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The Vintage Shetland Project

Susan Crawford, queen of vintage has embarked on a very exciting project. Combining her passion for vintage and love of Shetland knitting, she brings you The Vintage Shetland Project. Susan has lovingly recreated 25 beautiful pieces from the Shetland museum, and they all have a story. These pieces are an amazing combo of different time […]


Interview With Susan Crawford

The following is an interview with GTS’ Designer of the Month, Susan Crawford. I had the pleasure of spending pretty much the entire duration of the Indie Burgh Yarn Crawl with this lovely lady. Learn a wee bit more about her by reading on … Ginger Twist Studio: How did you come to start knitting? […]


Indie Burgh Yarn Crawl: A Reconcilliation

I can say without a doubt that the very first Indie Burgh Yarn Crawl was a magical success. For those of you that came out for a wee tour of Edinburgh’s finest yarn shops on Saturday, thank you very much!! This would not been able to happen without my fabulous volunteers and other yarn shop […]


Designer in Residence for the Yarn Crawl!

The Indie Burgh Yarn Crawl is quickly approaching. Hurrah! And I’m thrilled to confirm that Susan Crawford, the Designer of the Month, will be at GTS on Saturday (for the yarn crawl). She will be bringing along a wee trunk show of her latest yarn on the market, Fenella. This has most recently been featured […]


Designer of the Month: Susan Crawford

I’m very pleased welcome GTS’ Designer of the Month for June 2014: Susan Crawford. This lady is truly theQueen of vintage knitting, and fits right into the shop like a peg. She has been kind enough to loan me some of her samples. Currently on display are Helen and the Springtime Bolero , and the […]


Wool of the Month: Excelana 4ply

Wool of the Month for May is a yarn that really strikes up the band for me. Excelana 4ply is a collaboration between Susan Crawford (the Queen of vintage) and John Arbon Textiles. The result is a squishy and delightful yarn with a bit of a halo in a very very vintage palette. Oooo that […]

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