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 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.
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.
The entire project is worked in the round until you use up all of the 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!
The Crochet Infinity Cowl is summer favorite here at L & B Yarn. This design from Queensland 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. It can be crocheted in just a few hours making it a super fun project.
The pattern is great for beginners who already know how to chain and single crochet. If you are a veteran crocheter you will enjoy how the colors blend together to make a true work of art.
L & B has crocheted this project up in a couple of different color options just click here to take a look. Click here to take a look at the pattern.
This Simple Seamless Cowl by Plymouth Yarn knits up in a bright accent for spring! This user-friendly jacquard has been dyed in an eight-color thread to achieve a real jacquard effect. By simply working in a knit stitch in the round you will get a colored striped pattern with jacquard elements.
The seamless cowl knits up fast with just 3-4 balls (depending on which circumference you prefer) of Adriafil Knitcol a 100% superwash wool. Beginning with a provisional cast on and then just simply knit in the round until you have completed all balls. Leave enough for you to kitchener stitch the cast on and live stitches together to create a seamless finished garment.
The colored stripes in the yarn keep you knitting! L & B has 6 colors to choose from in brights and jewel tones. To take a look at the pattern just click here. L & B Yarn used 3 balls making the finished cowl 26″ in circumference, 4 balls will give you a 31″ circumference.