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Walking Pole Cozies (Free Pattern)


Walking Pole Cozies
to prevent sweaty palms during warm weather walks



MATERIALS: 1 50g/1.75 oz ball worsted weight wool will make quite a few
1 set of 4, 4.5mm/7 US double pointed needles
1 darning needle

TENSION: Not important

Make two

Cozy:
Cast on 16 stitches and divide on 3 DPNs.
Work in rib (k1, p1) for 6 rounds.
Work in stocking stitch for 16 rounds.
Work in rib for 6 rounds.

Tie:
Thread darning needle with a 25cm/10 in piece of wool.
Weave wool around bottom of cozy to be tied tightly after cozy is slipped over your walking pole handgrip.
Don't tie a knot. You will want to remove and wash them occasionally.


Copyright © 2008 Nittineedles

posted on June 28, 2008 11:37 AM ()

Comments:

Marg, congrats on being the Daily Knitter pattern of the day!.
comment by donnaaa on Aug 12, 2008 6:35 AM ()
I love the soft colors. By the way, I have 3 inches to go on my first sweater ever. You were my inspiration to get going, so thanks. I'll try to post a photo when it's completely done.
comment by troutbend on June 30, 2008 4:32 PM ()
Get the patent before somebody steals your idea and becomes the next Bill Gates!
comment by shesaidwhat on June 30, 2008 11:54 AM ()
That's pretty ingenious of you. Who else would have thought of such a thing? It makes me think of how my hands use to sweat when riding a bike sometimes, but I never wanted to wear gloves, of course. These would work on handlebar grips, too. What a smart thinker you are.
comment by donnamarie on June 29, 2008 7:37 PM ()
Ah Marg, you clever gal. This is most definitely the product of a knitting mind. Very well done. I'll take your advice and post some pictures of my stuff as soon as I have time. Take care.
comment by jerms on June 28, 2008 1:26 PM ()
Hmmmm - good idea - these could also be used on the end of floor brushes/mops etc.
comment by augusta on June 28, 2008 1:07 PM ()

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