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Today KnitBritish is sponsored by The Edinburgh Yarn Festival. Scotland’s premier knitting event is being held from 17-20th March, at the Edinburgh Corn Exchange. Four days of classes with world class tutors; a packed marketplace on the Friday and Saturday with hand-picked vendors, meet-ups, demos – and the Blacker Yarns Podcast Lounge!
Listen in for exciting news about the event and check out edinyarnfest.com
It is one month until EYF and so this episode is themed around it - but fear not, if you cannot go, because everything I talk about today is not exclusively available from the event. I preview some of the vendors there by way of a book review, a yarn review, two yarn give aways and a #NaturesShades prize.
There are also BIG reveals about the Friday night entertainment at the EYF, a very special forthcoming publication and LOTS of Podcast Lounge news. (If you really don't want to live the EYF vicariously through me then please feel free to skip from 20:45 to 45:18!)
Today I feature: Take Heart by Fiona Alice ; Tamar by Blacker Yarns; Epistropheid by Kate Davies. I talk anout Kettle Yarn Co new yarn Baskerville and also metion the #anythinggoesKAL from Katya Frankel
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