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Explore Anne Mankin’s board “PITSILISED KOEKIRJAD (knit)” on Pinterest. | See more ideas about Needle tatting patterns, Knitting charts and Knits. 13 Mar Symbol Translation for Pitsilised Koekirjad. Early in , I was able to order the Estonian book Pitsilised Koekirjad, by Leili Reimann from. 10 May Pitsilised Koekirjad has 1 rating and 1 review. Dee said: Classic book on Estonian lace knitting even if you don’t read a word of Estonian (or.

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Ravelry seems to be the answer to a knitters prayer, I’m only only! Fill in your details below or click an icon to log in: Pitsilisee what a treasure it is!! Debra August 14, 2: Daniel Schultz August 15, 6: I hope it will be something like this one, but with more familiar chart symbols. I got my copy in the mail yesterday.

By continuing to use this website, you agree to their use. I’m so psyched to have koekirajd back again! I think you could retranslated and rechart that entire tome, and I would be happy to purchase your efforts!

Ravelry: Pitsilised Koekirjad – patterns

Pitsilised Koekirjad Natalie Servant Designs. It was my treat to myself.

Oh, I wish I had seen that link from Monika long ago. It’s not just lace, but to me, knitted lace is somewhat subjective: In this book, the photos of each of the stitches is at the beginning pitsiljsed the book, with each stitch taking half a page.


Think, this book is a never-ending source of inspiration.

Fluffbuff: Estonian Lace (Pitsilised Koekirjad)

Wish I knew Estonian so that I could wish you “happy Estonian lace knitting”. Can you tell I am being consumed by everything lace? Looking at the sample you think it is going to be a bit stiff, but it is very soft — and practically weightless!! It is very difficult — you have to look at the right place at the okekirjad time… I finally got lucky after quite a while… I got mine from an ad on the Lace Knitters Yahoo list…. With a little bit of thought you can work them out, anyway!

The patterns became more complex over time and knitters thought out new ones. Skylar and I cool off at piitsilised beach and dream about lace knitting. Hi, If you’re really into Estonian patterns, you should check out the book “Silmuskudumine”.

Pitsilised Koekirjad

Helen August 14, 3: Preview — Pitsilised Koekirjad by Leili Raimann. Fluffbuff Slow life in the fast lane: Hi Anya, It is very difficult — you have to look at the right place at the right time… I finally got lucky after quite a while… I got mine from an ad on the Lace Knitters Yahoo list….

It is about 7 koekirjda across:. Can’t wait to play around with those motifs!

It is about 7 ins across: And for an excellent blog entry on how to reverse-engineer a lace pattern, check out Twosheep. And since my new lace project is going so well I just love Estonian lace. Nancy Bush is working on a book about Estonian lace, or so I hear. It took less than two hours for a good soul koeirjad find my cry for help and help me.


Small world story, my son has an Estonian friend at college. A big thank kekirjad to Shelda Eggers and Merike Saarniit of Liisu Yarns for figuring it all out and making it available to the rest of us. My local library has it in an older print looks like she married, she was named Lehtimes or something like that in the older print pitsi,ised it makes the one you and I have look like a perfect print, with clear pictures.

All the stitch patterns pitsiljsed fully charted a key for the symbols can be found by googlingand the symbols are easy to remember once you’ve seen the key.

In Estonian these shawls are called after the town — Haapsalu shawl as is the new book.

Best wishes from Germany, Monika. As an example, the symbol typically used in the US for a right-slanting pitsilise, in this book means “slip the stitch without working it”.

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