Enjoy a browse through some of the products sold by businesses in the Scottish islands.

All wool

Not everyone sells through isle20 – here are other island businesses selling wool!

Uist Wool

Grimsay, North Uist

We make undyed knitting and weaving yarns spun from local fleece.

Kirkibost Craft Hub

North Uist

Yarn, patterns, craft supplies, knitwear and gifts



I make Dorset Button craft kits, stitch markers, brooches & earrings.
Knitting project, needle and notion bags are made in unique TJFrog Dorset Button fabric.
Wool includes Poll Dorset and rare breeds Dorset Horn & Dorset Down.
Beads, thimbles & cutters.

Jamieson’s Of Shetland


100% Shetland Wool in over 225 colours including all necessary accessories, perfect for Fair Isle Knitting and other Stranded Colour-work.

Isle of Coll Pure Hebridean Wool

Isle of Coll

Rugs, blankets and clothing from our hebridean flock in the Isle of Coll

Island at the Edge


Wool from our sheep. (Ethical wool)
DK, Oiled Aran and 5-ply from our Hebridean and (black and white) Cheviot sheep.
We also sell knitting kits, spinning and weaving equipment and accessories.

Harry’s Hermitage handmade


Crochet accessories, homewares and blankets. Bespoke heirloom quality baby blankets. All made with the best quality yarns, perfect for a gift or to treat yourself.



Hand knitting accessories

The Hebridean Woolshed

South Uist

Yarns (handspun and millspun) made with wool from our own Hebridean sheep and from the sheep of neighbours, and selected fine wools and natural fibres from elsewhere. Hand-knitted or crocheted garments and accessories, hand-woven shawls, scarves and more. Some yarns we used are hand-dyed using natural dyes from wild and cultivated plants grown in Uist, and some dye sources from elsewhere. Everything we sell is either entirely hand-made by us here, or most of the making is by us.

Ascog Wool

Isle of Bute

Knitting wool, woven blankets, hand knitted items from the sheep reared and sheared on Ascog Farm

Isle of Auskerry

Auskerry, Orkney

Hand clipped pure wool products from our native Orkney sheep. Aran and Double knitting yarn weights, balled in four natural colours and our own hand-dyed skeins. We produce original knitting and crochet kits to our designs as well as beautiful rare-breed sheepskins in a range of greys, browns, whites and black. These sheepskins are neither dyed nor bleached; each one is uniquely patterned. Our blankets reflect the island colours and have been made to work well on a single or double bed as well as a throw over sofas and chairs.

The Handspinner Having Fun


Knitting yarns, pattern books,

The Silly Sheep fibre company


Knitting & crochet wool and fibre for felting & spinning from our mixed breed flock of sheep.
We sell yarns in the natural colours and hand dyed in small batches. We also stock pretty beaded knitting needles, Eucalan wool wash & knitting & crochet books.

Caron Crisp Felt Maker


Felt maker based in Orkney overlooking Scapa flow. Specialising in 3 dimensional felt work made almost entirely from local North Ronaldsay and Shetland wool. From life sized hares and puffins to small knotwork plaques, I like to challenge what can be made with 100% wool.




Wool of Many Colours


A unique collection of ethically sourced fair trade products, organic and natural vegan skincare. Rustic and beautiful hebridean wool, as well as, yarns derived from interesting fibres. Colourful and distinctive clothing and of course for those seeking holistic care, incense, oils and much more.

Uist Yarn Studio

Benbecula, Uist

Hand-spun yarn, hand knits, hand weaving, hand-made buttons from a craft-maker studio.

The Hebridean Alpaca Company


We sell alpaca yarn from our herd based on Skye, as well as other beautiful alpaca yarns. In addition, we stock alpaca accessories and pretty gifts. We support Fair Trade.

Aister ‘oo’


Wool from our Croft in Shetland

The Birlinn Yarn Company

Isle of Berneray – North Uist

We sell knitting yarn from sheep bred on crofts in the Uists and bespoke knitting patterns by leading knitwear designers.
Our products, like our own flock of Hebridean sheep, are rare and small in number. Sustainably produced, they glean their aesthetic qualities from the Hebridean landscape and culture.