Tag Archives: Junghans-Wolle

The Neo-Norsk Pattern Construction Method

For the time being, I am calling this pattern construction method the Neo-Norsk method.  I took elements of three different styles:  (1) Narrative, (2), the old Norwegian abbreviated table & column format that I grew up with, and (3) pictorial/schematic. … Continue reading

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Deconstructing the Very Reductionist Pattern

This post is a follow-up discussion on the “reductionist” pattern format used by Junghans-Wolle for women’s cardigan Modell 434/2, free on its website.  (I reduced its size below.) I think the schematics are very well done.  They include all the information I need if … 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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The Reductionist Pattern

In my previous post I shared a form of pattern writing that I have not seen much in the last couple of decades. In email conversations about this style, blogger cbkrug at home called it the “reductionist” style. While a … Continue reading

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