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episode 8 and all of the woolly people are so so lovely

Yes, this month’s podcast is a little early, but my holiday falls on the broadcast day!

In this episode there is not the yarn reviews I promised last time – given time restraints in bringing the podcast forward –  or any cast off/cast ons, but  I am bringing you  lovely content, if I do say so myself!

(Apologies for rough-around-edges editing – I edited for coughs, but only lightly edited for “umms”)

This episode will be available on iTunes soon

  • WoolFest is next Friday & Saturday (27-28th) and if you haven’t been before I have  a tip or two for you.
  • If you are at Woolfest, you’ll be lucky to see a whole host of stalls, but seek out Yarn Garden for their new British base yarns in Teeswater and BFL – listen to my interview with George. The Teesdale yarns – Teeswater fingerling lace100g and BFL 4ply 100g cost £20 each and will wow Woolfest (meterage tbc). Do check out their website for more astonishing colours and lovely yarns.
  • News: Fellow podcaster and British wool lover KnitSpinCake is opening a wool shop!
  • Woolly people are so so lovely
  • Winner of the Artesano Blue Face Blend is announced and the random generator selected Charly, well done!#
  • The music is Djangoarias by John Gilliat  and you can find it at musicalley.com

 

Delightful Teeswater from Yarn Garden. but click on  pic for more from their shop!)

Delightful Teeswater from Yarn Garden. but click on pic for more from their shop!)

 

The Podcat is back this time too

The Podcat is back this time too, but was too lazy to be helpful

3 Comments

  1. Isla says

    Just added Yarn Garden to my list of must see and purchase from stalls at Woolfest! I’m going to need a bigger place to store my stash at this rate. Have a great and relaxing break away isla x

  2. Gretchen says

    Great podcast! I always learn so much. Just looked at Yarn Garden. He dies, indeed, love what he does. Yarn is lovely.

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