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Easy Peasy Pumpkin Potholders
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"It's getting colder outside. To get into the mood for autumn and to get some cozy decoration, knit yourself a couple of pumpkin shaped potholders. These potholders are knitted all in garter stitch to give them a certain thickness and squishyness. They are shaped using a combination of short rows and increases/decreases. These potholders can be knit up quickly and you can use any cotton scraps you might have left over from another project."
Knitting Needle Size6 or 4 mm
Yarn Weight(3) Light/DK (21-24 stitches to 4 inches)
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Sep 30, 2018
What a cute potholder! And just in time for Fall and Thanksgiving. I like to make different potholders and other accessories for the holidays. I also give them as gifts. It does not cost much to make and you have something unique. I like this pattern because it teaches different techniques. You learn short rows and intarsia. You can make the pumpkins in all the different colors pumpkins come in. Thank you for the pattern.
Sep 25, 2017
Ok, I'm not big on fall decorations, but these are just so cute. I would totally make a set of these for my kitchen or as a gift for a fall-loving friend.
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