NH Knits

NH Knits is a knitting podcast by Claire of The Woolly Thistle

NH Knits Ep 077

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Thank you for listening to Episode 77 which features a conversation with Knitsonik creator Felicity Ford. Our chat took place while at Edinburgh Yarn Festival last month. Enjoy!!

The Woolly Thistle

Knitsonik Colorwork Sourcebook

Knitsonik Colorwork Playbook will be available at The Woolly Thistle as soon as possible.

#NHKmittenKAL2016

Christiandatter Mittens

@scandiwork

@ovisetcetera

Riddari Sweater

Lettlopi

Magnolia Sweater

@camillavad

Einrum Icelandic yarn

Tidal Yarns

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NH Knits Ep 076

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Welcome to Episode 76 where we attend EYF and have a lovely chat with Susan Crawford, author of the Vintage Shetland Project.  Sarah of Fibretrek and I also have a wee dram and discuss our thoughts on Edinburgh and EYF.  There’s also a Woolly Thistle update.  Enjoy!

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NH Knits Ep 075

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Welcome to Ep 75 of New Hampshire Knits where you get to hear gripping tales of deadline knitting for EYF as well as hear about some of the new yarns available this month at The Woolly Thistle.  Claire will be at EYF when this airs and promises to return with stories for next time.  The chickens visit us at the end of this episode with your Moment of Hen.  Enjoy!

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NH Knits Ep 074

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This episode of New Hampshire Knits has what’s on and off the needles as well as announcing all the new yarns coming to The Woolly Thistle in March.  Enjoy!

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NH Knits Ep 073 - A sleeve is a fine birthday present

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Thank you for tuning in to Episode 73.  In addition to what’s On and Off The Needles, I share a silly mistake I made on the current WIP, I nonchalantly give a sleeve as birthday present and I get excited for the NH Knits Mitten KAL that starts 2/28/18.  There’s also EYF updates, chatter about the Blackerpodkal as well as The Woolly Thistle shop update.  Enjoy!!

 
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Tightly Spun - excellent new podcast
 
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NH Knits Ep 072 – Purling Back

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Welcome to Ep 72 of New Hampshire Knits where I talk lots about what’s on the needles including my sweater for Edinburgh Yarn Fest as well as what I’ve recently finished.  We have a quick and lovely Coop Cast as well as news about the upcoming NH Knits Colorwork Mitten Kal (#nhkmittenkal2018).   Lots of shop news too.  Enjoy!

 

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Queen of Purls

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NH Knits Ep 071

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Happy New Year and welcome to episode 71, the first for 2018.  There’s quite a bit Off the Needles, and more On the Needles along with a short farm tale and of course a Woolly Thistle update. I also start planning for “NHKmittenKAL2018” so listen in and enjoy!

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NH Knits Ep 070 - knitting natter

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Hello and welcome back to NH Knits, episode 70! This episode has lots of knitting natter, a Coop Cast as well as a Woolly Thistle update.  I hope you enjoy, Claire

NH Knits is sponsored by The Woolly Thistle who will soon be launching yarn from The Knitting Goddess!

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NH Knits Ep 068 - A Bit O’Shetland

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Thank you for listening to New Hampshire Knits.  This episode brings you lovely Oliver Henry from Jamieson & Smith in Shetland followed by a Coop Cast, and a whole lot of blether about what's on and off the needles, Project Peace, and a Woolly Thistle update.  Enjoy!

 

Project Peace: www.thehealthyknitter.com

The book referenced by Oliver Henry: In Search of the World's Finest Wools:https://www.alibris.com/search/books/isbn/9781770858473?bookbin=14264392515&gclid=CjwKCAjw64bPBRApEiwAJhG-fgVfyjrC_711qYbHG0DR7sawhkbgkt0DEp66G2ocX-PfkftW6M0EBhoC4v0QAvD_BwE

For more episodes and to visit the shop: www.thewoollythistle.com

 

 

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NH Knits Ep 067 - Birlinn Yarn Co, Outer Hebrides, Scotland

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This episode features a chat with Meg Rodger of Birlinn Yarn Co.  The name, Birlinn, comes from the short Viking boats that were used to navigate the islands around which Meg lives and crofts.  She raises Hebridean sheep and is making devine yarn from their fleeces.  Come listen to what life is like on the Outer Hebrideas!

Thanks for listening!

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