Stranded colourwork is a rewarding technique with a fascinating heritage, and it’s far simpler to master than it looks!
Fair Isle is a term familiar to most knitters, and although nowadays it’s often used to describe any kind of stranded colourwork knitting, the technique comes from a small Shetland Island called, of course, Fair Isle. The technique has been traced back to 1850s on the island.
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