Knitting Patterns Viking Cables: How they are knit // Technique Tuesday
This video explains the distinction between closed-ring cables (initially created by Barbara G Walker) and Viking cables, created by Elsebeth Lavold. Many designers have made minor modifications to Walker’s closed-ring cable approach, however Lavold’s approach has some vital variations.
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What are Viking cables?: 0:27
How one can begin a Viking cable: Beginning a Viking (closed) cable: 1:47
Second improve row: 4:49
How one can finish a Viking cable: 6:57
Evaluating Viking cables to closed-ring cables: 11:20
Sample for the purple scarf with Viking cables accessible right here:
The e-book which first launched closed-ring cables
Charted Knitting Designs; A Third Treasury of Knitting Patterns by Barbara G. Walker
Elsebeth Lavold’s Viking Cables books:
Viking Patterns for Knitting
Viking Knits and Historical Ornaments
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