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14th century wool nalbound muffler from Novgorod - from Dubuisson,, Marguerite (1967) “La bonneterie au Moyen Âge” in The Bulletin of the Needle and Bobbin Club, vol. 50, nos. 1-2, p. 37 plate II
How to needlebind a sweater, raglan version. Start from bottom of sweater as well as bottom of the sleeves, assemble/attach sleeves in armpits, continue around the upper side of the sleeve, and onwards and make decreases along raglan "seams" (possibly also in the sides). Illustration by Eva Bolinder / miravisu @ flickr
Art and Replica Gallery 5
"Looped string bag created from the twisted cordage of seven different plant materials. The 2-ply string was made from (starting from the bottom of the bag) the leaves of New Zealand flax, yucca and chambira palm, along with the bast fibers of hau, stinging nettle, milkweed and dogbane. The bag was attached to a plaited rattan backpack."