Friday, May 27, 2011

Join our KAL and Win!

Chicory & Clover cowl version in colors Cyprus and Brittania.

Calling all knitters! Join us for our Classic Elite Knit-a-long and win a $100 valued gift basket!
The rules are simple, each person chooses any project from the 2011 Spring Collection requiring 2 or more balls of any CEY brand yarn and finish by July 31st.

We went ahead and picked a project we thought everyone would love but also something small and portable for easy summer knitting. The pattern is the Chicory & Clover cowl or scarf, pictured above, featured in the booklet Meadow. It's knit using Firefly, a viscose/linen blend.
Join us at Knit Night, every Tuesday evening from 6-8pm to work on the KAL. If you can't make Knit Night, just shoot us and email, or call us at 503-239-7950 to give us your name and the project and yarn you're going to use.

Remember, you don't have to knit the Chicory & Clover cowl or scarf to join the group, just as long as you're making something from the 2011 spring booklets with a Classic Elite yarn!

Here is the Chicory & Clover scarf version in colors Linum and Capri. So summery and cute!

Pattern Booklets from the 2011 Spring Collection:

Wee Ones is filled with adorable baby projects that only use around 3-4 balls of yarn & High Seas has some wonderful shawl and scarf patterns in lots of different Classic Elite yarns.

Seaside is the new booklet featuring Sprout, an organic cotton yarn & the Cricket booklet has four beautiful patterns using Cricket, a linen/cotton yarn.

Rocky Coast features the yarn Solstice, a wool/organic cotton blend perfect for the northwest. Shoreline is also a great summer booklet using Allegoro, an organic cotton/linen blend.

Meadow has four sweet patterns using Firefly.

Here's a pic of the basket you could win! It's filled with sweet swag from Classic Elite's gracious friends at companies like ChiaoGoo, Soak, Della Q, Namaste, Eucalan, Lantern Moon, Designs by Romi, Paradise Buttons, and Buttons Etc. All of the baskets are a little different, the picture is an example of the great stuff you could receive.

-Annie, Yarn Garden Staff

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