Today I’m exploring themes of value and worth looking at knitting education. There’s an interview with Knitting For All’s Kerry Kimber, coffee chat at Maddie Harvey’s Edinburgh knitting class and a review of Croft 29 Hebridean wool!
This podcast is utterly brimming with exclusive news about the Edinburgh Yarn Festival 2017!
Today I discover how one ball of yarn can be so versatile in creating different fabrics! I also have an incredible chance for you to win a very special bespoke hand-dyed yarn.
It is the combination of the last of the EYF hangover and the changing of the clocks and the visible lengthening of the day, but I’ve had some time to think about a lot of things – some slight changes to the podcast (more on that in a future episode) and other thoughts about my own knitting, wool events and the knitting world in general.
Just when I thought I was getting over the awesomeness that was Edinburgh Yarn Festival they go and release all the photos from the weekend on their website. (read more)
Last year I didn’t have a lot of idea about what I wanted to buy (apart from a loom) and so I just bought things with my itchy knitty grabby hands! Come and see what I got.
A very laidback breakfast chat with Felix Ford, AKA KNITSONIK about our Edinburgh Yarn Festival Weekend
There is one week to go to the Edinburgh Yarn Festival and I encourage you to get those hidden WIPs out and start making plans for your languishing projects before stocking up on more yarn at the weekend!