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Knitting the Herring

The history, uses, creativity and traditions held within fisherman’s ganseys and incorporating SHOAL, an artwork created by knitters from across Scotland and beyond.

Knit and Natter
Thursday, 27th January 2022 7:00 PM

Our informal, online get-together for all things woolly and wonderful!

Are you interested in knitting, ganseys and want to meet for a knit and a natter? Join us on Zoom for a friendly get together to share your knitting projects, ask questions and enjoy a gansey gaggle!

After the Christmas festivities it’s time to unwind so make a cup of tea, pull up a chair and join us on the 27th of January at 7pm (GMT).

Special Guests: We will be joined by Astrid Adams and Janice Snowball to talk to us about the Williams Gansey Project!

Contact jen@scotfishmuseum.org for more information and the Zoom details to join.

More information on knitting and fishing at https://scottishgansey.org.uk/. Knitters of all abilities welcome.

We look forward to seeing you!

Knit and Natter - 24th February 2022
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