Golf Club Covers



Source: http://handmadebymother.blogspot.com/2009/06/happy-fathers-day.html

Materials:

Beehive Wool String, 2 oz. Blue, 1 oz. each Red, White (or you may use your odd ends of wool string for the stripes)

Set of No. 14 “Aero” Steel Knitting Needles.

Measurements:

Length of shaft cover, 8 ins.  Length of head cover, 3 1/2 ins.

Tension:

10 sts. = 1 inch

Check Tension – see page 42.

No. 1 Cover for the Driver:

With Blue wool cast on 48 sts.  (16. 16. 16).

Work 8 ins. ribbing (K2, P2).

Next row:  *K1. Make 1 (by knitting thread between the 2 sts. on previous row).  K1.  P1.  Repeat from * to end of round.  (72 sts.).  Work 1 1/2 ins. ribbing (K1, P1).

To make Stripe:  Join White wool.  Knit 1 round plain.  Join Red wool.  Knit 2 rounds plain.  Join White wool.  Knit 1 round plain.  Join Blue wool.  Knit 1 round plain.  Continue in ribbing (K1, P1) for 1 1/4 ins.  Divide sts., 36 sts. on 1st  needle, 18 sts. on 2nd needle, 18 sts. on 3rd needle.  Proceed:—

**1st needle:  K2tog. through back of loops.  Rib to last 3 sts, K2 tog.  K1.  2nd needle: K 2 through back of loops.  Rib to end of needle.  3rd needle:  Rib to last 3 sts.  K2tog.  K1.  ** Repeat from ** to ** to 32 sts. in round.  Graft sts.  See page 44.

Grafting (from p. 44)
Divide the stitches equally on two needles.  With the wool at one end and with the right side of the work facing, break off the wool, leaving a length of several inches, and thread this with a wool needle.  * Inserting the wool needle, as if for knitting, into the first st. of the front needle, draw it through the st. and slip the latter off the needle: inserting the needle as if for purling, into the second st. of the front needle, draw the wool through and let the st. remain on the needle:  taking the wool under the front needle and inserting the wool needle, as if for purling, into the first st. of the back needle, draw the wool through this st. and slip the latter off the needle: inserting the needle, as if for knitting, into the second st of the back needle, draw the wool through and let the st. remain on the needle, bring the wool forward under the needle and repeat from * until all sts. are worked off, darning in the end of the wool securely when finished.

No. 2 Cover for The Brassie:

Work as for No. 1 cover to 72 sts. in round.  Work 1 1/4 ins ribbing.  Work stripe.  Work 4 rounds ribbing.  Work 2nd stripe.  Work 14 rounds ribbing.  Finish as for No. 1 cover.

No. 3 Cover for The Spoon:

Work as for No. 1 cover to 72 sts, in round.  Work 12 rounds ribbing.  Make stripe.  Work 3 rounds ribbing.  Make 2nd stripe.  Work 3 rounds ribbing.  Make 3rd stripe.  Work 6 rounds ribbing.  Finish as for No. 1 cover.

Make 3 tassels, using all 3 colours in each tassel.  Sew one at top of each cover.


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