Field Guides by Modern Daily Knitting
Ann Shayne and Kaye Gardiner of Modern Daily Knitting (formerly named Mason Dixon Knitting) have assembled this mesmerizing collection of knitting books that explore the many aspects of creative knitting. Each collection includes patterns, essays, tips and tricks from noted designers and includes a download code for a digital version in addition to your hard copy. Sweet! Each edition is approximately 40 pages and measures 5.5" x 7.5".
- Field Guide No. 5 Sequences explores knit-purl combinations by Cecilia Campochiaro, the queen of sequence kniting.
- Field Guide No. 6 Transparency explores the airy transparency you can achieve with your knitting with 4 projects by Amy Christoffers (baby sweater, shawl, scarf/cowl and Shakerag Top).
- Field Guide No. 9 Revolution explores interchangable cable patterns with exciting designs by Norah Gaughan (capelet, beret, pullover, cardigan).
- Field Guide No. 13 Master Class with 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.
- Field Guide No. 14 Refresh A welcome breeze of clean, fresh design from Carol Feller, the Irish designer whose work we have loved for many years. These four patterns explore texture, structure, and the beauty of a special yarn. We want to make them all.
- Field Guide No. 15 Modern lace. From the playful imagination of Jeanette Sloan come five patterns that let us explore the magical effects that come with simple lace techniques. The fun here is the variety of yarn weights and the gorgeous lace patterns—it all looks utterly fresh and clean.
- Field Guide No. 16 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. 17 From colorwork master Mary Jane Mucklestone, five playful designs that celebrate Léttlopi, the Icelandic worsted-weight yarn.
- Field Guide No. 18 Karida Collins makes it all so simple. 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.