A beautifully written and scholarly look at the lives and the knitting of women on the tiny Shetland island of Fair Isle. This book traces the development of Fair Isle knitting from folk craft to world-wide design phenomenon.
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Ann Feitelson is a frequent visitor to the Shetland Islands. She holds an MA in Art History and has contributed many articles to Knitters magazine and Interweave Knits.Review:
"Fantastic book if you're even remotely interested in Fair Isle Knitting. First Reaction: Thorough—history, design, and patterns. The perfect triumvirate." —knittingscholar.com
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Book Description Knitting Out Loud, 2007. Audio CD. Book Condition: Very Good. Great condition with minimal wear, aging, or shelf wear. Bookseller Inventory # P020979607353