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Circular Placemats


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It appears to be ?swirling? right in front of your eyes. A fun and easy knit pattern, done on 36 inch circular knitting needle , US # 9. Use worsted weight yarns , or leftover yarns for stripes. You will need a few double pointed needles to finish decreasing and then you are done. No seams to sew! Makes a great place mat or table centerpiece to put your vase or teapot on. Finished size is 141/2? diameter. GAUGE 6 sts. and 8 rows to 1" SIZING / FINISHED MEASUREMENTS Finished size: 7 Inches Tall SUGGESTED YARN 160 yards of Sport weight COLORWAY Knitter's Choice

Supplies Needed

  • Baby yarn, approx. 1 1?2 oz. (about 160 yds.) plus small amount of pillow stuffing or potpourri 1-16" circular needle, size (U.S.) #4, and a 12" to 14" length or ribbon ( about 1?2" to 3/4" width)

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