Alpinist Hot Water Bottle Cover by Littletheorem
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Alpinist Hot Water Bottle Cover

Knitting
August 2014
Super Bulky (5-6 wpi) ?
10 stitches and 12 rows = 4 inches
in Stocking Stitch
US 15 - 10.0 mm
125 yards (114 m)
One size: 9" x 13" to fit a standard hot water bottle
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A cute hot water bottle cover with a sweet fairisle design. The perfect thing for warming chilly toes after a day in the mountains. This cover is knitted from the bottom up in the round with no seaming. We use jogless stripe techniques to ensure seamless colour changes. This is perfect gift material, worked in bulky yarn it takes no time at all to knit up. Might as well make one for yourself too though!

Yarn: Rico Design Essentials Super Super Chunky
Meterage
MC: Dark grey 60m
CC1: Cream 30m
CC2: Melon 20m
Total meterage: 110m

Yardage
MC: Dark grey 65yds
CC1: Cream 35yds
CC2: Melon 25yds
Total yardage 125yds

Gauge: 10sts and 12 rows = 4” in stocking stitch with 10mm/US 15 needles

Needles: One 10mm/US 15 100cm/40”
circular needle for working magic loop.
Extras: One stitch marker, crochet hook for weaving in ends.

Dimensions:
9” across x 13” high to fit a standard hot water bottle.

We assume that knitters have a basic understanding of fair isle knitting, can use a figure 8 cast on, and can work using magic loop. If you have any issues with these techniques however, I am happy to offer help and advice.