We welcome the Twining Wrap, one of Carol Feller’s exquisite designs in MDK Field Guide No. 14: Refresh.
Take a bow, scrumptious snuggler of beautiful textures.
Let everyone take a look at the cables and twists that make you a scrumptrelescent piece of knitting.
Twining Wrap, you are a clever pattern because you start small and end with a gigantic swoosh. With only four stitches at the outset, you let knitters ease into the various stitch patterns and increases. This design blends stretches of smooth sailing and a few tricky bits to make us feel clever. When the cables start to emerge, it is completely addicting.
The yarn here, as for all the projects in this Field Guide, was designed by Carol Feller herself. Nua Sport. It’s wonderful.
Prepare for Fun
In celebration of the arrival of MDK Field Guide No. 14: Refresh, we have a knitalong launching on May 1. I am here to report that I totally jumped the gun on this thing by a full month.
Halfway done, the Twining Wrap is already one of my high points of The Year in Knitting 2020. (At the rate we’re going, we are all going to have a LOT of high points in knitting this year.)
I’ll be back to show my progress. This Nua Sport yarn is sparking joy all day long—I’ve never spent time with a merino/yak/linen blend until now, and let me tell you, it is mighty pleasant indeed.
If you’re deciding what you’d like to make for the Refresh knitalong, I nominate this Twining Wrap. Here’s the Ravelry page, where you can read all the juicy details about it.
It’s a subtle piece of great beauty. A real charmer!