Arctic Lace Knitting Book by Donna Druchunas
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[su_tabs active=”2″][/tabs][/su_slider] [su_tabs active=”4″][su_tab title=”What’s Inside”]A simple step-by-step introduction to knitting and designing lace, applicable to any yarn. Fifteen projects, for beginning to intermediate lace knitters. Information about the history and use of qiviut, possibly the world’s most exquisite fiber. Stories about Yup’ik and Inupiat women and their culture.
Preface: Following my Obsessions to the Arctic Introduction: The Oomingmak Knitter’s Co-op
- Chapter 1: The Yup’ik and Inupiat People
- Chapter 2: Villages and Knitters
- Chapter 3: Musk Oxen
- Chapter 4: Qiviut Fiber and Yarn
- Chapter 5: History of the Co-op and Musk Ox Farm
- Chapter 6: Lace Knitting Workshop
- Chapter 7: Projects
- Chapter 8: Designing Your Own[/su_tab] [su_tab title=”Photos of projects”]
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Page 124: Fish Trap Hat & Wrist Warmers chart correction
Page 131: North Star Scarf chart correction.
Page 148: Grass Basket Cropped Ruana Vest chart correction.
Page 155: Horglass Boa is 60 inches long, not 48.
Qiviut, or musk ox down, is a world-class fiber—luxurious, warm, and lightweight. People who experience it become obsessed. Qiviut makes perfect hand-knitted lace, as demonstrated by the Alaskan artisans of Oomingmak Musk Ox Producers’ Co-op.
This book presents how-tos for knitting and designing lace, projects suited to new as well as experienced lace knitters, yarn sources, and comprehensive cultural background.
Publisher: Nomad Press
Type: Paperback | Black & White
You will receive a signed book by the author.