In an episode that moves from lump-in-throat to fits of giggles, you are in for another epic ride of an episode of KnitBritish!
If like me you feel the need to cast on all the things, you could start with Ann Kingstone’s new mini collection Tup Knits!
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.
It’s autmuny/wintery; the clocks have changed and a darker period of the year is opening up in front of us offering us more knitting time…is that what I want to cast on all the things??
Episode 17 of the podcast is here with a book review of Dutch Traditional Ganseys; cast on cast off and a new group for stash taming!
This episode there is a yarn review of North Pennines BFL and a look at KnitSonik Stranded Colour Work Source Book. Casting off and on and why life is too short to knit things that you don’t like!
A recent publication helps to put the knitter in control of their own health and wellbeing
another episode and this one is full of laughter, yarn, books an wips, including a visit to Ginger Twist Studio in Edinburgh to meet Jess James and Clare Devine