In this episode, Anne does as deep a dive into Shetland lace as is possible in about 35 minutes of air time. Please pick up one or more of the books below to learn more, and visit the organizations listed to support the preservation of Shetland lace knitting in Shetland.
Links to Things Mentioned in the Show
Visit Island Vista’s Website to learn more about the Makkin Our Way Through Shetland Trips, including the new dates in May and August of 2022. Registration will begin July 6, so please check back.
The UK’s Heritage Crafts Association
Margaret Stuart’s patterns on Ravelry
The Shetland Trader
Anne Eunson on Instagram and Ravelry
Kathleen Anderson on Ravelry
I91 Shop Hop
Organizations that Study and Teach Shetland Lace
Books and Materials Used as Reference in this Episode
A Stitch in Time: Unst’s Fine Lace KnittingUnst Heritage Lace: Recreating Vintage Shetland LaceA Legacy of Shetland Lace, by the Shetland Guild of Spinners, Knitters, Weavers, and Dyers
Heirloom Knitting: A Shetland Lace Pattern & Workbook, by Sharon Miller
The Book of Haps, by Kate Davies and Jen Arnall-Culliford
Victorian Lace Today, by Jane Sowerby
A Shetland Knitter’s Notebook, by Mary Smith and Chris Bunyan
Personal Correspondence with Dr. Carol Christiansen of the Shetland Textile Museum and Archives
The Complete Book of Traditional Knitting, by Rae Compton
A History of Hand Knitting, by Richard Rutt
Shetland Wool Week Annual, 2020
Shetland Wool Week Annual, 2019
Shetland Wool Adventures Journal, Volume 2
The Magic of Shetland Lace Knitting, by Elizabeth Lovick
Magical Shetland Lace Shawls to Knit, by Elizabeth Lovick
Knit New Haven is offering 10% off three hanks of yarn for their Spring Shawl Knit Along.
Morehouse Farm will be hosting an open farm day on October 15, 2021.
Believe it or not, my Wool& dresses kept me from overheating in the 110F heat of Arizona last weekend. Head out on your own summer adventure in wool!