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  • Ottilia Twined Mittens

    These mittens can be found in Lucinda Guy's Northern Knits book. I have long admired the outfits that the trolls and gnomes wear in John Bauer’s illustrations of Swedish folk and fairy tales. I especially like their tasseled and embroidered mittens. As trolls spend a lot of their time in woods...
    Posted to Northern Knits by emanuszak on Apr 19, 2010
    Filed under: Interweave Books, Northern Knits, Lucinda Guy, Accessories, Mittens, #2-Fine
  • Märta Embroidered Bag

    This bag can be found in Lucinda Guy's Northern Knits book. Inspired by the vibrant work of Märta Måås-Fjetterstöm, one of Sweden’s foremost textile artists and pupil of Lilli Zickerman, who founded the Swedish Handicraft Association, the Märta bag is a lovely example...
    Posted to Northern Knits by emanuszak on Apr 19, 2010
    Filed under: Interweave Books, Northern Knits, Lucinda Guy, Accessories, #2-Fine, Bags
  • Inger Ski Cap and Gloves

    This cap and gloves can be found in Lucinda Guy's Northern Knits book. Long knitted caps finished off with tassels have been worn in Norway for centuries. Although usually knitted in just two colors, caps for special occasions also include red, yellow, green, and blue and are densely patterned with...
    Posted to Northern Knits by emanuszak on Apr 19, 2010
    Filed under: Women, Interweave Books, Northern Knits, Lucinda Guy, Accessories, Hats, #2-Fine, Gloves
  • Nell Shetland Cap

    This cap can be found in Lucinda Guy's Northern Knits book. This sweet, simple cap is knitted from the top down and incorporates both a peerie pattern and a classic Shetland border pattern. Inspired by the vast array of vintage, traditionally knitted and patterned hats once worn as everyday wear...
    Posted to Northern Knits by emanuszak on Apr 19, 2010
    Filed under: Interweave Books, Northern Knits, Lucinda Guy, Accessories, Fair Isle, #1-SuperFine, Hats
  • Crowning Glory Cobweb Shawl

    This shawl can be found in Lucinda Guy's Northern Knits book. This truly magnificent lace shawl is steeped in Shetland tradition—the intricate stitch patterns have been passed down from one generation to the next, and the wool is of the finest quality. Jamieson & Smith’s traditional...
    Posted to Northern Knits by emanuszak on Apr 19, 2010
    Filed under: Women, #0-Lace, Interweave Books, Northern Knits, Lucinda Guy, Accessories, Shawl
  • Yrsa Laceweight Mitts

    These mitts can be found in Lucinda Guy's Northern Knits book. Laceweight yarn has traditionally been used by Icelanders to knit patterned mittens and handstukur (long, lacy wrist warmers); these practical little mitts fall neatly between these two types of hand wear. With some simple calculations...
    Posted to Northern Knits by emanuszak on Apr 19, 2010
    Filed under: #0-Lace, Interweave Books, Northern Knits, Lucinda Guy, Accessories, Mittens
  • Ennid Laceweight Shawl

    This shawl can be found in Lucinda Guy's Northern Knits . Simple, lace-light, and practical, the Ennid Shawl is reminiscent of the traditional garter-stitch triangular shawls once worn by Icelandic women on a daily basis. Traditionally, this type of shawl was worn wrapped across the chest and tied...
    Posted to Northern Knits by emanuszak on Apr 19, 2010
    Filed under: Women, #0-Lace, Interweave Books, Northern Knits, Lucinda Guy, Accessories, Shawl
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