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 8 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 9 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 10 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 10 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 18 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 19 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 20 months ago by Penny thoughts