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CLEARANCE Shetland Wool Week Annual 2022


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An exciting addition to the 2022 Annual is the inclusion of our Shetland Heritage Patterns: working with the Unst Heritage Centre, Shetland Museum and Donna Smith, we have revived and reinterpreted two distinctly different vintage garments for today’s knitter. We also have two articles to accompany each of these patterns.

We have transitional pieces that can be layered; cosy accessories to snuggle into and lighter items that will be a pleasure to make and wear. We also have something for all those dog lovers, too! There is a good balance of projects from stash busting ideas which include smaller accessories through to bigger, more challenging knits.

Patterns: There are 13 patterns from leading Shetland knitwear designers. Expect vibrant Fair Isle motifs and patterns, subtle, intricate lace, weaving and more.


  • SWW 2022 Patron Linda Shearer’s ‘Bonnie Isle Hat’
  • Donna Smith’s ‘Jemima’s Jumper and Cowl’ – heritage pattern
  • Mati Ventrillon’s ‘Moosidales Hat’
  • Kathleen Anderson’s ‘Da Palm Beach Mitts’
  • Hazel Laurenson’s ‘Merran’s Cardigan’ – heritage pattern
  • Alison Rendall’s ‘Stjarna Smucks’
  • Edina Szeles’ ‘Seaweed Scarf’ (weaving pattern)
  • Wilma Malcolmson’s ‘Ripple Wristlets’
  • Elizabeth Johnston’s ‘Sea Breeze Cardigan’
  • Rachel Hunter’s ‘Ristie Poncho’
  • Ella Gordon’s ‘Sunbeam Dog Coat’
  • Linda Shearer’s ‘Nesbyen Socks’

View the yarn requirements for each pattern. 



  • Two heritage pattern features – on the distinctive Merran’s pattern which originated in Unst in the 1930s; and an interview with Donna Smith on how she gave a contemporary twist to a distinctive monochrome Fair Isle jumper from the Shetland Museum’s collection.
  • An article by Janette Budge on Shetland Flock Book aficionado Anne Doull with photos by Alexa Fitzgibbon
  • A look into the fascinating array of handmade and very individual Shetland ‘dressing’ boards in the Shetland Museum’s collection; beautifully illustrated by local artist Aimee Labourne
  • Textile design researcher, Dr Sarah Dearlove takes a look at the tweed collection and explains how it’s a global story of design ideas, colour experimentation, and cloth quality development