Hello pals! You wouldn’t be blamed if you had been thinking that blog posts were a thing of the past around here. My apologies! Every time I sit down to write a post (not a podcast post, but a good old fashioned blog post) I have the best intentions to get more posts out, but real life catches up and takes me away from the computer. In our lives online we often think of others being at the other end of the internet, attached to a device and ready to comment, post or “talk”. We’ve become attuned to thinking that the internet and social media means “fast” and that as quickly as we can type something, a response should also be generated. I’ve heard so often of designers in UK getting repeat social media posts, DMs and emails about a perceived issue with a pattern, over a very short period of time- often from people in countries on a different time zone than the UK, demanding a response. I do often think that the internet …
This is a special installment featuring some of the vendors from The Meet The Shepherdess event, at Edinburgh Yarn Festival 2018.
February has rolled around and almost out, so it is high-time for a good old catch up!
On today’s show we have Wool Exploration with the Gotland breed. There are two reviews and EYF chatter!
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.
Can you believe it? This is the 100th episode and it marks the 4th Anniversary of the podcast starting!
Its the last couple of weeks of exploring North Ronaldsay – there’s still time to join in!
The lat episode before Christmas…will there be ballet dancing sheep? I think so!
A big show, packed with heaps of WOOL! Grab your WIP and grab your drink!