Field Guide No. 4: Log Cabin
This is it. This is all you need to get the hang of log cabin knitting. With enormous pride, Kay Gardiner, Ann Shayne, and Ann Weaver introduce their concise guide to a boundless idea. With this easy technique, you’ll head off on a grand adventure of beautiful, colorful projects.
It’s easy. It’s addicting. Log cabin knitting allows you to play with color and pattern to spectacular effect.
Follow the three inspired patterns, or set off with your own log cabin idea. Field Guide No. 4: Log Cabin will set you up for a whole new world of fun. It’s time for a new generation to discover the endless joys of this clever way to knit.
In MDK Field Guide No. 4 you’ll find:
- Log Cabin Cloths: These six simple squares explore the piecing, joining, and edging of a log cabin project. By the end of these quick cloths, you’ll have all the tools you need (as well as six pretty cloths to use).
- Ninepatch Blanket: The off-kilter color blocks turn a traditional ninepatch quilt pattern into something modern and surprising. Mixing mitered squares into a log cabin pattern adds texture and fun to this jigsaw puzzle of a blanket.
- And Ann Weaver's Sommerfeld Shawl: Short rows, feather and fan, and long skinny blocks are all part of Ann’s genius for experimenting with log cabin.
- As well as stories, tips, and beautiful photos.
By Kay Gardiner, Ann Shayne, and Ann Weaver
Part of the Field Guide Collection by MDK
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