Needlebound Footwear

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Needlebound / Nalbound knee-high socks  made [in yet to be determined stitch] using yarn coloured with onion skin, by Ingrid Galadriel. Held up with a braided cord, that was made using the same technique as the braids on the Skoldhamnsdrakten / Skjoldehamn bog-find (possibly the oldest Viking find in Norway) and were coloured with St John's wort and two madder dye baths. Posted [in Norwegian] April, 2011, in her blog Vikingsnitt. Please see link for more photos!

Needlebound / Nalbound knee-high socks made [in yet to be determined stitch] using yarn coloured with onion skin, by Ingrid Galadriel. Held up with a braided cord, that was made using the same technique as the braids on the Skoldhamnsdrakten / Skjoldehamn bog-find (possibly the oldest Viking find in Norway) and were coloured with St John's wort and two madder dye baths. Posted [in Norwegian] April, 2011, in her blog Vikingsnitt. Please see link for more photos!

Needlebound / nalbound thigh high stockings, by unknown creator [original link in Russian] but according to Google translate probably based/inspired by the Eura finds in Finland and there is probably a reference to another find as well.

Needlebound / nalbound thigh high stockings, by unknown creator [original link in Russian] but according to Google translate probably based/inspired by the Eura finds in Finland and there is probably a reference to another find as well.

Needlebound / nalbound knee socks, made using Danish stitch, by unknown creator.

Needlebound / nalbound knee socks, made using Danish stitch, by unknown creator.

Needlebound / nalbound shoe liners, made in York stitch and F2 connections from home-spun wool from an old breed of Swedish sheep. Reproduction of the Coppergate sock that many assume is in fact a shoe liner,  by Ann Asplund.  Posted on her site, Annother Day. Please see PDF posted on Research page for how it was made and other wool details, ie here: http://www.annotherday.com/AODPDFs/CoppergateSockRec.pdf

Needlebound / nalbound shoe liners, made in York stitch and F2 connections from home-spun wool from an old breed of Swedish sheep. Reproduction of the Coppergate sock that many assume is in fact a shoe liner, by Ann Asplund. Posted on her site, Annother Day. Please see PDF posted on Research page for how it was made and other wool details, ie here: http://www.annotherday.com/AODPDFs/CoppergateSockRec.pdf

Needlebound / Nalbound socks for the entire family (with bonus cat in pic ;) made [in yet to be determined stitch/yarn], by Ingrid Galadriel. Posted [in Norwegian] May, 2010, in her blog Vikingsnitt.

Needlebound / Nalbound socks for the entire family (with bonus cat in pic ;) made [in yet to be determined stitch/yarn], by Ingrid Galadriel. Posted [in Norwegian] May, 2010, in her blog Vikingsnitt.

Knähöga sockar, nålbundna, ie needlebound / nalbound knee-high socks, made by (and for sale) @ Idunas Hantverk {Iduna's Handicraft}  ~  Please see link for more info [in Swedish]!

Knähöga sockar, nålbundna, ie needlebound / nalbound knee-high socks, made by (and for sale) @ Idunas Hantverk {Iduna's Handicraft} ~ Please see link for more info [in Swedish]!

Needlebound / nalbound socks, made by (and for sale) @ Idunas Hantverk {Iduna's Handicraft}  ~  Please see link for more info [in Swedish]!

Needlebound / nalbound socks, made by (and for sale) @ Idunas Hantverk {Iduna's Handicraft} ~ Please see link for more info [in Swedish]!

Needlebound / nalbound socks in child size, by Anneli Henriksson. Posted [in Swedish] 2012-06-13 for sale @ Evendim hantverk [Evendim handicrafts] on FaceBook. Please see link!

Needlebound / nalbound socks in child size, by Anneli Henriksson. Posted [in Swedish] 2012-06-13 for sale @ Evendim hantverk [Evendim handicrafts] on FaceBook. Please see link!

Needlebound / nalbound sock (with reindeer horn button) made using two behind thumb loops + F2 (Oslo or Mammen?) by Hiltrud Pfeiffer. She used a rolling-pin for flatbread on the surface to felt it together, which seems to have given them a more fuzzy look. Posted [in Swedish] 2015-11-05 in Nålbindning facebook group. Please see link for post!

Needlebound / nalbound sock (with reindeer horn button) made using two behind thumb loops + F2 (Oslo or Mammen?) by Hiltrud Pfeiffer. She used a rolling-pin for flatbread on the surface to felt it together, which seems to have given them a more fuzzy look. Posted [in Swedish] 2015-11-05 in Nålbindning facebook group. Please see link for post!


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