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A woman knitted an entire fence for her garden using black twine!

A woman knitted an entire fence for her garden using black twine!
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Knitting as regained its popularity and is many people's new favourite hobby. However, few of them are as passionate as this woman who resides in a village of Burra, in Scotland.

Anne Eunson, a seamstress by trade, had an idea germinated in her head for quite sometime, until one day she decided to embark on her special project.

It took her about three weeks to knit a fence that would surround the garden of her house. To do this, she used a 23 stitch repeat of an ancient lace pattern from the Shetland Islands. What she managed to do is absolutely beautiful. 

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According to Kate Davies (who took the photos), the “fence is fashioned from strong black twine (the same kind that is used to make fishing nets) and Anne knitted it up on specially adapted curtain poles. It took her about three weeks to knit enough lace to surround her front garden, using a 23 stitch repeat of a familiar Shetland lace pattern.”

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To make such a fence, Anne Eunson did not use ordinary knitting material. Instead, she used a long net of black twine and extra-large needles. She put her skills as a professional seamstress to work, and her lace fence is truly unique. 

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The idea came from her passion for knitted lace from the Shetland Islands which made quite a come back in recent years. 

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It is quite impressive!

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Maybe her idea will motivate other knitters to do the same! Here is a close look of her creation.

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It sure is truly unique!

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What do you think of her work?

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Source: Buzz Ultra · Photo Credit: Odnaminyta

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