Knitting pattern instructions to knit these two placemats. The small rabbit is the right size for your cup, where as the larger mat is ok for a plate or centre piece to your table or dresser.
Main Colours Required : 100-150g Peach, 100g Cream. Oddment of Black.
Completed Dimensions : Placemat 42cm long, 11cm high at head and Cup holder 18cm long, 9cm high at head approx.
3mm Single Pointed Knitting Needles (UK 11, US 3)
Cast on, 'k' – Knit, 'p' – Purl, 'inc' – Increase by Knitting into the Front and Back of a Stitch, 'k2tog' – Decrease by Knitting Two Stitches Together, Cast Off, Sewing Pieces Together, Inserting Toy Stuffing
Double Knitting (Light Worsted, 8ply, No.3, Approx 300m/100g)
Toy Stuffing (Fiberfill or Wool Stuffing)
Yarn Sewing Needle
Knitting – With 2 Single Pointed Needles
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26 sts x 33 rows = 10cm x 10cm in St-St With Double Knitting Yarn
All Pieces are Knitted Flat and Seamed
Advice for Knitters
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Help to avoid wobbly knitted heads
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Is That Right?It Seems Too Small
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