Knitting Old World Lace: From Shetland to Orenburg Video Download
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With Galina Khmeleva and Lisa Shroyer
Join lace expert Galina Khmeleva for a taste of Shetland, Estonian, and Orenburg lace knitting. In this video workshop, take a peek at gorgeous shawls knitted in each style and learn about the fascinating history of each timeless tradition. Most importantly, you'll learn that there are more similarities than differences between lace knitters and their regional techniques.
Next, knit along with Galina and try your hand at creating your own Shetland, Estonian, and Orenburg lace by following the included lace knitting charts. Intimidating techniques like Estonian nupps and complex, nature-inspired Shetland patterns will become clear through Galina's patient and practical instruction.
You'll love exploring the rich history and modern culture of lace knitting from West to East. Whether you're a seasoned enthusiast or just finding out about regional lace knitting traditions, this video will enrich and inspire you to knit and learn more.
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Galina Khmeleva has taught heirloom lace knitting techniques across the country and around the world for over 20 years. Galina is author of Gossamer Webs: History and Techniques of Orenburg Lace Shawls (Interweave, 1998) and is also a long time contributor to PieceWork magazine. Galina lives in Fort Collins, Colorado, with her husband George and her beloved cats, Sasha and Mukha.
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