Kureopatora Infinity Cowl

This cowl designed and knit by L & B Yarn Co. was knit in Noro Yarn Kureopatora.
Kureopatora Infinity Cowl-Noro Kureopatora

Wrap yourself in bold stripes of color with the Kureopatora Infinity Cowl by L & B Yarn Co. This is a simple soothing knit created in stockinette stitch. The cowl is knit flat and seamed together at the end by grafting the stitches together for a seamless one piece finished project.

This cowl designed and knit by L & B Yarn Co. was knit in Noro Yarn Kureopatora.
Kureopatora Infinity Cowl-Noro Kureopatora

The effortless stitch pattern shows off the beauty of the self striping yarn and is a fun pattern for knitters at any level. Kureopatora is 100% wool with a generous 295 yards per ball. The color choices are fabulous with long color repeats making the finished garment bright and beautiful.

This cowl designed and knit by L & B Yarn Co. was knit in Noro Yarn Kureopatora.
Kureopatora Infinity Cowl-Noro Kureopatora

Wear the cowl long or wrap it up around your face for extra warmth all winter long! To take a look at the pattern from L & B Yarn Co. just click here.

Kureopatora Infinity Cowl

This cowl designed and knit by L & B Yarn Co. was knit in Noro Yarn Kureopatora.
Kureopatora Infinity Cowl-Noro Kureopatora

Yarn: 3 Hanks Noro Kureopatora

Needles: 2 Sets of Size 9-24″ Circular Needle (1 set is used for grafting the cowl together at the end).

Step 1: CO 72 using the provisional cast on method.

Step 2: Work in stockinette stitch for 60″ *do not bind off*

Step 3: Remove provisional cast on and place stitches back on another set of needles.

Step 4: Being careful not to twist work, graft the beginning stitches together with the end stitches using the kitchener stitch. Weave in ends and block finished garment.

 

Hem to Hem

This garment designed in Oklahoma by L & B Yarn Co. is knit using Noro Taiyo
Hem to Hem-Noro Taiyo
Hem to Hem by L & B Yarn Co. can be worn as a caplet or you can bunch it up around the back of your neck to create a large textured cowl. This simple pattern is knit in the round in stockinette stitch and then taking the edges of the fabric and folding back a margin of the cloth you knit them together forming large hems that appear as folds.
This garment designed in Oklahoma by L & B Yarn Co. is knit using Noro Taiyo
Hem to Hem-Noro Taiyo
This garment takes 3 skeins of Noro Taiyo a heavy worsted weight cotton blend. Noro was founded over forty years ago by Eisaku Noro. The handcrafting yarns in particular are well known for their vivid colors and combinations of diverse fiber types.
This garment designed in Oklahoma by L & B Yarn Co. is knit using Noro Taiyo
Hem to Hem-Noro Taiyo
Noro yarns are unique in the yarn industry by having lengthier spans of color in the runs, causing thick striping patterns, as well as being partially spun by hand instead of being produced completely by machines. To take a look at the pattern by L & B Yarn Co. just click here.

Hanasaku Cowl

This cowl is knit using Universal Yarn Bamboo Bloom and Classic Shades for a beautiful textured knit.
Hanasaku Cowl-Universal Yarn Bamboo Bloom & Classic Shades

The Hanasaku Cowl by Tori Gurbisz is such a fabulous textured knit. Using the linen stitch and two different types of fibers together makes the finished project bright and interesting. This long fall version of the cowl is knit using 2 skeins of Bamboo Bloom and 2 skeins of Classic Shades by Universal Yarn.

This cowl is knit using Universal Yarn Bamboo Bloom and Classic Shades for a beautiful textured knit.
Hanasaku Cowl-Universal Yarn Bamboo Bloom & Classic Shades

Classic Shades is a soft-to-the touch acrylic/wool roving style yarn featuring a stunning colors which shade easily, one to the next. Pair this yarn with Bamboo Bloom a thick and thin, matte and shiny, acrylic, bamboo, and wool blend really makes the garment pop.

This cowl is knit using Universal Yarn Bamboo Bloom and Classic Shades for a beautiful textured knit.
Hanasaku Cowl-Universal Yarn Bamboo Bloom & Classic Shades

This pattern is worked as one piece in the round. While working the pattern, to customize size and to use all of your yarn, you can bind off after any Rnd 2. Just click here to take a look at the pattern!