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Hot Water Bottle Cover with Pocket

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This hot water bottle cover has a convenient pocket to keep your hands toasty. Simple cables wind up both the back and front, and end in an unfussy fold-over top. Tweed yarn gives it a rustic and masculine look, but the pattern would work just as well in a solid colour aran yarn, as a gift for a lady. This is a quick and easy knit that is genuinely useful to everyone, for keeping warm at night, easing aches, or even just for some comforting. The pattern is designed to fit a hot water bottle 19cm x 30cm, but can easily be adapted to suit larger or smaller bottles.

  • Knit flat,
  • back and front separately,
  • with front row shaping on the front of the pocket,
  • and the back of the pocket knit separately and sewn on.
  • 2 balls Rowan Scottish Tweed Aran
  • [100gr; 100% wool; 170m/186yds;
  • in shade 027 Lewis Grey]
  • or 3 balls Rowan Felted Tweed Aran
  • [50gr; 50% merino wool, 25% alpaca, 25% viscose; 87m/95yds;
  • in shade 729 Soot]
  • or approx. 230m/252 yds of aran weight yarn.
  • 14 sts / 27 rows
  • over 10cm / 4in
  • (with 4.5mm (US 7) needles,
  • in garter stitch).
  • Finished size is 21cm x 34cm, approx. 8¼ x 13½in.
  • To fit a hot water bottle 19cm x 30cm.
  • 4.5mm (US 7) straight needles
  • or size to get gauge.
  • cable needle
  • tapestry needle for weaving in ends

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