100 thoughts on “Old Norwegian Cast On, Beautiful Scalloped Knitted Border

  1. Mam ye design k lye fande b aap wale hi padenge…….ye hum his tarah fande daalte h….USSe b ye design ban skta he…..?

  2. Thank you so much for this video. I have been making knitted lace for decades. It is so hard to find new patterns. I will be looking at your other videos and loving every new skill and insight I receive. Thank you again.

  3. I was absolutely enthralled by this! I hope to someday be confident enough in my own knitting ability to attempt this! c:

  4. Knitting knife crochet paradise, I think the typo was at 9:35. I love this technique so much I watched it for two minutes before I had to get needles and yarn. Your labels and great camera setup (or should I call it camera work?) made it easy to see preciously what you were doing to create this beautiful edge.

  5. May I ask for the link to the lace pattern that goes with this border? You indicated one in the description and I'd love to try it

  6. This is absolutely gorgeous! I would to use this border on each end of a prayer shawl, but I'm unsure how I could do this border on the ending of a shawl. Any suggestions?

  7. Very pretty, I love the tutorial with music.also the henna tattoos.I am Norwegian so maybe I should learn this.love from South Milwaukee WI.😉

  8. me gusta mucho tus diseños pero también traducir y explicar en l castellano amiga . muchas gracias

  9. I like your method of teaching including the written pattern which is easy to follow. Your mehndi looks really nice.

  10. Bravo
    صلوا علي النبي محمد رسول الله
    ندعوكم الاشتراك في قناتي
    عندنا افكار رائعه وحصريه ستعجبكم بإذن الله 💓💗💜💟

  11. Aunque no hablamos la misma lengua, explicas de una manera tan buena que lo entendí perfectamente.
    Muchas gracias por compartir con nosotros tus talentos.
    Saludos cordiales desde Tucumán Argentina.

  12. Really beautiful!!
    Just a question, by a very beginner: do we cast on 11Xs+3, as mentioned above, or 11Xs+2? If I cast on 11Xs+3, 3sts instead of 2sts remain at the end of the 3d row to be knitted.

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