My latest published design is a gorgeous colourwork cover for your hot water bottle to help keep you toasty warm. I find there’s nothing quite like a hot water bottle to snuggle up with on the sofa or to ease any aches and pains. This would also make a fantastic gift in the colder months, perhaps with a supply of hot chocolate and marshmallows? Or a mug and cookies? The ideas are endless!
I found it quick to knit but that’s probably because I couldn’t wait to see the design in my head become a finished project. It was always ‘one more round’ or ‘one more pattern repeat’! Even if you’re not as eager as me, I don’t think it would take long to complete and the finishing is very minimal. I avoid sewing things up whenever possible so this is worked almost entirely in the round.
Also, as it take less than a ball of yarn for each colour you can use up your leftover balls of yarn from other projects as well as be creative with the colour combinations! The pattern includes handy links to tutorials of the techniques used but I’m always happy to help with any questions too.
For a limited time only, the pattern is available at the reduced price of £2.00.* You can purchase the pattern using the button below (you do not need to be a Ravelry member).
3x 50g DK weight yarn
4mm/US#6 needles (circular or dpns) or size
required to get gauge.
Spare needle one size larger for 3 needle cast off
3 Snap Fasteners (15mm)
8st and 30 rows to 4 inch (10”) in charted pattern.
This cover will fit a standard hot water bottle 33cm in length (total, including top opening) and 20.5cm in width.
Intermediate – As well as basic stitches, this uses colourwork, a provisional cast on and a 3 needle cast off.
*Until 10/10/12. Regular price: £2.50