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Eleven warm weather designs from Classic Elite's Spring 2010 collection. This hand knitting pattern collection includes a beach coverup (pictured on cover), a long tunic for women and a tunic dress for children, a tank with buttons in the back, a long hooded cardi and more.
Featuring yarns from Sprout, from the Verde Collection, Pebbles, Provence and Summer Sox.
Beach Bonus Photos.
9111 Farmer's Market
Ten warm weather designs from Classic Elite's Spring 2010 collection. Hand knitting patterns for garments including a long belted vest (pictured on cover), a lace and rib pullover, a feather and fan cardi, a knee length skirt, and more.
Featuring Allegoro and Solstice, both from the Verde Collection, and Soft Linen.
Farmer's Market Bonus Photos.
Nine cozy designs from Classic Elite's Spring 2010 collection. Hand knitting patterns for garments including a drop stitch tank (pictured on cover), gathered cuff cardi, a brioche pullover, a long three-color cardigan, and more.
Patterns feature a variety Classic Elite's warm-weather yarns including Premiere, Summer Set, Silky Alpaca Lace, Cotton Bam Boo and Classic Silk.
Gallery Bonus Photos.
Nine warm weather designs from Classic Elite's Spring 2010 collection. This hand knitting pattern collection includes a cowl halter top (pictured on cover), three other tanks, a smocked pullover, two luxury patterns and more.
Picnic features Katydid and Firefly, both new for Spring 2010, Posh and Marly, both from the Classic Elite's Luxury division.
Picnic Bonus Photos.
9107 Curvy Knits, Cambridge
The fourth booklet in our collection of patterns designed specifically with shapely figures in mind, Curvy Knits, Cambridge features six great trans-seasonal garments. This booklet is very balanced with two cardigans, two pullovers and two vests that are all knit with different fall yarns from the Classic Elite collection.
9108 Made in Brooklyn
LIVING IN BROOKLYN presents a daily arrangement of unexpected inspirations—like existing in the midst of an impassioned conversation. In assembling this body of work, I've come to rely on an impossible juxtaposition of parts in my environment—old and new, luxury and necessity, tradition and trend—as a kind of sustenance in my process.
I hope you enjoy this collection—inspired by the streets and avenues on which I walk every day. May these works delight your own love of process as much as they have mine.
From my Place–to yours,