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and life and all sorts

A podcast about knitting
and life and all sorts

Episode 031: We’ve Got Roads to Pave

In this episode, Anne reviews a few online learning options and gives a progress report on her Master Hand Knitter program and the Wind it Up! knit along.

Links to Things Mentioned in this Episode

Master Hand Knitting Program
Terri Spins online spinning lessons (Scroll to the post)
Anne’s finished objects on Ravelry
Wind it Up! knit along post in Facebook
Why you can be brave about color with Katie’s Kep
Katie’s Kep
Shetland Handspun’s yarn kit for Katie’s Kep
Morehouse Open Farm Day information
Knit New Haven
Ewe and You, my local yarn store!
Save the Local Yarn Shop Facebook Group


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Both songs in this episode are by Mae E. Klingler. First was “Minefield,” followed by “Dragons.”

Remember that all the songs from the podcast that are available on Amazon Music can be found in the I Thought I Knew How playlist!




Anne Frost

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

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