Rasta Cowl

This cozy seed stitch cowl is quick, simple, and will keep you super warm!! All you need is two hanks of Malabrigo Rasta. This lightly-fulled single-ply yarn is super-sized and comes in a wide range of colorways. Malabrigo’s premium hand dyed Uruguayan merino is unbelievably squishy and soft. Wear this cowl long or wrap it twice, you will love how it feels bunched up around your neck.

Interested in the pattern? Using a size 19-32″ CO 85 stitches and work in seed stitch leaving enough yarn to bind off. BO, project complete!!


A Cascade Christmas-30% OFF


It’s a Cascade Christmas here at L & B Yarn Co. All of our Cascade Yarns will be 30% off today through December 25th!! Come choose from all your favorites including: Lana Grande, Eco Wool, Heritage, Pluscious, Heritage Silk, Cascade 220, Cascade 220 Superwash, Cascade 220 Sport, Cascade 128, Fixation, Ultra Pima, Alpaca Lace, and Pure Alpaca.

Dalgali Scarf


The Dalgali Scarf by Angela Gardner is fully reversible with a great springy texture. We used just one 200 gram ball of Marble Chunky by James C. Brett. This yarn is soft, colorful, and because it is 100% acrylic it can be machine washed. The pattern is fun and quick so it would be the perfect project for last minute gifts.


After the first few repeats you will have the pattern memorized. The scarf is worked on the diagnal adding an interest factor to the final product. The pattern can also be worked with 2 yarns alternating as you go for a larger size. I think one ball of marble made a great size scarf, ours measures 84″ long! To take a look at the pattern just click here.


Knit Your Bit


L & B Yarn Co is now a Community Partner with The National WWII Museum Knit Your Bit program. This is a volunteer-based effort to collect and distribute hand-knit or crocheted scarves to veterans in need. Since its launch in 2006, Knit Your Bit’s reach has been vast—more than 10,000 knitters and crocheters in all 50 states have participated. Through their efforts, the Museum has distributed 50,000 scarves to approximately 1,000 veterans’ centers, hospitals, and service organizations across the country. You may use any yarn, but please keep the colors gender neutral. Here is a link to the Knit Your Bit website just click here to find patterns and more information about the project! If you would like to donate just bring your scarf by the shop and we will get it to the museum for distribution.