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Shetland Wool Adventure Journal Volume 4

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Shetland Wool Adventure Journal Volume 4

Experience life in Shetland through beautiful photography and stories from some of the isles’ best writers, knitters and craftspeople.

The Shetland Wool Adventures Journal celebrates Shetland’s heritage, creativity, outdoors and adventure and allows you to escape and immerse yourself in Shetland’s rugged beauty through high quality photography, walks, stories, interviews and recipes.

In volume four we travel to Fair Isle, home of Fair Isle Knitting, and meet some of the talented knitters and entrepreneurs and there’s also a brilliant interview with Oliver Henry of Jamieson & Smith. But we’ll also learn about the harsh reality of Shetland’s historic knitting industry in a brilliant and thought provoking piece by Laurie Goodlad.

As always you can look forward to beautiful photography, six knitting patterns by local designers, features, interviews, walks, book reviews, recipes and much more.

All photography by Susan Molloy

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Shetland Wool Adventure Journal Volume 4

Experience life in Shetland through beautiful photography and stories from some of the isles’ best writers, knitters and craftspeople.

The Shetland Wool Adventures Journal celebrates Shetland’s heritage, creativity, outdoors and adventure and allows you to escape and immerse yourself in Shetland’s rugged beauty through high quality photography, walks, stories, interviews and recipes.

In volume four we travel to Fair Isle, home of Fair Isle Knitting, and meet some of the talented knitters and entrepreneurs and there’s also a brilliant interview with Oliver Henry of Jamieson & Smith. But we’ll also learn about the harsh reality of Shetland’s historic knitting industry in a brilliant and thought provoking piece by Laurie Goodlad.

As always you can look forward to beautiful photography, six knitting patterns by local designers, features, interviews, walks, book reviews, recipes and much more.

All photography by Susan Molloy

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