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These intricate patterns are so beautiful. Your talent is truly amazing!


How beautiful - you are so talented! You are truly an artist. Thank you once again for giving your time in starting this knitting blog which encourages me each day to set some time aside to knit. Jackie


OH MY, I am blown away. The hours and the beautiful result. What size needles? and what yarn? I used to use a Pere Gynt years ago (for mittens) but can't find that one anymore.
Or order "Snowflake Kits" from Sandnes Uldvarefabrik.
Your sweaters are truly heirlooms.


Thank you Georgeanne. They are all traditional Norwegian patters and I have knitted them for years and years.


The patters are not design by me Jackie. I love to use them though, often in different ways.


These are different types of yarn Mardelle, and I don´t remember the size of needels. Often I use the size 3 or 3 1/2 though (Norwegian size, I don´t know if it can be compared)


Such inspiration here. I love the two colour designs, the intricate patterns. Heirlooms indeed.


Thank you Fran. The traditional patterns are my favorites to knit.

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    The first step is always the most exciting. I am sitting in a small hotel room, somewhere in Norway. I am knitting, and all of a sudden I knew it was time to start a knitting blog. Maskerade, masquerade, playing with words as maske is the Norwegian word for a knitted stich, rad is a row. Knitted stich in a row - maskerade.

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