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Feast Your Eyes

from WIP Insanity
(6) Name: 'Knitting : Feast Your Eyes
Feast Your Eyes Feast Your Eyes: both sides shown
Feast Your Eyes Feast Your Eyes: alt. colourway side 1
Feast Your Eyes Feast Your Eyes: alt. colourway side 2

Basic Skills Necessary:

  • knit
  • purl
  • work in the round with DPNs/2 circulars/magic loop
  • graft, aka Kitchener stitch
  • work double knitting techniques (explained in pattern)

Pattern Description:

Tartan patterns are wonderful for babies - you can go with subtle, soft colours for a delicate look; bright, vibrant colours for a cheerful look; or mix and match! No matter what your colour choices end up being, this bib is wonderful for mealtimes. It's reversible, so you can flip it for the next feeding if the first side gets messy. It's double-thick, so it's extra-absorbent. And it fits on over baby's head, so it's hard for wee ones to take off by themselves!

This pattern is available individually or as part of the eBook "Flip for the Next Feed", which features this pattern plus four others for reversible bibs.

Gauge:

28 stitches and 21 rows = 4 inches in Double knitted stocking stitch on 4.5mm needles (14 sts/4" per side)

Sizing / Finished Measurements:

  • one size, approximately 9.25" x 13.5" laid flat

Materials:

  • approx. 74 yards worsted weight yarn, colour A
  • approx. 32 yards worsted weight yarn, colour B
  • approx. 43 yards worsted weight yarn, colour C
  • 2 stitch holders
  • spare length of yarn about 8" long
  • stitch marker, or whatever else you like to use to mark beginning of rounds
  • tapestry needle (for grafting)
  • (optional) safety pin

Suggested yarn:

149 yards of Worsted weight

Preferred Brand/Yarn:

cotton content
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$3.50

Beginner
Knitting
Accessory
Girls, Boys, Infant/Baby
Neckwear
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