Episode Summary

Hi Pomcats, did you miss us? Well we missed you! After a short respite, we’re renewed and ready to start this next chapter of knit chat goodness. We’re trying a new schedule too, so instead of a monthly offering, you can look forward to a new Pomcast episode every two weeks! We’ll also be alternating between dedicated interview episodes and ones that focus on Pom news and knitting/craft chat! You’ll also see that our logo has had a digital lick of paint thanks to the talented Amy Blackwell!For this audio offering, we’re getting cosy with Gudrun Johnston and hearing all about her upcoming release The Shetland Trader, Book Three: Heritage. For this collection Gudrun has taken the designs from her mothers made-to-order knitwear business run in the 1970s and updated them for contemporary knitters. This publication has been so thoughtfully researched, with Gudrun exploring the family archives and playing ‘knit detective’ with historical samples, it was a pleasure to hear more about how she put together Book Three.Remember you can keep in touch with us and other Pomcast listeners via our Ravelry forum, and you can send us your musings via email at podcast@pompommag.com. To be kept informed with all the latest updates, delightful titbits, and treats, we recommend signing up to our weekly newsletter! This episode is sponsored by Cocoknits. Lost count of your rows? Dropped a stitch? Need that cable needle right now? Cocoknits has it covered! Cocoknits’ mission is to design beautiful, functional tools and knitting patterns for makers all over the world. For an exclusive $1 off any knitting pattern from cocoknits.com, use the code POMCAST at checkout! Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.
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