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Kitamu Cup Cuddler - Half Brioche Stitch

by Kara Mayfield
(Carmichael, CA)

Kitamu Cub Cuddler by Kara Mayfield

Kitamu Cub Cuddler by Kara Mayfield



This is a free knitting pattern designed by me. I hope you will have lots of fun using up those leftover bits of yarn with this easy cup cuddler pattern. I designed this quick knit Cup Cuddler pattern for a small size coffee cup but it can easily be adjusted for a larger one. If you find you want a looser fit, simply use the number of cast on stitches shown in the () parentheses. The cup cuddler is fun to make and knits up within about an hour. They are terrific for gift giving, too!
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Finished Measurements: Approximately 3 ” x 8 ¾ “

Materials:

* Any worsted weight yarn, about 25 yards. I used: Leftovers of 1 Skein of Minnowknits

* Size 6 US, 4” short double point knitting needles.

* 1 Stitch Marker

* Tapestry needle

Abbreviations:

Beg – beginning
B.O. – Bind off
C.O. – Cast-on
K, k – Knit
P, p – Purl
Rep – repeat
St (sts) – stitch (stitches)
Irb – in row below; knit one in the next stitch in the row below.

Pattern: (Worked in the round)

Place a stitch marker at beg of the round.
C.O. 32 (36 ) sts and join round.
Round 1: Purl
Round 2: *K1, k1-irb; rep from *.
Round 3: Purl
Round 4: *K1-irb, k1; rep from *.
Repeat rounds 1-4 for pattern until piece measures 3” from beg. B.O. loosely in pattern, break yarn, tie off, weave in ends.
Created by Kara Mayfield © 2010


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Jun 20, 2011
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Love Your Kitamu Cup Cuddler!
by: Anonymous

Thank you very much Kara for your beautiful Kitamu Cub Cuddler Pattern. I stopped by at you shop and I just LOVE your knitting pattern collections. They're wonderful!

Wishing you the best,
Ratcha

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