After tears, sweat and countless hours the Knitting Iceland website is finally up and running. The site is devoted to the Icelandic knitting heritage. We will publish a tri-annual webzine featuring articles, interviews, patterns and more, all related to Iceland and knitting in some way. In addition the web contains information about our Knitting tours to Iceland and our other projects, oh and of course you can buy our hand dyed Nammi yarn and more through the site. Behind the scenes we are now working on the other two languages the web will be available in, French and of course Icelandic. The picture with this post is of the Freyja cardi… a pattern I’m working on like a madwoman and will be available through the Knitting Iceland website as a free download. Oh, I almost forgot… the Nevernotknitting podcast May episode is now available – it’s all about Knitting Iceland. Check it out!