I Thought I Knew How is a podcast about learning what you thought you already knew in both knitting and life. Visit our website at IThoughtIKnewHow.familypodcasts.com.
I-91 Shop Hop, Part 2
Anne visits four shops in her early foray along the I-91 Shop Hop. There's a lot of crochet talk this time, as well as some interesting discussion about how the various shops are dealing with coming out of lockdowns.
If you'd like to follow in her footsteps, the actual I-91 Shop Hop takes place August 10 - 21, 2021!
I-91 Shop Hop, Part 1
Come along with Anne on the I-91 Shop Hop a little early, and then join in yourself, August 10 - 21, 2021!
Kel Bachus of Fiberworld
In this episode, Anne sits down with Kel Bachus, founder of Fiberworld and A Hundred Ravens yarn company. They talk through how each got started, what to expect from the upcoming Fiberworld, and a whole lot more. Enjoy!
In this episode, Anne does as deep a dive into Shetland lace as is possible in about 35 minutes of air time. Please visit the organizations listed in the show notes to support the preservation of Shetland lace knitting in Shetland.
In this episode, Anne recaps the results of the Hat Not Hate KAL, does a little regrouping with her one-big-project-a-month goal, and invites us all to engage in a little regrouping of our own.
Dana Blair of Pichinku Fibers
Anne sits down with Dana Blair of Pichinku Fibers in the Sacred Valley of Peru. Listen as Dana shares why she started the company, introduces you to her team of dyers, dreams of an impactful future for Pichinku!
Like Listening To a Friend Talk About Her Knitting
Anne Frost’s podcast is possibly my favorite podcast of any genre. She is enthusiastic but not hyper. She is full of information and isn’t afraid to talk about mistakes. I really enjoy her trips to Shetland and all of the knowledge and fun she shares. Her podcast format is classic, with a couple of songs mixed in with talk about her knitting and events of interest. It really does feel like listening to a friend. I hope you enjoy her, too.
Always Full of Information and Fun!
Each of the episodes offers a mix of information about incredible people and places, as well as nuggets to add to our personal perspectives around knitting, making, and more. Thank you, Anne!
Best audio knitting podcast out there
It’s hard for me to explain what I like so much about this podcast. I love the mixing in of music, Anne’s honesty and her voice and cadence. Sounds odd I know but I listen to another podcast where the narrator changed every month and trust me - it matters! This podcast deserves a listen.