Indie Designer Highlights

Sometimes it's best to let the pictures do the talking. 

I'm so impressed with these pieces in Classic Elite Yarns by some of our favorite indie designers. Check them out here and choose your favorite. 

Comment below, and let us know which one might be on your needles or hooks in the months ahead! Happy knitting & hooking.

photo credit: Soho Publihshing

Vogue Knitting's Fall 2016 issue (above) features this showpiece of a cardigan that is still a pretty simple fair isle design. Deborah Newton combined baby alpaca and bamboo blend Chateau with our newest yarn, Palace -- it's Chateau with a soft tweedy fleck. It's so soft, you will never put it down.

photo credit: Harper Point Photography

Anastasia Popova & Interweave Crochet Fall 2016 gives us Hudson Hat and Gloves set which will be so fun to crochet in washable, soft Liberty Wool Light. Love the combo of Robin's Egg Blue and Citrine.

photo credit: Harper Point Photography

Not to be outdone, sister publication, Interweave Knits Fall 2016 features Ruth Garcia-Alcantud's Hirst Pullover in plump, organic and undyed Mohawk Wool (right above). It's an instant classic.

photo credits: (left) Oliver James Brooks, (top & bottom) Carol Sucolski

A few of my favorite self-published designs are shown above.

Saila by Sachiko Burgin in Firefly (left) Corcoran Pullover in Song (top) and Houndstooth Cardigan in alpaca & wool blend Vista, both by Patty Lyons.

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