Playing with color. Playing with texture. This is knitting at its most free and improvisational. As simple as holding multiple yarns together, marling is a technique available to every knitter, new or expert. This exploration of marling will set you off on endless experiments. With hundreds of photographs, more than 30 designs, and tons of inspiration.
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Making Marls is absolutely gorgeous, printed in Germany by one of the great art book publishers. It is a book to savor, to spend time with, and to treasure.
We had the great good luck to work with Cecelia Campochiaro on MDK Field Guide No. 5: Sequences, which draws from her masterful book Sequence Knitting. We have made many projects using her elegantly simple idea, so the news that she was at work on a new book was thrilling to us.
With Making Marls, Cecelia brings us a book that sends us down a brand-new rabbit hole of fun and freedom. Making Marls is 301 pages of color, ideas, and designs that let us play with color and texture in endless combinations.
If you have a batch of yarns on hand, you’re set to go. There’s no telling what you’ll discover as you start knitting with multiple strands of yarn.