Propagansey Exhibition 2015 October 04 2015
St.Stephens Old Church Robin Hood's Bay, East Yorkshire Coast.
Praise be to Deb Gillanders and her utterly fabulous Propergansey exhibition.
A real treat for any Gansey lover & a rare day trip out for some serious knitting inspiration.
With Ganseys sourced from all over British Isles from Scotland to Cornwall
even a few from over the North Sea in Holland.
Nice tonal mend to end of the collars & cuffs after much wear.
Below right, vintage hand stitched child's under shirt.
Hand printed postcards by local Filey artist Mel Whitaker.
The holy grail of Gansey wools..yes the mythical Poppleton's of Harrogate.
Until next year.
www.propagansey.co.uk / check PROPAGANSEY on facebook for details.
Hand Knitting a Humber Star Gansey Sweater November 29 2013
Hand Knitted Humber Star Gansey Sweater.
The ultimate Christmas Sweater. Ready for a proud son of Hull.
British 5ply worsted wool, knitted from a 500g cone.
Harbour Flag pattern knitted across the chest in double Moss stitch.
Double thickness of yarn knitted into the first few rows of the ham
rib to give extra strength and better maintain the ribs shape.
Ladder stitch panel above the rib at the side seam.
Arm hole held on a pin ready for the sleeve to be knitted down.
Double Moss stitch panel to Gansey shoulder.
Last few rows of the rib cuff knitted on three needles.
Last job. Tying up the loose ends, carefully sewing the threads
back into Gansey.
Humber Star Gansey hand knitted in East Yorkshire by Katie Banks.
Menswear shoot Autumn 2013 August 26 2013
Wayside Flower Autumn 2013. Collection preview behind thescenes at our
studio photo shoot. British made Menswear workwear and Gansey knitwear
Photo Shoot Flamborough AW13 August 26 2013
North Landing Flamborough, home of the East Coast Gansey.
They may have taken down the moated embattlements that once isolated
this Eastermost hook of the British Isles but the people here are still a breed apart.
Tractors are used to haul the cobles ashore and up the embankment safe
from the ravages of the North Sea. A role previously belonging to donkeys.
The Emmerson family who can trace their family back through hundreds of years
on these beaches are still fishing the waters off Flamborough Head. Now along
with the occasional tourist excursion to boot.