Conversations From Our Days with Ysolda Teague

Conversation From Our Days with Ysolda Teague
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Shownotes:

The perception, I think, is usually that men in knitting are obviously gay
It doesn’t even occur to people that the women might be....
— Ysolda Teague

This is a re-release of an interview that I originally featured on my previous podcast, A Playful Day.

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June is Pride month so it felt as good a time as any to get my girlfriend back on the show! This episode, I'm in conversation with Ysolda Teague, knitwear designer, business owner and co-parent to my little girl. Ysolda was first on the show 3 years ago and so we are settling in for a conversation about putting you personality into your brand, speaking your truth and visibility.

Things we reference in our conversation:

It wasn’t necessarily that I wouldn’t be welcomed if people did know that I was gay but I didn’t know if I would
— Ysolda Teague

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