Wenche Roald and Annichen Sibbern Bøhn

Inspiring Norwegian Knitting Patterns

Modern colors and cuts meet classic Norwegian knitting patterns!

In this magnificent knitting book you will find patterns for beautiful and modern garments, based on the charts in Annichen Sibbern Bøhn's classic Norwegian knitting patterns from 1929. The book was the country's first collection of traditional, Norwegian knitting patterns and has since become a collector's item and an inspiration for keen knitters and designers. in domestic and abroad.

Based on these classic patterns, knitting designer Wenche Roald has created new patterns for varied and beautiful knitwear for the whole family - from cardigans and sweaters to hats, mittens and baby blankets.

Overall, this is an inspiring work for both new and advanced knitters, and for those who want to think creatively in their own knitting projects!

Wenche Roald and Annichen Sibbern Bøhn

Originalrgb portrett   kvadratisk wenche roald
Photo Credit: Sara Johannessen

Wenche Roald (1965-) is the designer of the beautiful and colorful knitwear that you can find behind the popular profiles @wroald on Instagram and @knitnetty on Ravelry and on the website Wenches hobby blog. Wenche knitted her first masks already as a five-year-old, and it didn't take long before she knitted both bags for the dolls and nose warmers for the father.

Annichen Sibbern Bøhn(1905-1978) was a Norwegian knitting designer and author. She is best known for her collection of Norwegian knitting patterns, which in 1929 led to the publication of the book Norwegian knitting patterns. She worked at the Norwegian Folk Museum when she started collecting the patterns, and her collection of knitting patterns laid the foundation for the diversity of knitting patterns known in Norway today. The patterns she collected were, among other things, the famous garments setesdalskoftaand selbuvotten.

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Edited August 30, 2019 by Cappelen Damm Agency