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Knit your own Norwegian knitting sweaters, free knitting graphs for an original Fair Isle sweater

Many types of sweaters are traditionally knit in the round; Norwegian ski sweaters are knit this way.
Even cardigans — the knitter makes a Norwegian-style pullover and then the knitting is stitched with
a machine to prevent unraveling. The sweater is then cut down the front to open the cardigan up.

A band for buttons is added by knitting or sewing on a tightly knitted band, often embellished with
woven braid. Icelandic sweaters are also done in the round, typically.

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Gave its name to the unique, multi-colored knitting designs on the islands famous woolen
sweaters. These designs are claimed to have been copied from the clothes worn by shipwrecked
Spanish sailors from the Armada. These men landed on the shore when their ship El Gran Grifon
ran onto the rocks below the cliffs at Stronshellier in 1588.

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Norwegian sweaters began as black and white combinations made from natural wool colors, and eventually
became multicolored combinations. Patterns evolved from natural designs, such as the snowflake or reindeer.
Originally, the sweater was tucked in, so the design was only found on the top.
Then color and overall patterns were developed, and Norwegians began wearing their sweaters to church.
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Fair Isle

Fair Isle is an island between the Orkneys and Shetlands to the north of Scotland.
Since the 19th century the varied colors of Shetland wool have been a feature of knitting from this region.
They came partly from the different breeds of sheep, but also from dyes. Madder and indigo gave red and blue,
while lichens produced red, brown, orange and purple. Brightly colored synthetic dyes, invented in the 1850s,
increased the possible color range but were used only in small quantities.

The early knitters produced stockings, caps and scarves. Sweaters in the Fair Isle style as we know it today were
not produced until the First World War. There was a vogue for them during the 1920s, although natural shades like
brown, grey and white were then preferred.

Fair Isle jumpers are constructed by knitting bands of horizontal motifs from two differently colored strands of wool.
The patterns are made up of motifs such as crosses, diamonds and eight-pointed stars.

In Fair Isle pattern, usually not more than two colors are ever used at once in a row.
The two yarns are carried all the way across the row, using which ever color is appropriate at the time,
with the other color carried loosely behind the worked stitches, creating a float or strand.
This is also called stranding. Usually, one tries to limit carrying the non-worked yarn over long distances,
usually no more than 5 stitches. Otherwise, the stranded yarn must be woven in.

Patterns for Norwegian sweaters, free knitting graphs for a handknit fairisle sweater

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using colors in fair isle knitting

For repeating patterns; the knitting chart shows only one or two repeats, and indicates where you are to begin
and end the chart, for the piece you are knitting.
Each square represents one stitch, and the color given in each square represents the color in which you work the
stitch. Changing the charts in your own colors, will often make the pattern more interesting.

If the chart is given in black and white, you have to color it your self.

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It appears that hand knitting will never go out of style in Norway. Hundreds of thousands of knitting enthusiasts
proudly produce garments for their husbands, boyfriends or grandchildren, thoroughly convinced that 'Tender
Loving Care is the key ingredient' in hand-knit products.
The results of this original hobby are particularly noticeable at Easter when Norway's mountain slopes are covered
by skiers in brightly colored hand-knit sweaters and city streets bustle with knit-clad shoppers.
Nothing beats a original woolen sweater.

The original sweaters, made of a wiry long-wearing woolen yarn, either have raglan sleeves and a design worked in
a circular yoke effect or drop shoulders, like a kimono, and horizontal designs. Sometimes the motif is continued
throughout the body of the garment or is repeated at the bottom and cuffs.
Cardigans are invariably fastened with pewter buttons. When treated with care these woolens will give a lifetime
of wear and can even be passed on to the next generation. It is recommended that they be washed by hand with
a mild detergent for wool in lukewarm water, blocked and dried flat on a towel.

A less expensive, entirely machine-made imitation of the Fair Isle is made in England, Hong Kong and other places.
The easiest way to distinguish between the authentic-style Fair Isles, with their hand knit yokes, and the
machine-made sweaters is to look for a telltale seam below the yoke. When the yoke is hand knit and the sweater
hand-assembled, there is no seam. Unfortunately for consumers and Shetlanders alike, the name ''Shetland wool''
is not protected by law, and those words on a label offer no guarantee.
Look instead for a label that says ''Made in Shetland'' or ''Made in Scotland.''

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The woollens industry is integral to the Shetland way of life, and visitors to the islands quickly come to understand why.
The islands are rugged, with long stretches of heather-flecked hills, thousands of acres of peat bogs, steep cliffs
packed with sea birds. And everywhere there are sheep - thousands and thousands of the sturdy Shetland breed -
that have adapted to the climate and seem to thrive on the dampness.
The fleece of the Shetland sheep is unusually soft and silky, making it far better suited to knitting than to weaving.
Because the temperatures seldom move far below 40 degrees or above 60 degrees and days without rain or mist
are unusual, it is always ''sweater season.'' The Shetlanders take knitwear seriously, and perhaps the best testimony
to their sweaters is the extent to which they appear on the natives, year-round.

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