Shetland lace shawls are featured in some videos I came across on YouTube today, and rather than simply bookmark them for my own enjoyment, I thought I’d share them here with you. The first is this BBC video from 1964. The second video is a documentary commissioned by Shetland Museum and Arcives and produced and directed by Dave Hammond and Karen Emslie. The YouTube post is dated 2013.
I came across this treasure in my YouTube suggestions earlier today, and of course the dragon caught my eye. Anyone who knows me knows that I am crazy about dragons. So I had to watch this video, and it’s from the channel, Marion’s World. She’s a fairly new YouTuber, and most of her videos so…
Just a quick share after viewing this interesting video from Roxanne Richardson, covering Weldon’s Practical Needlework, and discussing the difference between socks and stockings. A trip into knitting history.
I don’t know if you’ve been following Arne & Carlos on YouTube recently, but I’m loving their thrift shop visits. Arne has been buying partially-completed stitching projects and finishing them, with his own unique changes that update them and make them special.
The Knitty Stew is a flight attendant for a Canadian airline, and a seasoned knitter. Hers is a fairly new channel compared to prior YouTube channels I posted about, but she’s not new to knitting.
For my second installment in my top favorite YouTube knitting channels to watch, I want to recommend the wonderful series of videos by Stephanie at Edible Thoughts Makes.
If you haven’t found Fruity Knitting on YouTube, you might want to. I’ll feature most of my knitting favorites in this blog, eventually. Sometimes that will be in the form of lists of YouTube channels, or blogs. or books. Sometimes it will be a single entry that focuses on one special resource. I will of course also share some of my own knitting. Today I’m happy to steer you toward this mother-daughter team, who have recently featured some yarn producers and knitters in and around Prince Edward Island.