Priced at $56.00
From designer Rachel Roden:
"Have you ever looked at a piece of knitting and wondered, “How did they figure out how to DO that with just two needles and string?”? Whether you’re a picker or a thrower, those techniques had to come from somewhere, and their origins may surprise you.
On the new podcast Historical Yarns from the Archaeology Podcast Network, Rachel Roden and Heather Boyd look at knitting traditions with the eyes of designers, through the lens of archaeology: each episode travels the world to dig up and discuss a different technique, and then applies it to a clever pattern designed by Rachel."
Download the pattern and find out more information from Rachel's Ravelry page for Zetland, here: (pattern link)
Le Petit Lambswool from Biches et Buches is scrumptious wooly-wool sourced in Scotland. This fingering weight wool comes in colors that are complex and deeply heathered.
Designed by Rachel Roden
US Size 4 (3.5 mm) two 24" circular & set of dpns is required but not included.
Notions required but not included: Tapestry needle, stitch markers
Finished Measurements: 70" long x 20" wide
Gauge: 20 sts x 40 rows = 4" in garter stitch after blocking
Shown in Biches et Buches Le Petit Lambswool. 4 skeins are required.
(Difficulty: 2 out of 3)
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