Cover of the Shetland Wool Week Annual 2022 Volume 8 shows woman wearing drapey cardigan in shades of blue.
One of the patterns in Shetland Wool Week 2022 - Close up of open front draped cardigan knit in shades of blue.
Shetland Wool Week Annual 2022
Shetland Wool Week Annual 2022
Shetland Wool Week Annual 2022
Shetland Wool Week Annual 2022
Shetland Wool Week Annual 2022
Shetland Wool Week Annual 2022

Shetland Wool Week Annual 2022

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The Shetland Wool Week Annual is a true celebration of creativity, crofting and textiles heritage as well as a showcase of the versatility of Shetland wool in all its different hues. The stunning photography captures the essence of the islands and gives us such woolly wonderlust.

This volume includes 13 patterns from 11 designers which include Fair Isle, lace and weaving in a glorious selection of color, all using Shetland wool. In the patterns, you'll find a good balance of projects from stash busting ideas which include smaller accessories through to bigger, more challenging knits. 

Patterns include: 

  • Seabreeze Cardigan by Elizabeth Johnston
  • Nesyen Socks by Linda Shearer
  • Moosidales Hat by Mati Ventrillon
  • Ripple Wristlets by Wilma Malcolmson
  • Ristie Poncho by Rachel Hunter
  • Sunbeam Dog Coat by Ella Gordon
  • Stjarna Smucks by Alison Rendall
  • Bonnie Isle Hat by Linda Shearer
  • Palm Beach Mitts by Kathleen Anderson
  • Seaweed Scarf (weaving pattern) by Edna Szeles 


  • An article by Janette Budge on Shetland Flock Book aficionado Anne Doull with photos by Alexa Fitzgibbon
  • A look into the fascinating array of handmade and very individual Shetland ‘dressing’ boards in the Shetland Museum’s collection; beautifully illustrated by local artist Aimee Labourne
  • Textile design researcher, Dr Sarah Dearlove takes a look at the tweed collection and explains how it’s a global story of design ideas, color experimentation, and cloth quality development

Something special – Shetland Heritage Patterns

The publication includes two heritage patterns! Working with the Unst Heritage Centre, Shetland Museum and Donna Smith, they have revived and reinterpreted two distinctly different vintage garments for today’s knitter. We are so excited for these two wearable pieces: Merran’s Cardigan and Jemima’s Jumper and Cowl are a celebration of Shetland lace and Fair Isle knitting respectively.

Preorder your copy of this collector's edition now! 

Pages: 152 pages

Size: 8 inches x 10 inches





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