The first page says that there were 15 “Classic Collection” booklets in the series but I have to say that while I have come across this one quite often I have yet to see any others so I wonder if they were ever published.
I also wonder if they went with the Benny Hill librarians theme if they did.
“A classic is what endures – in fashion, a style that outlives the seasons, to become as traditional as time. Today’s fad, tomorrow’s fancy – these come and go, to keep fashion lively and exciting. But classics go on forever.”
This is actually a really useful pattern book with six patterns in all for several different gauges and with sizings for men and women.
There are also yet more inappropriate photos like this one. They seem to be having a lot of fun in the stacks, don’t they?
I’m knitting the version for Patons Jet as illustrated on the front cover although I’m using Peace Fleece Worsted. It’s odd that’s it’s called “Worsted” because it’s really more of an Aran weight yarn, the same gauge as Jet with 16 stitches to 10 cm.
Mine is in orange tweed “Glasnost Gold” although I’m not feeling very fond of Russia at the moment, what with all their anti-gay legislation, so I’ve decided to rename it “Ginger”.