Icelandic Mittens - 25 Traditional Patterns Reimagined
Gorgeous contemporary reconstructions and reinterpretations of the rich knitting traditions of Iceland.
The Textile Museum in Blönduós in northern Iceland houses a unique and fascinating collection of handknit Icelandic mittens, dating back centuries. Now, Guðrun Hannele Hentinnen, an expert with a degree in textile studies—and the owner of a yarn shop located in Reykjavík—has reconstructed patterns and charts based on those historical examples, and breathed new life into a stunning selection of mittens and gloves for the modern knitter.
Author Guðrún Hannele Henttinen
Total Page Count: 272
Illustrations: 75 color photos, 75 charts, 6 illustrations