Podcast Episode 1

Podcast Episode 1



Hello, welcome to the show notes for the very first episode of the Eldenwood Craft podcast.

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So here are the things that I talked about and some helpful links.


As well as telling you a little bit about myself I let you know where you can find me online – I’m on Instagram, Twitter, Facebook, Pinterest and Ravelry, oh and on this website too but you don’t need me to point you there! And then of course there is my Etsy shop. On all these sites you will find me by searching for Eldenwood Craft.

On the needles (full details and photos can be found on my Ravelry pages, links below):

Current sock project – I’m knitting a vanilla sock and will be adding an afterthought heel. Knit on 2.5mm needles (KnitPro Zings) and the yarn is from Norah George Yarns in her Gryffindor House Crest colourway.
Current shawl project  – Melanie Berg’s Spark of Grey Shawl. Yarn used is Kettle Yarn Co’s Baskerville in the Dawn and Eventide colourways. Needles are Chiaogoo 3.5mm
Sock yarn blanket – using KnitPro Zings 2.5mm and each square is made casting on 40 stitches.
3 Colour Cashmere Shawl – pattern by Joji Locatelli and knit using Knit Picks Capretta in the cream and caviar colourways so far. Need to find the third colour to turn it from a 2 colour to a 3 colour cowl. The needles are Knit Pro Symfonie 2.5mm.

Off the needles:

Monkey Socks by Cookie A, knit with Yantantethera Yarns on 2.5mm needles.


I showed you some lovely yarns from Yantantethera Yarns and from Norah George Yarns. Both are fabulous UK indie dyers and have Etsy shops definitely worth a look.

If you have any questions or comments then please do feel free to leave them here, or in the comments section of the video in YouTube and I’ll answer them either here or on the next podcast.

Thanks for watching and reading, it’s really appreciated.

Emma x

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