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!
There is a very distinct Shetland flavour to this episode as I get excited for wool week. I also have a review of the Shetland Wool Week Annual and of Hazel Tindall’s wonderful DVD The Fine Art of Fair Isle Knitting and I have some news of Shetland knitting based trips if you can’t make it to wool week this year.
I always tell you to grab a drink along with your WIP, but today you need to get your nicest china out and grab a cake, biscuit or sweet treat of your choice because today Jess James and Clare Devine are coming over to KnitBritish for a tea party to celebrate their Tea Collection hat pattern bonanza!
ooh! what a lot has been going on since last we spoke! Get in here for a right wee blether with me, BritYarn, all things IBYC and a KAL!
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This episode of the podcast comes to you with a bit of a podretreat hangover, but it was the most fun. I have two reviews and related give-aways for you, namely The Bletchley Collection, by Joanne Scrace with Eden Cottage Yarns, and beautiful yarn from Ginger Twist Studio.
have been thinking a lot about the different knitting communities I belong to and how we are tied together in different ways with sticks and string.
This week I am also looking at Podcast Lounge news, a hap KAL and tea inspired knits