The Crochet Infinity Cowl is summer favorite here at L & B Yarn. This design from Queensland uses two different colors of Queensland Cairns, a bright 60% cotton and 40% acrylic blend, that when mixed together create a beautiful mosaic fabric! The cowl can be worn long or wrapped twice for a shorter look. It can be crocheted in just a few hours making it a super fun project.
The pattern is great for beginners who already know how to chain and single crochet. If you are a veteran crocheter you will enjoy how the colors blend together to make a true work of art.
L & B has crocheted this project up in a couple of different color options just click here to take a look. Click here to take a look at the pattern.
This Simple Seamless Cowl by Plymouth Yarn knits up in a bright accent for spring! This user-friendly jacquard has been dyed in an eight-color thread to achieve a real jacquard effect. By simply working in a knit stitch in the round you will get a colored striped pattern with jacquard elements.
The seamless cowl knits up fast with just 3-4 balls (depending on which circumference you prefer) of Adriafil Knitcol a 100% superwash wool. Beginning with a provisional cast on and then just simply knit in the round until you have completed all balls. Leave enough for you to kitchener stitch the cast on and live stitches together to create a seamless finished garment.
The colored stripes in the yarn keep you knitting! L & B has 6 colors to choose from in brights and jewel tones. To take a look at the pattern just click here. L & B Yarn used 3 balls making the finished cowl 26″ in circumference, 4 balls will give you a 31″ circumference.
Among the Wildflowers by Sasha Ball Rives is a great Spring/Summer accessory for when you want to wear something knitted, but it is just too hot with all those layers! It looks like a kerchief, but without the ties because of the round construction. You won’t have to spend extra time adjusting or taking it on or off because of the lightweight fabric. This cute little accessory just takes one ball of Classic Elite Yarns Bella Lino a 58% linen, 26% viscose, 16% cotton blend.
Bella Lino is a lightweight yarn that creates an airy fabric with long harmonious stripes. The palette of summery shades each have a linen-hued base. This project is a super quick knit and great for knitters at any level! To take a look at the pattern just click here.
Aramingo by designer Corrina Ferguson is a beautiful solid piece bandana type cowl. This project begins like a flat triangular shawl worked back and forth in rows, with increases on each side of the center stitch and inside each selvedge. The stitches of the triangle are then joined for working in the round, and continue with increases on each side of the center stitch to extend the front point shaping.
The delicate lace pattern adds intricacy and texture to the finished garment. This project uses just one skein of Clara, a light and lofty sport-weight yarn with a hefty 385 yards per skein. The 100% superwash merino fiber takes dye beautifully (in addition to being beautifully easy to care for). Machine wash or hand wash in cool water and lay flat to dry.
Manos Del Uruguay is a non profit organization which assembles women in cooperatives scattered throughout the countryside of Uruguay. The aim of the organization is to bring economic and social opportunities to rural women. To take a look at the pattern just click here.