Drive-by knitting! Chat and fun bits surrounding the knitting lives of folks who wander onto our path!
Amy Detjen, wonderful person and insanely great knit teacher!
Episode 13 features Amy Detjen, wonderful person and insanely great knit teacher! Amy and I discuss a WORLD of stuff, much of it having NO relation of fiber or knitting, but we certainly have a lovely, fun visit!
Courtney Kelley, co-owner of Kelbourne Yarn and incredibly hip knitting mama.
Episode 12 features Courtney Kelley, owner (along with Kate Gagnon Osborn) of Kelbourne Woolens, the sole distributor of The Fiber Co Yarns.
Romi Hill: Designer, teacher and lace knitting maven.
Episode 11 is a visit with the popular and gracious Romi Hill! Romi has been tearing up the knit-alongs for a few years now, and has become a favorite among knitters who enjoy a beautiful and satisfying shawl pattern.
Brooke Nico, knit designer, yarn shop owner and knit technique teacher.
Our tenth episode features knit designer, yarn shop owner and knit technique teacher, Brooke Nico. We discuss Brooke's entry into the knit design world (she was discovered having a soda at Shrafts - kind of...) and our mutual love of history, knitting and our families.
Biggan Ryd Dups, Designer, Yarn Maven and Good Friend
Our ninth episode features Biggan Ryd Dups, a friend of mine who also happens to be an amazing hand knit designer and creator of an incredible line of colorful yarns that are a dream to knit with!
Becca Foster, Weaver, Dyer, Outdoorswoman & Cool Person
Here's a lovely conversation with our sole employee, Becca Foster, who works with us a few hours a week (sometimes much more!) and will be a fixture in our booth at our various fiber show appearances.
This is a meandering, wandering, pointless talk - but it's funny, and diverting, and do you really need anything else than that from a free yarn podcast?
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Just found this podcast! Thoroughly enjoyed it! Great conversation, reminds me of my Tuesday night yarn group.
Just like being there
Great conversations! I felt like I was right there with you and your guests knitting, drinking, and sharing stories. I also love that Annie laughs so often. She sounds genuine and honest. I don't think you'll be disappointed listening.