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Kevin the Minion Golf Club Cover Pattern


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I created this golf club cover for a friend, took a photo and posted it on Instagram, Facebook and Pinterest. I was surprised to receive comments, inquiries and orders for it from all over the world! But I also received inquiries for a written pattern. So after making several covers, learning new things along the way, I refined the pattern and decided to write it. This golf club cover is made of 5 parts - Head/Body, Hat, Goggles, Vest and Sock. It can fit a 460cc driver approximately 13.5 - 16" in circumference but may be adjusted to fit smaller clubs. This pattern has 26 pages and includes over 80 photos with step by step instructions. I hope you learn new skills as I have while creating this project. BASIC SKILLS NECESSARY To complete this project, you'll need to know how to make a magic or adjustable ring, single crochet, half double crochet, increase, decrease, tapestry crochet, change colors while carrying the alternated yarn, crochet in reverse, and learn how to Knook(tm) or knit by watching a YouTube video specified in the pattern. GAUGE 10 sc = 2.4 inches SUGGESTED YARN 180 yards of Worsted weight PREFERRED BRAND/YARN Red Heart Super Saver, Caron Simply Soft Solids, Bernat Super Value

Recommended with this pattern

  • 100g Warm Brown or Tan Medium 4 Worsted Weight or 10 ply - approx 180 yards or 160 meters
  • 100g Yellow Medium 4 Worsted Weight or 10 ply - approx 180 yards or 160 meters
  • Small amount of Black Medium 4 Worsted Weight or 10 ply

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Safety Eyes & Ami Manila
Safety Eyes & Ami Manila
My name is Rosanna. I sell safety eyes from my online store and crochet on weekends. I like making amigurumi, baby boots and scarves.