The past few weeks in New England has brought us lots of cold temperatures and even some snow. Yet somehow I am thinking about my queue and spring knitting.
Knitting for fall and winter seems like a more natural choice. At some point in early fall we just want to wrap ourselves up in as much wool/alpaca/llama as possible. And we know that even if we start a sweater at that point, we will still have plenty of time to wear the FO.
But spring presents a different challenge for us knitters. If you are like me, you can’t bear to not have knitting. But at the same time, I don’t want to work with the wool/alpaca/llama that I normally love during the colder months.
Luckily, Class Elite has some great spring/summer yarns, including Sprout, Seedling, Cricket, Firefly, Provence, Sanibel, Soft Linen, Magnolia, Solstice, ClassicSilk and two new yarns Canyon and Mesa.
We are almost ready to share our spring collection with you and I personally can’t wait. The collections are full off cardigans, pullovers, shawls, tank tops, tees, and accessories. There is even a dedicated booklet for crochet!
Keep checking back in the next few weeks to see previews of our new booklets and to find out more about our new yarns. In the meantime, think spring!