Anne reviews Vogue Knitting Live and Sandnes Garn yarn before sharing her newest obsession, the Shave ’em to Save ’em initiative by the Livestock Conservancy. Then, the time has come to wrap up the Maakin for the MRI knit along.
Anne takes you along to Vogue Knitting Live, 2020! Come along to hear some of the voices of vendors and attendees and get a sense of the show. Is it in the cards for next year? Maybe this episode will help you decide!
Anne shares the results of her Yarn Stash Destash 2019 and some things on her needles along with a review of Ashcroft Makers yarn, gives an update on her podcast listening project, goes through the prizes available to people involved in the Maakin for the MRI KAL, music and more! Links to things mentioned in […]
The Maakin for the MRI Knit along started today and here’s where you enter for the grand prize drawing worth $160!
In this episode, Anne shares some additional details about the upcoming Maakin for the MRI knit along, upcoming appearances, a yarn review of Brown Sheep’s Stratosphere, and mail angst.
A common practice for swatching on Shetland is to knit a hat. It allows knitters to test out patterns and colors, and confirm their gauge. In the end, the knitter will have a hat that will surely fit someone, and their time and yarn will be put to productive use.
Anne plans for her Master Hand Knitter Program, reviews Knitter’s Pride SmartStix Interchangable Needles, shares information about Maakin for the MRI KAL, and more.
Anne finishes her trip to Loch Ness Knit Fest and shares an interview with Christel Seyfarth, Danish designer and host of Fanø International Knit Festival. She also shares information on a knit-along starting January 1, 2020, that she will be co-hosting with Jana of the Purl Together video podcast.
Harriet Middleton, designer of the Harriet’s Hat (and headband, fingerless gloves, gloves, mittens, and cowl!), sits down to talk to Anne about her knitting life before her fundraising for the Shetland MRI Scanner Appeal began, how the MRI Maakers started, the momentum behind her patterns, the unintended good that has resulted from them.
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.