Includes an interview with Julie Rutter of Black Isle Yarns.
If it wasn’t for knitting, it’s likely Shetland would still be on my list of places to visit one day . . . Instead with my rekindled love of knitting, in 2012 I flew to Shetland for a 4 day visit for Shetland Wool Week. Little did I know quite what an impression Shetland – […]
Includes interview with Adam Robertson of Kalopsia, Edinburgh.
Includes an interview with Solii Brodie of BeFab Be Creative.
Includes an interview with Kirsty of Shilasdair, Skye post Make:Wool
Includes an interview with Helen Birmingham of Untangled Threads.
Includes an interview with Jo Royle of Skye Meditation & Brave Souls
Includes an interview with Jaime Jennings & Amber Cocoran owners of Fancy Tiger Crafts.
Includes interview with Yasmin from Island at the Edge
Includes four sound bites recorded on the last day of the festival
Includes interview with Sally Algarve from On The Croft (Pt1)
Last October I went to Shetland, my third visit for Shetland Wool Week and three years since I last took in this amazing event. Many of you may know the Crofthoose Hat pattern designed by Ella Gordon, the elected patron for Shetland Wool Week 2016. Offered as a free pattern this is a fantastic way to get knitters involved […]
Over the past few months Skye Pie Cafe has appeared in my social media feeds a few times and left me wanting to share in the experience. Opening for 4 days in December we fixed the date in the diary and popped along to sample the pies! Glenview is home to rooms, a gallery and the Skye […]
Earlier this year, Anna McDowell of Henry’s Buttons set a challenge to bring the Singleton Dorset Button into the 21st Century. This involved making a Singleton button using traditional methods on a 25mm ring with a free reign for the decoration on top. The whole button had to be no more than 30mm in height. All buttons […]
Workshop and event tickets for the 2014 Shetland Wool Week, 4 – 12 October, went on sale today! For the last two years I have been extremely fortunate to go to Shetland Wool Week, although sadly this year I will have to give it a miss. Despite this I have still been spending time exploring […]