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3/2015 - Added new stitch
FS 3+1, variant, "Nemi's Back Weave"

3/2015 - Added new stitch Finnish Stitch 2+1 plaited edge Räisälä

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Nalbinding

In this website you can find nalbinding videos, and instructions on how to make nalbinding mittens.

"In the past years nalbinding has become a 'fashionable' hobby"


- Toini-Inkeri Kaukonen,
56 years ago (1960)

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Turning Stitch, version 2, 1+tl+3, Näshulta

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Näshulta Stitch 1+turn left+3 F2
front side
F2 on the upper part of the sample, F1 bottom
 
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Näshulta Stitch 1+turn left+3 F2
reverse side
F2 on the upper part of the sample, F1 bottom
 

Näshulta is one of the three stitches mentioned in the year book 2011 of the Swedish Södermanland's Local History Society. 

In the book it says to make the first row, foundation row, at the mitten top using Brodén Stitch, and then continue using Näshulta Stitch. 

In this nalbinding stitch there are 2 thumb loops at the beginning, the upper one is picked up from back to front, and then 3 other loops from behind the thumb are picked up. Connection stitch is F2.