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The Shetland Islands, justly famed for both their wool and their knitting, lie off the northwest coast of what part of the United Kingdom?
The Shetland Islands, justly famed for both their wool and their knitting, lie off the northwest coast of what part of the United Kingdom?
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The Shetland Islands, justly famed for both their wool and their knitting, lie off the northwest coast of what part of the United Kingdom?
The Shetland Islands, justly famed for both their wool and their knitting, lie off the northwest coast of what part of the United Kingdom?
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These small bundles of stitches–a hallmark of the lace shawls of Haapsalu, Estonia, are called nupps. Which of these does nupp mean in Estonian?
These small bundles of stitches–a hallmark of the lace shawls of Haapsalu, Estonia, are called nupps. Which of these does nupp mean in Estonian?
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These small bundles of stitches–a hallmark of the lace shawls of Haapsalu, Estonia, are called nupps. Which of these does nupp mean in Estonian?
These small bundles of stitches–a hallmark of the lace shawls of Haapsalu, Estonia, are called nupps. Which of these does nupp mean in Estonian?
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In what part of the world might you expect to commonly find this knitting accessory in use?
In what part of the world might you expect to commonly find this knitting accessory in use?
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In what part of the world might you expect to commonly find this knitting accessory in use?
In what part of the world might you expect to commonly find this knitting accessory in use?
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On what part of the body is the item shown in Question 3 most frequently worn?
On what part of the body is the item shown in Question 3 most frequently worn?
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On what part of the body is the item shown in Question 3 most frequently worn?
On what part of the body is the item shown in Question 3 most frequently worn?
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The Cowichan knitting of the Coast Salish peoples commonly makes use of bulky, wool yarn. Before the introduction of sheep (and knitting) to Vancouver Island, which of these fibers was often spun by the Coast Salish peoples for use in weaving and other applications?
The Cowichan knitting of the Coast Salish peoples commonly makes use of bulky, wool yarn. Before the introduction of sheep (and knitting) to Vancouver Island, which of these fibers was often spun by the Coast Salish peoples for use in weaving and other applications?
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The Cowichan knitting of the Coast Salish peoples commonly makes use of bulky, wool yarn. Before the introduction of sheep (and knitting) to Vancouver Island, which of these fibers was often spun by the Coast Salish peoples for use in weaving and other applications?
The Cowichan knitting of the Coast Salish peoples commonly makes use of bulky, wool yarn. Before the introduction of sheep (and knitting) to Vancouver Island, which of these fibers was often spun by the Coast Salish peoples for use in weaving and other applications?
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Which of the following is often seen in the knitting of the Andes Mountains?
Which of the following is often seen in the knitting of the Andes Mountains?
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Which of the following is often seen in the knitting of the Andes Mountains?
Which of the following is often seen in the knitting of the Andes Mountains?
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What technique was once commonly known as “Shepherd’s Knitting”?
What technique was once commonly known as “Shepherd’s Knitting”?
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What technique was once commonly known as “Shepherd’s Knitting”?
What technique was once commonly known as “Shepherd’s Knitting”?
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The charming “lus” pattern (above) is a signature of Norwegian stranded knitting. What does “lus” mean?
The charming “lus” pattern (above) is a signature of Norwegian stranded knitting. What does “lus” mean?
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The charming “lus” pattern (above) is a signature of Norwegian stranded knitting. What does “lus” mean?
The charming “lus” pattern (above) is a signature of Norwegian stranded knitting. What does “lus” mean?
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Which of these countries has an eminently sensible national standard that requires all knitting charts to use the same set of symbols?
Which of these countries has an eminently sensible national standard that requires all knitting charts to use the same set of symbols?
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Which of these countries has an eminently sensible national standard that requires all knitting charts to use the same set of symbols?
Which of these countries has an eminently sensible national standard that requires all knitting charts to use the same set of symbols?
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Where the hell have all my stitch markers gone?
Where the hell have all my stitch markers gone?
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Where the hell have all my stitch markers gone?
Where the hell have all my stitch markers gone?
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