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Felted Needle Case


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The perfectly adorable way to keep your needles organized! Make one for yourself! Or - Makes a perfect present for a fellow knitter! These couldn't be easier to make! Simply knit a rectangle, felt it, line it with coordinating fabric (don't worry - we walk you through it step by step) and Ta-Da! You've got a great felted needle case! The pattern is written so that you can use EITHER worsted OR bulky weight yarn! Happy days! BASIC SKILLS NECESSARY Knit and Purl! That's it! You can do it! GAUGE Doesn't matter. Yippeeee! SIZING / FINISHED MEASUREMENTS After Felting, the outside dimensions will be approximately 17" wide by 12" tall. SUGGESTED YARN 350 yards of Worsted weight PREFERRED BRAND/YARN Wool that will felt COLORWAY You pick!

Supplies Needed

  • Yarn: Approx 350(200) yards wool yarn that will felt
  • Needles: Size 10 (11) needles
  • Tapestry needle for finishing, fabric to coordinate with your yarn, scissors, tape measure, thread, sewing machine

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Live.Knit.Love patterns are the sole designs of Marjan & Jaime Marsman, a mother & daughter knitting team. As knitters and as former shop owners, they know how invaluable it is to have patterns that are reliable, understandable, well-written and inspiring - so they decided to create their own! They love to make even the simplest of designs fun and enchanting through clever designs, unique construction and special little touches of whimsy! Each pattern is written in a pleasant, engaging and easy-to-understand manner - full of helpful tidbits and knitting humor! Marjan & Jaime believe that the pattern should be as enjoyable as the finished project! After all, you're going to be spending a lot of time with your pattern - shouldn't it be a pattern that you enjoy?