This nålbinding round-start tutorial illustrates one method for casting stitches onto a loop. Want to nålbind top-down hats, and toe-up socks? Make a flat medallion for (more…)
An anthropology student at Camosun College commissioned two 12cm x 12cm nålbinding samples for an archaeology project she was doing. Nadine wanted to compare (more…)
Nålbinding begins with starting loops, and this easy-to-follow tutorial illustrates one method for creating starting loops for a chain of nålbound stitches. This method (more…)
My son wanted a nålbound hat for Christmas, and I knew that this vintage yarn from my stash would suit him perfectly. When I test fit the hat on his sister, (more…)
I was asked to make a hat for Kingdom largesse, as we have a Norse King and Queen being coronated this weekend at An Tir 12th Night, and they would like to have some (more…)
Because small is cute, but tiny is adorable! Nålbound with fine white wool, using a metal tapestry needle.
This hat was commissioned for a friend’s ten-year-old daughter, who saw my own pointy nålbound hat, and had to have one. She wanted hers to be (more…)
Inspired by the miniatures I display in two old print trays, my friend Sam has started collecting some for the tray she purchased at Everything Old in Brentwood Bay, BC. I just had to nålbound this tiny linen basket to tuck into one of its little cubbies!
My friend Sarah of Pope Cottage Creations came over on Wednesday to learn how to knit wool bowls. She makes lots of neat Waldorfy things, and mentioned knitting mushrooms. I’ve always wanted to do that, and [. . . ]
What does one make to sell at a medieval event? Nålboud plague rats!