Graphic, Subtle, Sophisticated
Still recalling our Monday conversation with Dee Hardwicke on Zoom, really feeling her amazing energy and joy right now. (We’ll be posting the Zoom video on Sunday, so do not miss it!)
We talked about this design that she created for the new Field Guide (No. 25! Botanica!), and how she was aiming for a sophisticated palette and delicate pattern.
It’s just so good. The chart for the Autumn Garden Stole is tiny, only 11 stitches wide by 20 rows high. You get the rhythm of it fast, and the whole thing gets meditative and simple.
The pattern includes instructions for making the Autumn Garden Stole two ways: knitted flat and knitted in the round, with a steek.
Our MDK exclusive yarn bundle stars three of our MDK Atlas yarns in the subtle palette of Cork, Shale, and Truffle.
A forever project if I ever saw one. Just gorgeous, and the sort of knitting that soothes the spirit. “Knit slowly,” Dee reminds us—such good advice!