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Episode 45 of the podcast – Cosy fireside chat, Woodbind, colourwork yoke knitting, Mendip DK colour love

Join me by the fire on a chilly winter's day as I chat about some of the yarn I've been dyeing recently, and some past and present hand-knits with my local lambswool Mendip DK yarn. I'd love you to join the Out of the Dark Make-Along, which I run annually from January to March – use my yarn or patterns to win prizes! (Full details on how to enter in the video and in the show notes below.)

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Show notes:

I'm wearing my Rimeflower Hat

The Woodbind Jumper pattern is available now. Mine is knitted in Garthenor Beacons in the colour Wild Olive.

My hand-dyed Mendip DK yarn is British wool sourced from Fernhill Fibre, a local eco-farm in the South-West of England.

See all my Mendip DK designs. The colourwork yoked jumper I'm designing will be released later this year.

Details on the Out of the Dark Make-Along.

I mentioned Katt Weaver's podcast as one I'm really enjoying at the moment.

Harriet of Wild Wood Stitches makes beautiful project bags.


Intro music is Dead from the Beginning, Alive to the End by Doctor Turtle

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