In this episode, Anne explains herself before sharing the audio from the latest episode of That Knitting Show, a monthly YouTube podcast she’s started with Erin of Morehouse Farm. Links to Things Mentioned in the Podcast Knit and EscapeUradale FarmI Hear Dee InstagramThat Knitting ShowMorehouse FarmKnit New HavenI Thought I Knew How PatreonOther ways to […]
Anne sits down with Nic Corrigan and Edward Sutcliffe to learn about their goal to bring locally processed, locally grown, rare-breed Lonk wool to knitters.
Anne sits down with Tracey Hawkins, one of the members of the Shetland Wool Week committee at the Shetland Amenity Trust to learn about the history of Shetland Wool Week and what this year’s virtual experience will be like.
Anne does as deep a dive into Shetland lace as is possible in about 35 minutes of air time. Please pick up one or more of the books below to learn more, and visit the organizations listed to support the preservation of Shetland lace knitting in Shetland.
In this episode, Anne recaps the results of the Hat Not Hate KAL, does a little regrouping with her one-big-project-a-month goal, and invites us all to engage in a little regrouping of our own.
In this episode, Anne kicks off season 5 with a quick recounting of the Online International Fiber Festival and the Virtual Masters Day before announcing the debut of Makkin Our Way Through Shetland. Listen ASAP to get all the details! Links to Things Mentioned in the Podcast Review the podcast on Apple Podcasts, or wherever […]
Anne talks about her experiences makkin mindfully and felting a Cindy Pilon pattern knit with Mauch Chunky before offering a slew of book reviews for those looking for a way to spend their holiday gift cards.
Did you miss the video interview with Barbara Gray of the Shetland Textile Museum? Watch it on the Jamieson and Smith YouTube channel, or listen to the audio in this special bonus episode.
Anne reviews some yarn from Faithmead Farms, catches you up on lots of things, has another giveaway, ushers in the return of songs to the podcasts, and wraps it all up with the audio from her interview with Terri Laura. If you’d like to send in a holiday story for the next episode, please email those to firstname.lastname@example.org by December 11, 2020!
Anne sits down with Chris Dyer of Garths Croft Bressay to talk about the archeology and history of Shetland, as well as his experience moving into sustainable crofting.