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Some uniforms from New ZealandRead MoreDecember 3, 2016

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There are two very good exhibitions on in NZ at the moment - one in Auckland and one in Christchurch.

Twenty years agoRead MoreDecember 3, 2016

In January 1996, the Shetland Times produced the fourth article in a series looking at The Folk of the islands.

Shetland in DecemberRead MoreDecember 3, 2016

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December is upon us and already it has been an exciting month!

A New Zealand sojournRead MoreDecember 3, 2016

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Hello, dear readers. We are back from our New Zealand holiday, full of enthusiasm and energy. It is good to be back with you. In the immortal words of school, "here is what we did on our holidays".

A mashup of newsRead MoreOctober 22, 2016

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It has been an exciting week with all sorts of things going on. Here is our news...

Weaving with paperRead MoreOctober 15, 2016

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Australian based artist, Gunjan Aylawadi, uses rolled up paper to weave intricate sculptures.

Mana MorimotoRead MoreOctober 15, 2016

The Japanese artist, Mana Morimoto, (MNMRMT for short) used embroidery threads to make art pieces out of found images and postcards.

Wool fights backRead MoreOctober 15, 2016

OK. I know this article is all about merino and that we love and use Shetland wool, but it is interesting reading nevertheless...

14500 year old cave etchingsRead MoreOctober 15, 2016

A town on the Iberian Peninsula has suddenly become quite famous. Cave etchings discovered in May this year have been confirmed as the 'most spectacular' in this area.

Lives in Oo with Kate DaviesRead MoreOctober 15, 2016

People who knit will know Kate Davies and this week, Tom, Kate's partner, came up to the studio to speak with us and take some photos for his new project, Lives in Oo.