Anne sits down with Viveka Velupillai of Uradale Yarns to talk about her study of the Shetland dialect as well as the organically grown and processed Uradale Yarns.
1 hr 1 min
Welcome to season 4! To kick things off, Anne sat down with Misa Hay of Shetland Wool Adventures to talk to her about her tour company and her new journal that aims to give everyone a taste of what makes Shetland such a special place. Have a listen to learn how to win one of 5 copies of the Journal, kindly supplies by Misa to listeners of the podcast!
In this last episode of the season, Anne focuses on supportive things: sponsors, patrons, stitch markers, and reviews.
Anne interviews Jana Knits from the Purl Together podcast, offers an update on the next knit along, and shares a few more odds and ends.
Anne shares her experience on the Great Northern Yarn Haul, talks a bit about what’s on her needles, shares what it’s been like to wear the same wool dress every day for a month, and comments on a few more tidbits.
Anne sits down with Erin Pirro of Morehouse Farm to talk about sheep farming, Morehouse Farm Merino, the upcoming Lark’s Alvina knit along, and more!
1 hr 7 min
Anne interviews Karen Riehl about the upcycled fur pompoms, samoyed yarn, and possum yarn available from Poppy’s Pompom.
In this episode, Anne hints at things to come, shares a bit of news about the upcoming knit along with Morehouse Farm and the next Online International Fiber Festival, and takes you on a deep dive into the world of possum fiber!
In this episode, Anne gets into the knitty-gritty of why wool is such a wonderful fiber. Yes, even in summer!
In this episode, Anne recommends some BluPrint classes for those who are trying to cram in as many as they can before the service disappears, as well as some knitting books she has found helpful for the Master Hand Knitter Program. More progress on the program, the Morehouse Virtual Farm Day, and more!