• Please welcome a fine work of handicraft art, where traditional Estonian knitting style is combined with Seto patterns. And this is not an ordinary pattern, but it has traveled to Siberia with expatriates from Seto area in South-East Estonia and back to home-land with folklorist, who were researching them few years ago. Similar pair is currently on an exhibition called "Siberian Seto Floral Patterns" (please see more info at http://kagukudujad.blogspot.com/2013/02/meenutusi-naituse-avamiselt-vorumaa.html). Tightly knitted using 0-size needles and DK weight yarn. The pink and green yarns are hand dyed, 100% Estonian wool. The dark brown is natural sheep color. They are perfect to block wind and wear in winter. The cuff is finely cabled. The gloves are color-worked all the way to the fingertips, which makes them warmer than average thin one-layer gloves. The yarn being rather thin makes them very comfortable to wear and they fit like a second skin. Women's size.
  • Knitted mostly with two colored yarn in traditional Estonian fair-isle style. The wrists are knitted in the entralac technique using matching shades, some blues and yellow. The pattern comes from Helme area in historic Mulgi Region, nowadays Valga County. It is an ancient geometrical pattern, depicting crosses and rhombi. It is called an Elk Horn Pattern. Tightly knitted using 0-size needles and DK weight yarn. The yarns are hand dyed, 100% wool from Estonia. They are perfect to block wind and wear in winter. The gloves are color-worked all the way to the fingertips, which makes them warmer than average thin one-layer gloves. The yarn being rather thin makes them very comfortable to wear and they fit like a second skin. Women's size.
  • Please welcome a fine work of handicraft art, where traditional Estonian knitting style is combined with Seto patterns. And this is not an ordinary pattern, but it has traveled to Siberia with expatriates from Seto area in South-East Estonia and back to home-land with folklorist, who were researching them few years ago. Tightly knitted using 0-size needles and DK weight yarn. The blue and green yarns are hand dyed, 100% Estonian wool. The off-white is natural sheep color. They are perfect to block wind and wear in winter. The cuff is finely lacy. The gloves are color-worked all the way to the fingertips, which makes them warmer than average thin one-layer gloves. The yarn being rather thin makes them very comfortable to wear and they fit like a second skin. Women's size.
  • Knitted mostly with two colored yarn in traditional Estonian fair-isle style. The wrists are knitted in the entrelac technique using all kind of shades of red and orange. The pattern comes from Petseri area in Setoland, currently in Pskovs Oblast, Russia. It is an ancient geometrical pattern, depicting a flower on a stem. Another charming interpretation I have heard is following: the stem or tree is something the souls can climb on and reach to heaven, the bloom. Tightly knitted using 0-size needles and DK weight yarn. All the colored yarns are hand dyed, 100% wool from Estonia. The off-white is natural sheep color. They are perfect to block wind and wear in winter. The gloves are color-worked all the way to the fingertips, which makes them warmer than average thin one-layer gloves. The yarn being rather thin makes them very comfortable to wear and they fit like a second skin. Women's size.
  • Knitted with three yarns (red, pink and turquoise) in traditional Estonian fair-isle style. The pattern comes from Seto area, ESTONIA. Tightly knitted using 0-size needles and DK weight yarn. All the yarns are hand dyed, 100% wool from Estonia. They are perfect to block wind and wear in winter. Beautiful triangular ribbing is adding elegance to this fine pair. The gloves are color-worked all the way to the fingertips, which makes them warmer than average thin one-layer gloves. The yarn being rather thin makes them very comfortable to wear and they fit like a second skin. Women's size.
  • Knitted with three colored yarn in traditional Estonian fair-isle style. The pattern comes from Irboska area in Setoland, ESTONIA. It is an intricate round motif, depicting waves and circles and crosses. Women in older days were very eager to accommodate new motifs which warriors brought home from far away lands or exotic merchants were selling in towns. This motif is most probably of Roman origin.Tightly knitted using 0-size needles and DK weight yarn. All the yarns are hand dyed, all 100% wool from Estonia. They are perfect to block wind and wear in winter. Beautiful triangular ribbing is very elegant, like a bracelet around your wrist. The gloves are color-worked all the way to the fingertips, which makes them warmer than average thin one-layer gloves. The yarn being rather thin makes them very comfortable to wear and they fit like a second skin. Approx women's size 7.
