Celebrating the tradition of textiles, craftsmanship, and collaboration, each knit in our library has a point of origin, a distant ancestor or family likeness, and we have named them after the rich history and natural wonders of the countries that inspired their creation:
Sverige, Norge, Denmark, Ísland, Rossiya, Éire, Alba, Nederland, England, France, Elláda, Italia, España, Canada, United States, Perú, Misr, Al-Mamlakah al-Maghribiyyah, Botswana, Nippon, People's Republic of China, India, Sri Lanka, Aotearoa, and Bahrain.
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Hesperios Knit Library Artifact
The largest swath of taiga is found in Russia. A biome that exists all around the Arctic Circle, taigas are characterized by a layer of permafrost, a just-submerged crust of frozen soil that never melts. The soil is relatively nutrient poor, and only specially adapted plants can thrive. It is, therefore, all the more surprising that the Russian taiga is home to the Siberian tiger which, at up to 660 pounds, is the largest of the world’s great cats.