Podcast Episode Four: Shownotes

Happy Monday, fibre friends! In this week’s episode of Wool is my Bread I show off a previously unseen project – and it’s an FO! I also share my progress on my Threipmuir sweater and I dwell on some dream knitting. I hope you enjoy the episode and if you have any questions which aren’t answered in the shownotes below, please feel free to drop me a message or leave me a comment!

What’s Off My Needles

hermione's everyday socks week 4

Pattern: Hermione’s Everyday Socks by Erica Leuder

Yarn: Sinew & Stone Trinket Sparkle in the Stormurinn colourway

What’s On My Needles

Threipmuir week 4

Pattern: Threipmuir designed by Ysolda Teague

Yarn: Birlinn Yarn Company 4ply Natural in Storm Grey and Peaty Brown and 4ply Hebridean Colours in Corn Marigold

Pattern: Abisko Socks designed by Linda Dubec (first featured in WOODS, the first Making Stories publication released last year)

Yarn: Tukuwool Fingering in the Ujo colourway

Dream Knitting


Pattern: Koto designed by Olga Jazzy (first featured in Wool People Volume 9 by Brooklyn Tweed)

Yarn: De Rerum Natura Gilliatt in the Quartz colourway

Other Natter

space to create

This week I spent a bit of time helping out a local charity, Space2Create. It was great spending a couple of hours teaching the basics of knitting and definitely reminded me of how much I enjoy sharing skills, particularly fibre-related ones. I am due to lead a crochet workshop next week so hopefully that will be met with similar enthusiasm!

I think that pretty much covers all of the main content this week, so until next time, happy knitting!


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