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Snowed In French Press Cozy


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Pattern Notes There's nothing like a big brunch on your snow day, and this cheerful cover for your french press will not only brighten even the gloomiest morning, but it will keep your coffee piping hot all the way through your meal. The matching coasters will be sure to make a charming addition to your brunch table. Instructions include both written and charted directions. This french press cozy has been designed to fit a Bodum Chambord 4 cup french press. If you have a larger or smaller sized press this pattern can be easily adapted to fit. The pattern repeat is 8 stitches and you may add or subtract this number from the cast on and still easily read the written directions. If you are using the chart, you can print two copies, fold one so that it repeats the correct number of stitches to see the chart for the new size. If your press is bigger around you also add extra garter stitch rows at the end, or use a second photocopy of the chart to increase the number of patterned rows until the fabric is long enough. You may also need to adjust the placement of the buttonhole yarn overs, depending on where your handle rests on your press. BASIC SKILLS NECESSARY knit purl yarn over knit two together GAUGE 10.5 stitches and 12 rows per 2 inches SIZING / FINISHED MEASUREMENTS 5 inches wide 13 inches long coaster is 4.25 inches square SUGGESTED YARN 65 yards of Worsted weight PREFERRED BRAND/YARN Cascade 220 COLORWAY Lagoon

Recommended with this pattern

  • 65 yards of worsted weight wool
  • darning needle for finishing
  • 1 pair if US7(4.75mm) straight needles

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Heidi Marie Knits
Heidi Marie Knits
Hi! I'm an avid knitter who loves to invent pretty little things. I also occasionally try my hand at sewing, gardening and baking. I hope you'll love my little knits as much as I love making them!