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Welcome to my first full Curious Handmade podcast episode.
I’m exited to tell you about my trip up to Glasgow for the Glasgow School of Yarn last weekend.
Not only that but I am so thrilled to be able to share with you an interview with Amy Singer from Knitty.com. If you are a fan of Knitty which many of us are, or perhaps have even thought about submitting a pattern to be published in Knitty then you definitely want to listen to this interview. You can find out how Amy started out creating the online knitting magazine and what happens behind the scenes of putting an issue together.
Thank you to Libby from Truly Myrtle for your comments and lovely encouragement for my introductory episode last week.
Links for things mentioned in the episode:
The Yarn Cake – sponsor and organiser of the Glasgow School of Yarn
Blank Canvas sweater pattern by Ysolda Teague
Easy Knits and Easy Knits Nano Skeins
Liz Lovick of Northern Lace (she has a lovely write up of the event on her blog) and her new book:
The Magic of Shetland Lace Knitting: Stitches, Techniques, and Projects for Lighter-Than-Air Shawls & More
Interview with Amy Singer from Knitty.com:
The Dead Fish Hat!
My two Knitty.com patterns mentioned in the interview are:
My all time favourite Knitty pattern is the famous Clapotis
Pop over to the episode discussion thread in Ravelry and let me know what your favourite Knitty.com pattern is or comment below. I would love to hear what you think of the show and if you have any questions.
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