This $20 class will teach students how to work double crochet on the bias. The class will be held Saturday, January 28th from 1:00pm-3:00pm. Students will need to bring 90 yards of worsted weight cotton, G or H hook, scissors, and tapestry needle. Materials are not included.
The Simple Granny Shrug Sweater by Regina S. Graham is a great throw on over anything and look adorable shrug! L & B used five balls of Noro Taiyo in five different colorways. Noro Taiyo has a beautiful fiber content with unbelievable next to the skin softness. L & B has 12 gorgeous colorways to choose from. You can either mix it up by picking five of your favorite colors or use all the same color and start crocheting a granny square.
This project also makes a great stash buster because any yarn will work, size and gauge are not necessary for this project, you just crochet until you are happy with the size and seam it together. After you have seamed it up just add a collar and cuffs to the arms and BOOM, shrug complete! To take a look at this pattern just click here.
I have always worn my hair in a messy bun but it’s hard to find a hat to fit over the mound of mess on the top of my head! When I saw the messy bun hat there would no longer be any issues for me in this department, just click here to take a look at the pattern. I whipped one out in just two hours using Tricked Out Ewe-The Incredible Bulk!
This yarn is Hand Dyed by our friend, the very talented Ashley Turner. The colors are bright and the yarn is so so super soft and bouncy, you will have a blast knitting with it! You only need one hank of The Incredible Bulk a 80% Superwash Merino Wool and 20% Nylon. We have 6 colors available right now so come by to pick up a skein for your messy bun hat. Not sure how to make hats? L & B is offering the Messy Bun Hat Class Saturday, January 14th click here for more information. To find out more about Tricked Out Ewe visit the website here or Ashley’s facebook page here.
76 Yards of Chunky Weight Yarn-Tricked Out Ewe/The Incredible Bulk!
Size 10.5 Needle
Gauge: 3 sts= 1”
Cast -On 52 Stitches connect in the round being careful not to twist, place marker
Step 1: *K2,P2* repeat * for 8 rounds
Step2: Purl 3 rounds
Step 3: Knit 3 rounds
Step 4: Steps 2 & 3 twice more
Step 5: Purl 1 round
Step 6: P2tog around (26 sts)
Step 7: Bind-off in purl
Weave in your ends