Shetland Wool Adventures Journal, created and edited by Misa Hay, former editor of 60 North and the Shetland Wool Week Annual, is a celebration of all things Shetland.
A limited collector’s edition – beautifully designed, presented and printed, the magazine features beautiful photography, knitting patterns, walks, interesting stories, interviews, recipes and some personal insights into the lives of the isles’ top knitters and craftspeople. These are just some of the delights awaiting you in this brand new publication. Shetland is a beautiful and inspiring place and the Journal aims to bring a little piece of these magical isles to your home.
Garment photographs taken by Susan Molloy, and are of the garments featured in Volume 4.
Volume 4 knitting patterns :-
Brindister Slipover by Rachel Hunter
Taing Fair Isle by Janette Budge
Lochside Lugwarmer by Ella Gordon
Fireglow Cowl by Wilma Malcolmson
Storm Dennis Fisherman's Kep by Marie Bruhat
Storm Dennis Slipover by Marie Bruhat
Plus articles about knitted underwear, Shetland's knitting past, Susan Molloy's trip to Fair Isle and others, including a preview of recipes in Marian Armitage's forthcoming book celebrating Shetland ingredients.
Volume 1 knitting projects :-
Da Mirknen Mitts by Alison Rendall
Hesti Hat by Ella Gordon
Brough Shawl by Donna Smith
Muckle Roe Gloves by Julie Dennison Find the Kit here
Nighthawk Skull Cap by Wilma Malcolmson Find the Kit here
Storm Dennis Snood by Misa Hay & Marie Bruhat Find the Kit here
Volume 2 knitting projects;-
Atlantic Waves Slipover by Anne Eunson
Up Helly Aa Gansey by Rachel Hunter
Hesti Mitts by Ella Gordon
Nighthawk Slipover by Wilma Malcolmson
Hillside Handwarmers by Barbara Cheyne
Hamar Slipover by Linda Shearer
Volume 3 knitting patterns :-
Culswick Snood by Mary Fraser
Vegar Jumper by Barbara Cheyne
Oyster Gloves by Wilma Malcolmson
Blosta Hat by Amy Gair
Halliara Spencer by Alison Rendell
New Shell Scarf by Barbara Cheyne
Many of the patterns specify Shetland yarns, and we try to make sure we have all the shades mentioned.
Find Jamieson's Spindrift here and Jamieson & Smith 2 Ply Jumper Weight here.
Shropshire Ply DK is a woollen spun yarn that is a good substitute for "sticky" shetland wool and for the Brough Shawl find it here, dyed with plants and our Naturist
By purchasing a copy of the Journal you are supporting Shetland small businesses, creative industries and local tourism.