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【转载】 大爱英国小王子的蕾丝毯子

2013-08-15  紫韵的休...
英国新生小王子的新闻无疑是最近的大热门,王子啊婴儿啊什么的最有爱了。

从织女的眼光出发,在小王子出院的新闻中,我最关注的,还是裹在小王子身上的那条毯子……

下面是我找到的比较清晰的大图:
New Prince swaddled in knitted lace - 大爱英国小王子的蕾丝毯子[花样图解搜索中] [我和我的小伙伴们都被它吸引了!] - 舒舒爱折腾 - 上班折腾打印机,下班奶娃打毛衣
 
New Prince swaddled in knitted lace - 大爱英国小王子的蕾丝毯子[花样图解搜索中] [我和我的小伙伴们都被它吸引了!] - 舒舒爱折腾 - 上班折腾打印机,下班奶娃打毛衣
 
New Prince swaddled in knitted lace - 大爱英国小王子的蕾丝毯子[花样图解搜索中] [我和我的小伙伴们都被它吸引了!] - 舒舒爱折腾 - 上班折腾打印机,下班奶娃打毛衣
 

平针主体,小镂空花样,钻石花边,款式简单而优美,织女们,是不是觉得这条毯子有搞头?
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事实上,这条毯子不是手工编织,而是机器织的,手工收边。 
此处有售,45欧,价格还不算太离谱,小王子出院的新闻出街后,这条毯子就卖光了,目前要等预定两个月才能买到。
http://www.ghhurt.com/baby-shawls/product/super-fine-merino-wool-christening-shawl.html
New Prince swaddled in knitted lace - 大爱英国小王子的蕾丝毯子[花样图解搜索中] [我和我的小伙伴们都被它吸引了!] - 舒舒爱折腾 - 上班折腾打印机,下班奶娃打毛衣
 下面是我在网站上找的大图
New Prince swaddled in knitted lace - 大爱英国小王子的蕾丝毯子[花样图解搜索中] [我和我的小伙伴们都被它吸引了!] - 舒舒爱折腾 - 上班折腾打印机,下班奶娃打毛衣
 
 
New Prince swaddled in knitted lace - 大爱英国小王子的蕾丝毯子[花样图解搜索中] [我和我的小伙伴们都被它吸引了!] - 舒舒爱折腾 - 上班折腾打印机,下班奶娃打毛衣
 这个钻石花边是起伏针无疑。

在这个链接中,也找到一条卖40欧不到的近似款。
New Prince swaddled in knitted lace - 大爱英国小王子的蕾丝毯子[花样图解搜索中] [我和我的小伙伴们都被它吸引了!] - 舒舒爱折腾 - 上班折腾打印机,下班奶娃打毛衣
 
New Prince swaddled in knitted lace - 大爱英国小王子的蕾丝毯子[花样图解搜索中] [我和我的小伙伴们都被它吸引了!] - 舒舒爱折腾 - 上班折腾打印机,下班奶娃打毛衣
 
New Prince swaddled in knitted lace - 大爱英国小王子的蕾丝毯子[花样图解搜索中] [我和我的小伙伴们都被它吸引了!] - 舒舒爱折腾 - 上班折腾打印机,下班奶娃打毛衣
 
关于这条毯子的新闻的其他链接。


在Ravelry上,关于这条毯子的讨论已经翻了十页:
看来,世界各地的织女眼光都是相似的,大家都讨论着要亲手山寨一条出来。
Bump_opti_small2


这条毯子花边的钻石花样,无疑让人联想到shetland lace或orenburg lace。
下面贴一些花样,说不定能给你一些启迪。(大部分来源书籍来自沫羽博客,特此鸣谢)
实际上,我找的花样,比小王子身上那条机器织的毛毯花样还要复杂……

the Knitter issue 45
The Knitter 45 - 紫苏 - 紫苏的博客
The Knitter 45 - 紫苏 - 紫苏的博客
The Knitter 45 - 紫苏 - 紫苏的博客
附上刊误

There is an errata in the Anniken Allis 'Himani' shawl in Issue 45.

Row 11 should read as follows:

Sl 1 wyif, K1, (yo, K1, sk2po, K1, yo, K1) three times, K5, *(K2tog, yo, K1) twice, K6, (yo, SSK, K1) twice, K2, rep from *, K3, (yo, K1, sk2po, K1, yo, K1) three times, K1.

