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‘You’re a Hottie!’ Hot Water Bottle Cover Knitting Pattern.

This chunky knit hot water bottle cover is super cosy and incredibly pretty!

The PDF knitting pattern includes written instructions for both straight needle knitting and in the round using the magic loop method.

It’s a great project for confident beginner knitters opting for straight needles or intermediate knitters who prefer to work in the round – The choice is yours!

The ‘You’re a Hottie!’ Hot water bottle cover knit pattern uses a mix of knit and purl stitches, decreasing stitches and some basic colour work. The cover has a lovely striped pattern with complementing colour hearts and features a ribbed turtleneck which is stretchy enough to get a 2L hot water bottle in and out easily.

This chunky knit hot water bottle cover takes only a few hours to complete and is a perfect choice for a cosy afternoon! Using The Yard House.co chunky merino yarn, it’s ultra soft and snuggly. The tough part is choosing the colour combination!

Size:

  • 26.5cm length (excluding bottle neck)
  • 42cm circumfrance

What you’ll need:

  • 12mm straight needles OR 12mm long cord circular needles
  • Tapestry needle.
  • 100g Colour ‘A’ The Yard House.co chunky merino yarn.
  • 100g Colour ‘B’ of The Yard House.co chunky merino yarn.
  • 2 litre hot water bottle

Prefer the Kit? Get the You’re a Hottie Knit Kit with everything you need!

Patterns arrive via email as PDF downloads and are also saved to your customer account. By downloading patterns within 2 weeks of purchase, customers consent to waive their right to the 14-day cooling off period and will therefore not be eligible for a refund.

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