Knitting is the third leading industry in the Shetland Isle. This is a knitter paradise; history, sheep, yarn and the beauty of Shetland will cast its spell on you. Meet the locals with their friendly charm they will make you feel right at home.
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Colorful, this type of hat is especially fun to knit because of the frequent color changes and the variety of patterns in one small hat. Though for many, the shaping at the top of the hat often causes some confusion. Read More
Gloves have a rich history. Originally used for hand protection down through the centuries, they have taken on many meanings. They have signified love and devotion, an emblem of high honor, a tenure for by which land and estates were held and transferred. Read More
Now that you have decided to take the plunge into Fair Isle, knitting let’s talk a bit about the best yarn to use. In my opinion, there is nothing better to use for Fair Isle knitting then a Shetland wool. Read More
We have February as Fair Isle Month. Have you ever been curious about Fair Isle knitting? Join us in February to discover the exciting world of Fair Isle. Read More