Field Guide No.22 Grace.
This brand-new collection shows Joji working at the height of her skill. For more than a decade now, she has created designs that knitters love to make. She has a knack for knowing what’s fun and engaging.
With this collection, she specifically aimed to build a collection of designs that have a certain polish to them, a refinement that makes us feel great when we wear them.
Field Guide No. 21: Brioche is perfect for knitters new to brioche, with how-to instructions, tips, and four patterns that set a knitter up for brioche glory. Experienced brioche knitters will love these designs, too—modern and simple, hitting that the sweet spot of easy and gorgeous.
Field Guide No. 20:A tlas No one has given more thought to knitwear and its meaning in our lives than British designer Erika Knight, who has been designing knitwear for decades. Erika has the sublime ability to pare down a design to its essence. We’ve been admirers of her vision for years, so it’s a dream come true to see her designs for this Field Guide come to life in MDK’s very first yarn, Atlas. (We suggest Blue Sky Woolstok or Kelbourne Woolens Scout or Andorra as substitutes)
Field Guide No. 19: Marls What happens when we knit with multiple strands of yarn at once? Five artful patterns introduce us to the concept of marling and set us on a gorgeous exploration of texture and color. Wherever Cecelia Campochiaro leads, we are eager to follow.
Field Guide 18: Beginnings Karida Collins makes it all so simple. The mission? A collection of designs so elemental, so distilled, that every knitter can make them. Whether you’re new to knitting or a seasoned veteran, these six patterns will make you very happy. Let’s begin again, with these artful, modern, clever—and easy—projects.
Field Guide 16: Painterly Kaffe Fassett to the rescue! Just when we need him most, the beloved master of color and pattern gives us a new collection of 5 designs to dazzle and amuse us.
Field Guide No. 13: Master Class from Kaffe Fassett will bring a blast of color and a spirit of adventure to your knitting. Scarves, cowls, cushions, throws, and wraps—with 20 charts and 6 stripe designs, you’ll find endless ways to play with color and pattern.
Field Guide 11: Wanderlust The essential introduction to one of knitting’s greatest pleasures: the handknit sock. From the master of mix-and-match design, Wendy Bernard, comes all you need to knit beautiful socks. With this little book and a skein of delicious yarn, you’re set for knitterly adventure.
Field Guide No. 6: Transparency. We crave light, warmth, air. In our knitting, and in our lives. In this Field Guide, beloved Amy Christoffers explores different ideas of transparency in four playful, accessible designs. Lighten up your knitting with a breath of fresh air.