Volume One published in 2018 includes 15 patterns from wonderful Shetlanders such as Hazel Tindell and Outi Kater. In the foreword to Volume One, Carol Christiansen (Shetland Museum and Archives) notes that:
"Whether you are an old hand at knitting Fair Isle or taking your first steps into the wonderful world of color stranded knitting, there is something [in this book] for you. The written patterns reflect the expert technical skills, design heritage and generous nature of Shetland knitters to share their tradition with you."
Following the huge success of Volume One, the Shetland Guild of Spinners, Knitters, Weavers and Dyers are back with 12 new designs. Patterns range from peerie projects to full size garments and suit a variety of abilities; whether you are just starting out on your journey with traditional colour-work and Shetland wool, or looking for your next challenge in Fair Isle this book will guide and inspire you. As well as showcasing the skills and talents of the featured designers, there is a Q&A section with Guild members and a history of the formation of the Guild and its development over the last 30 years.
- Volume One
- 101 pages
- soft back
- Volume Two
- 111 pages
- Both books are printed in Shetland, Scotland