Credits

Acknowledgement of Third-Party Content

We are are grateful to third-party providers and to our partners for permission to use a number of the images, logos and other media shown on this website.

We acknowledge the copyright of the respective owners to these and all images and other media content shown on this website, and we make every effort not to infringe copyright. You may not republish, copy, modify, distribute or broadcast any of the content on this website, including the photographs, audio files and all other content, without the prior written permission of the copyright holder.

If we have made a mistake in using any third-party content, please contact us and the relevant content will be removed from this site immediately.

Credit for Third-Party Content

In particular, we wish to acknowledge:

  • Photograph of knitters in their home is from the collection of the Shetland Museum and Archives is copyright of the Shetland Amenity Trust and used with kind permission.
  • Photographs of items from the collection of National Museums Scotland are copyright of National Museums Scotland and used with kind permission.
  • Photographs of items from the collection of the Scottish Fisheries Museum are copyright of Scottish Fisheries Museum Trust and used with kind permission.
  • Photographs of items from the collection of the Shetland Museum and Archives are copyright of Shetland Amenity Trust and used with kind permission.
  • Photograph of Margaret Klein is copyright of Peter Waugh. Every attempt has been made to contact copyright holders to use the image of Margaret Klein on this webpage.
  • Photograph of windows in the Gilbert Scott building is copyright of Susan McComb and used with kind permission.
  • Photographs of University of Glasgow knitting classes and knitted patterns are copyright of individual project team members and University of Glasgow, and are used with kind permission.
  • Photographs of personal hand knitting projects and family history are copyright of individual project team members and are used with kind permission.