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Ganseys are sweaters that were developed in 19th-century England for hardworking fishermen. These simple, square garments provide the modern knitter with a wide variety of classic designs.
Ganseys are sweaters that developed in 19th-century England as hard-wearing garments for hard-working fishermen. Characterized by their dense, dark yarns, rich pattern combinations, and dropped shoulders, these simple square garments provide the modern knitter with a template for a wide variety of classic designs. Detailed, step-by-step line drawings and photographs, sidebars, and formulas help the reader build a foundation of skills. Pattern graphs and instructions for six of the author's own designs are included.
Includes bibliographical references (p. 150) and index.