This is the final show of the year – I am trying to dispense with the C word in this episode. There are plenty of great people writing great things about gifts for knitters and how to do last minute gift knitting – there’s not much of that here – other than our own small gestures swap – just the usual wooliness and japes with me!
Our exploration of North Ronaldsay has come to an end and I am busy compiling your amazing reviews for the next episode of the podcast, on 12th January. Our next breed, fearless Wool Explorers, is the glorious Gotland.
A big show, packed with heaps of WOOL! Grab your WIP and grab your drink!
Thank you so very much to all of you who took part in the KnitBritish survey – I am very appreciative of the time you took to do it and the feedback you gave me. Let’s have look at a sample of the feedback.
Joy McMillan, The Knitting Goddess joins me for a chat today and we talk about her life before dyeing, the dye process and the incredible British wool bases that she loves to create with and exciting tidbits about new yarns!!
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.
The fifty-second episode of the podcast is here and I am in awe of all the Natures Shades fun going on!
it’s a long one! I look back at 2015 and think ahead a little.