Knitting Traditions - Spring 2014
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Knitting Traditions - Spring 2014

Knitting Traditions - Spring 2014

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  • This eighth edition of Knitting Traditions is chock full of inspiring tales, as well as 21 wonderful projects. While for most of us knitting is a quiet, meditative respite from the hectic world around us, in years past it was a means of survival, a currency for trade and barter. These stories of survival through handicraft come from around the world and were the inspiration for patterns such as the Tree of Life Aran Vest, Salish Fusion Fingerless Gloves and Toque, Barnim-Style Stockings, and the Estonian lace Kajakakir Stole. Celebrate colorwork with fair isle, bohus, and sanquhar techniques in projects like Vavnaden Handwarmers, or the Binge Bjarbo Cap from Sweden, while learning something of their history, and be fascinated by the diary of a Shetland knitter.

    This issue pays tribute to the many individuals, cooperatives, and cottage industries that have turned to knitting for income, or the betterment of a community. Within its pages are many lovely, meaningful projects and a fascinating read.

    Preview all of the designs at the Interweave website!

This eighth edition of Knitting Traditions is chock full of inspiring tales, as well as 21 wonderful projects. While for most of us knitting is a quiet, meditative respite from the hectic world around us, in years past it was a means of survival, a currency for trade and barter. These stories of survival through handicraft come from around the world and were the inspiration for patterns such as the Tree of Life Aran Vest, Salish Fusion Fingerless Gloves and Toque, Barnim-Style Stockings, and the Estonian lace Kajakakir Stole. Celebrate colorwork with fair isle, bohus, and sanquhar techniques in projects like Vavnaden Handwarmers, or the Binge Bjarbo Cap from Sweden, while learning something of their history, and be fascinated by the diary of a Shetland knitter.

This issue pays tribute to the many individuals, cooperatives, and cottage industries that have turned to knitting for income, or the betterment of a community. Within its pages are many lovely, meaningful projects and a fascinating read.

Preview all of the designs at the Interweave website!


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