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neep heid (pronounced neeeep heeeed) is a traditional colourwork tam, worked in my favourite Shetland yarn.

neep heid (pronounced neeeep heeeed) is a traditional colourwork tam, worked in my favourite Shetland yarn.

Made in Scotland. Chain-stitched in the USA. 100% Shetland wool with chain-stitched graphic on back.  This crewneck offers the lightweight warmth and fully-fashioned knit of a traditional Scottish sweater, but it's injected with the athletic verve of a chain-stitched Cross Country logo on the back. Look closely at each of the different colors and you'll find a subtle, complementary undertone in the rich wool yarn. Sophisticated materials and fabrication plus savvy retro aesthetics equ...

Made in Scotland. Chain-stitched in the USA. 100% Shetland wool with chain-stitched graphic on back. This crewneck offers the lightweight warmth and fully-fashioned knit of a traditional Scottish sweater, but it's injected with the athletic verve of a chain-stitched Cross Country logo on the back. Look closely at each of the different colors and you'll find a subtle, complementary undertone in the rich wool yarn. Sophisticated materials and fabrication plus savvy retro aesthetics equ...

neep heid (pronounced neeeep heeeed) is a traditional colourwork tam, worked in my favourite Shetland yarn.

neep heid (pronounced neeeep heeeed) is a traditional colourwork tam, worked in my favourite Shetland yarn.

Knit Real Shetland - print version - Jamieson and Smith, Real Shetland Wool, Fair Isle Knitting, Shetland Wool, Knitting Patterns, Yarn

Knit Real Shetland - print version - Jamieson and Smith, Real Shetland Wool, Fair Isle Knitting, Shetland Wool, Knitting Patterns, Yarn

Fair Isle knitting Shetland yarn(Jamieson & Smith) Sanquhar gloves Euro Japan Trading Co.

Fair Isle knitting Shetland yarn(Jamieson & Smith) Sanquhar gloves Euro Japan Trading Co.

In the remote cluster of rocks in the North Sea, knitting is a deeply ingrained tradition that stretches back for centuries — and persists despite the money that oil and gas have brought to Shetland.

In the remote cluster of rocks in the North Sea, knitting is a deeply ingrained tradition that stretches back for centuries — and persists despite the money that oil and gas have brought to Shetland.

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