For the Ultimate Sweater Machine®

Golf Club Covers

These easy-to-make mitts can be made in school colors or your country club colors. Try adding initials or iron numbers in duplicate stitch, and just have fun! Makes four.


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Updated 11/27/11

MATERIALS
Ultimate Sweater Machine®
4-ply worsted weight yarn, one 8-oz or two 31/2-oz skeins (MC); small skein contrasting color in same type yarn (CC); crochet hook; pompon maker (optional).

NOTE
Make each mitt the same, but indicate its iron number by the number of stripes.

All Mitts: Using a closed-edge, CO 32 sts, leaving a 2-foot length of yarn at the cast-on st. K 30 R. Drop and latch up every third st to form ribbing.

STRIPE PATTERN
Mitt #1: K 14 R MC, K 2 R CC, K 10 R.
Mitt #2: K 10 R MC, 2 R CC, 2 R MC, 2 R MC, 2 R CC, 10 MC.
Mitt #3: K 8 R MC,*2 R CC,2 R MC *. Repeat between *'s two more times but end with 8 R MC instead of two
Mitt #4: K 6 R MC,*2 R CC, 2 R MC*. Repeat between *'s three more times, but end with 6 R MC instead of two.
All Mitts: Continuing in MC, dec 1 st each end every other row 5 times: 22 sts remain. Place every other stitch on the adjacent needle and push the empty needles back in to NWP. K 1 R. Break off yarn, leaving a 2-foot length. Weave this yarn though sts on needle & remove work from machine.

FINISHING
Sew side seam with yarn at cast-on edge. Draw yarn threaded through sts tightly. Make four small pompons using both colors of yarn. Finish each mitt by sewing on a pompon to the tip.

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