Travels – Part Two

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Only 24 hours after returning from Bournemouth I set off on my next journey. This time all the way to Shetland for Shetland Wool Week. it has been several years since I have travelled alone. Gavin and I, with working together, tend to travel together, so this long journey was a big and important one, proving to myself I was still able to travel alone. And of course I did, and enjoyed the journey very very much. I arrived in Shetland on Sunday 7th October and the action packed week that it was went by in a flash. So here are just a few images to remind me of the great time I had at Shetland Wool Week:

Jen Arnall Culliford teaching pattern writing using my Bubble Stitch Yoke

 

discussing my cardigan!

 

Working hard

 

learning to knit a hap with the lovely Gudrun

 

A tiny tiny hap in progress

 

Ella and Sandra, the lovely ladies of Jamieson and Smith

 

Native and natural organic Shetland wool

 

Beautiful Cockleshell scarf using organic Shetland wool
Kate Davies capturing this incredible black lace shawl by Sue Arthur on display at the Textile Museum

 

How to pick a prize winning fleece

 

A very handsome native Shetland white ram lamb

for now
Ruby xx

P.S. I’m afraid blogger has been very tempremental this evening so I’ve been brief as I have to admit to running out of patience with it!

  1. Felicity Ford
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    Aw I love these souvenirs from your Shetland travels! Thank you for posting them. I especially like the nice ram lamb!!!

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