Dear Pru’s Yarn Store Passport: A record for intrepid Yarnaholics, Knitters and Crocheters is out now on Amazon. It’s not very expensive, and will fit in most project bags. A great gift for the yarny you know, and the ones you will befriend as you travel the globe collecting all the stamps and stickers at far-flung local yarn stores.
Dear Pru knitting workshops were hosted at Sunspun this September. The boutique yarn store in Melbourne’s eastern suburbs was filled with knitters learning to knit brioche, socks and Fair Isle- one class even included steeking!
After a successful year as part of the Fibre Feast SA organising committee, Pru is stepping down to focus on her designing, teaching and writing.
The full moon a few nights ago confirmed it: it’s been a month since I went to Vogue Knitting Live. I arrived in New York… Read More »Things I dared to hope would happen actually happened
There are a LOT of knitting podcasts out there. Does the world really need another one? What makes The Knitrepreneurs different from all the others? Our point of difference is that we cut the crusts off business concepts and serve them to you in knitter-friendly serving sizes. We aren’t business gurus, but what we do know, we’ll share, and welcome others add their insights. And, if you are an indie dyer, a knitting pattern designer, a crochet tutor, a yarn store owner, or aspire to be any of these things, this is the podcast for you.
The Knitrepreneurs have a new look for episode 6 and a renewed sense of purpose as they talk about their “why”.
The Knitrepreneurs episode 2 is now available on YouTube…Jess and Pru get excited about knitting biz (as usual) and the (official) Chicken of Wisdom drops some purls.
The Knitrepreneurs is two Australian entrepreneurs, who also happen to be knit wits, talking about the business of knitting and their knitting businesses!