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The FibreWorks Podcast, Episode 2

Lots of things are happening at the Small Bird Workshop, so this episode includes updates on a variety of projects, including the erstwhile Polypay, along with upcoming tests, 2022 plans, and a chat about what happens when a fleece is very, very dirty.

Show notes!
For this episode, show notes will just contain links to the things I've mentioned. Ravelry links are noted when I've used them.


Email: smallbirdworkshop AT gmail DOT com
The Small Bird Workshop on Instagram
The Small Bird Workshop on Facebook
The Small Bird Workshop group on Ravelry

Wellington Fibres
Custom Woolen Mills

Longway Homestead website
Longway Homestead on Instagram

Watsonwheel.com

Plucky Pigeon Knits on Instagram
Plucky Pigeon Knits on Ravelry
The Fancy Fencework Sweater on Ravelry
Side Eye Sweater on Ravelry

 

Twin Oaks Fibre Farm website
Twin Oaks Fibre Farm on Instagram

Small Bird Workshop Ko-Fi


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  • Nancy on

    Hi love your podcasts I just finished #2 and was interested in the way you were talking about the colour working. I was looking for the link to Usola Teak I know that’s not the way to spell her name but it’s the closest I could get lol. I’ve looked through your show notes but am not see it sorry if I’m just blind, but could you please send me the info on her the spelling alone wood help! Keep up the great work! You are very informative thanks so much for your time! Happy New Year 🥳

  • Lucie on

    I listened to both podcasts and throughly enjoyed them. It is informative, interesting and very dynamic. I look forward tothe next one.
    Thank you.

  • Elaine Shipclark on

    Love the podcasts. Look forward to hearing many more.

  • Knittysixx on

    I was blown away by your podcast. I found it super interesting and informative- particularly the segment about buying fleece from farmers. And it’s so great to see a Canadian business using lots of Canadian wool of high quality. AND I got to listen while knitting up a cardigan with your CVM awesome wool. Keep up the great work!


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