Video about Shetland Fine Lace. Shetland Fine Lace is a unique traditional craft practiced in the Shetland islands by skilled crafts people. The lace is knitted from single ply Shetland yarn which is so fine that you can pull a wedding shawl through a golden ring. This short documentary was commissioned by Shetland Museum and Arcives and produced and directed by Dave Hammond and Karen Emslie
MATERIALS: Yarn 2 skeins Lion Brand Wool Ease Thick-N-Quick - Charcoal Needles US 15 straight needles Notions Tapestry needle Gauge 2 sts = 1" DIRECTIONS: CO 20 sts Thermal Stitch Pattern Row 1: K Row 2: K Row 3: K 2, P 2 Row 4: K 2, P 2 Continue in pattern until scarf is 58" or to desired length. BO and weave in loose ends..