6 edition of The making of the Shetland landscape found in the catalog.
by J. Donald Publishers, Exclusive distribution in the United States of America and Canada by Humanities Press in Edinburgh, Highlands, NJ, U.S.A
Written in English
|Statement||Susan A. Knox.|
|LC Classifications||HD619.S5 K67 1985|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||x, 255 p. :|
|Number of Pages||255|
|LC Control Number||89127553|
Those interested in different lace traditions will be excited by the collection of specifically-Shetland stitches. And as more knitters want to stretch themselves and learn new techniques, this book will be a useful guide aimed at helping these knitters take their first steps in making a Shetland lace project. This is a really excellent book on the art and craft of Shetland lace. It starts with a history of Shetland lace knitting, then moves into a primer on lace knitting in general -- stitch techniques, how to read a chart, things of that nature/5(21).
RAVEN BLACK, the first of the series, won the CWA Gold Dagger, and was adapted as a radio show in both the UK and Germany. RED BONES was made into a popular TV drama and six more episodes will be broadcast this year by the BBC under the series title SHETLAND. The books have been translated into more than 25 languages. Books in the Series. Shetland, Book 2 By: Ann Cleeves Narrated by: Gordon Griffin The sparse landscape and the emptiness of the sea have bred a fierce and secretive people. As Jimmy looks to the islanders for answers, he finds instead two feuding families whose envy, greed and bitterness have lasted generations. Then there's another murder and, as the spring.
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E-book excerpt This book looks at the evolution of rural settlement in Scotland from the Mesolithic period through to the improving movement of the 18th and 19th centuries.
The main emphasis is on changes in society and technology, but the book also considers how the development of the physical landscape laid the foundation for such changes. Making of the Shetland landscape. Edinburgh: J. Donald Publishers ; Highlands, NJ, U.S.A.: Exclusive distribution in the United States of America and Canada by Humanities Press, © (OCoLC) Document Type: Book: All Authors / Contributors: Susan A Knox.
The Making of the Shetland Landscape Hardcover – 1 Jan. by Susan Knox (Author)Author: Susan Knox. During World War 2, brave Shetlanders and Norwegians operated a fishing vessel between Shetland and occupied Norway. This book is written by David Howarth, who was second in command of the Shetland base, and offers a unique insight into the.
During glacial times, a large amount of water was locked away as ice, making sea levels considerably lower. Only when the ice began to melt s years ago did the seas begin to rise.
Much of Shetland became a flooded landscape as the lower ends of its valleys drowned beneath the rising waters. Numerous sea inlets - the ‘voes’ now. The landscape of Shetland has been sculpted from this diverse geology by rivers, glaciers and the sea over the last few million years.
Major landforms survive from before the Ice Age, notably the great granite whaleback of Ronas Hill. Entitled The Shetland Isles, the book looks at a variety of historical, geographical and cultural aspects of the islands, and is at the same time both scholarly and accessible to the general reader.
With a similar content and equally well written is the publication just titled Shetland in the David and Charles Islands series by local writer James R. Nicolson. The Making of the English Landscape is a book by the English local historian William George Hoskins. It is illustrated with 82 monochrome plates, mostly photographs by Hoskins himself, and 17 maps or plans.
It has appeared in at least 35 editions and reprints in English and other languages. The novel North Star by Hammond Innes is largely set in Shetland and Raman Mundair's book of poetry A Choreographer's Cartography offers a British Asian perspective on the landscape.
The Shetland Quartet by Ann Cleeves, who previously lived in. In A Shetland Landscape () The journey to create this piece of work began about 18 months ago when ceramic artist Kay Aplin and I were awarded a New Collaborations Bursary from a-n to travel to the Shetland Isles to investigate making a collaborative exhibition about landscape in sound and ceramics.
Shetland's 'jigsaw' shape makes the coastline amazingly long - at least 1, miles (2,km). This is a very old landscape.
Although repeatedly flooded by the sea, the basic shape of Shetland has probably changed little for many millions of years. The landscape and the clear, northern light of Shetland have inspired hundreds of artists, from the 19th century illustrator John T Reid - whose volume, ‘Art Rambles in Shetland’ is still in print – to some of the Scottish Colourists in the early 20th century.
In Colours of Shetland, Kate takes you on a northern journey, exploring wild and beautiful island landscapes through words, projects and pictures. Situated in the rich context of the Shetland places, wildlife, objects and people that have inspired Kate, each design in this book has its own engaging ‘colour story’ to tell.
Shetland Islands, group of about islands, fewer than 20 of them inhabited, in Scotland, miles ( km) north of the Scottish mainland, at the northern extremity of the United Kingdom. They constitute the Shetland Islands council area and the historic country of Shetland. Shetland is a Subarctic archipelago located one hundred miles from the top of the Scottish mainland.
The archaeological record suggests there have been small ponies in Shetland for over years. In much of Shetland’s recorded history, these ponies are seen to have played a pivotal role in Shetland lives and landscapes. The Art of Shetland Lace book. Read 3 reviews from the world's largest community for readers.
The authoritative book on the finest of knitting. Technique /5(3). The beginning of the book is 'Essential Techniques': Tools and Equipment, Yarn, The Basics, How to Read a Chart, Edges and Seams, Picking Up stitches, Dealing with Mistakes, Dressing Lace, Designing Shetland Lace, and Putting Motifs s: Ernest Marwick's compilation of Orkney and Shetland tales and traditions is a stand-by book for anyone interested in the Norse culture of our Northern Isles.
All books set in Shetland Islands on the global book map. We found 21 books set in Shetland Islands and 33 others set nearby. Shetland is one of the most stimulating environments to work in, due to the ever changing light and weather.
From mid-summer with nearly 24 hours of day light to the stormy winter Shetland days any time of the year you can make compelling imagery of the wild lands of the Shetland Isles. The Shetland landscape is beautiful, peaceful, isolated and full of history.
It is as important to the story as any of the people. I look forward to the season. I appreciate this type of crime story so much. For me the British deliver the best treatment of a murder mystery.
This is the way to tell this type of story. The fascination endures, I'm happy to say, but it all started with my Auden-inspired reading of WG Hoskins's wonderful book. • A new edition of The Making of the English Landscape .I wanted to use a limited pallet but with a multitude of shades.
I love Jamiesons of Shetland wool for several reasons, it is produced and spun in Shetland and it comes in a truly impressive range of colours. It’s a dream for a knitwear designer passionate about shades - the dyes reflect very well the shades of the Shetland landscape.