Anne starts the year with a book review of Keepers of the Sheep, some suggested crafting goals for 2021, as well as a list of her own. Grab your knitting!
Did you miss the video interview with Barbara Gray of the Shetland Textile Museum? Watch it on the Jamieson and Smith YouTube channel, or listen to the audio in this special bonus episode.
Dec 16, 2020
Take a break and listen to some holiday memories from Anne and your fellow listeners.
Dec 14, 2020
Anne reviews some yarn from Faithmead Yarns, catches you up on lots of things, has another giveaway, ushers in the return of songs to the podcasts, and wraps it all up with the audio from her interview with Terri Laura.
Dec 7, 2020
Anne sits down with Chris Dyer of Garths Croft Bressay to talk about the archeology and history of Shetland, as well as his experience moving into sustainable crofting.
Nov 30, 2020
In this episode, Anne has another giveaway, a report on the latest Online International Fiber Festival, and an interview with knitwear designer and teacher Janette Budge.
Nov 23, 2020
Anne sits down with knitwear designer and former Shetland Wool Week patron, Ella Gordon. Ella works at Jamieson and Smith and has an impressive and important collection of vintage Fair Isle knitwear. Listen for more!
Nov 2, 2020
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.
Oct 26, 2020
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!
Oct 20, 2020
In this last episode of the season, Anne focuses on supportive things: sponsors, patrons, stitch markers, and reviews.
Sep 7, 2020