Making Stitches Podcast

YARNDALE 2022 : A Festival of Yarn & Friendship

September 30, 2022 Lindsay Weston Season 6 Episode 51
Making Stitches Podcast
YARNDALE 2022 : A Festival of Yarn & Friendship
Show Notes

It hardly seems a year ago that I last followed the Yarn Walk to Skipton Auction Mart for Yarndale 2021. Last year saw the yarn festival based in North Yorkshire return after Covid, and this year it's celebrating it's 10th birthday. Seeing as I had such fun on my last visit, I had to return - not just to squish some gorgeous yarn - but to meet more lovely crafty folk.

This episode, the first of the sixth series of Making Stitches Podcast, is a snapshot of the fabulous day I spent at Yarndale 2022 last Saturday. You will hear from stall-holders and a chat I had with Eleonora Tully from Coastal Crochet who was on the workforce at the festival this year running workshops and giving a couple of talks.

Here are the people and businesses who feature in this episode - my thanks to everyone who spoke to me.

Janet Browne from Janet Browne Textile Art

Jodi from Cuddlebums Hand Dyed Yarns

Tanya Bentham from Opus Anglicanum Embroidery

Hannah Cross from Hanjan Crochet 

Zuzana from Trava & Wool

Matt Farci from Scheepjes &

Sue Kimber from Farm Crafts

Jaki Bogg from Hot Butter Yarns

Eleonora Tully from Coastal Crochet

Carole Rennison from Hooked by Design

Yarndale Festival

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