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Knit Band Aid Glam

By: Jordan from In It to Knit It

Give those boo-boos a little love with the Knit Band Aid Glam knitting pattern. This knit bandage cover is a great way to get rid of left over yarn as well as jazz up a boring bandage. These cushy little knits are a soft and cozy way to protect your finger cuts and scrapes from infection. Knit a few for someone who's prone to minor injuries, or have a few on hand to cheer up your kids when they stub a finger or toe. A quick kiss and some Knit Band Aid Glam will make everything feel better.

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Knitting Needle Size3 or 3.25 mm

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

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These are such a simple thing, yet they are very handy to have. I crochet more than I knit, but I prefer these knitted. They seem to stay on better. My fingers get blistered and calloused when I crochet sculpt because of the tight stitches I make. These little bandaids really help reduce the pain.

These are adorable. I am going to make some for myself. When I cook I always seems to be cutting or burning myself. Also in work there are the paper cuts. I have a lot of scrap yarn. I can also make them and bring them in the office for the young children that come in with their parents. I can think of several designs to put on them. Thank you.

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