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Are you looking for some new Istex knitting patterns that you can use for inspiration and guidance for your next knitting project? Then you have come to the right place. Right here on the page you will find precisely Istex knitting patterns for women - and you will find patterns for every taste. The knitting patterns are the brainchild of Icelandic designers whose reputation for imagination and ability to blend Icelandic nature and landscape into their work has earned them international recognition. And does it therefore sound like something you might be interested in using for your next knitting project? Then discover the many Icelandic knitting recipes right away.
The designer behind Móakot is Margrét Halldórsdóttir, and she prefers
to knit her design in thin yarns such as einband and plate yarn.
Margrét makes some really nice sweaters. Most are made in the Icelandic yarn Einband, which means that the sweaters are not thick and warm like traditional Icelanders.
If you've seen a recipe you'd like, let us know.
Then we get it home as soon as possible.
Good luck with knitting your own MOAKOT
Modern knitwear for small and large outdoor enthusiasts. Inspired by nature and old Sami and Kven traditions.
The creative Finnmarker, Christina Gjertsen, is behind Slow Knitwear. She is both a photographer and a self-taught graphic designer, and creates recipes with nature and traditions in mind. Slow Knitwear was created in 2017, and the first recipe that was launched was Astrid Genser, named after her grandmother in Finnmark.
Hanne Rimmen grew up in Northern Jutland, close to water and nature. Since then, she has lived in Sweden for several years, and has been surrounded by the beautiful Swedish handwork tradition and classic folklore, which has further developed her style and sense of patterns.
Her designs are often based in nature and in the Nordic patterns and motifs, whose traditional look and special stories she tries to retell in a new age.
At Nordisk Garn, we offer quality yarn and equipment for knitting. On this page, we have collected a large selection of knitting books, and are you therefore lacking inspiration for your next knitting project? Then you have come to the right place. If you have already knitted cloths, socks, sweaters, etc., and you are looking for something new to knit, then you may benefit from acquiring some knitting books. There are many other things that you can spend time knitting and that you can treat yourself to or give to someone you care about.
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