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 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.
A new shipment of Manos Alegria just arrived with 20 colors to choose from including this beauty Manglar. Alegria is a fingering weight, 75% wool, 25% polyamide with a hefty 445 yards per hank. Manos Del Uruguay is a member of the World Fair Trade Organization. The hands of 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.
I love this lightweight version of L & B Yarn Co.’s original paper poncho. The dropped stitches make it more open and airy, perfect to throw on over your favorite summer tank! We knit this one out of 3 skeins of Berroco Remix. Remix is a super soft, non-wool tweed yarn made from recycled fibers.
This machine washable yarn is made up of nylon, cotton, acrylic, silk and linen. The yarn is a great weathered tweed option without the wool. The pattern is great for knitters at any level, there are only a few different stitches you need to know and with minimal seaming it knits up quickly.
We received 7 colors of Remix in our latest Berroco shipment. Come by the store to pick up your favorite color, or call us to place an order 405-310-3636. The pattern is free with your purchase of the yarn!
This oversized shawl by Berroco Yarn is a great accessory to wrap up in on a cool spring evening. The charted lace pattern is easy to memorize and the yarn is luxurious. You just need 5 balls of Berroco Yarns new Summer Silk and L & B has 8 colors in stock!
This chainette yarn is a summer-y blend of cotton and silk, that is so, so, so, incredibly soft to the touch. Take a look at the pattern by clicking here.
I love the 3 Color Cashmere Cowl by Joji Locatelli. L & B Yarn Co. decided to knit ours up in a lightweight spring yarn, Hempathy by Elsebeth Lavold. The yarn is a hemp, cotton, and modal blend and is going to be fabulous with my spring wardrobe. L & B has 12 colors available to choose from in the original solid and 8 colors available in the new variegated Hempathy Prints.
This knit flew by, it was one of those projects that I didn’t want to end. The pattern changes periodically making you want to keep knitting so you can see how the next pattern looks in the yarn. I used 5 balls of Hempathy (2 pale silver, 2 bleached white, and 1 vibrant lemon) I literally used up every inch of the vibrant lemon but I had enough to finish that section.
Blocking this project went very well, the yarn is machine washable and I washed it on gentle cycle and then laid flat to dry. This yarn knitted up nicely and even more exciting is it washed beautifully. If you haven’t tried this pattern yet check it out by clicking here. You won’t be sorry that you did!!
Get 25% off Bamboo Pop today to create the Staggered Shawl by Amy Gunderson. This whimsical knit is a great intro to intarsia pattern and only takes 3 balls of Universal Yarns Bamboo Pop. Bamboo Pop is light and breezy the perfect yarn for summer projects.
It is a machine washable 50/50 cotton/bamboo blend with amazing drape and softness. The pattern is fun and definitely holds your interest by staggering the colors every few rows. The pattern begins in the top center and increases as you work on both sides and the center.
There are lots of awesome color combinations but we fell in love with the green, purple, and black the second we saw it! L & B has over 25 colors to choose from. You can check out the pattern by clicking here.
As engaging to style as it is to crochet, the Spiral Shawl by Donna Childs is worked in wedges formed by single, half-double and double crochet stitches. The sawtooth edge is shaped with short rows that are offset at the beginning of the row by chain-stitch extensions; the technique creates the narrow crescent shape. A narrow single-crochet band reinforces the top edge. Crocheted with 3 skeins of Silk Garden Lite this is a great accent piece for spring.
The colors of Noro adds drama with bright flashes of turquoise, pink and yellow against dark blue. The pattern can either be found in Noro Knitting Magazine Issue 9 or on Ravelry, just click here!
A new shipment of Yuri in 10 colors is here at L & B Yarn Co. This year round yarn in a sock weight that does so much more than socks, Yuri is made from incredibly soft merino (21 micron) and comes in ten tonally dyed shades. The merino is spun and dyed in Peru and grown in Uruguay, where it is certified to be from woolgrowers that do not practice museling on their sheep. The tone-on-tone dye effect adds a subtle depth to the floral inspired colors. Check out the 8 new patterns in Yuri on Ravelry, just click here!