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A podcast about knitting
and life and all sorts

Episode 077: Linen

In this episode, Anne goes on a deep dive into her favorite plant fiber: linen. Get the history of this fiber, care instructions, and some tips to make using it easier! 

Links to Things Mentioned in This Episode

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Lyric Hill Farm
Worn: A People’s History of Clothing, by Sofi Thanhauser
Linen from Flax Seed to Woven Cloth, by Linda Heinrich
Hap Cowl, designed by Ella Gordon Designs on Ravelry and LoveCrafts
Uradale Yarns
PurlTogether YouTube Channel
PurlTogether discussion group on Ravelry 

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There is still time to join Knit New Haven’s Yoke Along online sweater knit along! Learn more at their website.

The Morehouse Merino Flock Group will be home to workshops about making your own felted soaps during the month of March! Find the kits at Morehouse Farm, and join the Morehouse Merino Flock for the classes scheduled for March 12 and 15, 2022!

Songs from the Episode

The songs in this episode are “Better Than One,” by Stephen Ferris, and “Far Away,” by Tom Goldstein.

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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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