I love exploring local wool and I love that you love exploring your local wool. It is great to read about your local wool finds on your blogs, on ravelry and on social media and every once in a while you feel you want to share them with me. That is really moving beyond words.
Put the kettle on and join us as Donna Smith pops over to the blog to tell us all about starting a yarn business and her yarn Langsoond.
Let’s ramp up the wool exploration in 2018!
HEAPS to get through today – a not so innocent rant and a reminder of not being devalued and lots of love for The Knitting Goddesses new One Farm Yarn.
Settle in, me old chinas – its another 36 mins of wool and yarning!
Time to grab a drink, grab a WIP and settle in for the one with loads of reviews!
Welcome to a KnitBritish Yarn and Pattern Club! The best news is that you already own all the things you need. No deposit, no P&P or delivery charges. It’s all over in your stash and your ravelry library.
This episode I bring you a wee interview I’ve been waiting for the right time to bring you, all about connections to pattern traditions, family, landscape and place. Also we meet this month’s woolly mucker, Alison Mayne and chat a little with her about wool, patterns and community. There is also a review and a giveaway of Zen Variations from Renee Callahan!