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directions for Coptic (Tarim) stitch, button hole stitch and the Danish (O/UO)

directions for Coptic (Tarim) stitch, button hole stitch and the Danish (O/UO)

Nalbinding Socks: Methods of Construction  Viking method for making socks, hats, mittens  Norse socks were made using an ancient technique called nálbinding (needle-binding). Using a single large, thick needle, it was a method of knotting the yarn. Although time consuming, this approach resulted in a nearly indestructible garment. If the thread were to break or wear out, the garment would still be intact, since the thread was everywhere knotted to neighboring threads.

Nalbinding Socks: Methods of Construction Viking method for making socks, hats, mittens Norse socks were made using an ancient technique called nálbinding (needle-binding). Using a single large, thick needle, it was a method of knotting the yarn. Although time consuming, this approach resulted in a nearly indestructible garment. If the thread were to break or wear out, the garment would still be intact, since the thread was everywhere knotted to neighboring threads.

Korgen Stitch: Porta-patet's Socken grau Gr. 45 in 100% wool at ravelry.com

Korgen Stitch: Porta-patet's Socken grau Gr. 45 in 100% wool at ravelry.com

Nadelbinden : Dalby-Stich

Nadelbinden : Dalby-Stich

Directions for the Coptic (Tarim) Stitch,the Button Hole Stitch and the Danish (O/UO)

Directions for the Coptic (Tarim) Stitch,the Button Hole Stitch and the Danish (O/UO)

Nalbinding!

Nalbinding!

Nalbinding Socks: Methods of Construction  Viking method for making socks, hats, mittens  Norse socks were made using an ancient technique called nálbinding (needle-binding). Using a single large, thick needle, it was a method of knotting the yarn. Although time consuming, this approach resulted in a nearly indestructible garment. If the thread were to break or wear out, the garment would still be intact, since the thread was everywhere knotted to neighboring threads.

Nalbinding Socks: Methods of Construction Viking method for making socks, hats, mittens Norse socks were made using an ancient technique called nálbinding (needle-binding). Using a single large, thick needle, it was a method of knotting the yarn. Although time consuming, this approach resulted in a nearly indestructible garment. If the thread were to break or wear out, the garment would still be intact, since the thread was everywhere knotted to neighboring threads.

Nalbinding Omani stitch

Nalbinding Omani stitch

Basic Nålbinding part 1: Oslo Stitch Tutorial and link to Part 2 on Dilettante at http://www.dilettante.info/nalbindingpages/osloprimer/osloprimer1.htm

Basic Nålbinding part 1: Oslo Stitch Tutorial and link to Part 2 on Dilettante at http://www.dilettante.info/nalbindingpages/osloprimer/osloprimer1.htm

SUSAN'S FIBER SHOP, this is for the future, looks too complicated just now....

SUSAN'S FIBER SHOP, this is for the future, looks too complicated just now....

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