Today I’m exploring themes of value and worth looking at knitting education. There’s an interview with Knitting For All’s Kerry Kimber, coffee chat at Maddie Harvey’s Edinburgh knitting class and a review of Croft 29 Hebridean wool!
One of the things I wanted to do with the survey was to put forward a few of the ideas and suggestions I have received from you over the last wee while and gauge opinion on them. You may remember that my word for 2016 is momentum and it was with that in mind that I set out some of your suggestions.
Announcing the return of the hapalong. I’ve been thinking since the last hapalong that there should be a little celebration of this book with another KAL. The fact that the hapalong is mentioned in the book means that your own hap projects have been saluted too and that is definitely worth casting on another hap, isn’t it?
Today I have a good old squish of Kate Davie’s Buachaille yarn and find out about your Tales of the WIPs of Doooom
I am very lucky that I have an incredible community around me here at KnitBritish and I hope that you might be interested in taking a few minutes to give me some feedback.
it’s a long one! I look back at 2015 and think ahead a little.
Part two and it’s Sunday at the EYF…
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.