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  1. Norwegian Knitting Designs

    Norwegian Knitting Designs

    Wenche Roald and Annichen Sibbern Bohn.
    $39.95

    Norwegian Knitting Designs 90 Years Later, A New Look at the Classic collection of Scandinavian Motifs and Patterns, Wenche Roald and Annichen Sibbern Bohn. We imported this dear little book directly from Oslo for many years until it went out of print. Now knitter Wenche Roald has designed a plethora of garments (over 30 altogether), all utilizing motifs directly from the original book. AND as an added bonus, a reproduction of the original book is in a pocket on the inside back cover! The photo shows the new reproduction on the L, and an original edition from 1958 on the R. A beautiful oversized, hardcover, 279 page book. Learn More
  2. 30 Hats in 30 Days

    30 Hats in 30 Days

    Marie Duquette
    $26.95

    Marie Duquette challenged herself to produce designs for 30 Hats in 30 Days. And she succeeded! As cold weather approaches for many of us, hats are always a welcome present, and there are many new knitting techniques and ideas to be gleaned from Marie’s new book. We are pleased to note that she uses ‘our’ Unspun Icelandic wool for several of her designs, as well as Wisconsin’s own, Blackberry Ridge wool. Paperback, 148pp. Learn More
  3. WG 103 Möbius Vest Revisited

    WG 103 Möbius Vest Revisited

    Meg Swansen/E. Zimmermann

    From $5.50

    The fascinating mystery of the Möbius twist was incorporated into a Vest by Elizabeth Zimmermann in her book Knitting Around, and now in WG103, the design is revisited as Cully adds a subtle shaping adaptation in Garter stitch, and Meg has knit a lovely lace version. Simple in construction, eye-catching and comfortable to wear, the Möbius vest is an entertaining project all around. Learn More
  4. Scandinavian Sweaters

    Scandinavian Sweaters

    Kristin Wiola Ødegård
    $27.95

    This may be only the second time I have offered a book to you that I have not yet set eyes upon. However, I trust the publisher, and just seeing the cover and reading the blurb has convinced me that this is a must-have for us and our knitters. Scandinavian Sweaters, Over 25 Stunning Patterns to Knit by Kristin Wiola Ødegård. Blurb: “• Over 25 gorgeous patterns in vivid colors, brimming with Ødegård's characteristic eye for decorative detail. • A knitting tutorial section, with subsections on needles, yarn, gauge, stitches and finishing techniques, and understanding how to adjust sizing for any design (even your own!) • Designs for the whole family- men's, women's, and children's sweaters and cardigans in multiple sizes, plus a couple bonus accessories.” Sounds great, huh? Hc, 216pp. 2020 Learn More
  5. Selbu Mittens

    Selbu Mittens

    Anne Bårdsgård
    $39.95

    This extraordinary book is now in English, thanks to Carol Rhoades. You will be staggered by variety of charts offered. Historically there is one motif for the cuff, another for the thumb gusset, then a thumb designs, a palm pattern, plus the main motif for the back of the hand. And for that narrow 3 to 5 stitch vertical divider between palm and back, there are no fewer than 60 different charts from which to choose. Hardcover, 296 pp. Published in English, 2019. Learn More
  6. Meadow

    Meadow

    Marie Wallin
    $36.95

    From Marie Wallin: "MEADOW is a collection of seven beautiful Fair Isle and textured stitch designs inspired by the romantic and peaceful landscapes of Britain's spring meadows. The designs in the MEADOW collection are largely inspired by traditional Fair Isle patterns and ornamental design. Many of the shapes are more contemporary in look and styling with some of them being easy to change to a different colour, if so desired." Designs use Jamieson's Shetland Spindrift wool. 2019. Softcover. $36.95

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  7. Square Haapsalu Shawls
    $61.00

    Our lace-knitting community is very fortunate to have access to an extensive series of lovely lace books from Estonia. Here is the very newest one by Linda Elgas: Square Haapsalu Shawls. The author is referred to as, ”the grand old lady of Haapsalu lace”, and this collection of her astonishing work is published in celebration of her 90th birthday! The hardcover book begins with over 30 pages of detailed instructions on the construction and techniques involved in knitting a traditional Haapsalu shawl.This is followed by directions and charts for you to duplicate 20 of the exquisite square shawls by master lace designer, Linda Elgas. Hc,120pp. Learn More
  8. Making Marls

    Making Marls

    Cecelia Campochiaro
    $65.00

    Making Marls is a ground-breaking, lushly illustrated, and beautifully made book about multistrand handknitting and the creation of marled fabrics. The technique is as simple as knitting multiple strands of yarn together. With this approach, any knitter can invent a vast number of textured and colored fabrics. As with her first book, Sequence Knitting, author Cecelia Campochiaro takes a systematic look at a subject that has been hiding in plain sight for centuries. In Making Marls, the word “sequence” is used to describe the order of marl stripes, rather than the stitch sequences in Sequence Knitting. There are common-strand sequences, bridging sequences, sequences from gradient sets, complex sequences, and even improvisational sequences. The book can be approached on three levels: • A reference book about multistrand handknitting • A pattern book with over thirty “recipes” • A source book for designers and knitters who want to work with many colors Regardless of whether one is new to knitting or a seasoned expert, this book will delight and inspire. Published in 2020.

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  9. WG 101 V-Neck Vests

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    Meg presents detailed instructions for two stylish vests, suitable for any gender. Plus, she uses EPS (Elizabeth’s Percentage System) to layout general instructions for you to craft your own vest in any size/gauge you wish. The cover vest (modeled by Meg’s grandson, Eli) features a Faroese motif (mirror-imaged at front, back and sides), v-neck shaping, inset armholes, a rolled lower-edge, and I-Cord trim. The small motif makes the vest easily sizable; knit with our Unspun Icelandic, Rangeley, or Sheepswool. The second vest is in simple stocking stitch in Shetland wool (work plain, or add stripes or blocks of color, as you wish), with the EPS percentages given at each step. Also included are Meg’s introduction, sketches of the latest new books from SHP, and plenty of illustrations.

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  10. Traditional Danish Sweaters
    $31.95

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