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Really, all you need to become a good knitter are wool, needles, hands, and slightly below-average.

No idle hands here.

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Postcard Trachten Niederlande, Zeeland, Frauen häkeln
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Really, all you need to become a good knitter are wool, needles, hands, and slightly below-average.

Postcard Trachten Niederlande, Zeeland, Frauen häkeln

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Welsh knitter - 1875 from Stitch Diva Studio
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Traditional Welsh costume with stunning hats from around 1900 Continue reading →

Knitting in a top hat - Wales 1875

First appeared during the the Welsh hat worn by women as part of Welsh national costume is a tall stovepipe-style hat, similar to a t.

ravengoodwoman: “dontlovewilloughby: “ ravengoodwoman: “ workman: “ ethnoworld: ” What. I want to wear a top hat while knitting now. ” Pssh, Elizabeth, that is no mere top hat!

Welsh knitter - 1875 from Stitch Diva Studio

Welsh knitter - 1875 from Stitch Diva Studio
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via blogspot lori times five - detail from the great tapestry of scotland -
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via blogspot lori times five - detail from the great tapestry of scotland -

via blogspot lori times five - detail from the great tapestry of scotland -
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Swedish traditional babywearing.
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Swedish woman and child

The term folkdräkt can only be used to describe well-documented and locally distinctive forms of dress.

hiking, knitting, and packing a kid.

I actually have pics of my grandmom, my mom, myself, Hannah and Katie all in them.

Swedish traditional babywearing.

Swedish traditional babywearing.
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The Little Knitter by The Black Apple
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The Little Knitter Print -- I've wanted this for years. Local artist, hangs in the bathroom at Happy Knits

knitter, in my craft room by the black apple

Just discovered this amazing artist from Oregon!

I have a hunch will have a gran-daughter like her.

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Rita Haywoprth
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I've seen a lot of photos of movie stars knitting but this is the first time I've seen Grace Kelly (correction: Ginger Rogers) knitting.

Ginger Rogers knits while some old broad gives her the stink-eye

Ginger Rogers, knitting on the set of Vivacious Lady, circa 1938

Not only did she dance in high heels backwards but Ginger Rogers, knit.

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Postcard showing 'Herring Lasses off Duty' - two typical 'Scotch' Girls (as they were known) off duty, knitting needles in hands.  This was a regular sight in town, seeing them walking around town, knitting and chatting as they went. Every spare moment was taken up with knitting when they weren't packing the fish barrels. Knitters created their own stitch patterns often taking ideas from the Scottish herring girls' work.  Norfolk England, Sheringham Museum

Cordova Gansey Project - The Long Story (cont.) - The Net Loft Traditional Handcrafts

Lucille Ball Knitting - In her early blonde days

Original caption:Patricia Wilder, Anne Shirley, and Lucille Ball, (left to right), are the three young ladies studiously applying themselves to their "knit one purl one" between scenes on the RKO Radio lot in Hollywood.

Shetland Islands, Scotland | Old interior | Photograph | Vintage Source by carolynepolson

Shetland Islands, Scotland

A shawl knitter in Scotland in (She's not knitting for fun, rather, she's knitting for basic economic survival).

Joan Crawford teaching Ann Blyth to knit on "Mildred Pierce."

Joan Crawford teaching Ann Blyth to knit on the set of "Mildred Pierce"

Lady Knitting Tully Filmus (1904-1998) American Read more HERE and HERE

Seamstresses in Fine Art-Tully Filmus

Mending Time...There is just something about this I love.Reminds me of my grandmother.

St Edmund's Crafty Knitters (Downham Market, Norfolk): Knit for Victory - knitting garments during drive to provide goods to servicemen and women during the war - all from Life Magazine -

Love their smiles.  Wish our country still shared that much patriotism now.

UK WWII : Women ambulance drivers of the Waterloo and Crosby Ambulance Service knitting socks for soldiers.

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