KnitCast 31 – Lucy Neatby

Lucy Neatby talks to me about colour, TNNA, knitting bubbles and teaching knitting over the ship’s radio while at sea.

KnitCast 31 – Lucy Neatby

Bubbles Scarf

Hugs and Kisses scarf

The Lucy Kuku doll

Show Notes

Lucy’s website

Lucy’s blog

Learn with Lucy DVDs


Fleece artist


Kate Gilbert

Franklin Habit

Knitter’s Review

The music used for the KnitCast theme is called Knit Away by Stephen Wheel. Thanks Stephen!

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  2. Nathalie says:

    Thanks for this lovely podcast, it was really nice to hear Lucy Neatly, I love her work and the extracts I have seen of her dvds look really interesting. It’s a pity it’s so hard to get them in Europe.

    I’ll give you one more reason to make pdf available : there is no shipping fees, which can really be a problem when you live outside North America.
    I live in France, each time I want to buy a knitting book, I have to add about $10 for shipping, very often it’s half the price of the book, and I still have to wait for about 2 to 3 weeks to get it. So eventhough I love books I am totally in favour of pdf files, it’s a great money and energy saver !

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