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Field Guide No. 9: Revolution

Field Guide No. 9: Revolution

"So you say you want a revolution…"

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In their ninth Field Guide, Kay and Ann of Mason-Dixon Knitting have collaborated with celebrated designer Norah Gaughan to explore ‘revolutionary’ knitting in all its forms—from circling, curving cables, to knitting in the round, to turning a knitting notion on its head!

In four beautiful projects, Norah Gaughan displays her genius for construction, her mastery of cables, and her fearless innovation. The Calligraphy Cardigan is a cap-sleeved button-up with a lovely, dimensional cabled yoke. In the Ironworks Beret, its criss-crossing cables echo wrought-iron pylons and the romantic trusses of the Eiffel Tower. The Liberty Tree Pullover, a top-down cable-yoked sweater, is named for the elm tree colonial revolutionaries gathered ‘round on Boston Common. And finally, Elaine’s Capelet is all yoke and no sweater—you have your choice of three, stunning cable motifs!

Brimming with tips, hints, and amusing stories—including a Q & A session with Norah and a note on knitting circles from Kay—this little Field Guide packs a big punch.

Field Guide No. 9: Revolution; softcover, 53 pgs.

    $14.95     $7.48

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