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episode 29 baby princess woollen watch

17-04-2017

You can find all the shownotes and links at KnitBritish.

If you're like me you may be a bit fatigued with baby princess woollen watch and a bit General Election-ed out. Let's grab a cuppa and a WIP instead!

: : NEWS : : 

  • BritYarn is a REALLY exciting new online wool shop, run by Isla Davison, which will be opening it's doors on 2nd June. I am so excited for Isla as she is sourcing and stocking wool British wool and products and supporting home-grown suppliers and businesses. Check out her blog ahead of the shop opening next month

 

 

 

: : Hap Chat : :

We will be having a #hapalonghangout on Sunday 10th May from 7-9 pm gmt on Twitter and IG. Do join in and post your hap pics (WIPs or FOs!)

: : Make it Fit : :

Myself and Jo Milmine are going to be working on a series of posts about the process of knitting to fit and all the questions and issues that arise from that. There will be more info to follow but you meantime, if you want to drop a line on any facet of this, you can contact us makeitfit2015@gmail.com

: : KnitLocal : : 

The lovely LauraSue talks about the micro wool industries and wool work in her corner of the US in North Carolina.

: : Next Time : : 

You may remember last episode I hoped to bring you an interview with Jamiesons of Shetland, but I have decided to give it it's own episode, so come back next time for that and thanks for listening!

 

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