Classic Elite Yarns



Issue 413 – Telluride Cowl

Cowls and scarves are popular projects with knitters for good reason – quicker to knit than a sweater, they always fit the wearer, and are so cozy and warm in colder weather. This week's pattern, designed by Audrey Kerchner, uses four shades of our newest yarn Telluride. The colors are used doubled stranded, changing one strand every eight rounds for beautifully blending ombre stripes. The 16 colors of Telluride blend and contrast for almost infinite combinations.

For more double strand stripes, check out Nonsuch, a top down raglan pullover.

Susan Mills

View Audrey’s designs on Ravelry

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The Yarn

82% superfine alpaca, 12% linen, 6% donegal


This versatile tweed yarn with an unusual fiber combination has superior softness and drape. Perfect for lightweight projects in cables, texture stitches or plain stockinette. For stripes and colorwork, the 16 colors blend and contrast for infinite combinations.


NEW from Yarn and Soul

Distributed by Classic Elite Yarns, check out Yarn and Soul Superfine 400:

Superfine 400 is a round 3 ply yarn with excellent stitch definition – beautiful in cables, lace or simple stockinette stitch. The generous 400 yards per 100 gram hank make most projects 1 to 3 hank projects. Available in 30 colors - including a range of naturals, heather and solid shades.

Click this link to view the colors and FREE patterns.

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