There is a very distinct Shetland flavour to this episode as I get excited for wool week. I also have a review of the Shetland Wool Week Annual and of Hazel Tindall’s wonderful DVD The Fine Art of Fair Isle Knitting and I have some news of Shetland knitting based trips if you can’t make it to wool week this year.
I always tell you to grab a drink along with your WIP, but today you need to get your nicest china out and grab a cake, biscuit or sweet treat of your choice because today Jess James and Clare Devine are coming over to KnitBritish for a tea party to celebrate their Tea Collection hat pattern bonanza!
in my third snapshot of hap designs, we look at how the traditional notion of the hap shawl has been used as inspiration for a new, fresh approach. Today’s haps are by Kate Davies.
This week’s snapshot of hap inspirations comes from the creative geniuses at Brooklyn Tweed
The HapAlong is coming up in April and its time to get inspired. Today’s inspiration is via Gudrun Johnston, the Shetland Trader
what is a hap?
Just when you thought the Edinburgh Yarn Festival couldn’t get any better there is a Golden Skein yarn club announced!
Today I have Linda Gunner, aka Coach House Yarns around to talk about creative inspirations and playing post offices!