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Cerf-moi-fort! Hot Water Bottle Cover

By: Anne Sophie from Fibre and Folk
Cerf-moi-fort! Hot Water Bottle Cover
Cerf-moi-fort Hot Water Bottle Cover

"Winter will be warm and coy with this knitting hot water bottle cover! Its pretty deer and deer antlers patterns all in tapestry duplicate stitches make it a cocconing and nice project to make! The Cerf-moi-fort! cover is made in three parts. First part is the main fabric and the 1x1 rib collar. Second part is the tapestry duplicate stitch of the deer patterns. Third part is the finishes. Easy and meditative project, perfect for Christmas gift!"


Knitting Needle Size4 or 3.5 mm, Circular Knitting Needles, Double-Pointed Knitting Needles (DPNs)

Yarn Weight(3) Light/DK (21-24 stitches to 4 inches)

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This is a beautiful hot water bottle pattern BUT the website does not have a print option for the free pattern, and it can not be copied into Word since the copy function has been disabled. This is frustrating since I don't usually knit with my laptop so I will need to re-write the pattern out either by longhand or it in Word. I now have to decide if this pattern is worth the hassle.

I agree! I like it too but need to have the pattern where I can see it as I work on it. Is there any way to get the pattern?

I agree......veryyyyyyy frustrating!

Websites do not have to offer a print option, it is built into your device that you are using to view the pattern. With the pattern open on your screen, right click on the mouse, this will open a new window, in the new window scroll to and click on the print option, there are many pages there, so in print preview verify which page numbers the pattern is on and switch your print option from "all" to the page numbers you want to obtain the pattern. The other way to do it from a device is to click on the 3 vertical dots at the end of address bar, this opens a new window and you can click on print from there also, if your mouse is not cooperative on the first set of instructions I explained, you will still need to go into print preview to determine which pages to print, so you're not wasting any paper or ink printing the pattern. Hope this helps, happy knitting.


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