I Thought I Knew How

A podcast about knitting
and life and all sorts

A podcast about knitting
and life and all sorts

Episode 079: Pay It Forward

In this episode, Anne shares some thoughts on charity knitting, or “Pay It Forward” knitting, including some tips for success and how and where to find groups to create for. She wraps things up with a reflection on her Month of Lace and ends with a couple of special announcements. Enjoy!

Links to Things Mentioned in the Show

Afghans for Afghans
Hat Not Hate
The innocent Big Knit
Warm Up America
Charity Knitting with Nicole Facebook Group
Charity Knitting and Crafts Facebook Group
Hap Cowl, by Ella Gordon
Uradale Yarns
Brough Shawl, by Donna Smith
Langsoond Yarn
Elizabeth Williamson, online Shetland Lace knitting teacher


Knit New Haven is known as one of the retail homes of Clinton Hill Cashmere. This truly luxuriant yarn can also be found in their online store. Check it out!

Morehouse Farm is holding a contest to name the color ways of their new Glenleigh Worsted yarn line. Click through to enter your suggestions, and if your name is chose, Erin will send you a hank to the yarn you named!

While most of the support for the show comes through Patreon, some listeners opt to make a one-time gift to Anne at Ko-fi.Com. Learn more at the podcast’s Kofi site.


The songs in this episode were “I Have Five Things to Say,” by Nicholas Rowe and “Die Living,” by Ben Bostick.




Anne Frost

knitter & podcaster

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

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