Right now, the Opening Reception for Shetland Wool Week 2016 is taking place. From previous experiences of the opening of Shetland Wool Week, I am sure this is a very jolly gathering with many wondrous knitters, an astounding collection of Crofthoose Hats, traditional Shetland music, and an inspiring address on the value and specialness of […]
As some of you may know, I am working on a commission for The Museum of Oxford’s 40th Anniversary Celebrations. The project is called The Fabric of Oxford and it celebrates the history of the city of Oxford through stories and sounds relating to its textiles. Like many of my projects – and my podcasts […]
Meet my amazing friends Andrea Franklin and Linda de Ruiter of Tall Yarns’n Tales! This minicast also includes one of Brenda Dayne’s beautiful essays from A Knitter’s Manifesto, the CD release on which we worked together several years ago.
As promised the KNITSONIK Minicast 02 – Silkworms – telling the story of how I raised a colony of silkworms for a commission I was working on for TATE Modern last year. You can listen below or download direct from Internet Archive, or through your iTunes subscription to the KNITSONIK podcast feed. Before getting to […]
Hello and welcome to another episode of the KNITSONIK podcast! [mejsaudio src=”http://archive.org/download/KNITSONIK06LegwarmersForSoundwalkingMixdown/KNITSONIK06_legwarmers_for_soundwalking_mixdown.mp3″] (If you prefer not to use the player, you can download this episode of KNITSONIK directly from here). You can also now subscribe directly to KNITSONIK via iTunes. This week in the KNITSONIK podcast: My first ever field recording, created in Ireland, in […]
KNITSONIKTM projekt/kollaboration: A Knitter’s Manifesto