In passing, I mentioned this when talking about how far back crafts date
on HBT the other day but couldn't think of the name. Playing catch up
with my blog alerts...
Nalbinding, a style of Scandinavians knitting . Scraps have been found
by Archaeologists with the Peat Bog-folk and Viking ships. Once worked
- it is a hard wearing fabric that appears to be double sided, one looks
like knitting the other like crochet. Thought this might be interesting
to some folk...
I had a wonderful Beanie hat before I was married (20+years) Sky blue
with with Fair Isle style. And could never find out how it had been
made... Well now I know :-)
Love, light & peace - Sue Hanson NATA #056
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