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    Cherish by Marie Wallin


    This beautiful book from Marie wallin displays a range of gorgeous fair isle and cabled designs.

  • Jamieson’s and Smith Shetland Heritage


    Shetland Heritage recreates the characteristic look of the handspun yarn seen in the collection of the Shetland museum. The small colour range is directly inspired by those found in garments from the 19th century.

    This worsted spun yarn has a wonderfully smooth texture, like knitting with butter. it is a lace weight yarn and can be used for either fair isle or lace knitting. It gives any project a traditional feel.

    25g balls: 121m/132yds


  • Marie Wallin Aran Book


    This new book from Marie Wallin features a range of fair ilse and cabled patterns in her signiture style in her new aran yarn making them the perfect cosy knits for the autumn. All patterns are in her new british breeds aran yarn but can be knitted in her original yarn if held double. If…

  • Marie Wallin Britsh Breeds Aran


    This delightful new yarn from marie wallin is the same fibre composition as the original british breeds yarn. It is exactly twice as thick as the original. Designed for cabling and fair ilse projects where a heavier fabric is desired. Made of 4 different british sheep breeds, Bluefaced Leicester, Devon Exmoor, Romney and Zwartbles. British…

  • Westmoorland by Marie Wallin


    This beautiful new book from Marie Wallin includes patterns for both men and women. The patterns display a mix of techniques including fair isle and cable knitting.