This is a rewind episode from 2015 – we go back to episode 30, when I go to Jamiesons of Shetland.
There’s some kind of festive holiday happening soon?!
Hello wool pals, settle in – there is a lot of woolly magic to get through in this episode. There is an interview with Esther Rutter, author of This Golden Fleece and a recording from Fine Fettle Fibres, with Alice Underwood from the Rare Breed Survival Trust.
Hello and welcome in to episode 120 of the podcast – relaunching after my summer hiatus with a new name – welcome to WoolWork.
News from WoolNEss; our castlemilk moorit wool exploration and the small matter of a big change – the name of the podcast.
This month’s episode looks at something that has hooked itself into me and won’t let go!
Welcome to episode 117! ↓Listen to the podcast↓ You can also listen on iTunes, the podcast app, or search your favourite podcatcher, if you prefer! | Hellos & Good Intentions Q2 A quick gander amongst the Ravelry group and looking at what folks are making, or planning to make this quarter in the Good Intentions thread! There is a lot of making good on intentions in that thread! | Cast on / Cast off I finished my second Felix sweater by Amy Christoffers/ Savoury Knitting for my sister’s birthday. No image of the second, but here’s my first! Many times over, with lovely pals, at EYF2019. It was also made in Iona Wool. I have a bit of a rant about the visual inaccessibility of the patterns and layout in Laine magazine. I had got this magazine specifically for the Poet sweater, by Sari Nordlund. I got the yarn that I wanted to use – Bealach Astair from Uist Wool – however the pattern was not laid out well in the magazine. As well as the page being grey/beige, …
Ooh dear! I’ve been struggling to get some creative energy going to make this episode. Something is better than nothing, right? New yarn, EYF news and Cheviot Wool Exploration