Today we’ve got some products and people with a lot of heart!
ahem…we get a little raised of voice at the very start of the podcast – it is warranted, but I dont intend on making a habit of it…then its all full on WOOL!
I was recently sent Rachael Matthew’s new book The Mindfulness in Knitting to review and what a lovely book this is! I mean to talk about this on the podcast too, but I have quite a few things to review and so while I will talk about some of the aspects of the book in a later episode, I thought it would be nice to mention the details here too.
Welcome back to the podcast after a lovely wee break. I am jumping straight back into the action with a really wonderful tour of The Border Mill.
You may remember when I was talking about future plans that I hinted at some exciting collaborations….
I have been playing with some incredible yarn recently and it is time to share it with you! If you follow me on instagram you may have seen me showing off my swatch of Phileas Yarns Wanderlust BFL recently.
We know that there are lots of gradient packs of coloured yarns out there….mini skeins of unicorn tails or teeny balls of yarns like gobstoppers, but there isn’t the same choice when it comes to the same for naturals there isn’t as much in terms of lovely packs or nuggets of naturally coloured loveliness.
However there are a few ways to work with what you might have in stash…and being a reader of KB you probably have quite a few natural British odds and ends, yes?! I thought so.
More natural gradients for you – Perfect for keeping warm this winter and looking spectacular too. I also have more yarny suggestions from our sponsor BritYarn to help further enable you!