Another Fishermens Neck Gansey

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Introducing St Andrews Harbour, second of the two fishermen neck gansey patterns…

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Picking up from back in this post …  Out To The Waves …  I have been working every minute I possibly can to have this project Fishermens Neck Ganseys ( two patterns in one download )  ready by Christmas, and I am happy to say that it is done & dusted!

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St Andrews Harbour is an intrinsic image of the fishing industry of Fife, and the name sake of this design inspired by the Scottish Fleet fisher ganseys of Fife Scotland. The herringbone central motif is the distinctive element this design, in all of the three charts to choose from;  moss stitch, or a variety of cables accompanying, as well as a simple & fast variation of each design.

About to take Emma out for a quick Christmas Eve stroll on the knitting trail , with  shockingly nothing on my needles presently to knit,  hurrying before it gets dark,  while contemplating the joy of the holidays, of being finished the big project of fishermen neck ganseys …

and of fishing in Fife …

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St Andrews Harbour, Fife, Scotland

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10 thoughts on “Another Fishermens Neck Gansey

  1. Thinking of you on this night of mysteries. I’m so proud of you and all of your historical explorations. (For all with Celtic/Gaelic hearts and needles.) Wish you were here…or I was there. Happy Christmas and Woodland Knitting Walkies. Hugs for Emma, too. xo ox

    • Merry Holidays Terry ~~ Oh I so wish you could be here too, knitting and frolicking down the trail. (( Check out your Ravelry library, sending you the latest!)) xoxo

  2. Lovely busy Jen ❤
    Merry Christmas to you and happy holidays 🎄
    As you know, in Germany we had already Christmas Eve, with yummy food and presents, candle light and Christmas tree…… It’s so late in the night now, but perfect for my heartly best wishes for you!
    xoxo Petra

  3. Aw, you must be so exhausted! So much knitting but you DID it! Hope you had a lovely walk with Emma. Love and Merry Christmas. xoxo

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