  • Please welcome a fine work of handicraft art, where traditional Estonian knitting style is combined with Seto patterns. And this is not an ordinary pattern, but it has traveled to Siberia with expatriates from Seto area in South-East Estonia and back to home-land with folklorist, who were researching them few years ago. Tightly knitted using 0-size needles and DK weight yarn. The red and green yarns are hand dyed, 100% Estonian wool. The dark brown is natural sheep color. They are perfect to block wind and wear in winter. The triangular cuff is a nice touch to this beauty. The gloves are color-worked all the way to the fingertips, which makes them warmer than average thin one-layer gloves. The yarn being rather thin makes them very comfortable to wear and they fit like a second skin. Women's size.
  • Knitted with three yarns (two shades of purple and green) in traditional Estonian fair-isle style. The pattern is widely used throughout ESTONIA. Tightly knitted using 0-size needles and DK weight yarn. All the yarns are hand dyed, 100% wool from Estonia. They are perfect to block wind and wear in winter. Beautiful triangular ribbing is adding elegance to this fine pair. The gloves are color-worked all the way to the fingertips, which makes them warmer than average thin one-layer gloves. The yarn being rather thin makes them very comfortable to wear and they fit like a second skin. Women's size.

  • Knitted with mostly three yarns (yellow, blue and off-white) in traditional Estonian fair-isle style. The pattern comes from Helme area in Valga County, historig Mulgi Region in ESTONIA. Tightly knitted using 0-size needles and DK weight yarn. The blue and yellow yarns are hand dyed, 100% wool from Estonia. The off-white is natural sheep color. They are perfect to block wind and wear in winter. Beautiful lacy ribbing is adding elegance to this fine pair. The gloves are color-worked all the way to the fingertips, which makes them warmer than average thin one-layer gloves. The yarn being rather thin makes them very comfortable to wear and they fit like a second skin. Women's size.
  • Knitted mostly with two colored yarn in traditional Estonian fair-isle style. The wrists are knitted in the entralac technique using matching shades, some blues and pinks. The pattern comes from Väike-Maarja area in Lääne-Viru County. It is an ancient geometrical pattern, depicting sieve and rhombi. Sieve pattern has a very deep underlying meaning separating good from evil, heavy from light etc. Tightly knitted using 0-size needles and DK weight yarn. The yarns are hand dyed, 100% wool from Estonia. They are perfect to block wind and wear in winter. The gloves are color-worked all the way to the fingertips, which makes them warmer than average thin one-layer gloves. The yarn being rather thin makes them very comfortable to wear and they fit like a second skin. Women's size.

  • Knitted mostly with two colored yarn in traditional Estonian fair-isle style. The wrists are knitted in the entralac technique using matching shades and some pinks. I don't know the origin of this pattern, but it is an ancient geometrical pattern, depicting crosses, stars and suns. Tightly knitted using 0-size needles and DK weight yarn. The yarns are hand dyed, 100% wool from Estonia. They are perfect to block wind and wear in winter. The gloves are color-worked all the way to the fingertips, which makes them warmer than average thin one-layer gloves. The yarn being rather thin makes them very comfortable to wear and they fit like a second skin. Women's size.
  • Knitted mostly with three colored yarn in traditional Estonian fair-isle style. The wrists are knitted in the entrelac technique using matching shades, some pinks and reds. The pattern comes from Irboska area in Setoland, currently in Pskovs Oblast, Russia. It is an ancient geometrical pattern, depicting crosses and circles, which are very common Seto motifs. Tightly knitted using 0-size needles and DK weight yarn. The yarns are hand dyed, 100% wool from Estonia. They are perfect to block wind and wear in winter. The gloves are color-worked all the way to the fingertips, which makes them warmer than average thin one-layer gloves. The yarn being rather thin makes them very comfortable to wear and they fit like a second skin. Women's size.
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