Scotland is one of the greatest small countries in the world. Now you can have your very own miniature woolly version to celebrate Scotland in all its glory. With Robert Burns as a knitted National Bard, Braveheart William Wallace, Billy Connolly, Andy Murray, Nessie, a Scotty dog, a knitted Saltire flag, and much much more! Knit Your Own Scotland is a unique and beautiful collection of iconic symbols from Scotland. There's even a Scotch pie or some shortbread if you're feeling hungry. All knitted, of course.
Published: 31st October 2012
Format: Paperback 201x205mm
Extent: 64 pages
Jackie Holt has worked as a costume maker and a wardrobe supervisor in numerous theatres around Britain. She has worked in a freelance capacity on anything from small scale touring shows for companies like Red Shift to supervising large scale musicals, such as 125th Street at the Shaftesbury Theatre in the West End and the sell-out 20th Anniversary concert of Sondheim�s Sweeney Todd at the Royal Festival Hall. Living in Edinburgh for the past 20 years, Jackie has worked for the Traverse Theatre and The Royal Lyceum Theatre and prominently amongst her recent work has been working on The Secret Garden and The King and I at the Festival Theatre.
Ruth Bailey was born and brought up in Thurso, Caithness. After gaining a postgraduate degree in painting from Edinburgh College of Art she went on to self train as a milliner. She currently works freelance as an artist, costume designer and prop maker for theatre and business. Amongst others, Ruth has carried out work for The Royal Lyceum,The Festival Theatre, The Royal Commonwealth Games, The Metro Centre, Tyneside, Macsween of Edinburgh (giant haggis!) and Muscular Dystrophy U.K. She lives in Edinburgh with her partner, daughter and an axolotl.
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