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Wine bottle hat & scarf
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Jun 9, 2011 09:00:24   #
Jallison, here is the picture of the hat & scarf.
I use 6 or 7 needles. calls for dpn, but not proficient in them, rather sew seam.
scarf, CO 8 stitches, work in k1,p1 ribbing for desired length.Bind off, add fringe.
hat, CO 24 stitches, work in k1,p1 ribbing for 4 rows. change to stockinette, knit to desired length, decrease row k2tog to end, repeat decrease until 6 stitches remain. cut yarn, pull through and tie off. Add pompom I sold a ton of these.

Jun 9, 2011 09:53:47   #
Nice! Cute little hats and scarves :-)
Jun 9, 2011 11:19:52   #
Very nice, is that what the best dressed wine bottle about town are wearing now?. Will look good at Christmas.
Jun 9, 2011 11:57:40   #
Yep, I give them as gifts all the time. Just change the color for the function.
Jun 9, 2011 13:18:15   #
ideal to dress up a bottle of wine makes a good change from paper wrapping thanks for showing and sharing
Jun 9, 2011 13:18:16   #
ideal to dress up a bottle of wine makes a good change from paper wrapping thanks for showing and sharing
Jun 9, 2011 15:15:12   #
Love the Wine bottle hat and scarf. I belong to a Wine Group called the Wine-O's and this would be so cute for our Dec. get together. Thanks for the pattern.....I will give them a try.
Jun 10, 2011 09:15:00   #
Busy girl
I do these up in Christmas colours, and no longer need to buy wine bags when giving a hostess gift. I will have to do other seasonal colours too! Thanks for the idea.
Jun 10, 2011 09:19:01   #
Cute....they sure would make nice Christmas/New Year's house warming gifts :thumbup:
Jun 10, 2011 11:22:01   #
Thanks for this cute idea. I will make some for my wino friends this Christmas.
Jun 10, 2011 13:40:17   #
TOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOO CUTE!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! What a fun gift to give!!!!!! Thanks for sharing!

Jun 10, 2011 13:44:16   #
Lol. you all come up with the most fun stuff. Rely cute.
Jun 10, 2011 15:00:35   #
Thank you for sharing the hat and scarf, I have many gift ideas for this pattern, I will do it for the men in my family Manchester United followers. :-D Renata
Jun 10, 2011 16:25:35   #
Great idea - now I have more projects for Christmas - lots of wine drinkers in my family. Thanks
Jun 10, 2011 18:39:36   #
kewl idea!
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