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episode 71 - the value of what you do

17-04-2017

Shownotes are at Knitbritish.net with links and images. 

Today I am mulling over ideas of knitting for others, including knitting for the knitwothy and being paid for your work. If you take anything away from this episode remember that what you do as a skilled craftsperson deserves merit and is very valuable!

I also have two meaningful knit stories, from Nancy and Elaine, on recieving knittted items from others. 

And if you are finding it hard to deflect requests for knitted items, I have a very handy cut-out-and-keep missive for you to give out

There's also a GIVEAWAY! two tickets are up for grabs for the WoolTribe Knitter's Christmas Party in Edinburgh. Get on over to the KB Ravelry group to enter before Sunday 27th!

N.B. contains the words "sh!tty, sh!tty, sh!tty, f*cking" in relation to the US election. Please don't listen if you don't want to! 

This month KnitBritish is delighted to be sponsored by The Knitting Goddess. If you are going to the Knitting & Stitching show in Harrogate this weekend, do pop over and see Joy and Bobbie on stand c525 for incredible hand-dyed British wool and screen printed goodies! Webshop updates are every Thursday - be sure to sign up to the newsletter for exclusive discounts too!

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