The picturesque town of Lerwick sits amidst rolling green hills dotted with hardy sheep and bold, stocky ponies. After a day spent wandering the hills of Shetland, the stone cottages of this coastal town offer a warm and welcoming glow, inviting you to come sit and knit a while. Inspired by the adorable Baa-ble Hat I knit in preparation for Shetland Wool Week, this pattern is our postcard home of our fond memories of Lerwick.
Free Knitting Pattern ~ The official 2015 Shetland Wool Week "Baa-ble Hat" knitting pattern exclusively designed by Wool Week patron Donna Smith. Pattern includes suggested color variations. Shetland Wool Week is a world renowned celebration of Britain’s most northerly native sheeps.
This chart was inspired by Donna Smith’s Baa-ble hat which was produced for Shetland Wool Week. This chart includes two border collies which will need to be duplicate stitched into the hat when completed. The collies were patterned after my own dogs Jennie the dog and Sophie, who both happily herd sheep.
When it comes to starting a new crochet project one of the most fun and sometimes challenging aspect of the project is deciding on the colours to use. That’s where we can help. Every week we will be posting a crochet colour palette of the week matched back to a range of wool stocked here […]