Our customer Kath created this gorgeous bandana-style cowl out of one skein of Dragonfly Fibers' Traveller DK in African Daisy. The brilliant colors in the yarn really pop in this adorable and easy project. We love it!
To make one for yourself, pick up a skein of Traveller DK, a super-soft hand-dyed merino in any of Dragonfly Fibers' stunning colorways, then head over to Kath's Ravelry page for the project, where she gives easy instructions for making your own bandana cowl.
Great job, Kath!
The Chocolate Tweed Cowl is a pretty, easy project that can be worked in a variety of colors. I made mine in three shades of Cedar House Yarns' Sapling Sock: Smoked Porter, Bark, and Cervidae. Worked together, they look like a pretty, striped tweed.
Try out this lovely free project for yourself. Download it and have fun!
About a month ago, we asked a select group of Ravelry and r/knitting group users to knit up something from one of our lovely yarns for us to use as "shop" samples. Ravelry user eightyeightkate chose to make this gorgeous cowl using the Cornflower Cowl pattern and less than 1 skein of Blacker Tamar Lustre DK in Gannel. Isn't it gorgeous? We love the pretty cables, and the Tamar Lustre really shows them off while retaining a "fuzzy" look. Tamar Lustre is made from the wool of heirloom long-fiber breeds, so it has a soft-yet-crisp appearance that's unique among the yarns we carry....