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Join me on my journey of woolly discovery celebrating the unique characteristics of British wool and meeting some of the people involved with local wool, from sheep to skein. You can visit and follow me on twitter and IG @_knitbritish

Customer Reviews

Very good wooly blend!

This was one of the first knitting podcasts I listened to, and now I know it's unique. Louise is relaxed and sometimes you can hear needles clicking. Louise has regular sections, but she doesn't go into laborious project details that other podcasts do. There are also musical interludes, but they are short, and there are seagulls or other sound effects. It's lovely. I like that she reviews yarns somehow with audio and it works. She also covers regional events, shops, designers, so there's plenty of great info. It is clearly planned and edited, but it doesn't sound over processed or like she's reading. Wish I could find more like it! Well done ;)

Love this Podcast

I have only just discovered Louise's podcast but I am a big fan already. She has a lovely lilting voice and a wicked sense of humour to go along with her passion for using and promoting British Wool. You won't regret hitting the 'subscribe, button!


Great podcast - very much more like a radio programme than a traditional podcast. Louise is very engaging and the content is both highly informative as well as entertaining. Quality of the interviews is great - and I also appreciate the personal input and opinion. However, I have been amazed how much I didn't know about locally produced yarn and the variety of wool available. My eyes have been opened listening to this podcast I cannot recommend highly enough!

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  • Category: Hobbies
  • Language: English

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