We’re here to change the perception that knitwear is only for winter. Knitting methods are so versatile, from intricate fair-isle and intarsia, of course, to wider, airier open knot and mesh knits. The latter options offer more breathing space between the knit material, resulting in a piece that’s far more suited to warmer weather. Fabric content also help dictate a knit’s functional role. Light gauge linen polos and sweaters make for ideal layering pieces in the summer, while a heartier merino wool fisherman’s sweater or mohair cardigan are best suited for chilly winter outings.