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Knitting from the British Islands: 30 Original Designs from Traditional Patterns

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Hardcover, 125 pages
Published January 1st 1983 by St. Martin's Press
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Feb 16, 2016 Ruth rated it it was ok
Tree of life sweater, fivefold braid pattern. Beautiful sweaters.
NOT A USER FRIENDLY BOOK.
Patterns and charts are extremely difficult to follow
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Alice Starmore (née Matheson) was raised in a traditional, Gaelic-speaking Scottish fishing village. She began knitting as a child, studying the folk knitting traditions of her native Scotland. Starmore later expanded her textile studies, traveling in Scandinavia in the late 1970s on a Winston Churchill Fellowship.

Broadly recognized as one of the world's authorities on Fair Isle and other folk kn
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