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episode 10 and the double figures

I cannot believe I have done 10 episodes in 8 months! This is a bumper episode to celebrate, so grab a punch and join the party!

You can also listen on iTunes (when it becomes available.)

News – Edinburgh Yarn Festival and KnitBritish are hosting PCL – listen in to what that is and I get so excited I need to take a breath! Also I am heading to Yarndale on Saturday 27th September and there may be a meet up.

Cast on / Cast offMontrose Hat from Clare Devine’s  collection Head to Toe in  Kettle Yarn Co Twist. Vivid Blanket in WYS Aire Valley. Lush in Wensleydale Longwool Sheep Shop DK and news from the #LushpodKAL

Yarn Clubs – Baa Baa Brighouse has a new monthly club using local dyers, such as Sylvan Tiger and Domesticated Human and also different British yarns and weights. Check out the links.

Yarn Review – Wendy Ramsdale and King Cole Masham Misty – British yarns from 2 commercial yarn companies.

Interview – Carol Meldrum, aka BeatKnit came along for a wee chat about design inspiration, workshops, knitted boyfriends and more! Visit her shop and check out the workshop calendar.  Also mentioning Carol’s [FREE] pattern Sheil Mitts and work for The Trembling Bells. (You might need to turn up the volume slightly)

Footnote to last month’s Knitting Words – courtesy of Maia Andreasson.

Prize Winner – Congrats to the winners! Head to Toe ebook: Knitstostaysane. Montrose winners: Suuf & AkaMillie

Music – Opening and throughout Djangoarias by John Gilliat. Closing theme is  Kitten Knitting Blues by Jacob Hallerboth from www.musicalley.com

(Click on pictures for larger images. All images from Carol Meldrum/BeatKnit Pinterest and used with kind permission)

Observations from episode 10 – I say “fantastic” FAR too much. *goes to find new adjectives for episode 11*

1 Comment

  1. Great music choice at the end! I couldn’t help but think why did the composer come up with those lyrics in the first place……..

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