Learn to Make Nupps - KDTV 211 with Nancy Bush

Jun 15, 2009
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Knitwear designer Nancy Bush joins Eunny in Knitting Daily TV Episode 211 to demonstrate how to make the nupps in her Estonian Lace Shawl design, from her book Knitted Lace of Estonia.

Download the free pattern for the Estonianan Lace Shawl seen on the show:

Learn more about Knitted Lace of Estonia and get other patterns from the book:

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MatildeRita wrote
on Nov 19, 2009 10:46 AM

Could anyone send me this pattern please I want to knit it for my mom

I couldn't find it

Thanks a lot

Nihan wrote
on Sep 19, 2009 12:52 AM

TV Vidio inmiyor, açılmıyor,

mandyangela wrote
on Sep 9, 2009 1:25 PM

I bought Nancy's book at a craft fayre here in England earlier this year, and it is just wonderful.  The book does explain the 'nupp' technique very well, but it also helps so much to see it 'in the flesh' (or should that be in the yarn?!!).  I would recommend this book to anyone who is interested in lace knitting, either as a knitter of lace, or one who loves knitting history.