How To:Nålebinding

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Many stitches are known by their common names, which are often taken from the first extant find. However, there have been several to create nålebinding notations.

The notation developed by Hansen is probably the easiest notation to understand. U=Under and O=Over.

There are also notations by Hald and Nordland, but these are not as comprehensive.

Stitches found in our period

  • Åsle
  • Coppergate/ York (UU/OOO F2)
  • Finnish Stitch 2+2 (UUOO/UUOOO F2)
  • Korgen (UOO/UUOO F1)
  • Mammen (UOO/UUOO F2)
  • Oslo (UO/UOO F1)
  • Saltdal