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Berry Sweet

from IndigoMuse Designs
(6) Name: 'Knitting : Berry Sweet
Berry Sweet
Berry Sweet
Berry Sweet
Berry Sweet
Berry Sweet

Basic Skills Necessary:

  • While a swatch isn't necessary, felting is different for everyone because of the yarn used, pH of the water, detergent and type of washing machine. Knit and felt a 4"x4" swatch so you have some idea of what your results will be BEFORE knitting your project. If you have questions, feel free to email me at indigomuse@msn.com.
  • You should know how to knit and purl before attempting this pattern

Pattern Description:

This adorable kawaii berry is the perfect gift to warm the heart, body and soul of your sweetie. Stuff with a heart-shaped hot water bottle (as shown) or make a heat therapy bag filled with flax seeds and lavender. Or stuff with Fiberfil to make a snuggly little pillow.

Gauge:

11 stitches and 14 rows = 4 inches in stockinette stitch, before felting

Sizing / Finished Measurements:

  • FINISHED MEASUREMENTS 10" (25.5 cm) x 8.25" (21 cm) hot water bottle cozy 3.5" (9 cm) x 2.75"(7 cm) sachet

Materials:

  • 1 skein Cascade 220 in Red
  • 1 skein Cascade 220 in Leaf Green
  • Small amount of gold and black yarn, embroidery thread or roving for seeds and mouth
  • 1 set US 13/9.0 mm double-pointed needles
  • 16" (40.6 mm) US 13/9.0 mm circular needle
  • Optional heat therapy bag materials

You Will Also Need:

  • Split ring stitch markers
  • Tapestry needle
  • Felting needle (optional)
  • Safety eyes (optional)
  • Buttons
  • Washing machine
  • Pillowcase for felting in washing machine
  • Small amount of ribbon (optional)
  • Fragrant herbs such as lavender flowers and small square of fabric
  • 9.75" (24.7 cm) x 8"(20.3 cm) heart-shaped rubber hot water bottle
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About the designer

My grandma taught me how to sew when I was four years old and I've never looked back. Over the years, I've dabbled in crochet, marbling and paper arts before settling into knitting and spinning (with ...

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