Row 3: K2, ssk, yo, ssk, yo, ssk, k2, sm, *k1, p1;
Tuck= (Tuck is also known as knitting or purling into the row below.)
ON WS: Insert the right hand needle through the center of the stitch that is one row below and k this stitch, slipping the left hand st off the needle.
ON RS: (From back to front as you would normally purl a stitch) insert the right hand needle through the center of the stitch that is one row below and p this stitch, slipping the left hand st off the needle.
Row 20: Sl 1, k12, k2tog, (yo)2x, k2tog, k8.
CENTER: With E hook CH 6, join to form ring,
CH 4, keeping last loop of each st on hook, 2 TR in ring, thread over and pull thru all remaining loops, Ch 3, TR in ring, *CH3, cluster st in ring (cluster st: keeping last loop of each st on hook, 3 TR in ring, thread over and pull thru all remaining loops), CH 3, TR in ring, repeat from * 6 times. Ch 3, join in first cluster st.
11” height, 12” width at front/back, 6” gusset
3—100g skeins, color 505 Medium Grey Tweed
1—100g skein, color 525 Pale Moss Tweed
Gauge: 10 sts and 16 rows = 4" in garter st (k every row) holding 2 strands together on US size 13 (9mm) before felting.
Needles: US Size 13 (9mm) 24” circular needle, US Size 13 (9mm) or 15 (10mm) DPNs for icord.
To Fit Average Hot Water Bottle:
10 ½” tall (not including neck) x 15” circumference Measured unfilled
1—100g skein color 502 Taupe Tweed
Needles: US 8 (5mm)- 16” circular needle, US Size 8 (5mm) DPNs, 2 st markers (m).
One size: piece is 24” x 48”
Homestead Tweed—4—100g hanks shown in color 525
Gauge: 16 sts 22 rows = 4” over rib pattern
Needles: 24” circular US Size 9 (5.5mm) knitting needles.
With larger circular needle, CO 9 sts. K 1 row.
Row 1 (RS): K3, yo, pm, k3, pm, yo, k3—2 sts inc’d. 11 sts.
Row 2 (WS): K all sts.
Row 3: K to marker, yo, sl m, k 3, sl m, yo, k to end of row—2 sts inc’d. 13 sts.