Knitting from Fair Isle

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A tribute to the colour work traditions of the Shetland Islands by Mato Ventrillon
Mati Ventrillon’s inspiration comes from the technique of creating patterns with multiple colours that was first used by the women of Fair Isle, one of the Shetland Islands, more than two centuries ago.

Her designs, which have featured on the Chanel catwalk, are inspired by tradition but use her own modern interpretation of colour and pattern arrangement. The book includes fisherman jumpers with high, crew and slash necks, a poncho, neck warmer, cowl and long scarf, fingerless gloves and hand and wrist warmers, as well as the traditional fisherman’s hats known as keps.

The patterns demonstrate how to experiment with colour and play with backgrounds. They are accompanied by expert tips on yarns and finishing. Inspirational photography provides a window into life on this most remote of Scottish islands.

Specifications
Origin United Kingdom
ISBN 9780857837486
Published by Hachette
Pages 144
Binding Paperback
Designer Mati Ventrillon
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