1 - arnold

Knitting
Aran (8 wpi) ?
14 stitches and 22 rows = 4 inches
in stockinette
US 11 - 8.0 mm
US 6 - 4.0 mm
400 yards (366 m)
one size
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PATTERN
The combination of felting yarn, for the heads, and a super wash non-felting yarn, for the ribbing, allows you to complete the covers before they go through the felting process with the ribbing remaining as stretchy as when knit . Three different patterns, gingham (intarsia)—dots (fair-isle)—two color stripe, in the same color combination make this a very striking set. They are generously sized to fit your largest irons. The covers are seamed up the back and finished with a matching super wash pompom. These unusual golf club covers will look great in your club or school colors. The pattern is easy to follow and includes a schematic.

YARN USED FOR SAMPLE
NOTE
The yarn used for the cuffs and pompons must be superwash.
The yarn used for the cap must be feltable.

FOR CUFF AND POMPON ONLY
Brown Sheep—Superwash Worsted Wool
100% superwash wool
3.5 ounces-100 grams 200 yards-183 m each
2 pull skeins

FOR CAP ONLY
Lamb’s Pride Worsted
85% wool—15% mohair
4 ounces-113 grams— 190 yards-174 m each pull skein
Main Color—2 skeins
Contrasting Color—1 skein

NEEDLES
Size 6-4 mm and Size 11-8 mm or size needles to obtain the correct gauge

OTHER NOTIONS
Tapestry Needle
Identifying Club Numbers--optional

GAUGE
14 stitches and 22 rows = 4 inches-10 cm in stockinette stitch on size 11 8 mm needles before felting

When felting the gauge can be a bit off. Felting is not an exact science. There are many variables, including the temperature of the water you are using, the agitation of your washing machine, how long you leave it in the water, the yarn you are using and many more.
Also:
If your gauge is too tight the covers will not felt well
If your gauge is too loose you may run out of yarn