L & B Yarn Co. and Classic Elite Yarns is hosting a free private yarn tasting here at the shop tomorrow Friday, April 28th from 10:00am-12:00pm and there are still 2 spots available! You might be wondering just what a yarn tasting is. It’s a crafting party where crocheters and knitters get together to try out new yarns. Each participant will receive a gift and 5 Classic Elite mini skeins to try out during this private event! Participants can either knit, crochet, or create their own one of a kind weaving as shown in the photograph with the 5 mini skeins provided. L & B will have pattern ideas, door prizes, 20% off Classic Elite Yarns, and treats! Call the shop at 405-310-3636 or e-mail us at firstname.lastname@example.org to sign up!
Sprout by Classic Elite Yarn is my favorite bulky cotton of all time! It is 100% organic, making it environmentally friendly and it’s super soft. Emmaline by Jennifer Wood is the perfect summer sweater with it’s cap sleeves and gathers giving it a Jane Austen feel. The pattern is worked from the top down so there is no seaming involved. You can also try on the sweater as you go to make sure you get the perfect fit.
The raglan increases are incorporated with the yarn over eyelets running across the front of the neckline and sleeves. Increases are worked on the top section for the bust and the sweater is separated by a purl section to create an empire waist.
The sweater is worked in the round and is mostly knit in stockinette stitch making it a quick project! Check out the pattern by clicking here.
Make these adorable Baby Mocs by Brenda York for your next baby shower gift! You need one ball of Berroco Suede and one Ball of Berroco Plush. You will be able to get at least 2 sets of mocs out of one ball of each. L & B has 7 colors of Suede and 2 colors of plush to choose from.
Both yarns are super soft and will be perfect for that special little one. To take a look at the pattern just click here!
The Blooming Flower Cushion by Lucy of Attic24 is a vintage potholder design from the 1940’s that has been altered to make this cute little pillow.
Lucy has an awesome picture-heavy tutorial that explains precisely how the circle takes shape. With her very detailed explanation you should not have any trouble giving this whimsical pattern a whirl. L & B used 6 different colors of Berroco Comfort.
The project is just as cute in a solid, you could also try just a couple of colors alternating them or even a gradient pallet is really beautiful. Try using up stash yarn and make several to give away as gifts! To take a look at the pattern just click here.
Starting today get 20% off all regular priced Berroco Yarn!! Needing a project to make with Berroco Yarn? Try his Corner to Corner Baby Blanket by Kindra’s Crochet! It is a great pattern to customize for any nursery color scheme. L & B used 14 different colors of Berroco Comfort, a 50% nylon, 50% acrylic blend. This yarn comes in a wide range of colors, is super soft and can be machine washed. It is a perfect yarn for the perfect baby! Try it alternating two or three colors for a more subdued look.
The blanket is worked on the bias increasing and decreasing in double crochet. To take a look at the pattern just click here.
The Hanasaku Cowl by Tori Gurbisz is a quick knit worked as one piece. Using the linen stitch and two different types of fibers together makes the finished project very textural. L & B Yarn Co. paired Bamboo Pop and Bamboo Bloom by Universal Yarn for a more lightweight version of the cowl.
The entire project is worked in the round until you use up all of the Bamboo Bloom. We even have enough Bamboo Pop left over to make a Knitted Knocker!!
The pattern is written with two different size options (long and short), the size can also be customized to use all of the yarn, you can bind off after any round 2. Just click here to take a look at the pattern!
The Yarn Tapestries that were created on Saturday turned out so great!! This is a great way to use up extra scrap yarn and get something beautiful in return.
It’s fast and simple just cut lengths of yarn and tie onto a natural tree branch or wooden dowel rod.
Add a piece of leather, natural string, or knit your own i-cord to hang your piece in your favorite room!
If you are interested in making your own tapestry without gathering the supplies L & B Yarn Co. will be offering this workshop Saturday, May 13th click here to find out more!
Check out these cute little Easter Trinket Tray’s.
You might be wondering what is a Trinket Tray?
These are the perfect table top catch all for your knitting and crochet scraps, scissors, stitch markers, and darning needles. Pick up yours today! Stay tuned for other fun color options.
The Stripe Magic Scarf by Universal Yarn is a super quick project! You only need one ball of Uptown Bulky and one ball of Uptown Bulky Amplify. The Amplify has huge yardage (197 yards) so if you have two balls of Uptown Bulky you can make two whole 6′ long scarfs.
The yarn is 100% acrylic so these scarfs are great for washing. The Amplify is a self striping patterned yarn and the regular Uptown Bulky is a solid. You switch between the Amplify and Uptown Bulky every two rows giving the scarf a multi-colored stripe effect. If you have never tried Uptown Bulky before you won’t believe what a soft hand it has, I promise you will love it!! Click here to take a look at the pattern.