January 25th, 2014

Ready, Set, Knit! 342: Kathy talks with Louisa Harding

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This week Kathy talks with Louisa Harding

Louisa calls in from VK Live and chats with Kathy about her early days taking pattern cutting courses at college and bringing her knowledge of sewing and garment making to the art of hand knitting.

She also talks about the long road from seeing new yarns at an industry trade show to designing, photography and bringing them to market. Louisa is lucky enough to work with her photographer husband to bring an easily identifiable look and feel to her brand.

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One Response to “Ready, Set, Knit! 342: Kathy talks with Louisa Harding”

  1. Kristin Nicholas Says:

    This was a nice interview. Listened on the radio on way to Farmers Mkt in Amherst.

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