A Truly Authentic

Shetland Experience

Join us on an unforgettable journey to discover Shetland and our unique textile heritage. 

Our tours are designed to give you an insight into Shetland’s knitting traditions and local textile industry.

The trips provide local knowledge and history as well as excellent learning opportunities in knitting from local expert tutors. 

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Our Tours

Knitting in
Shetland

Join us on an unforgettable journey to discover Shetland and our unique textile heritage. Our tours are designed to give you an insight into Shetland’s knitting traditions and local textile industry.

Knitting and
Hiking

This tour includes a combination of some of the finest coastal walks in Shetland with a local guide and knitting classes led by expert local tutors. It truly is a great opportunity to explore Shetland in an authentic way and relaxed pace.

Bespoke Tours

​Bespoke tours can be designed and tailored to suit your requirements and your budget. See Shetland like a local on our immersive programme with local tour guides, tutors and experts.

Your Shetland Wool Adventure starts here.

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10 Favourite Shetland Knitting Books

by Hayley Anderton This is not meant as a definitive list, or even a best of list, rather these are ten books that I’ve collected over the years, refer to consistently, and want to celebrate a bit. There are new books in the offing from Mati Ventrillon (Knitting from Fair Isle) this autumn, Gudrun Johnston […]

Postcards from Shetland – Ronas Hill

You know that feeling you get after a good long walk, like your body and mind are completely refreshed and recharged? It’s not news that nature is good for us, but sometimes especially when things are busy, it’s easy to forget. I have been enjoying a newly-found routine of being focused and working hard throughout the […]

10 Favourite Books about Shetland

by Hayley Anderton My list of favourite books that are specifically about Shetland are an odd bunch, it’s a place that often crops up as part of a journey but is more rarely the sole focus. This starts with The Orkneyinga Saga. Written in the early 13th century when Shetland and Orkney were Norse possessions […]

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