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A podcast about knitting
and life and all sorts

Episode 081: Johanna Thorvaldsdottir

In this first episode of season 7, Anne sits down with Jóhanna Þorvaldsdóttir of Haafell Goat Farm to learn about her work preserving a rare species of Icelandic goat.

Links to Things Mentioned in This Episode

Morehouse Farm Shawls
Knit New Haven
I-91 Shop Hop
Frank Pepe’s Pizza
Haafell Goat Farm WebsiteInstagramFacebook Page. If you’d like to try the cashmere from Jóhanna’s goats, contact her through one of the online sources above!
If you’d like to get on the waiting list for the 2023 Makkin our Way Through Shetland tours, email Jolene Garriock at info@islandvista.co.uk. If you plan to travel with a companion and want to share a room, be sure to include that in your email.
Join Anne’s mailing list at her website (scroll down a bit).
Patrons will get the first chance to book a space on the Makkin Our Way Through Shetland Tours. Visit the I Thought I Knew How Patreon page to join. 

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