Season 2, Episode 6: A UK-Centric perspective on Racism and Inclusion with Jeanette Sloan

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Jeanette Sloan is a knitwear pattern designer and blogger. She uses her social media to highlight POC makers in the knitting community.

Having learned how to knit at age 7, Jeanette’s gone on to teach machine-knitting at Bucks New University in Buckinghamshire, and hand-knitting at The Royal College of Art in London.

Jeanette finds colour to be an important part of her design process. She will often seek out intriguing stitch patterns to give the project a stylish, contemporary edge. Her work has been featured in Simply Knitting, The Knitter, and Knitting Magazine.

Download the transcript for the episode here.



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