Chrysanthemum Bottle Cover


It’s cold outside. The wolves are after you. All you need to do is cozy up with a hot water bottle, some knitting, and a cup of tea and wait for spring! But, in all seriousness, hot water bottles are guaranteed to bring the cozy times, and nothing could be better than hot water bottle all dressed up in a little tweed sweater. It’s the cutest, really.

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Courtney Kelley
Kelbourne Woolens Lucky Tweed: golden 734, 1 skein.
23 sts and 23 rows = 4” in honeycomb pattern, after blocking.
14.5 sts and 23 rows = 4” in stockinette stitch, after blocking.
1 set US 7 (4.5 mm) DPNs.
1 – 16” (40 cm) US 8 (5 mm) circular.
1 set US 8 (5 mm) DPNs.
Check your gauge and adjust needle size(s) accordingly if necessary.
2 stitch markers, cable needle, darning needle.
Body: 15.25” (39 cm) circumference, 10.5” (26.5 cm) height from cast-on to start of ribbing.
Ribbed cuff: 7.5” circumference, 3” height.
Knitting in the round, working cables from written instructions or a chart.

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Photography by Kate Gagnon Osborn

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