About K2Tog

K2TOG has been created by Scottish theatre company, Stellar Quines and will be hosted by project partners Heart of Hawick. Together we have organised a programme of free events... Read more →

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Scottish Borders

Covering about eighteen hundred square miles, the Scottish Borders stretches from the rolling hills and moorland in the west...

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Your Stories

K2TOG is not just for knitters in the Scottish Borders. We would love knitters the world over to take part and share what knitting means to you. The Share Your Story section of this website is the place for anyone, anywhere to share your knitting secrets. It might be the story of who taught you to knit, confessing your unfinished knitting projects, revealing your favourite knitting pattern or telling us a snippet of the folklore, traditions and histories intertwined with knitting.

Stephanie’s Story

Knitwear – The Timeless Trend One evening my mother came home from work with a gift from her colleague, who also...

Hazel’s Story

I grew up in Shetland and started knitting before I could read and write, and have been knitting ever since. My first...

Joyce’s Story

My Knitted Square I have chosen my favourite colour, green, to knit my little square, And tucked inside, are bits and...

Gillian’s Story

I am the daughter of a very proficient knitter – her name is Jennifer and her story is on this site. I started to...

Sylvia’s Story

My mum was a plain knitter. A plain baker. And a plain cook. But a wonderful mother, intelligent, caring, and...

Torya’s Story

My mum taught me to knit when I was four, and after making a few wonky garter stitch scarves for my teddy bears, I...

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Stellar Quines Theatre CompanyHeritage Lottery FundedHeart of Hawick