With Cecelia Campochiaro, knitting is full of new possibilities.

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  • This book looks gorgeous. It’s going on my wish list.

  • It’s a fabulous book. Really something to sink your teeth into during this troubling time. I’ve gifted copies to friends and they feel the same way.

    • If Making Marls is anything like Sequence Knitting I am sure I will become obsessed with Marls! I can’t wait to receive the book!!

  • When I first looked at the topic title, I thought “what are maris (yes, with an i)?”; then saw the book cover and title. I need to remind myself not to read emails on my phone before 6am, especially without any coffee!
    The book looks intriguing, and I think it will be a good addition to my knitting library; can’t wait to get a copy!

  • We took Cecilia’s class in Salt Lake City and made the micro swatches. I thought high contrast colors would be the most interesting, but it was a game changer when I started making new colors from low contrast colors! She showed us some amazingly beautiful wraps from the book – I can’t wait to get it!

  • I’m still working my way through her last book. And with marling, that may be the answer to my tons of yarn in fingering weight

  • I received my copy of Making Marls last Friday. It is beyond genius. Her ideas and way of explaining concepts is wonderful. I hope that MDK can partner once again with Cecilia for a Field guide, what a great way for apprenhsive knitters to dip their toes in the water.

  • This is so exciting! I’m all about making my own marls these days. I’m currently knitting Purl Soho’s Library Blanket – made up entirely of my own marls in 20 different combinations of 10 yarns. I can’t wait to see what Cecelia has to share! Yay!

  • It happens that I am ‘marling’ a basic topdown raglan sweater right now with 3 strands – I think I have to see Cecilia’s next book! I adore Sequence Knitting, and I have pulled the book out many times just to marvel at the simple but cool ideas. I expect this will be the same!