by Annemo Sundbo
This book is a treasure trove of knitting patterns and cultural history. The author unravels the fascinating history of traditional knitting, a story revealed by investigations in a pile of knitted rags left behind in the storage bins of a factory for recycled wool.
This ragpile reveals the close historical ties between everyday knitting in Norway and tradtional knitting in Europe.
Everyday Knitting provides a glimpse of creativity in the everyday life of knitters. Anyone with a genuine interest in knitting is sure to find a wealth of inspiration and ideas.
Diagrams and patterns give advice on how to develop your own patterns from tradtional motifs.