A podcast about knitting
and life and all sorts

A podcast about knitting
and life and all sorts

Episode 46: Janette Budge

In this episode, Anne has another giveaway, a report on the latest Online International Fiber Festival, and an interview with knitwear designer and teacher Janette Budge.

Links to Things Mentioned in the Podcast

Visit Patreon to support the show.
Leave a review on iTunes.
The Online International Fiber Festival is still there if you missed it!
Since I recorded, Audible has started hosting podcasts. Find it in the Audible app by searching for I Thought I Knew How.
You have to listen to the episode to learn how to enter for the giveaway of one more copy of the Shetland Wool Adventures Journal. (Only open to US listeners this time!)
Shawls, Wraps, and Scarves by Louisa Harding. The source of the KAL patterns for Evanthe and Tansie.
Janette Budge’s website, Facebook, Instagram, and Ravelry pages. (Sign up for her mailing list on her website to find out when her classes go live!)
Watch this interview on YouTube
My first interview with Janette Budge in 2019.
Janette was hosted in Norway by Patricia Anne Fortune. Find her on Instagram at @p4chen
Selbu Mittens
Selbu Spinneri
Jamieson and Smith/The Wool Brokers. Visit them for Shetland Wool Week Annuals, as well as their yarn and knitting belts.
Forest Path Hap
Fair Isle Designs from Shetland Knitters, Volume 1 (for Janette’s Bonhouse Gift Bag pattern)
Clickimin Cowl
Bittersie Beanie
This Farming Life
Support the Shetland Peerie Makkers, a group teaching traditional knitting methods in Shetland schools.


Thank you to my patrons, Knit New Haven, and Morehouse Farm for sponsoring the podcast!
Additionally, please visit the Be a Booster Page to visit affiliates who support the show and learn about other ways you can support the show.




Anne Frost

knitter & podcaster

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

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