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Knitted Golf Club Covers


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This is a very easy pattern! Did your hubby ask you to knit up some golf club covers? Why not start with this super simple pattern! These are not only easy, but fast to make. Chose his favorite colors, or sports team colors! Uses bulky weight yarns, knitting needles, US # 10. This would be a good way to use up the bulky yarns you have in your scrap box! GAUGE Gauge - 4 sts and 5 rows = 1 inch SUGGESTED YARN 50 yards of Bulky weight COLORWAY Knitter's Choice

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  • Bulky weight yarn, approximately 50 yards. US size 10 knitting needles. Small amount of bulky , worsted , or other yarn for top pompon.

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