Sheep and Woolly Resources
A collection of jumpers and knitwear:
Older wool pictures...
24-May-2003: I wasn't sure whether to put this one into wool or sheep
but it seems to fit here better somehow. Well, if you don't
love these trousers the cat
02-Apr-2003: Kelly here, actually looking like she needs this and
wearing one of the finest
stripey jumpers we have seen on here for a long time!
Come all you lot...
All aboard the Wool Train!
Buffy has excellent taste in woollens, she is snapped here in a lovely
green jumper, presumably designed to
blend in well.
It is a little known fact that a good pair of
striped woolly gloves can protect
people against many evils, but not British Food.
I love this but I wouldn't know what to
I can't remember who she is either, my mind is going I swear.
This little Wool Shop in Oxford shop was so amazing, it warranted
three pictures so here you go...
It's cold in Finland so there's lots of wool to be found. Here's a
fine example and to show it's not
just a fashion statement,
in a local village today. At least it didn't come from Tesco!
My Tesco magazine arrived last week and it was
full of wool! Well done to
Tescos for not bowing to fashion or good taste and coming out with this
wonderful woollen range.
I found these two at the car boot sale today, I bought them home and named
Steve. Alas, they started to row
so they have had to be separated now, but they were
happy together for
Amy has been trying to get on this page for years, she's finally made
the grade with this one,
knitted by her Gran. Nice cherries
Caught on our surveillence cameras, it's the
Paddock Raider. - We also got a
Oh dear, the Paddock Raider has been inviting her friends round
and this one looks
a tad scary. - Again, we got a
daytime shot. (Wow! we are good).
This one is obviously worn by a great
wool fan - In fact, she even wears
wool to work!
In Iceland, you have to wear very long
coats - It's a shame they aren't more colourfull!
I have no idea at all who this is (wonder if anyone does) but I
love the co-ordination. If the orange
thing isn't wool, I don't care because I still like the pic, maybe she is
wearing woolly undies?
Modern woollen suits are definately
made to stretch. Good job too!
Always good to brighten up an office - People should have to
wear jumpers like this all the time.
You can't see much of the wool, but I love the way that this top has
been made to match Marianne's eyes.
I love this one, it's only a wee picture but I am told there are
lots of jumpers underneath this one.
Sofie and her amazing technicolour
I am sure they must wear wool, but even if these were 100% man made
I would still leave the picture here just so that non British people can
laugh at Morris Dancers too.
I suspect this isn't wool... But erm, well, you will understand
that I had to put it on this page.
It probably isn't fair to also include
this picture for comparison, is it?
This one is lovely and I am promised that it is wool!
Lucky bloody cat.
I am sure it took a lot of guts to wear
this jumper in this formal picture.
I stole this picture from Amy's collection - She was deliberately
hiding away this jumper picture. Why
don't I have friends with cool purple jumpers like this!?
Occasionally if you keep an eye on enough odd webcams, you will
catch the occasional stray jumper.
Maybe wearing those glasses
this grey jumper looks more colourfull... Hope so!
I love this stripey thing. I am not sure what
exactly it is but it's definately colourfull!
I am sure it's more usual to have blonde hair and a red jumper but
hey, this works too...
Our old human mascot, Kerry in our prizewinning woolen!
Hail to the chief of taste!
This jumper and this one
go together to make
Shetland Knitwear Associates our Mecca!
Tully, together making a perfect IRC knitwear couple.
Not a jumper, but this is... amazing.
Duncan is wearing his jumper, and hell! He's proud to be! (Note also the matching socks, thanks Simon for spotting them!)
I caught this one in John O'Groats, it was too good to pass up.
Fruitbat, modelling a particually nice pink number.
Magee, in this lovely one she knitted herself, and
again celebrating its full glory!
To show my dedication to the cause, your host models some of his own...
Me, in one of my old favourites, and,
it's not a jumper, but it is a wonderful cotton shirt.
- The jumper I was wearing above was obviously very popular,
Rob here, models it as well.
I have a feeling this one isn't really wool,
but what the hell, something this bad deserves a place.
It's not so much the jumper, but the accessories.
He claims this to be polyester, but on the offchance he is lying, here it is anyway.
They make jumpers from munchkin to XXL these days!
The red hair on this one, really sets off this beautiful cream, chunky jumper.
Aaaaa, what it is to be young and tiptoeing throug
the tulips... She promised me this dress is wool.
(Here's another, since it is quite sweet).
Even multi-billionaires like Bill Gates wear
woolly jumpers - I bought this book and CD because I think Bill is a clever
bloke, an opinion I still hold even though I haven't been able to use this
CD since it won't run on Windows NT. Still, the woolly Jumper is nice.
- To prove that Demon Internet have style too,
here's Dave Williams, showing off a beautiful blue number.
Even on pervy pictures like this you see the
occasional gem of a knitted garment, and in this case, some lovely matching
socks too. Late news here, we found another one.
What style that chap has!
- Jim, seen here modeling one he knit himself,
with my rather nice Land Rover in the background (give it back, whoever
- Lucy in a Benneton Cardigan. Another
one as well in even more wool.
- This isn't a jumper, and it isn't wool, but
something this garish can feel at home here!
- Hummm, this one could be proof that jumper wearing
- Edd the duck wore some gorgeous knitwear!
- Here we see Lauren in a lovely jumper and,
whilst we are at it, a rather nice shirt underneath.
- This V necked jumper and
this Arran jumper (thanks Maggie, for spotting that it wasn't a Shetland
as stated) both win special awards for service above and
beyond the normal course of duty.
This lovely picture is a celebration of wool,
and the model is available for modeling work - here's
another and yet another showing she truly
likes her wool. Much as I would like to put a link to her page, I can't
because of the rating of this page (sorry Amethyst!) but if you are
interested, I can pass mail on.
- Here's Clare modeling a lovely 'worn look' pink
number, available with or without the wee stains.
- It's probably horrible and smelly, but this is a
lovely, traditional and very saggy jumper.
- A fluffy puppy and
a lovely red jumper, what a picture!
- Professor Mick Aston, one of the archeologists from Channel-4's
Time Team has done much for fashion with this amazing
- Toni Braxton, in a very cunning lime disguise.
- Saggy sent me this picture of two lovely jumpers.
Aren't they just dandy?
- It's all the rage now... Even TY Teddies come in a range of
stylish woollen wear.
- Even though Australia is hot Libby, from Neighbours
still gets to wear the occasional wooly cardie (and another on its way soon!).
- Cyberstars like Adam are often
seen sporting fashionable grey cardies.
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