There is also some errata for the Pimlico bag by Sarah Hatton in the Subscriber exclusive knitalong for The Knitter issue 45.

The upper strap pattern set-up should read as follows:

Next row: Cast on 9 sts onto left-hand needle, (K1, P1) 4 times, K1, Sl 1, patt 17, K1.

Next row: Cast on 9 sts onto left-hand needle, (P1, K1) 4 times, P1, Sl 1, patt 17, P1, (P1, K1) 4 times, P1.

Wendy Knit Lace - 沫羽 - 沫羽编织后花园
Wendy Knit Lace - 沫羽 - 沫羽编织后花园
Wendy Knit Lace - 沫羽 - 沫羽编织后花园
Wendy Knit Lace - 沫羽 - 沫羽编织后花园

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Easy Everyday Openwork  Lace -  2013 春 - 沫羽 - 沫羽编织后花园
Easy Everyday Openwork  Lace -  2013 春 - 沫羽 - 沫羽编织后花园
Easy Everyday Openwork  Lace -  2013 春 - 沫羽 - 沫羽编织后花园
Easy Everyday Openwork  Lace -  2013 春 - 沫羽 - 沫羽编织后花园
Easy Everyday Openwork  Lace -  2013 春 - 沫羽 - 沫羽编织后花园


The Gossamer Webs Design Collection - 沫羽 - 沫羽编织后花园
The Gossamer Webs Design Collection - 沫羽 - 沫羽编织后花园


The Gossamer Webs Design Collection - 沫羽 - 沫羽编织后花园

The Gossamer Webs Design Collection - 沫羽 - 沫羽编织后花园
蕾丝披肩 - 沫羽 - 沫羽编织后花园
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Wrapped in Lace - 沫羽 - 沫羽编织后花园
Wrapped in Lace - 沫羽 - 沫羽编织后花园

New Prince swaddled in knitted lace - 大爱英国小王子的蕾丝毯子[花样图解搜索中] [我和我的小伙伴们都被它吸引了!] - 舒舒爱折腾 - 上班折腾打印机,下班奶娃打毛衣
   
New Prince swaddled in knitted lace - 大爱英国小王子的蕾丝毯子[花样图解搜索中] [我和我的小伙伴们都被它吸引了!] - 舒舒爱折腾 - 上班折腾打印机,下班奶娃打毛衣
 
New Prince swaddled in knitted lace - 大爱英国小王子的蕾丝毯子[花样图解搜索中] [我和我的小伙伴们都被它吸引了!] - 舒舒爱折腾 - 上班折腾打印机,下班奶娃打毛衣
 
New Prince swaddled in knitted lace - 大爱英国小王子的蕾丝毯子[花样图解搜索中] [我和我的小伙伴们都被它吸引了!] - 舒舒爱折腾 - 上班折腾打印机,下班奶娃打毛衣
 
Haapsalu sall - 沫羽 - 沫羽编织后花园
Haapsalu sall - 沫羽 - 沫羽编织后花园
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俄罗斯织女Lily率先出了一个图解,不过她不厚道,挂出来一天后就把花样的售价改成15刀来卖。

聪明的织女,肯定不会真的花钱去买啦。顺藤摸瓜,找到她的博客,发现,嘿,果然有料!
http://russianfibers.blogspot.jp/2013/07/royal-baby-shawl.html

Tuesday, July 23, 2013

Royal baby shawl

It turned out the media went a bit baby crazy last couple of days or better to say many days before that.
So, today the news brought some pictures of a royal baby shawl.

