Thanks. It’s the swancho by Caitlin Hunter that thousands of people knit about 3 years ago. I’m always late.
One of the things i like best about knit night at wild and woolly shop (re-opening tomorrow - whoop!) is looking at all the different ways people knit because there are people of all ages and from all over the world. The Norwegians who learned in school knit like the clappers - stranded colour work, both yarns in the left hand and often without looking if it’s a well known motif such as selburose.
I recently really enjoyed this book on Britain’s knitted history https://www.waterstones.com/book/this-golden-fleece/esther-rutter/9781783784363