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Sakkola Stitch, Sakkolalainen - Neulakinnas, Nalbinding

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Published on Jul 19, 2010

Click open for text in English. No voiceover, English text on video. Ei puhetta, teksti suomeksi.

Sakkolassa käytetty venäläisen piston muunnos, 2+2+1.

Suomessa on perinteisesti tunnettu kolme pistotyyppiä: suomeksi, venäjäksi ja pyöräyttäen (punaltaen). Näiden lankaluvut (=kuinka monen silmukan yli tai ali neula kulkee) ovat kuitenkin vaihdelleet tekijän ja käyttötarpeen mukaan, joten käytössä on ollut useita versioita em. pistoista. Venäjäksi tehty pisto on tunnettu pääasiassa Venäjän rajan lähellä ja Raja-Karjalassa, Laatokan länsi- ja luoteispuolella.

Pyöräyttäen on hyvin samanlainen kuin venäjäksi, mutta viimeinen peukalon takaa poimittava pikkusilmukka kierretään eri tavalla. Venäjäksi se poimitaan takakautta, oikealta vasemmalle, ja pyöräyttäen se poimitaan takakautta, vasemmalta oikealle.

Sakkola Stitch is one version of Russian Stitch, 2+2+1.

Traditionally there have been three stitch types in Finland: Finnish Stitch, Russian Stitch, and Finnish Turning Stitch. People have worked these with different number of "thumb loops" and "loops behind thumb", depending on yarn, and the desired outcome, so actually there have been several different stitches in use, variants of those three main types. Russian Stitch has been known especially in the south-eastern Finland, near the Russian border, in "old" Carelian area which now belongs to Russia, and on the west and north-west areas surrounding Lake Ladoga.

Finnish Turning Stitch resembles Russian Stitch, and the difference is in the last loop picked up behind the thumb. In Russian Stitch, the last small loop behind the thumb is picked up from back to front, from right to left, while in Finnish Turning stitch the last loop behind thumb is picked up from back to front, from left to right.
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Hansen notation UUOOU/OUUOOO (F1 or F2)
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Please do notice that the movements are slow on purpose, and that due to some difficulties combining suitable light and the position of the video camera, and that I wanted to see my hands both irl and on the small video screen, I had to keep my arms and hands in a bit akward and clumsy position, so the movements may not look "natural".

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