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episode 19 vision and vendors

17-04-2017

Today I reveal the vendor and exhibitor list for the Edinburgh Yarn Festitval (14-15 March). This is just the first wave with more vendors to be announced. Do the muppet-fail/dance-of-joy with me as I reveal the very exciting line-up so far and check out edinyarnfest.com for vendor and class info. 

 

I look back through my own diary to meeting new friends & attending some great events. You may have heard lots of people choosing a word for 2015, rather than make resolutions. I talk about focus and what that means for me.

 

Episode 20 is the KB Podcast 1st birthday celebrations. I have a British wool giveaway planned and you can enter in the KnitBritish Ravelry group by joining the group and commenting in the thread which British breed wool you want to experiment with in 2015 and what you might knit with it. Episode 20 will be out 16th (or 17th!) of Jan and I will make the draw on the show. 

 

The Small Gestures Swap was a huge sucess and everyone seemed so very happy with their pattern gifts. IvyFox sent me mama vertebrae, by Kelly Brooker and I have already cast it on. I sent Ivy the Derwentwater shawl, by tess young.

 

Thanks and hellos to the New Kids in the Ravelry group.

 

Music is from musicalley.com. full shownotes with links can be found at knitbritish.net/ep-19

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