The Woolly Thistle cover of Shetland Wool Week Annual 2021 featuring a woman wearing gloves with fair isle design on them. Magazine cover text says: Volume Seven Alison Rendall, Amy Gair, Ella Gordon, Gundrun Johnston, Andrea WIlliamson, Wilma Malcolmson, Nicole Coutts, Elizabeth Johnston, Terri Leask, Anne Eunson
The Woolly Thistle image from Shetland Wool Week Annual 2021 featuring a woman wearing knitted vest with fair isle design on it
The Woolly Thistle image from Shetland Wool Week Annual 2021 featuring a woman looking at the ocean wearing knitted scarf
The Woolly Thistle image from Shetland Wool Week Annual 2021 featuring a woman wearing knitted vest with fair isle design on it
The Woolly Thistle image from Shetland Wool Week Annual 2021 featuring a woman sitting by the ocean wearing knitted green shawl
The Woolly Thistle image from Shetland Wool Week Annual 2021 featuring a girl running wearing a knitted sweater dress with fair isle  design

Shetland Wool Week Annual 2021

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It's here! The Shetland Wool Week Annual 2021 edition! This issue is packed with exclusive patterns, fascinating essays, and stunning photography taken on location at Shetland’s magnificent Sumburgh Head Lighthouse.

We are so excited for 12 cozy patterns from leading Shetland knitwear designers, with some pioneering new designers too. Expect vibrant Fair Isle motifs and patterns, subtle, intricate lace, weaving and more.

Patterns include:

  • SWW 2021 Patron Wilma Malcolmson’s ‘Da Crofter’s Kep’
  • Elizabeth Johnston’s ‘Fairag Cardigan’
  • Amy Gair’s ‘Ӧyger Scarf’
  • Andrea Williamson’s ‘Harbour Cowl’
  • Alison Rendall’s ‘Da Meids Mitts’
  • Nicole Coutts’ ‘Sea Swell Snood’
  • Anne Eunson’s ‘Fethaland Shawl’
  • Gudrun Johnston’s ‘Lizzie Pinafore’ (children’s item)
  • Janette Budge’s ‘Sumburgh Light Hat’
  • Terri Leask’s ‘Winter Bonfire Gloves’ 
  • Ella Gordon’s ‘Roosty Tank Top’
  • Wilma Malcolmson’s ‘Gotland Lace Yoke’

Essays:

Get ready for Insightful articles on Shetland Sheep; Shetland’s era of machine knitting; knitting in a time of Covid, and a look at the inspiration behind Gudrun Johnston’s third volume of The Shetland Trader: Heritage. This issue also features a beautiful poem in English and Shetland dialect by Roseanne Watt, this year’s Wool Week model.

A true collector’s edition.

Pages: 140pp

Size: 256 x 204mm

 

 

 

 

 


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