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Raised by artists in the wilds of the Hudson Valley (her father was a well known science fiction illustrator in his day), Norah was immersed in both art and the needle arts from an early age and honed her skills participating in 4-H for much of her childhood. One of those annoying students who always sat in the front row and raised her hand too much, Norah went on to earn a degree in Biology and Art from Brown University. During the years that followed she concentrated on her greatest love, knitting. She worked first as a freelancer for yarn companies and knitting magazines, then as the design director of JCA and, more recently, at Berroco, where she headed up the design team and published 16 eponymous booklets. Norah’s upbringing, schooling, and experience coalesce in her two hardcover volumes, Knitting Nature, and Norah Gaughan’s Knitted Cable Sourcebook.

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If you purchase the print + pdf bundle, we will mail you a printed copy, and you will also receive a pdf copy in the same manner as above.

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Framework: Ten Architectural Knits

$ 24

Format:

Norah Gaughan combines her love of geometry and her mastery of innovative construction in Framework: Ten Architectural Knits, a collection of ten breezy pieces worked in Quince & Co’s organic linen yarns, Kestrel and Sparrow.

9½" x 10½", 88 pages

Read our Q&A with the author on the blog

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Raised by artists in the wilds of the Hudson Valley (her father was a well known science fiction illustrator in his day), Norah was immersed in both art and the needle arts from an early age and honed her skills participating in 4-H for much of her childhood. One of those annoying students who always sat in the front row and raised her hand too much, Norah went on to earn a degree in Biology and Art from Brown University. During the years that followed she concentrated on her greatest love, knitting. She worked first as a freelancer for yarn companies and knitting magazines, then as the design director of JCA and, more recently, at Berroco, where she headed up the design team and published 16 eponymous booklets. Norah’s upbringing, schooling, and experience coalesce in her two hardcover volumes, Knitting Nature, and Norah Gaughan’s Knitted Cable Sourcebook.

Available in print or as a pdf. If purchased as a pdf, you will receive an email with a link for downloading the pdf. You can also access your pdfs from your account page.

If you purchase the print + pdf bundle, we will mail you a printed copy, and you will also receive a pdf copy in the same manner as above.

We offer a range of shipment options through USPS. The shipping cost will depend on order size and destination - our shipping pricing comes directly from USPS.

Shipping is free on orders over $50 shipped within the contiguous US until December 4th only! $9.50 flat-rate shipping for Alaskan and Hawaiian orders over $150.

You will receive a shipping confirmation, including a tracking number once we process your order. We are a small team, and this may take up to 2 business days. For more information on shipping please see our FAQs.