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Mrs. Elmi (Ilmi?) Tsokkinen nalbinds, 1958, photo by István Rácz, National Board of Antiquities, Finland ; rouva Elmi (Ilmi?) Tsokkinen neuloo kinnasta Pertinotsan (Suojärvi Moisenvaara) pirtissä  Rácz István 1958 National Board of Antiquities pysty, mustavalkoinen

Mrs. Elmi (Ilmi?) Tsokkinen nalbinds, 1958, photo by István Rácz, National Board of Antiquities, Finland ; rouva Elmi (Ilmi?) Tsokkinen neuloo kinnasta Pertinotsan (Suojärvi Moisenvaara) pirtissä Rácz István 1958 National Board of Antiquities pysty, mustavalkoinen

Valle, Setesdal, Aust-Agder 1939. Portrett av Annlaug K. Haugen som sitter med nålebinding. (Valle, Setesdal, Aust-Agder 1939. Portrait of Annlaug K. Haugen sitting with nalbinding.)

Valle, Setesdal, Aust-Agder 1939. Portrett av Annlaug K. Haugen som sitter med nålebinding. (Valle, Setesdal, Aust-Agder 1939. Portrait of Annlaug K. Haugen sitting with nalbinding.)

Nalbinding Socks: Methods of Construction  Viking method for making socks, hats, mittens  Norse socks were made using an ancient technique called nálbinding (needle-binding). Using a single large, thick needle, it was a method of knotting the yarn. Although time consuming, this approach resulted in a nearly indestructible garment. If the thread were to break or wear out, the garment would still be intact, since the thread was everywhere knotted to neighboring threads.

Nalbinding Socks: Methods of Construction Viking method for making socks, hats, mittens Norse socks were made using an ancient technique called nálbinding (needle-binding). Using a single large, thick needle, it was a method of knotting the yarn. Although time consuming, this approach resulted in a nearly indestructible garment. If the thread were to break or wear out, the garment would still be intact, since the thread was everywhere knotted to neighboring threads.

Textiles Material der Steinzeit

Textiles Material der Steinzeit

A woman nalbinding in Pyhäjärvi Vpl, Carelian Isthmus, Russia (area belonged to Finland until 1944). Year 1917.  http://fi.wikipedia.org/wiki/Pyh%C3%A4j%C3%A4rvi_Vpl

A woman nalbinding in Pyhäjärvi Vpl, Carelian Isthmus, Russia (area belonged to Finland until 1944). Year 1917. http://fi.wikipedia.org/wiki/Pyh%C3%A4j%C3%A4rvi_Vpl

Journal of the Polynesian Society: Australian Netting And Basketry Techniques, By D. S. Davidson, P 257-299

Journal of the Polynesian Society: Australian Netting And Basketry Techniques, By D. S. Davidson, P 257-299

Zoomattava kuva vaatii Flashplayerin toimiakseen!

Zoomattava kuva vaatii Flashplayerin toimiakseen!

Nalbound mittens, Ruokolahti, South Carelia, Finland. Prior to 1907. Length 29.5 cm, width 8-18 cm.

Nalbound mittens, Ruokolahti, South Carelia, Finland. Prior to 1907. Length 29.5 cm, width 8-18 cm.

Eura Luistari mittens. Source: http://naalbinding.blogspot.com/

Eura Luistari mittens. Source: http://naalbinding.blogspot.com/

9th or 10th century Nalbound silk hat from Egypt - from  Bush, Nancy (2001) “Nålbinding - From the Iron Age to Today” in Piecework Vol. IX N. 3, May/June 2001; Interweave Press, 2001, p. 28

9th or 10th century Nalbound silk hat from Egypt - from Bush, Nancy (2001) “Nålbinding - From the Iron Age to Today” in Piecework Vol. IX N. 3, May/June 2001; Interweave Press, 2001, p. 28

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