Shetland wool week
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Fantastic events all week. Gudrun and I dropped into the Shetland Museum and watched Linda demonstrate Fair Isle Knitting using a knitting belt. She brought along some baby hats from her collection. The one on the right was worn my her mum in the 30’s and Linda wore it when she was a teenager, and […]
Cathy Bourner saved to 4 Mittens and Socks
Shetland Wool Week Knitting Pattern, Knitting, Free
Joan Carpenter saved to Hats
Yeah, we're not at Shetland Wool Week either. Let's go on a virtual trip.
The Shetland Wool Week patron for 2020 has been named today as Shetland knitwear designer, Wilma Malcolmson, who is internationally renowned for her skilfully blended Fair Isle knitwear. The much-anticipated annual hat pattern, which is now synonymous with the launch of the patron has also been released. This year’s official hat, designed by Wilma, is called ‘Katie’s Kep’.
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Shetland Wool Week Textile Holidays, classes
Cuba Lewis saved to My Wishlist
Hello everyone, can you believe Shetland Wool Week is nearly upon us yet again? We are trying to get organised here but you can hardly believe that this is the 10th Shetland Wool Week, every year t…
Willy Post saved to Shetland
Shetland Wool Week Blog, Content, Pictures
After the Wild Wool workshop it was a quick dash back into Lerwick for the Many Strands Make Interesting Yarns lecture from Felicity Ford and Tom van Deijnen about their collaborative work, followed by a workshop with the most intriguing title of Aleatoric Fair Isle. Aleatoricism is the creation of art by chance, exploiting the principle of randomness. Here are some of the samples Tom and Felicity have produced using their aleatoric method. Now I have so say some of them work very well as…
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