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Lucy Hague


Lucy Hague grew up in the Orkney islands, in the far north of Scotland, a beautiful, isolated place, with a remarkable archaeological record. “My biggest design influence is Pictish and Celtic artwork,” Lucy says. “I’ve devoted considerable time to learning how to replicate the interlacing knotwork in knitted cables, and I find it endlessly fascinating and enjoyable. Finding new ways to work re-imaginings of ancient art into modern designs is a big source of creative satisfaction to me.” Lucy’s patterns are available through the website and on Ravelry and LoveCrafts.


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