Tutorial by Amy Vander Vorste We’ll start building up loops on and behind our thumb for a nice clean start to our work. There’s more than one way to do this. Here’s my favorite. I’ll be setting up for Finnish 2+2 stitch. 1. From inside of thumb to outside of thumb, wrap yarn around thumb … Continue reading Build Up Start For Nalbinding Stitches with Many Loops
More Tinkering with Knotwork – Study in Which Knots Work Well with Nalbinding
Yesterday I found my Danish friend Maria is working with knotwork too for the Nalbinding Festival in Denmark. So there’s 3 of us now, that I know of. Oh I wish I could go to the festival! Maybe next year… Last night I attempted 3 more knots as I work through my old knotwork book. … Continue reading More Tinkering with Knotwork – Study in Which Knots Work Well with Nalbinding
Knotwork Tutorial II
Several bits and pieces on how to do the scarf were scattered in my blog posts. But it wasn’t a real tutorial and a few important tidbits were missing. So I’ll write down the process for those who would like to make their own nalbound knotwork items with more complicated knots. For my examples, I … Continue reading Knotwork Tutorial II
Nalbound Knot Work Cowl + Knotwork Pretzels Tutorial
Yes, yes. I should be working on my circle vest to have it done before the end of February for the Green Camel Gathering fiber arts event. But I got distracted, you see. A spiffy knotwork headband post from one of the Facebook groups inspired me this week to start to learn how to do … Continue reading Nalbound Knot Work Cowl + Knotwork Pretzels Tutorial
Nalbinding Stitch Connections – What are F1, B1, etc?
A few days ago, I saw a nalbound sock on one of the Facebook nalbinding groups, and wasn’t sure how the creator did that effect. She didn’t answer (and I wasn’t surprised - the group isn’t in English and that’s all I speak). So I worked on a set of samples, so I could figure … Continue reading Nalbinding Stitch Connections – What are F1, B1, etc?