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Download Icelandic Handknits: 25 Heirloom Techniques and Projects by Helene Magnusson PDF

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By Helene Magnusson

Icelandic Handknits: 25 Heirloom recommendations and Projects is a wealthy and sundry selection of styles for people mittens, socks, scarves, hats, wrist heaters, sweaters, shoe inserts, and extra, all encouraged by way of conventional handknitted artifacts from the cloth Museum in Blönduós, Iceland. Iceland boasts a wealthy background of knitting; thank you in equivalent elements to the island’s exact wool, the tough weather, and the necessity to conflict the weather, Icelandic knitters have built particular traditions of needlework concepts and handknit kinds. within the pages of this e-book, well known Icelandic knitwear dressmaker Hélène Magnùsson provides an array of lovely styles that replicate the intensity of the country’sknitting traditions. You’ll get pleasure from the totally illustrated thoughts part, the abundant colour pictures, and the particular checklist of assets for Icelandic and Scandinavian knitting. greater than only a publication of knitting, this publication is infused with bits of Icelandic folklore and tradition, classic pictures, and vintage Icelandic recipes. Magnùsson believes that how you can defend traditions is to proceed utilizing them, giving them new lifestyles. And with this definitive selection of styles, she has performed simply that.

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Despite its jewelrylike appearance, the band still provides warmth when wrapped around the wrist. It also doubles as a lovely hair band thanks to a clever I-cord design. The motif is inspired by the names and motifs inscribed on the tablet-woven bands in the Textile Museum collection. You can customize your band with the name of its intended recipient and use the little motifs to fill up the band. I’ve provided an alphabet, taken from an Icelandic pattern manuscript (called Sjónabók) from the seventeenth century.

Work motif band in the rnd: first chart A (corner st, yoke sts and other corner st), then left edge (Chart B1), the 5 extra sts, and finally right edge (Chart B2). Chart A: Work right corner sts, then work yoke sts between appropriate marks according to size [central motif is repeated 2, 2, (2, 2, 2), 3, 3, 3 times], work left corner sts. Chart B1: Work a complete motif of 48 sts, then rep for X sts (X = number of picked-up sts at edge minus 48). Chart B2: Start working motif after Y sts (Y = 48 – X): Work last X sts of motif then work a complete 48 sts motif.

5, 47), 47, 47, 47cm, or when reaching desired length, knit to 4, 4, (4, 4, 4), 4, 5, 5 sts before EOR and place next 8, 8, (8, 9, 9), 9, 10, 11 underarm sts on a st holder or length of yarn—38, 40, (42, 44, 46), 50, 52, 54 sts. Break off a good length of yarn later used to graft the underarms. Set sleeve aside and knit the 2nd sleeve the same way. 5mm) needle, CO 139, 147, (161, 173, 179), 191, 205, 211 sts. Work broken rib for 18, 18, (20, 20, 20), 20, 20, 20 rows. Next rnd: K45, 49, (54, 58, 61), 65, 70, 73 sts, *k2tog* 25, 25, (27, 29, 29), 31, 33, 33 times, knit rem sts to EOR—114, 122, (134, 144, 150), 160, 172, 178 sts.

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