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Episode 8: Carol Feller

For this episode we join Dublin yarn store, This Is Knit, as they celebrate Carol Feller’s latest publications:

First I met with Carol to find out about her life, her design process and her future plans.

During this interview, Carol or I mention:

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The range of colours for Dovestone DK yarn from Baa Ram Ewe

Afterwards, we headed over to in Dublin City Centre’s Powerscourt Townhouse to meet Carol’s fans for a book signing in This Is Knit. I chat with

  • Hilser as she talks about planning to make Tamarindo in “Trinity” from Townhouse Yarns
  • Ann and her Ravi (haven’t been able to track down Ann online)
  • vonniemagoo talks about wanting to make Estrella from Short Row Knits, as well as previously making Centrique shawl and Captiva Wrap
  • Deirdre (a.k.a. Gansai on Ravelry) and Mary discuss trying on the samples and taking part in the Mithral KAL

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Some of the samples from Short Row Knits

During the fashion show the following patterns are mentioned:

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Frio hat from Short Row Knits

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Palatino hat from Dovestone Hills

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Viminal (striped sweater) and other samples from Short Row Knits and Dovestone Hills

 

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8 thoughts on “Episode 8: Carol Feller

  1. Rebekah says:

    I just love Zapote… The little toggles are so sweet. Lots of little ones in our family so in always on the lookout for unique baby knits.

    I was excited to see who the lucky winner of last months’s giveaway was. Was it posted somewhere else?

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  2. Diane Pyle says:

    I can’t believe how accomplished Carol is after only 7 years. I really enjoyed the interview and always look forward to any new Carol Feller pattern.

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  3. Averil says:

    I love a lot of Carol’s cardigans but have only knit Ravi and I loved the design elements we were introduced to in the pattern. From Short Row Knits I really like Zapote and the sock patterns look interesting too 🙂

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