I Thought I Knew How

A podcast about knitting
and life and all sorts

A podcast about knitting
and life and all sorts

Episode 106: Fiber Travels in Normandy

In this episode, Anne shares the fibery goodness of her recent road trip in Normandy, including a visit to a fiber festival, the birthplace of Rambouillet sheep, and more!

Le Fil de la Manche
Ovis Et Cetera
Pôle Laines
Robach Shawl
The Journal of Scottish Yarns
Natissea (Maker of the linen/cotton blend yarn. Please note, the yarn’s name is Linae and is actually a fingering weight yarn.)
The Verona Tee-Shirt is the sweater I (rather poorly) described that I plan to knit with the Linea.
Bayeux Tapestry Museum
Pré Salé Sheep
La Bergerie Nationale
Rambouillet Sheep
Shetland Hogmanay Boxes
Shetland Wool Week

Songs

There were many songs in this episode! In order: 
“Invisible Love,” by Wild Heart and Kaii Dreams
“Summer in Paris,” by Humans Win
“Casa de Frio,” by Jon Presstone
“Dark Space,” by we20fifty

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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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