Knit a sweater from the January/February 2015 issue that was inspired by one worn by Crown Prince Harald of Norway when his family fled the Nazis in 1940.
Notre-Dame shines as an example of early Gothic structure with its massive flying buttresses that offset the weight of the tall walls.
This mitten pattern is based on a pair of Sami mittens I saw in Lulea, Sweden, at the Norrbottens Museum.
The “Bonnie Rose Baby Bonnet to Crochet” by Laura Ricketts, makes an extra special gift for a new addition to your family. Filet-crochet roses and a customizable insert make this baby bonnet a true family heirloom.
Tying traditional Orthodox prayer knots is a complex procedure and involves multiple movements for each completed knot.
The Sami people are Scandinavia’s only United Nations–recognized indigenous people. Formerly called “Lapps,” the Sami people now consider that name an ethnic slur. They prefer to be called by their self-name, Sami.