Arteixo Cowl

Arteixo Cowl-Malabrigo Rasta

Using only one skein of Rasta you can easily knit up this super squooshy cowl in no time. A simple lifted YO technique brings an interesting texture to the piece without much extra effort. Perfect for holiday gifts L & B used Rasta TriBeCa Cucumber!! Just the name Rasta conjures images of gloriously bulky softness ready to be crafted into sumptuous and cozy pieces to adorn your life.

Arteixo Cowl-Malabrigo Rasta

Long has it been available in a stunning array of rich colors to tempt all tastes. Malabrigo is pleased to introduce some new additions to the Rasta palette. Check out Cucumber, Cape Cod, and Fog available now here at L & B Yarn Co.!!

Zigzag Cable Cowl

The Zigzag Cable Cowl by Lisa R. Myers is a simple one hank project. This cowl is the perfect size to wear under a coat to keep your neck warm without lots of bulk.
Zigzag Cable Cowl-Manos Del Uruguay Clara

The Zigzag Cable Cowl by Lisa R. Myers is a simple one hank project. This cowl is the perfect size to wear under a coat to keep your neck warm without lots of bulk. This pattern is worked in the round without a seam and no pesky ends to weave in, just your cast on tail and bind off tail.

The Zigzag Cable Cowl by Lisa R. Myers is a simple one hank project. This cowl is the perfect size to wear under a coat to keep your neck warm without lots of bulk.
Zigzag Cable Cowl-Manos Del Uruguay Clara

The zigzag is created by increases, decreases, and a quick four stitch cable every 4 rows. Clara by Manos Del Uruguay is 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 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.

Knit Infinity Cowl

The Knit Infinity Cowl by L & B Yarn Co. was inspired by the crochet version by Queensland Collection
Knit Infinity Cowl-Queensland Collection Cairns

The Knit Infinity Cowl by L & B Yarn Co. was inspired by the Crochet Infinity Cowl by Queensland Collection. Like the crochet, this knit version 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.

The Knit Infinity Cowl by L & B Yarn Co. was inspired by the crochet version by Queensland Collection
Knit Infinity Cowl-Queensland Collection Cairns

The alternating linen stitch pattern is simple enough for a seasoned beginner and easy to memorize. If you are a veteran knitter you will enjoy how the colors blend together to make a true work of art. Click here to take a look at the pattern from L & B Yarn Co.

Hanasaku Cowl

This simple cowl from Universal Yarn knits up quick in a linen stitch mixing two different fibers.
Hanasaku Cowl-Universal Yarn Bamboo Pop & Bamboo Bloom

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 gives the finished project very textural woven look. L & B Yarn Co. paired Universal Yarn Bamboo Pop and Universal Yarn Bamboo Bloom for a more lightweight spring version.

This simple cowl from Universal Yarn knits up quick in a linen stitch mixing two different fibers.
Hanasaku Cowl-Universal Yarn Bamboo Pop & Bamboo Bloom

The entire project is worked in the round until you use up all of the Bamboo Bloom.

This simple cowl from Universal Yarn knits up quick in a linen stitch mixing two different fibers.
Hanasaku Cowl-Universal Yarn Bamboo Pop & Bamboo Bloom

The pattern is written with two different lengths, the photograph shows the short version. Knitters can also be customize the size to use all of the yarn, just bind off after any round 2. Just click here to take a look at the pattern!