ve seen the images of the projects, but is the book worth a buy? Have a listen!
Links to Things Mentioned in the Episode
Hand Dyed December over on the Purl Together YouTube Channel
Indie Untangled — The National Parks New Years box is sold out, but watch their shop for full sized versions of the yarn in the box.
A Girl and Her Wool
The Fiber Sead
Laight Night Knits
Unicorn Parallelograms, designed by Stephen West
Visit my Instagram page for the story highlights from Wovember 2021
Search for #ILoveWovember on Instagram to read through the posts from this year.
2021 Wovember Prize sponsors:
Knit New Haven
The Woolly Thistle
Twin Oaks Farm
Laight Night Knits
The Shetland Trader, Book 3: Heritage, by Gudrun Johnston
Please join me in cheering for Knit New Haven, which recently passed it’s 12th anniversary! Keep them in mind for Plystre bags, knitting publications, and luscious online yarns!
The Morehouse Merino Flock group is offering some home decor knitting options in the near future. Learn how to alter a bulky caplet pattern to a delicate doily, and spruce up your table settings with some hand knit placemats. Learn more by visiting the flock group online.
Anne wouldn’t have successfully completed her goal to Wear Wool for Wovember without repeating the same article of clothing if it wasn’t for Wool&. Have you been to the shop lately to see the new styles? Check them out through this link, and if you happen to buy, your purchase will help support the show at no additional charge to you!
The songs in episode 71 are “Almost Home,” by Humans Win and “The Myth of Translation,” by Ben Bostick (I found the artist after I recorded the episode).