Original Knitting Patterns From Shetland
Welcome to my website, where you'll find a world of Shetland knitting and Fair Isle knitwear!
I'm Hazel Tindall, a lifelong knitter from the Shetland Islands, and I'm thrilled to share my passion with you. Here, you'll find a carefully curated selection of my unique Shetland and Fair Isle knitting patterns, all available for immediate download. From cozy hats and scarves to intricate cardigans and sweaters, there's something for everyone. I've also had the privilege of being able to create two fantastic films, "The Fine Art of Fair Isle Knitting" and "50 Tips from Shetland Knitters" both of which are packed with useful information for knitters of all levels.
So come on in, browse around, and let's explore the world of Shetland knitting and Fair Isle knitwear together!
Download My Films
I have been knitting for over 50 years and in that time, I have developed an efficient technique which has gained me the title of ‘The World’s Fastest Knitter’. I am thrilled to share my two instructional videos - "The Fine Art of Fair Isle Knitting with Shetland's Hazel Tindall" and "50 Tips from Shetland Knitters". Elizabeth Johnston was adviser for the fair isle video, and appears on "50 Tips".
Shetland Knitting Patterns
Discover a world of beautiful and unique Shetland and Fair Isle knitting patterns. From classic designs to modern twists, there's something for every knitting enthusiast. All patterns are available for immediate download, making it easy to get started on your next knitting project.
On my blog you'll find a wealth of information on all things Shetland knitting and Fair Isle knitwear. From behind-the-scenes glimpses of my latest projects to helpful tips and tricks for knitters of all levels, this is the place to be for anyone who loves the art of knitting.
I’m in awe. The tips alone are worth the £5 cost. I don’t think I’ve seen a better neck shape on a stranded garment. Having the 6 colour choices is just the cherry on the cake really.
I think that the most enjoyable few hours knitting I've ever had was the afternoon I spent last Wednesday with Hazel Tindall at the Braewick Cafe.