It’s time to meet our 6th breed for Wool Exploration – the Romney
In an episode that moves from lump-in-throat to fits of giggles, you are in for another epic ride of an episode of KnitBritish!
This is a special installment featuring some of the vendors from The Meet The Shepherdess event, at Edinburgh Yarn Festival 2018.
Our Intrepid Woolly Mucker Reviewers have their hands on Jumperweight Foula Wool!
There’s just a few more days to submit your Jacobs reviews via ravelry and the google form, so that I can collate those reviews for episode 104.
Our next breed for exploration is the noble Teeswater.
I was going to name this post “What to do when your stash and knitting overwhelms” – But before we even go on to look at that I am quite confident in saying that there is no one solution.
This is not a ‘How to’. This is more of a WTF!
A podcast of two halves!
I’m still collecting my thoughts post-EYF and you’ll be sure to hear all about that in my next podcast, but we really need to take a collective moment here at KB, for another event which will affect listeners and readers, that’s the closing of BritYarn . You will have heard the news that Isla is off on a new adventure and Brityarn can’t go too. It’s really sad, but I know that you will join me in wishing Isla all the very best in her new endeavours. I am really proud of our collaborative KALs The Scollay-along and the Nature’s Shades and thankful for all Brityarn’s support as sponsor, over the past three years – not to mention Isla’s support with everything else KB, which means such a lot! I know we all have handmade items, yarn in stash and a lot of woolly knowledge thanks to Isla! If you need a further hit of BY before the doors close on 28th, there are still items on sale with the code THISISNOTGOODBYE – use the …