Monday, 7 November 2011

Angry Bird Golf Club Cover




A gift for my mentor plus colleague.  He's also a super fan of angry birds so I thought I'll knit him a red angry birds golf cover.  My bf and I took it to the range for some photos after work.  Feisty looking fellow.  I think I need to knit one for myself too.!!!
Pattern available here.




Killerbees

7 comments:

  1. Ha ha ha! You are so talented!
    (yarnorgy on Ravelry)

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  2. LOVE the idea and it came out amazing. will you be making any of the other birds, or a pig ball cozy?

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  3. Starting on row 61, I don't understand this? To me it reads k all sts, but I am sure if that were the case it would be written as such. Any insight would be much appreciated. Thanks, Ruth

    Row 1-20(CC1): (k2p2) repeat
    Change to 3.25mm circular needle. Row 21-60(CC1): (k2p2) repeat
    Change to 4.00mm circular needle. Row 61: k5, k38, k5,
    Row 62: k6, k36, k6,
    Row 63: k7, k34, k7,
    Row 64: k8, k32, k8,
    Row 65: k9, k30, k9,
    Row 66: k10, k28, k10,
    Row 67: k11, k26, k11,
    Row 68: k12, k24, k12,
    Row 69: k13, k22, k13,
    Row 70: k14, k20, k14,
    Row 71: k16, k16, k16,
    Row 72-92: knit. 48st
    Row 93: (k2tog) repeat. 24st
    Row 94: knit
    Row 95: (k2tog) repeat. 12st

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    1. hi u need to change different colour yarn when the text are in red, or change to white if the text are in white. hope this helps.

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    2. I have never changed colours in the middle of a row before! I am up to row 61 and have looked on-line to find out how. I am afraid to make a mess and end up losing the first 60 rows. I cannot seem to find a tutorial about changing colours and then changing back ....

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  4. Anonymous: read the pattern again. The parts written on red are to be knitted in red. Thus in row 61 you knit 5 in red, then back in the contrasting color, then back to red.

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  5. Hi - just to let you know that I love this pattern and have have some changes to use it a little different. You are welcome to loook: http://strikkefryd.blogspot.dk/2012/12/angry-birds-pa-r.html

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