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Country Quilt Potholder


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Looks like a cute "miniature" quilt! This can be made with your scraps of yarn, and knitted in no time at all! Make these up for teacher's gifts, and one for your neighbors! Uses about 10 yards each of 8 colors of worsted weight yarns. Knitting needles, 1 pr. US # 8. Finished size is about 6 1/2 by 8 inches. Very cute for "Country" decorating! GAUGE Gauge: 4 sts and 6 rows = 1 inch SIZING / FINISHED MEASUREMENTS Finished size: about 6 1/2" by 8" SUGGESTED YARN 80 yards of Worsted weight COLORWAY Knitter's Choice

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  • Worsted weight yarn, preferably cotton, about 10 yds each of 8 colors. 1 pr. U.S. #8

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