I Thought I Knew How

A podcast about knitting
and life and all sorts

A podcast about knitting
and life and all sorts

Episode 097: Heritage Crafts with Elizabeth Williamson

In this episode, Anne invited Elizabeth Williamson, Shetland Lace knitter and designer, back on the show to talk about preserving heritage crafts. How can it be done? Why should it be done? Elizabeth is a talented Shetland Lace knitter, so the discussion takes place in the context of Shetland Lace, but there is a lot to be considered about heritage craft preservation in general!

Links to Things Mentioned in the Podcast

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Listen to Elizabeth’s first appearance on the podcast.
Elizabeth Williamson’s website (Click on Classes to sign up for her lace talks and lessons)
Victorian Lace Today is the book that inspired Anne to knit lace back in the day. (Affiliate link)
The Shetland Lace Project
ShetlandPeerieMakkers are one of the ways Shetland knitters are preserving their heritage methods.
The UK Heritage Craft Association
Anne is inviting listeners to call in and leave a message to celebrate the 100th episode of the show. Please call 860 281 2437 and leave a message about something you learned from the show, a rabbit hole it sent you down, or anything you enjoyed about a show or the show generally. Time is tight! Please call in by April 4!

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Anne Frost

knitter & podcaster

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

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