The second of my 3 book reviews, it will be a fairly short written piece. This is a very comprehensive book on the art of Selbuvotter mittens, over 300 pages of history, charts, graphs and photographs. The only unfortunate part is that it is written in Norwegian, with no English translation, so the history component is lost on me. However, the charts for knitting speak a Universal Language, and I will just let some of the photos speak for themselves.
I love the fact that the traditional mittens are all in B&W. The book shows inspiration from snowflakes to horns to flowers and how they were interpreted. It would be nice if the book were printed in English one day, I think that the audience would increase greatly. The beauty of knitting though is, a chart is universal.
Again, printed in Norway, with a ribbon bookmark attached. Definitely a great library resource.