Scattered between the Atlantic Ocean and the North Sea lies a place of rugged splendour and a fascinating fusion of Scottish and Norse culture – the Shetland Islands! The blend of powerful natural landscapes and inimitable crafting techniques give the Shetland Islands a strong identity and heritage. Knitting and textiles have influenced the culture and economy of the islands enormously which makes this beautiful part of the world a yarn lover’s dream! If knitting is your thing, take a look at our top woolly activities in the Shetland Islands!
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Host report by Rob & Rosa Richardson: The Château, for those of you that have yet to visit, is a wonderful historic building – parts of which date back to ...Read more
Our wonderful craft has not been a part of the national curriculum in UK schools since the late 1980’s – although it remained a part of the curriculum in Shetland ...Read more
Below are six hands. For each we will consider how East will call after the following sequences. Again you will see that East’s action depends not only on his own ...Read more