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Herringbone Cup Cozy Tazo


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What a fun way to learn how to knit a new knit stitch and use up those bits of yarn in your left over stash! I designed this quick knit "Cup Cuddler" pattern to fit most size travel mugs, disposable cups, and even for toddlers sippy cups or baby bottles. There is no seam to sew up because I designed the pattern to be knit in one piece. Once you bind off your Cup Cuddler is ready to use. I recommend you use cotton yarn for a cold beverage sleeve and a wool/wool blend yarn for a hot beverage sleeve. Skill level is some experience. Stitches: Knit, Purl, cast-on, bind-off Worked in the round on double point knitting needles. Please feel free to contact me with any question. Thank you for looking! *Not for commercial use* Created by Kara Mayfield Copyright 2010 BASIC SKILLS NECESSARY Knit, Purl, cast-on, bind-off SUGGESTED YARN 20 yards of Worsted weight PREFERRED BRAND/YARN Jil Eaton MinnowMerino 100% superfine superwash merino worsted weight single ply 50g/77yds COLORWAY grey

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  • worsted weight yarn, double pointed knitting needles.

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Knit 'n Kaboodle Designs
Knit 'n Kaboodle Designs
ara Mayfield lives with her husband and two adorable children in Citrus Heights, California. She worked as a telemarketer and auto insurance claims adjuster for 25 years before she decided to follow her lifelong dream of turning her hobby into her day job. Kara’s studio is based out of her home in Citrus Heights, California where she design and create with a number of different media; fiber, knitting, embroidery, jewelry making, polymer clay, sewing, computer graphics, and writing. Kara started selling her products on the Etsy marketplace in February 2009. Since then she’s published two knitting pattern books, 49 knitting patterns (and counting), and successfully sold many of her hand made products. Proudly she’s also been featured in Better Homes and Gardens DIY 2013 Best of Etsy Special Edition.