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Mason-Dixon Field Guide #1: Stripes (soft cover book)

$14.95

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We will begin shipping our "featured color" in this base on September 10, 2014. All items in one order (both in stock and featured color) will ship together. If you have a dye-to-order product, please allow an extra 14 days production time. If you need part of your order sent sooner, either order separately or conact us for assistance.


Product Description

Be the first on your block to start your collection of Mason-Dixon Knitting Field Guides—little books that explore the big world of knitting.

Mason-Dixon Knitting Field Guide No. 1 is all about the stripes: a trio of patterns that play with the way a single line of color can transform a project.

Mary Jane Mucklestone’s Station Wagon Blanket is a brilliantly simple stripe pattern–made in garter stitch blocks, it is perfect for travel or TV knitting.

Antonia Shankland’s Breton Cowl imagines what happens when you combine two of the softest yarns in the world in one delicious loop.

And Ann Weaver, always inventive, makes one brief and bright contrast stripe the star of the show in her Squad Mitts.

All along the way, Kay and Ann share stories, tips, and hints to make it all even more fun. Sara Remington’s photographs are at once epic and intimate, a special sort of inspiration for every knitter.

The print edition includes a free digital PDF download—your unique download code is on the inside back cover for Ravelry, and there will be a PDF added to your MDK account as well.


 

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