March 15, 2012
If we are truly on the cusp of a colorwork renaissance, then it's time for a little primer.
Some of the most beautiful, intricate designs are created by the artful placement of just two colors along each row. It's called "stranded knitting," and who better to teach us than Meg Swansen and Amy Detjen in their new book, Knitting With Two Colors.
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A close-up of the Frida pillow from The Knitter's Book of Wool
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