Collection by Gry Kristiansen

Gry Kristiansen
  Wrist Warmers, Hand Warmers, Hand Knitting, Knitting Patterns, Warmest Winter Gloves, Wool Gloves, Star Ornament, Knit Mittens, Christmas Knitting

Hand Knit White Red Nordic Mittens Norwegian Mittens Hand Knitted Wool Mittens Scandinavian Gloves Warm Winter Gloves Natural Wool Gloves

Hand knitted wool mittens-warm and stylish, great and colorful accessory in cold weather! Wonderful gift-mittens for your loved ones! Mittens size : S-big child or small female size M-medium size women L-large womens or mens size small XL- large men size XXL--very large size men Wash mittens

Don't know what this is but it's good pattern inspiration. Norwegian Knitting, Nordic Sweater, Knitting Patterns, Knitting Ideas, Chanel Boy Bag, Needlework, Knitwear, Knit Crochet, Mosaic

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R3018-R3018 Selbugenser, kofte, lue, votter og strømper, Rauma-garn Norwegian Knitting, Knitting Socks, Knits, Pattern, Inspiration, Threading, Knit Socks, Biblical Inspiration, Breien

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Готовимся к зиме. Эта книга не из моих старых запасов. Это новое хомячество. Вот ищешь что-то в интернете, ну оччччень нужное. Вдруг зацепишься и пошло... И когда выудишь и вытащишь все, что только считаешь интересным, сидишь и вспоминаешь, что же я искала, что же это такое...

" Selbu is the traditional home of the Norwegian Selbu mittens. The people here had a huge success selling hand knit clothes to the rest o. Knit Mittens, Knitted Gloves, Fair Isle Knitting, Hand Knitting, Knitting Designs, Knitting Patterns, Crochet Patterns, Norwegian Style, Norwegian House

Selbu Knittings of Norway™ 100% Norwegian Woolens

The black/white eight-petal rose, is known by the majority of Norwegians as the "Selbu Rose." This extremely traditional knitting pattern can be dated back to the middle of the 19th century, when an 11-year-old girl formed the basis for something quite exceptional in Norwegian home crafts. The technique quickly caught on, and numerous variations of the pattern were soon created. It was primarily used in woolen mittens, gloves, socks, and hats. The pattern became a trademark for Selbu. Today…