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 …
We have three amazing reviews of the forthcoming new Jacob yarn from Blacker
Just a quickie! (in as far as I can do a quick podcast) with my top tips for EYF 2018.
(Image: Blacker Yarns)
We’re about the start exploring the Jacobs breed, which will conclude our first quarter of Wool Exploration!
Lindsey and Alessandra review School of Flock, a custom yarn from Sylvan Tiger.
I could call this Wool Exploration: Second Quarter. But Spring and Summer wool exploration conjures me images of sheep on a catwalk and I like that!
February has rolled around and almost out, so it is high-time for a good old catch up!
On today’s show we have Wool Exploration with the Gotland breed. There are two reviews and EYF chatter!
I love exploring local wool and I love that you love exploring your local wool. It is great to read about your local wool finds on your blogs, on ravelry and on social media and every once in a while you feel you want to share them with me. That is really moving beyond words.