hannaontheroad Podcast Shownotes Episode 17: Yummm, a new sweater!

And we're back with another episode of the hannaontheroad podcast - we're rapidly approaching the 20 episodes mark! Today is short, but sweet with an FO, a HO and a new cast on.

Plus, I'm answering Becky's question on how I juggle so many different creative business projects.

Watch the full episode to catch my answer:




Join us for the first hannaontheroad Knit Along, the #LinenKAL - aka everything and anything knit with linen yarn or linen blends!

You can find all the details in our Ravelry group! Head over there and join us!

Prize Donations shown in this episode:

FO for the #LinenKAL:


Works in progress:

WIP #1: Skua Socks

WIP #2: Sauvabelin Sweater

  • Pattern: Sauvabelin Sweater by Jessica Gore for WOODS

  • Yarn: Lana Rara in Natural


Brooklyn Tweed Loft in Button Jar for the Christmas sweater for my Dad


Shop is currently stocked so if you want a new home for one of your projects, head over to my Etsy Shop!




THANK YOU so much for your positive support of my Patreon! A big shoutout to the new Patrons who joined us last week:

  • Colleen Farley

  • Rheba Smith

If you haven't checked out my new Patreon page now, may I suggest you hop over there and do so? You get immediate access to my 1st Patreon-exclusive video which is all about how to track your income and expenses!


What I've been working on:

  • BETA IG Mini-Class: Still going strong, really excited about it!

  • Making Stories: We're currently finalising the content for WOODS! (Yes, still!)

  • And I have a few coaching spots open because we decided against a full summer vacation. Send me an email to hello@hannalisahaferkamp.com if you're interested in me helping you get your business ready for Christmas!


Becky asked: "I love your podcast the way it is, but I guess I have a creative business Q&A question! You have so many irons in the fire and.. how do you do it?! For years now I've struggled with free-lancing/being self-employed and juggling both my passions and the jobs on top of those I sadly need in order for me to pay the bills. I feel I'm struggling with that now more than ever since EVERYTHING is so much more difficult as a new immigrant and I find I often don't have enough time or energy (seriously, the fatigue!!!) to pursue my passion projects as much as I'd like to. So...I'd love to hear your thoughts on that!”

Watch the episode for my full answer!

Book recommendation:

"The long way to a small angry planet" by Becky Chambers. It's excellent!