A podcast about knitting
and life and all sorts

A podcast about knitting
and life and all sorts

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I Thought I Knew How is a podcast about learning what you thought you already knew in both knitting and life.

Episodes

A skyline scene of New York taken from across the water with a ferry wake leading to the city.

Episode 012: Knit Out New York

In this episode, Anne shares the mixed bag that is the Master Hand Knitter questions, talks about knitting in New York, reviews Knitter’s Pride Karbonz circular needles, announces a giveaway for all listeners no matter where they live, and more!

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Ten wooden stitch markers advertising yarn stores from the I-91 Shop Hop

Episode 011: Hoppin’ for Yarn

Anne has made some progress with the Master Hand Knitter Program, took part in the I-91 Shop Hop, reviews Tatamy DK by Kraemer Yarns and the Spring Treasure Bag pattern from their Festival Wear collection, shares more about Harriet’s Hat and Headband, and provides you some music to knit by.

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Neatly organized balls of wool in many colors.

Episode 010: A Hodgepodge of Yarn

In this episode, Anne still needs to catch up on her Master Hand Knitting work. She shares a few podcasts that also relate to the MHK Program and talks about the effect of a stash-gone-awry. Plus, there’s more about Harriet’s Hat, a giveaway of some summery yarn, and music from The Suitcase Junket!

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A red shawl, unblocked, against a brown wooden backgroun.

Designers: Gauge is important! (Yes, even for shawls.)

Yes, I bear some of the responsibility for not remembering to check gauge before hand and for not contacting the designer when I saw that information was missing. But for the designer to not even include it really, really annoys me. It reflects a lack of respect for her own designs as well as for the time and resources of those who will knit her patterns.

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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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