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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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Show notes:

Snowland by Jessica McDonald

Making Stories magazine

Ironwork Tee by Dianna Walla

The Pearroc Shawl pattern and on Ravelry

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

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