Lighten up your knitting with a breath of fresh air. Join us in knitting from MDK Field Guide No. 6.
In this Field Guide, beloved Amy Christoffers explores different ideas of transparency in four playful, accessible designs.
Skill Level: Easy-Intermediate
Albers Shawl: An airy shawl with “windows” of color that form effortlessly. The ideal travel wrap that is a joy to wear, on planes and trains, at the beach, and in air-conditioned offices all over the world. Light Fingering + Fingering = Fingering
Cockleshell Cardigan: A baby sweater (because who meets the world with more honesty and transparency than a baby?) with just a touch of lace and an unusual yet plainly apparent construction. Bulky
Shakerag Top: A lightweight tee in a fabric that is striped, yet uses only one color of yarn. This is the layering piece we want to wear this summer. Light Fingering
Peek-Through Cowl/Scarf: A layering of lace that both reveals and obscures the pattern, and is an amusingly tricky knit. Lace Weight Mohair