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Orient Express Collar Kit


With the purchase of this kit, you have access to the free class about how to punch the fur, pick up stitches, and complete your project.

The Orient Express is one of the most beautiful and luxurious trains on earth. When you step inside, you are transported to another era: 1920's Art Deco luxury. You'll be glad you brought your prettiest frocks, gloves to wear on the way to the dining car. If you begin your winter journey in Venice, you may not need a sweater or coat, but as the train journeys North through the countryside toward London, you will be glad you brought warm clothes and especially your Orient Express Collar (30" L x 7" W). 

Sold for a limited time during the Fall and Winter months, the Orient Express Collar can only be purchased in a complete kit. The kit includes the most luxurious faux furs Noni could find, a skein of beautiful bulky yarn, a JUL closure, and the pattern instructions. All of the collars are made in furs so soft and delicious you might have trouble believing they are human creations and no live creatures were harmed.

Like their luxury locomotive namesake, these no-sew, easy knitting projects are the picture of elegance, beauty, sophistication, and romance. Let one be yours.

All Collar Kits contain the following:

  • Orient Express pattern
  • A beautiful hand-cut, luxurious faux fur collar piece: choose from Minky, Siberian Fox, Tawny Fox, Misty Ocelot, and a limited supply of Snow Leopard and Silver Rabbit
  • 1 skein of Luxurious bulky yarn color-matched to the faux fur piece
  • 1 coordinating JUL closure

See Additional Details below for more information and required materials.

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Pattern Difficulty

Intrepid Beginner Knitter to Intrepid Adventurous Crafter: requires knowledge of knitting, purling, picking up stitches with fabric using crochet hook. NO SEWING NECESSARY!


Approximately 8 stitches and 12 rows = 4" (10cm) on a size 17 .


2 Size 17 (11mm) circular needles with long cables or needle size to obtain gauge
H-8 (5mm) crochet hook
Tapestry needle
4 lock stitch markers or waste yarn to mark corners
Measuring stick or ruler
Permanent marker, medium tip