Episode 30 of the Podcast – Shawl knitting, British wool, foraged baskets, and rosemary cuttings
While it's still cold I'm really enjoying cosy knitting with both hand-spun yarn and my hand-dyed Mendip yarn. Join me as I chat about some shawls in heavier-weight yarn, supporting producers of British wool, a couple of recent baskets from foraged materials, and a super-simple way to make more rosemary plants.
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Snowland by Jessica McDonald
I'm using Marina Skua Mendip DK in Plum
Frostbeam Shawl knitting pattern
I get a lot of my wool (both for my mill-spun Mendip yarns and a lot of the yarn I spin by hand for myself) from Fernhill Farm; they are wonderful.
The blog post I wrote on spinning yarn from foraged wool.
Suzie Grieve @foragedfibres on Instagram
Intro music is Dead from the Beginning, Alive to the End by Doctor Turtle
Suonatore di Liuto by Kevin MacLeod