This Scottish woman loved Shetland lace so much, she knitted it into a fence for her garden
A Scottish woman named Anne Eunson was so passionate about lace knitting she decided take it to the next level and make a fence for her garden.
The big job required big knitting needles fashioned from curtain rods and strong twine, the same kind used for making fishing nets.
It took her about three weeks to knit a blanket of lace large enough to surround her front garden.
She used a 23-stitch Shetland lace pattern.
Her creation was so popular, the Shetland Textile Museum asked her to make one to display at the museum.