Let’s Meet Mary Scott Huff

Let’s Meet Mary Scott Huff

Let’s Meet Mary Scott Huff on the Yarn Thing podcast with Marly Bird today. Mary Scott Huff is the author of six knitting books: The New Stranded Colorwork, Teach Yourself Visually Color Knitting, Fun and Fantastical Hats to Knit, Fun and Fantastical Slippers to Knit,The Creative Kids Photo Guide to Knitting, and The Mitten Handbook. An Information Technology refugee, Mary now leads a yarn-centered life. The many friends she’s found along the way have helped her become an internationally-recognized designer, teacher and author. A native of the Pacific Northwest, Mary shares a wee little house there with her husband, two children, some Scottish Terriers, and more yarn than is strictly necessary.

You can join Mary on her adventures playing with string at MaryScottHuff.com, and her Ravelry Designer page. She keeps a very low profile online so if you like what she spoke about, I would recommend you sign up for her updates on the front page of her website. To purchase ANY of Mary’s books, use Marly’s #AffiliateCode for Amazon, or Teach Yourself Knitting Visually, or Fun and Fantastical Hats to Knit.

If you missed this when it is live, no worries, there is video from the Birds of a Feather Studio on Marly’s Facebook page or the audio episode where it aired originally: https://www.blogtalkradio.com/yarnthing/2017/03/14/mary-scott-huff


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