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Friday, November 28, 2014

Come Together

New kits just arrived from Classic Elite. Come Together. There are 6 balls of Silky Alpaca Lace (70% Alpaca, 30% Silk - 400m - 440 yards). You wind these balls into one ball of 6 strands and then knit a very easy project.

These kits will make a great gift for your knitter friends. 

If you decide that you don't want to make the magic ball, you can use the kit for many scarves or small shawls. A suggestion is the Bias Before and After Scarf from Churchmouse Yarns.
We dubbed this scarf ‘before & after’ because it’s so ugly (truly!) before it’s blocked and so beautiful after. Knitted on the bias, this light, airy scarf has the smooth simplicity of stockinette stitch without all the rolling at the edges. The nearly sheer fabric is perfect for warmer days—layer two for coziness.
One ball will make this scarf.

A free pattern from Classic Elite that takes one ball...

A free pattern from Classic Elite for a scarf using one ball...

The Garter Stripe Cowl takes 4 balls of Silky Alpaca Lace. The pattern asks for 2 balls of one colour and then one ball each of 2 different colours. I think that it will look great in 4 different colours.

The pattern is free in a Classic Elite Web-Letter....

The Lightweight Cowl takes 3 balls of Silky Alpaca Lace.

Download the free pattern...

The Lowell Cowl takes 4 balls of yarn.

Read the Web-Letter...

Parkhurst is an amazing shawl using two balls of Silky Alpaca Lace. The pattern is available in Classic Elite book 9142 (we have a few copies in the store) or you can purchase the ebook on Ravelry...

The kit price is $140.

We have open stock of Silky Alpaca Lace (solids and hand paints) as well if you want to make a scarf. The 6 strand patterns are only available in the kit.

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