The Shetland Trader-Book One is a collection of 10 patterns inspired by the Shetland Islands from designer Gudrun Johnston with photography by Jared Flood.
There is a printed and ebook version of this collection. You will automatically receive the ebook when you purchase the print edition. Scroll to bottom of page to purchase the printed version.
All patterns from the book can now be purchased separately
28.5 (30, 33.25, 36.5, 39.75, 43, 46)” / 72.5 (76, 84.5, 92.5, 101, 109, 117) cm. Shown in 28.5 with 3 inches negative ease.
1110 (1150, 1300, 1450, 1550, 1700, 1860) yards lace-weight yarn.
Suggested yarn: Jaggerspun Zephyr Wool-Silk 2/18 (630 yrds/57g; 50% tussah silk/50% merino wool) shown in “Curry”.
Stitch Markers Cable needle Scrap yarn to hold unused sts
10 (10, 11, 11, 11, 11, 11) ½ inch buttons
26 sts and 34 rows= 4 inches on US 6/4mm in Stockinette St. 30 sts and 34 rows= 4 inches on US 4/3.5mm in Lace pattern. 33 sts and 37 rows= 4 inches on US 4/3.5mm in Stockinette St. Adjust needles size as necessary to obtain correct gauge.
This garment is worked bottom up in once piece dividing at the armholes to work back and fronts separately. After the shoulders are joined stitches are picked up from the armhole and the sleeve cap is shaped using short rows.