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.

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