Tag Archives: Connie Krug

Pattern Construction – Conclusion

Patterns have been passed from generation to the next in various ways:  from treasured swatches of various stitches passed through early generations of knitters/crocheters to, in the late 19th century, narratives using inconsistent terminology.  My grandmother and mother (born in early and … Continue reading

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A Very Reductionist Pattern

I have long been a proponent of the old-style Norwegian patterns used when I was a child.  Eclectic blogger Connie Krug sent me another version of a reductionist pattern.  It too is short but is set up differently than the old-style … Continue reading

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