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Ten Minute Tea Cup Bookmark

By: Cveti from c v e t u l k a knits

Trying to clean out your yarn bin? Try out the scrap busting Ten Minute Tea Cup Bookmark. This adorable little knit bookmark pattern will keep your place without damaging the pages of your favorite book. The Ten Minute Tea Cup Bookmark is a simple pattern, and a wonderfully satisfying project for beginning knitters because it can be finished in no time. This cute little bookmark would make a great gift for the avid reader in your life.

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Knitting Needle Size3 or 3.25 mm

Yarn Weight(1) Super Fine (27-32 stitches to 4 inches)

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This is just perfect. I was looking for some quick but unique and useable stocking stuffers and this just fills the bill! All of my family reads and many of them drink tea. The ones who don't, drink coffee so I will have to get a little creative. I love the idea!

Really cute gift idea. The pattern doesn't really specify a yarn weight. Just yarn for the needle size. LIke the other reviewer, I don't know that wool is the best choice. I like the idea of using cotton, or even playing around with floss, perle cotton, or cotton thread (maybe doubled). As a real bibliophile, I know that my other book reading friends would be crazy about receiving this as a gift. I think this is a pattern that would need to be played with to find the right "yarn".

really cute and effective! I used cotton instead of fine wool and that made it thinner and therefore better for your book. it lost some structure though so I sewed on a backing of cotton. I also tried dipping it in a cup of camomile tea and it made it smell amazing! Great for beginners!

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