Sulaire Video Class Kit
Small (ex. picot edging) – Length at centre point 60 cm. Width across top 115cm.
Medium (ex. picot edging) – Length at centre point 78 cm. Width across top 125cm.
Large (ex. picot edging) – Length at centre point 91cm. Width across top 152cm.
The Sulaire Video Class Kit includes online access to 43 mins of detailed video tutorials, a colour-printed patterncard with full instructions, and all the Alice Starmore Hebridean 2 Ply yarn required to make the Sulaire Shawl in your chosen colour and size. The online video tutorials cover all the key points of the design. This project requires a basic knowledge of knit and purl stitches.
The Sulaire can be made in any of our available Hebridean 2 Ply colours. Needles are not included in this kit, you will require 1 pair of 40cm-long 4mm needles.
Once your Sulaire kit has been dispatched you will recieve an email with a username and password for our steek dot scot video tutorial website. You can use your personal login information to access a detailed Video Class showing key points in the making and finishing of a Sulaire Shawl. If you are buying this as a gift please get in touch with us beforehand as classes are linked directly to your order details.
£49.00 – £67.00
The Sulaire shawl is the first of my Hiort Project designs and is a simple celebration of both the wildlife and the women of Hiort.
The women of Hiort always wore shawls: worn as a headscarf, they were of vital importance for keeping their hair from impairing their vision as they worked, and indeed, all Hebridean wore them as protection against the wind. They were generally worn around the shoulders for extra warmth on still days and when indoors. They were also the most individual of garments worn by women; being of simple construction it was easy to add a decorative or colourful touch to otherwise plain and uniform clothing.
My Sulaire (solan goose or gannet) pattern of birds flying in a dynamic formation was the perfect design to decorate the shawl. The combination of strong graphic lines and the feather-lightness of the openwork echoes the the shape of the birds themselves, the sharp lines of their towering clifftop habitat, and the powerful grace of the people who traversed these near-impossible heights.
The shawl is a timeless and very versatile design. Choose from three sizes and whichever colour of Hebridean 2 Ply suits your favourite outfit.