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Needlebound / nalbound sweater, made with 222 grams of Alpaca Sport yarn, using own mystery stitch, by Eva Bolinder.  Started from in the middle, ish. Then continued downwards to create armhole loops, and bottom of sweater, then sleeves finished and lastly collar. Posted 2016-07-19 [in English] in Nålbinding : stitch-along sweater group  @ Facebook. Please see link for album! ~ For more info [in Swedish & English], please see blog entry here: http://nb.miravisu.net/troja-sweater-1/

Needlebound / nalbound sweater, made with 222 grams of Alpaca Sport yarn, using…

Picture of how a naalbinding sock is made in the round. http://www.pinterest.com/source/media-cache-ec0.pinimg.com/

Picture of how a naalbinding sock is made in the round. I wonder if this would work for slip stitch crochet.

Telemark-Stich

Telemark-Stich

Johanna Janzén - genser via Facebook group

Johanna Janzén - genser via Facebook group

Needlebound / nalbound sweater made with rather thick loosely twined two ply yarn from Norway and unknown stitch, by Markus Erhardsson. Posted [in Swedish] 2015-02-19 in the Nålbindning group @ FaceBook. Please see link for thread!

Needlebound / nalbound sweater made with rather thick loosely twined two ply…

Needlebound / nalbound sweater made with 400 grams of three-ply wool yarn bought in Norway and using unknown stitch. Made with loose binding that started from the bottom and then some decreases before leaving holes for the sleeves that were made last, by Johanna Janzén. Posted [in Swedish] 2015-03-01 in Nålbindning group @ FaceBook. Please see link for thread!

Needlebound / nalbound sweater made with 400 grams of three-ply wool yarn bought…

Silk Damask ~12th c.~ Sicily ~ Brown griffins on ochre background. This griffin motifs on silk were originally woven for a vestment in 1181 in Sicily. Influence of Greece, Byzantium and Egypt can be seen in many Sicilian textiles and despite a short Islamic rule their decorative ideas influenced the arts of Sicily, including this pattern.

Silk Damask ~12th c.~ Sicily ~ Brown griffins on ochre background. This griffin motifs on silk were originally woven for a vestment in 1181 in Sicily. Influence of Greece, Byzantium and Egypt can be seen in many Sicilian textiles and despite a short Islamic rule their decorative ideas influenced the arts of Sicily, including this pattern.

Needlebound / nalbound sweater with open front (closed with buttons) and (spiral bound) hood. Made with 15x50g (745 g) skeins of Drops Lima yarn using a simple stitch (probably Oslo) in raglan style and took about 1 year to make (knitted wristlets and bottom hem), by Carina Larsson. Posted [in Swedish] 2016-02-10 in the group Nålbindning @ Facebook. Please see source link for original post, and here for more photos: https://www.facebook.com/groups/147664942332/permalink/10153455627582333/

Needlebound / nalbound sweater with open front (closed with buttons) and (spiral…

Stitch of the Month

Stitch of the Month

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„Hallo zusammen, ich hab letztens auf Pinterest ein Foto mit einem Musterstück gefunden von dem ich nicht weiß welcher Stich das ist. Ich hab hier auch schon die Fotodateien durchsucht und nicht gefunden. Vielleicht bin ich auch nur zu blöd um es zu finden :(“

„Hallo zusammen, ich hab letztens auf Pinterest ein Foto mit einem Musterstück gefunden von dem ich nicht weiß welcher Stich das ist. Ich hab hier auch schon die Fotodateien durchsucht und nicht gefunden. Vielleicht bin ich auch nur zu blöd um es zu finden :(“

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