Little books that explore the big world of knitting with patterns and stories to inspire the curious knitter...collect them all!
• Field Guide No. 14 is Refresh with patterns by Carol Feller: a cardigan, a sleeveless pullover, a wrap and a hat! Simple and enjoyable but detailed enough to be engaging.
• Field Guide No. 13 is Master Class, featuring Kaffe Fassett and all of his amazing color... from blankets and wraps to pillows and scarves.
• Field Guide No. 12 is Big Joy, featuring five funky, chunky projects designed by Jen Geigley plus a deceptively simple trick for making “stockinette” pie crust!
• Field Guide No. 11 is 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. Toe-up or cuff-down, this guide has you covered.
• Field Guide No. 10 is Downtown Fresh, easy, relaxed—welcome to the world of Isabell Kraemer. A pair of pullovers and a set of cowls that let us play with texture and color. These are sweaters to love and to wear every day.
• Field Guide No. 9 is Revolution For more than 30 years, Norah Gaughan has set our minds awhirl. She is a true revolutionary—a genius of construction, a master of cables, and a fearless innovator. These four designs are an extraordinary chance to play in Norah’s world.
• Field Guide No. 8 is Merry Making. This is the Field Guide that gives us the chance to make merry. To make plenty. To have near at hand a collection of clever designs that have a twist of fun and a splash of style.
For the designs in this Field Guide, we turned to one of the most skilled merrymakers we know, the inimitable Thea Colman. Thea took to heart the idea of designs that can be made quickly, easily, with enough variation that they never get old, and in lots of sizes.
You’ll see in these designs all Thea’s signatures: a crazy cable, graphic colorwork, juicy texture.
If you’re the organized, plan-ahead type, consider this Field Guide your prospectus for building a bountiful pile of hats, mitts, cowls, and coasters just in time for gift-knitting season!
• Field Guide No. 7 is Ease This is the lightest, ease-iest Field Guide yet. These four designs from Julia Farwell-Clay will lower the temperature by ten degrees. You won’t find a sleeve or a buttonhole band in here—the most taxing part of this Field Guide is to decide which of these elegant, clever patterns to make first.
• Field Guide No. 6 is Transparency. As we shed the layers of winter, 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.
• Field Guide No. 5 is Sequences Rich, gorgeous, simple to make.
This Field Guide introduces the ingenious idea of sequence knitting, the “unvention” of Cecelia Campochiaro.
Cecelia’s four designs provide the perfect canvas for you to play with her gorgeous knit-and-purl stitch patterns.
Rediscover the endless puzzle of knitting all over again with these elegant, simple projects.
• Field Guide No. 4 is Log Cabin, Inspired by the idea of the piecework of quilting, this Field Guide includes how-to's and three patterns employing unique applications of the timeless log cabin motif.
• Field Guide No. 3 is Wild Yarns Hand-dyed and multicolor yarns make us giddy with delight; we collect gorgeous skeins without a care for what we might actually knit with them. Field Guide No. 3 has three great designers’ best ideas for projects that do justice to these magical yarns.
• Field Guide No. 2 is Fair Isle and is all about easy entry into the world of colorwork, with four projects that come together fast.
• Field Guide No. 1 is Stripes and is all about the stripes: a trio of patterns that play with the way a single line of color can transform a project.
- 38 crisp uncoated pages
- perfect-bound, softcover book
- 5.5" x 7.25"
- professionally edited patterns
- made in USA