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Yarn: Worsted weight

Needles: Size 8

Note: You may use larger needles for larger clothes and a looser knit; or smaller ones and sport-weight yarn for smaller clothes. You can experiment with color and with stitches, and use up leftover yarn. For ideas, check the web for preemie patterns for booties and caps. The pieces can be quickly finished, and there are all sizes of bears that would appreciate new clothes before they go out into the world to be loved.



Cast on 32 stitches.

Knit every row until you have a square.

Cast off.



Cast on 7 stitches (more for a wider scarf; less for a narrower scarf)

Knit every row until the scarf is around 18 long

Cast off.



Cast on 18 stitches

Knit every row until you have a strip 3 wide

Cast off.



Cast on 32 stitches.

Knit every row for 28 rows, or until you have a strip wide enough to gather into a pom-pom at the top.

Cast off.

Thread a large-eyed needle with the yarn.

a.     Sew together on the short edge.

b.    Make a running stitch, about 1 inches from one long edge. Then pull the yarn so that the edge gathers and tie into a bow.




Questions? Call or email Deacon Patricia Marks (244-5159;