Welcome Mossy Rock Shawl and Regimental Cowl!

We're pleased as punch to welcome two new patterns to The Lamb & Kid Designs fold -- one crocheted, and one knit!

The Mossy Rock Shawl shown in Big Birdie in colors Frayed Jeans and Oats. Solid color shawls are in color Taffy and in color Conversation Pit.


The Mossy Rock Shawl, designed by our in-house crochet enthusiast Lydia Henning, is a crochet version of our beloved Sampler Shawl in a favorite yarn – really, what’s not to like? It's worked from the top down using Big Birdie and a bigger hook in a simple stitch pattern called moss stitch or granite stitch. Choose one color for dramatic impact, or stripe with two or more colors for a playful and sporty accessory or an effective stash busting project.

Grab your copy of our free pattern on our website, or on Ravelry. The shawl as written uses 4 skeins of Big Birdie in total. You can purchase from our hand-dyed Big Birdie stock, call the shop (we have lots available!), or order from a weekend's dyed-to-order event.

This project is suitable for crochet newbies and a relaxing project for those of you adept with a hook!

The Regimental Cowl is being worn in Birdie held double in colors Paisley, Waverly, and Pinafore. The cowl held in Sarah's hand is knit in colors Alpine Flannel, Glass Jar, and Tart.


The Regimental Cowl is a speedy and satisfying project, knit in Birdie held doubled. We offer our Dimond Laine Birdie yarn in well over a hundred glorious hand-dyed colors. It’s a firm favorite for all kinds of projects – held double, knit by itself, or stranded along with another yarn. For the Regimental Cowl, we invite you to pick three colors and enjoy the color play of simple regimental stripes knit into a hybrid of a triangular shawl and a cowl. It’s an easily styled piece that you’ll knit again and again.

Grab your copy of our free pattern on our website, or on RavelryThe cowl uses 3 skeins of Birdie, 1 each in 3 colors. You can purchase from our hand-dyed Birdie stock, call the shop (we have lots available!), or order from a weekend's dyed-to-order event.

Please do tag us on Instagram (@thelambandkid) to show us what you make! We can't wait to see how you make these patterns your own.


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