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golf club covers 5 - ben crenshaw




Each golf club cover has a different Aran pattern as found in Irish Fisherman sweaters. This is a great way to practice Aran patterns before you make a bigger project. Knit on straight needles.




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One size fits most clubs
The finished size is controlled by how long and how many times you felt the club covers.

A: Brown Sheep - Lamb's Pride Superwash Worsted
100% superwash wool
100 grams - 200 yards each
2 pull skeins Alabaster SW10 - FOR CUFF AND POMPON ONLY

B: Brown Sheep - Lamb's Pride Worsted
85% wool - 15% mohair
113 grams - 190 yards each
2 pull skeins Aran M140 - FOR THE CAP

Note: The yarn used for the cuff and pompon (A) must be superwash
          The yarn for the cap (B) must be 100% feltable

For your golf club covers to be the correct size, it is not the brand of yarn that matters, but the GAUGE that is important.

It is best to refer to the yardage to determine how many skeins or balls to purchase.

Size 6 and size 11 straight needles; or size needles to obtain the correct gauge

tapestry Needle
Identifying Club Numbers - optional

16 stitches and 22 rows = 4 inches in stockinette stitch on size 11 needles before felting

When felting the gauge does not have to be exact, but:
If your gauge is too tight the covers will not felt well
If your gauge is too loose you may run out of yarn

  Projects with a variety of stitches, such as basic cables    and lace, simple intarsia, double-pointed needles and   knitting in the round needle techniques, mid-level   shaping and finishing.

This pattern is also available as a kit.  Click here for details.

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golf club covers 5 - ben crenshaw


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