Created in 1980, CLASSIC ELITE YARNS had its origin in the late 40s when the founder became a partner in Warley Worsted Mills. Today, as one of the top U.S. yarn companies, Classic Elite Yarns distributes fine hand-knitting fibers from numerous international mills. The company resides in a historic mill building on the banks of the Merrimack River in Lowell, Massachusetts.
Not too much that wasn't available online, however it is altogether in a nice "package." It is necessary to make a photocopy of your pattern, which isn't quite as easily... Read morePublished 12 months ago by Caroline Westover
Love everything about the book. Easy to read and many various things. Looking forward to trying most of the patternsPublished 14 months ago by Nancy Shriner
Great compilation of patterns for every walk of life. Instructions are mostly clear and there is a huge variety of patterns; socks, hats, mittens scarves, shawls, throws, kid... Read morePublished 14 months ago by H. Heuser
I wasn't at all impressed with the patterns in this book. I accidently left the book at my knitting class and it was never recovered. Read morePublished 14 months ago by Theresa M. Rennie
What a great book have found lots of items to make and want to make.
A great variety for everyone.
I found a skirt pattern online that was rated "easy" for beginning knitters. It led me to this book, which I then purchased on Amazon. Read morePublished 22 months ago by aging hipster
I don't see the necessity of having this many patterns in one book, in a way. I do feel they are all pretty nice,
but there's no reason to overdo it! Read more
While I like this book very much and plan on knitting some projects from it, I am annoyed that I bought a second copy because the publisher slapped a different cover on it. Read morePublished 23 months ago by Marjorie Wedlock
I am a novice knitter. These patterns are too difficult for me. They are beautiful but the intructions are beyond my level of experience at this point.Published on February 22, 2013 by Penny thoughts