Journal of Scottish Yarns - Vol.3
Journal of Scottish Yarns - Vol.3
Journal of Scottish Yarns - Vol.3
Journal of Scottish Yarns - Vol.3
Journal of Scottish Yarns - Vol.3
Journal of Scottish Yarns - Vol.3
Journal of Scottish Yarns - Vol.3
Journal of Scottish Yarns - Vol.3
Journal of Scottish Yarns - Vol.3
Journal of Scottish Yarns - Vol.3
Journal of Scottish Yarns - Vol.3
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Journal of Scottish Yarns - Vol.3

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Articles:

  • Shepherdess and artist Meg Rodger of The Birlinn Yarn Company is inspired by past and present in the Outer Hebrides
  • Two makers, Jeni Reid and Lynne Hocking, are inspired by linen with results that are both worlds apart and close to home
  • History of Linen in Scotland: Second only to agriculture, linen production was the major Scottish industry in the 18th Century
  • From exhibitions to walks and dolls, exploring heritage and developing links between art, design and Scotland’s linen industry today
  • Designer Ange Sewell, of Weft Blown, weaving her own path in West Kilbride
  • How a collaboration based on friendship and diverse businesses led to new yarn range, Bearford Originals
  • Seed.Ed project: Hands on engagement with flax at Edinburgh College of Art
  • A reflection on materials and creativity by artist Gaelle Chassery

 

Patterns:

Knitting:

  1. Thonnan Top with 3 sleeve options by Katt Weaver, Heather and Hops, using Nervus Fibre Alpaca Lace and a DK weight yarn
  2. Seeded Fern Wrap by Meg Rodger using her own Hebridean and Cheviot wool from The Birlinn Yarn Company
  3. Lèana 2-colour brioche shawl by Samira Hill, Eildon Hills Designs, using Cookston Crafts Fingering / 4 ply
  4. Carstramon Top by Maddie Harvey Designs using Ginger’s Hand Dyed Sweet Flax 4 ply
  5. Sea Pink Top, a knitted yoked top by Solveigh Lass-Evans using her own Iolair Yarn Easdale DK
  6. Robach Shawl by Alison Mayne, Knitrospective, using The Woolchemist yarn in 2 textures

 

Crochet:

  1. Machair Tank Top by Merrian Holland, Mezzacraft. using Zakami Yarns Alpaca Fingering
  2. Twine Bag by Merrian Holland, Mezzacraft, using Nutscene Twine
  3. Dunnet Head Hap by Fay Dashper-Hughes, using The Border Mill North Coast 4 ply

 

Other:

  1. Magnolia Cowl from woven pin loom square by Ange Sewell, Weft Blown, using West Yorkshire Spinners The Croft DK