Are you addicted to watching Nordic Noir? A fan of Scandinavian crime drama such as The Killing, The Bridge, Wallander, The Eagle, Unit One or Anna Pihl? In which the northern weather always seems to be bleak, dark and cold to match the melancholy of the setting? Remember, our winter is coming and soon we too will feel the chill of bitter winds. While you sitting immersed in these crime DVDs, why not prepare for the cooler weather by making something warm? Or just try out some Nordic themed needlecrafts? You can reserve all of these titles through the One Card Network online catalogue, or enquire next time you visit the Library.
Nordic Knitting Traditions, 25 Scandinavian, Icelandic and Fair Isle Accessories. By Susan Anderson-Freed.
Knit hats, gloves, mittens, socks and leg warmers.
Quick Icelandic Knits. Sweaters, Hats, Socks, Mittens and more. By Gun Birgirsdottir. Lots of woolly jumpers!
Includes instructions for felted hats, childrens’ slippers and bags.
Helga Isager interprets fashion trends from 1900 to 1990 in fresh contemporary designs.
Knitting Scandinavian Slippers and Socks. By Laura Farson.
Baby knits from around the world : 20 heirloom projects in a variety of styles and techniques. Edited by Kari Cornell.
Knitting patterns for infant’s clothing from around the world, including knits of Scandinavia.
Nordic crafts : over 30 projects inspired by Scandinavian style. By Mia Underwood.
Make some lovely things with simple elegant motifs, such as the felt bag on the cover.
Knitting in the Nordic tradition. By Vibeke Lind. English translation by Annette Allen Jensen.
150 Scandinavian knitting designs. By Mary Jane Mucklestone.
Authentic designs with acual-size swatches, charts and alternative colourways.
Traditional embroidery, tapestry, and knitting motifs from Setesdal, in the south of Norway, are brilliantly re-conceived in this fabulously fresh collection of knitting projects from Arne and Carlos.
Crochet : Scandinavian style. By Eva Wincent & Paula Hammerskog.
Scandinavian designs in red and white : craft and sew 55 beautiful projects for the home. By Nadja Knab-Leers, Heike Roland, Stefanie Thomas.
The Killing Handbook : Forbrydelsen forever! By Emma Kennedy [foreword by Sofie Grabol].
Includes a knitting pattern for the Faroe Islands jumper worn by detective Sarah Lund in the Danish television series The Killing.