 the lace looks familiar. English knitting frame lace. It turns out there is a bit of history to it. At the turn of the 19-20-th century the demand for Orenburg lace in Zar's Russia was so high that some importing of the shawl from what is modern UK now has happen. Those shawl were made of wool on knitting frames. Russian folk found this automation quite interesting and has invited the English businessman to Russia. WWI has happen and there was far many a things quite far from lace at that time. Long story short frame lace from wool never made it to Russia. But the lace production existed in UK and from what I know it still does. he shawl on the picture look like a commercial shawl. and thanks to many of photographers at the event there was quite a bit of photos of the baby.
Remembering my old habits and ability to reproduce practically any Russian lace by the picture (not that rare of the skill set among Orenburg pro's when it comes to it, yep, signature lace patterns are not shown to neighbors just the same way as it was for laces made in UK).
The lace turned out to be quite simple and counts to even number of the spacing, at least if Russian lace shawl would be made that is the chart of it (reduced in size of course very much).
New Prince swaddled in knitted lace - 大爱英国小王子的蕾丝毯子[花样图解搜索中] [我和我的小伙伴们都被它吸引了!] - 舒舒爱折腾 - 上班折腾打印机,下班奶娃打毛衣
 I looked closely at the frame shawl construction and it does look quite similar to how Orenshal makes factory made warm shawl. Of course the body is stockinette in there and the wide borders are garter stitch based. Classic Russian warm shawl is constructed differently, and the pattern does count like the classic Orenburg warm shawl lace. Made me wonder about it for quite some time and think about the lace of different regions many miles and seas apart where lace makers did not know about each others existence and yet the lace counts same and shares the same math in it's core. Shetland and Orenburg, they come from the places many miles apart. It's quite fascinating.
Yeah, baby blankets are such a nice things...

Dear Catherine, Duchess of Cambridge, thank you for choosing such a nice and thoughtful (remembering 31 years ago event) baby blanket. And gifting me a nice fun evening charting. Best of luck to new parents and many wonderful days.
I did see one of my favorite pattern 'лада - леля' (the diamond with a < closer to the inner part of the shawl, 3-rd прутик) on the shawl. It does bring some memories, personal family memories, of old times of people who are no longer with us. Thank you.

PS: the shawl does have the stockinette center it s clearly visible on this photo for example

 
and so many others, there are plenty of the close ups taken of the little one


PS: so after someone commented that the shawl is indeed from UK and machine made. Ok, where it was made really has picked my interest. Why so? Because not I really wonder if these folk are the same or related to the English businessman that were reproducing Orenburg lace shawl from wool at the turn of the century as I've posted in this very article earlier and if these folk have anything to do with
why so? There are many notes in English about frame knitting and Russian imports specifically of ala Orenburg shawls. for example this and I fonder now if Mr. Hurt or their relatives have anything to do with Henry Rhodes imports or the technology. The name of the city where Mr Hurt's business is is mentioned in that article. Their university has the department of Slavic studies, and I already found in one of the UK museums archives an old photo made by the brother of one of the famous Shetland knitter, and that's Orenburg medallion shawl. what do you know... how interesting the lace talk turns out. I did not quite expect to find 19-th century trace in the baby blanket. I wonder if that's where the patterns come from. And that's how old these are.

How did a Russian warm shawl pattern pattern ended up to be on the English item? I was wondering why did they cut diamonds and made our Russian kosoryadki look the way they are on it. Mine sure is constructed and worked differently, in my native tradition.

First pattern on the border is lelya, I used it for years, it is centuries old in Russian crafts from wood work to weaving to knitting and to name it. The second is diamonds from kosoryadki with the solid center. For some reason they cut it to 4 holes on that shawl. We do this kind of a thing differently so the lace does not pull. Russian work this pattern differently. The 3-rd is from kosoryadi as well, the patten called derevchiki. It's all over Orenburg shawls. all 4 base patterns are.
The center supposed to be glukhotinky, usually translates as strawberry. These folk used a different pattern as well.

What strikes me, how traditional Russian patterns got onto an English lace item. They made them look different. Russian do not knit the lace base elements the same way they did on that shawl. But the combo does read like a Russian warm shawl.
I wonder if they did it like what Orenshal does. They take a folk pattern and put it on their machine made item.
Folk patterns are not copyrighted. So commercial vendors use them.
It's good that the tradition has inspired someone. Even if it does not look like our lace anymore and they have changed the base patterns to the way how they understood them.

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这位博主估计跟我一样对这条毯子无比上心,觉得这条毯子跟传统的俄罗斯奥伦堡披肩有千丝万缕的关系,第二天又写了个帖子,关于俄罗斯编织中对数字4和13的忌讳,有点意思,大家可以看看

Wednesday, July 24, 2013

Shawl language and the numerical coding, follow up on royal baby lace post.

Traditional Russian lace is number coded. It has being for a long time. To do not tire the auditorium with things like Fibonacci sequences (which are all over Orenburg lace) and other math I'll get straight to the simple point. Certain numbers in Russian lace are avoided. coding on numbers like 4 and 13 (even if it's in the Fibonacci sequence the number is often enough "jumped" in the Russian lace, as well as 2 is "jumped" , and it's multiplication 4 sequential holes or 4 sequential lined).

