In the 100th episode of the podcast, Anne shares the history of I Thought I Knew How, along with listener contributions and plans for the future of the show. Grab your knitting and celebratory mood and have a listen!
In this episode, Anne adds to the fiber series by taking on acrylic and shares some strong opinions along the way.
Anne invited Elizabeth Williamson, Shetland Lace knitter and designer, back on the show to talk about preserving heritage crafts. How can it be done? Why should it be done? Elizabeth is a talented Shetland Lace knitter, so the discussion takes place in the context of Shetland Lace, but there is a lot to be considered about heritage craft preservation in general!
Anne speaks with Nic Corrigan and Ed Sutcliff of Project Lonk. You originally met Nic and Ed in episode 66 when their Kickstarter to produce yarn from Ed’s flock of rare breed Lonk sheep was still in full swing. A lot has happened since then! Listen to learn how their work to create highly local wool has had more of an impact than they expected!
Anne speaks to Cecil Tait of Paparwark Furniture about the new yarn line he and his wife Jennifer are producing from their flock of Shetland breed sheep. She also takes you through Morehouse Open Farm Day and talks about her time at Rhinebeck on Saturday.
Anne visits four shops in her early foray along the I-91 Shop Hop. There’s a lot of crochet talk this time, as well as some interesting discussion about how the various shops are dealing with coming out of lockdowns.
In a search for something a little different in this ever-lasting lockdown world, Anne takes you for a bit of a walk to chat about knitting things and more. Links to Things Mentioned in the Episode Support the podcast by becoming a patron.The new home of the Morehouse Merino Flock. Find the 30-Second Interviews in my Instagram Reels. Sponsors Many […]
Take a break and listen to some holiday memories from Anne and your fellow listeners.
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!
Anne hopes to catch up with the Master Hand Knitter program and the online knitting community. Old podcasts and time management are in order!