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Heirloom Knitting's Love Darg Shetland Shawls: With Aunt Kate's… (2010)

by Sharon Miller

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Sharon Miller begins with a 1910 publication, Aunt Kate's Home Knitter, that contains what Miller believes to be the first true gossamer lace Shetland shawl pattern to be published. To this she adds history, vintage and modern photos, a complete modern pattern including large color charts, a complete facsimile of the original 1910 pattern, and more than you would ever want to know about Shetland lace shawls. ( )
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For my Mother, whose collections of old knitting patterns and books were an inspiration.
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