This is the shawl holes based chart. In here the coding on 4 that exists in the lace that a vendor that used folk patterns has adopted.  
New Prince swaddled in knitted lace - 大爱英国小王子的蕾丝毯子[花样图解搜索中] [我和我的小伙伴们都被它吸引了!] - 舒舒爱折腾 - 上班折腾打印机,下班奶娃打毛衣
From the shawl language and the numerical coding Russian lace avoids 13 and 4. In many folk cultures and not only in Russian they do not gift 4 flowers to someone unless it's the very particular occasion. Same goes with 13 flowers or 13 of something, that many are just not given, the number is "jumped". Russian culture is not the only one where 12+1 number is "jumped" and avoided in the items. Same with 4.
It's not about the fact that the lace will mot match properly. It matches because the core of the Fibonacci sequence in the lace is present the same way it is present in nature.

So this one is the "base" used to set the diagonal lace alignment. 
New Prince swaddled in knitted lace - 大爱英国小王子的蕾丝毯子[花样图解搜索中] [我和我的小伙伴们都被它吸引了!] - 舒舒爱折腾 - 上班折腾打印机,下班奶娃打毛衣
and the diamond in there has 4 coding and it's cut to 4 as well. In Russian lace the base of 4 is not left to stay in the actual lace. this diamond has also embedded 13 inner number. and that number is traditionally broken by the lace to 5,3,5. does it mean that in old Russian wife tales 13 is not a bellowed number? I'd say yes. My family was avoiding coding any weaving or embroidery or lace to 4 and 13. The old ways of folk patterns were transferred from one to another, These days there are even dissertations written on the numerical coding of Russian weaving and embroidery.
It is applicable to Russian lace. The core of these folk patterns is the same. Materials differ.

Commercial lace when a designer adopts it to the machine at times looses the numerical coding of the lace. Or preserves only the part of it. Or leaves it to make a particular size/gauge item. That's what is a dividing point in hand made lace and the commercial lace. 
This is number coded core of the lace.

when a commercial lace is made I've seeing not once when the lace is filled or overfilled one step and so the diamonds become cut. The shawl the royal baby was wrapped into has the overstep case and becomes coded on 4. The designed so it looks an playis with the particular wool and the gauge.
The traditional item was different and having the same core of the Fibonacci sequence the coding of the lace is very different. One avoids coding to 4 and 13, the other does not.
New Prince swaddled in knitted lace - 大爱英国小王子的蕾丝毯子[花样图解搜索中] [我和我的小伙伴们都被它吸引了!] - 舒舒爱折腾 - 上班折腾打印机,下班奶娃打毛衣
The diamond with the same numerical coding that is the core of this shawl in my diamonds study. The diamond in the wide border is offset to match the lace scented to the particular subset of the Fibonacci sequence. Same way it comes from nature.
 
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一点点花边福利:
posted 3 days ago in Patterns

I’ve read a number of posts from people wishing the shawl had been hand knitted Shetland lace. Well not a shawl, but as you can see here in the photos and in a Shetland Times article, Sandra Manson (Jamieson & Smith) designed and knitted a Christening Gown for the Royal baby, which has been presented to Prince Charles.

It was knitted using Shetland Supreme one-ply worsted spun yarn

This is the link to the article about Sandra

Here are a couple of photos - the gown was presented to Prince Charles, presumably on his trip to Yorkshire earlier this week, by John Thorley from Campaign for Wool.

ShetlandGown2.jpg

ShetlandGown1.jpg

Sandra has some of her designs on Ravelry, so perhaps this Christening Gown pattern may also be published

ETA - elements of this pattern look similar to the one presented to Prince Charles, but I’m sure experience lace knitters will have a better idea about that

New Prince swaddled in knitted lace - 大爱英国小王子的蕾丝毯子[花样图解搜索中] [我和我的小伙伴们都被它吸引了!] - 舒舒爱折腾 - 上班折腾打印机,下班奶娃打毛衣New Prince swaddled in knitted lace - 大爱英国小王子的蕾丝毯子[花样图解搜索中] [我和我的小伙伴们都被它吸引了!] - 舒舒爱折腾 - 上班折腾打印机,下班奶娃打毛衣
 
此图天使吧,不是免费的,卖5欧。
 

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