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Nålebinding

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Nålebinding

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Nålebinding / Nalbinding: Oslo stitch around a dowel.

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Make Your Own Medieval Learns about Viking Nålebinding

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Nålebinding - Making a hat, part 2

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Nålebinding - sokker

Nålebinding is a fabric creation technique predating both knitting and crochet. Also known in English as "knotless netting," "knotless knitting," or "single needle knitting," the technique is distinct from crochet in that it involves passing the full length of the working thread through each loop, unlike crochet where the work is formed only of loops, never involving the free end. It also differs from knitting in that lengths must be pieced together during the process of nålebinding, rather than a continuous strand of yarn that can easily be pulled out. Archaeological specimens of fabric made by nålebinding can be difficult to distinguish from knitted fabric.
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