If you are interested in learning more about my perspectives on knitting or seeing my essays and designs in various magazines, you can read, watch, or listen to articles, interviews, and podcasts I have taken part in! Enjoy!
Suzanne Bryan interviewed me for around an hour on my background as a teacher and researcher. I showed some of my examples of the historic sweaters I have studied. There are helpful time-stamps below the video to allow you to hop to the parts you are most interested in.
Early June: After a wonderful week of workshops, I spoke, and gave a slide show, at the National Silk Museum in Hangzhou, China: European Knitting Traditions in the 19th Century. This YouTube video is one hour and 6 minutes long.
Late June: The Fruity Knitting Podcast, Episode 78. This interview is about 22 minutes long. I talk about different knitting traditions, and some of the construction techniques and samplers I teach.
June: As part of the 2018 FisherFolk event in Cordova, AK, I gave a slide presentation. Plus some knitters modeled my garment from my latest book! Thanks to Dotty Widmann of the NetLoft (who sponsors the FisherFolk events) for the video, which is around 34 minutes long.
November: The Knitting Guild Association, Cast On Winter 2018-2019: Book Review, by Christina Hangar, of the new Knitting Ganseys. Note: you must be a member of TKGA and log in to the site to be able to view the article.
September: Interview with Kelly Nuss of EduKnit.com. You can download this PDF :Beth Brown Reinsel interview
August: Podcast with Marly Bird,