Shetland Wool Week classes still available

There are a limited number of classes still available to book via the Little Box Office. Make sure you don’t miss out!

Basics of Knitting Pattern writing with Outi Kater – Saturday 24th or Tuesday 27th September

Moodboards, Colour and Swatches with Joanna Hunter & Donna Smith – Saturday 24th September

Mittens from Finland with Outi Kater – Thursday 29th September

Taking Inspiration from Vintage Knitwear with Ella Gordon – Thursday 27th September

Mug Warmers with Donna Smith – Sunday 25th or Wednesday 28th September

SWW: Stretch & Breathe – Monday 26th, Wednesday 28th or Friday 30th September

Light up your Lace – Wire Knit lace Lampshade – Monday 26th or Friday 30th September

A Norwegian Challenge – Monday 26th September

Estonian Circular Knitting with Kristi Joeste – Monday 26th September

Knitting the Thumb Gusset with Tori Seierstad – Monday 26th or Wednesday 28th September

Shades of Shetland with Donna Smith – Monday 26th September

Twoend Twined Knitting – Tuesday 27th September

Demonstration of Monk’s Belt Weave Technique with Alicja Tyburska – Monday 26th, Wednesday 28th or Friday 30th September

Dingle Dangle Sheep (CHILDREN’S CLASS) – Monday 26th or Tuesday 27th September

Improvers Spinning Class – Monday 26th September

Woolly Words Folded Book Origami – Monday 26th September

Yoga for Knitters – Tuesday 27th or Thursday 29th September

Design a Knit a Toorie (2 day workshop) – Tuesday 27th September

Fabulous Felt, Wire Knit, Enamel Jewellery with Helen Robertson – Tuesday 27th September

Calculations in Knitwear with Marjolein Reichert – Tuesday 27th or Wednesday 28th September 

Estonian Glove Knitting with Kristi Joeste – Wednesday 28th September

Fair Isle Yoke Tips – Tuesday 27th or Thursday 29th September

Gradient Discovery Day for Spinners – Dyeing and Fleece Preparation – Tuesday 27th September

Lace Shawl Construction – Tuesday 27th September

Explore the Versatility of Organic Wool – Tuesday 27th September

Getting the Perfect Finish with Hazel Tindall – Friday 30th September

Did Shetlanders Knit their own Furniture? – Tuesday 27th September

More is More, Cuffs, Basques and Trims – Tuesday 27th September

Blending Colours of Shetland with Deborah Gray – Wednesday 28th September

Felted Sea Shore, Pebbles and Shells – Wednesday 28th September

The Perfect Finish – Wednesday 28th September 1.30pm or 6.30pm

Beginners’ Drop Spindle Spinning with Deborah Gray – Wednesday 28th September

Ink Block Printing with Wool onto Paper – Wednesday 28th September

Baa Baa Badges (CHILDREN’S WORKSHOP) – Wednesday 28th September 7, 2016

Fair Isle Makes Its Mark – Thursday 29th or Friday 30th September

Dressing Lace – Wednesday 28th September

In Search of Lace, Tweed and Haps: Three Projects – Wednesday 28th September

Cockleshell Lace Scarf for Beginners – Thursday 29th September

Doreen Brown, Shetland Knitwear – Knitting Pattern making for hand and machine knitting – Thursday 29th September

Silk Spinning with a Difference – Thursday 29th September

Baltic Knitting Night – Thursday 29th September

Colours of Shetland and Lace with Anne Eunson – Friday 30th September

Design – the Difficult Part – Friday 30th September

Four Fingers and a Thumb – Friday 30th September

Make a Wooden Needle and a Threading Hook – Friday 30th September

Seaweed Jewellery – Friday 30th September

Wirds in Wirsit – Friday 30th September

The Perfect Picture – Saturday 1st October

3D Wet Felted Vases (2-part workshop) – Saturday 1st October

Sumburgh Bonnet with Linda Shearer and Ina Irvine – Saturday 1st October

Shetland Felted Postcards – Sunday 2nd October

Bressay Lighthouse Class – Crochet with Lizzie Simmons – Tuesday 27th September
Bressay Isle Croft Tour – Tour Around a Shetland Croft with Chris Dyer – Friday 30th September
Bressay Isle Tour – Tour Around the Isle of Bressay – Monday 26th 12 – 2pm or Wedneday 28th September 12 – 2pm
Bressay Lighthouse Exhibition– Monday 26th or Friday 30th September

This year’s HUB will be located at the Shetland Museum & Archives and it will be open from 24 September to 2 October. Opening times are Monday to Saturday 10am – 9pm, (bar service from 6-9pm) and Sunday 10am – 5pm.

Please can we remind everyone to bring their own knitting needles. These will not be provided for every class. Check on the programme and online for further information.

We look forward to seeing you all very soon.
Best wishes from the Shetland Wool Week team