Classic Elite Yarns



Top 10 Fall Patterns

We publish new patterns each and every month here at CEY – 51 new designs for fall 2017! I constantly see new designs I'm itching to cast on before I've had time to knit a favorite from the previous month. So, before we move on to 2018 and add new patterns in January, here is a look at our top ten most queued designs on Ravelry for fall 2017.

Happy New year!


10. Pinyon in Mohawk Wool

The scalloped edge is worked first then the body of the wrap is worked in garter stitch, perpendicular to the edging.


9. Pettigrew in Escape

This two color crescent shaped wrap is worked sideways in three sections. First, short rows are worked in rib, then a section of two row stripes in garter stitch leads into the eyelet garter edge worked sideways.


8. Kingsley in Arietta

The excellent stitch definition of Arietta shows the unique ribbed cables, on a seed stitch background, of this saddle shoulder pullover beautifully.


7. Ingram in Escape

A simple tee shape with a fitted sleeve that can be dressed up or down, Ingram is worked in pieces and seamed. In Stockinette stitch with seed stitch borders, the foldover neck ends in a soft bow tied to one side.


6. Buckingham in Chalet

The perfect layering piece in Chalet, This capelet, worked in the round, has beautiful cables gracing the center front and back. Decreases are worked to shape the neckline. Easily customizable to the perfect length for your body length.


5. Selby in Mystique

Warm and cozy, this open front cardigan is worked in garter stitch with seed stitch edges.


4. Dawson in Legend

This soft and squishy ribbed cowl with a single slit can be worn in a multitude of ways.


3. Middlesex in Adelaide

The botanical themed cables on this drop shoulder crewneck pullover, in luscious 100% merino Adelaide, are bordered with textural moss stitch.


2. Somersworth in Adelaide

A classic raglan henely shape with split at the hem is made special by adding the textured colorblock sec


1. Harper in Escape

Worked in pieces from the bottom up, this drop shoulder pullover with stockinette sleeves has a lovely cable and lace stitch worked on the back and front. The boxy shape makes working the lace and cables easy with no increasing or decreasing in the lace pattern.


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