This appears to be in a fairly large gauge -- possibly 5 to 6 stitches per inch. Similar mittens, knitted from undyed wool, were recovered from the wreck of the General Carleton, along with a glove very similar to the Gunnister glove belowexcept that it has two rows of fringe rather than the purl stitches which decorate the Gunnister glove. A pair of heavily fulled gloves was found with the Gunnister bog body, which dates to the late 17th century see Pulliam, cited above. The gauge of these gloves is 17 stitches and 14 rows per inch i.
A Review Rowan is celebrating their 40th anniversary with a special collection of 40 patterns drawn from their archives. I've only been reviewing their patterns for six of those years, so I've reviewed their anniversary edition though it means I've reviewed some of the designs for the second time.
Just for the fun of it, I've linked back to my original assessment of the designs from on, and talked about whether I stand by my words or not. When I began work on this review, I was expecting that Rowan would truly have gone back over the past 40 years and provided a cross-section of patterns from all four decades.
But that's not what they did. Most of these designs seem to be from the past twenty years, with just one dating from It felt a bit like going to a modern history museum and finding out that half of the exhibits were closed. But I understand why the Rowan editors did it.
Fashion hasn't changed very much over the last twenty years and it is easy to select designs from the last two decades that look current and attractive by standards, while designs from the previous twenty would require some serious tweaking to make them usable, and a lot of knitters don't care to do that much work, especially when they are paying for a newly published pattern.
This is a pattern from It's so simple and classic I doubt it will ever look out of date.
This wrap design seems to be from A shawl this beautiful will definitely never go out of fashion. Here's another design from I like the understated floral theme, the shape is good, and it would be fun to pick out a colourway for this one. This cardigan is from I reviewed this one when it came out insaid I liked it overall, and complained about how the neckline and bottom edges were sagging open.
It's true that the way the sweater sat on the model in the original product shot did the design no favours.
It sits quite well here.
At first glance I guessed this pattern to be from the early s, and I suppose without the beading and the ribbon it might have been, but those bits of bling make for a more recent look. It's pretty, but I might very well decide to do without the ribbon and the beading if I were making this. The rose detail is pretty enough for me.
Rather a nice piece. I like the subtle and sophisticated plaid. I don't know when this design was originally published as it doesn't appear to be on Ravelry.The History of Knitting ~ And Who Invented Knitting. May 18, By Jodie Knitting Knowledge ~ Facts About Knitting History. Knitting considered to be older than crochet and younger than weaving.
The current world’s quickest knitter is Miriam Tegels from the . The Veil of Isis: An Essay on the History of the Idea of Nature [Pierre Hadot, Michael Chase] on pfmlures.com *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers. Nearly twenty-five hundred years ago the Greek thinker Heraclitus supposedly uttered the cryptic words Phusis kruptesthai philei.
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This past semester at MIT I took a really wonderful class called “Feminist Political Thought” which had a very open ended essay assignment. I wrote a history of the word “Bitch,” and several of my classmates requested to read the whole paper so I thought I’d post it here. Knitting Tools and a Brief Knitting History Knitting Tools and a Brief Knitting History.
Knitting. Stitch and Bitch, Knitty Gritty - it is all around you. Isn't it time you learned this time honored craft and useful hobby?
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