Potholders make from knitted Tube

Potholders make from knitted Tube

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Make potholders from knitted tube. It is quick and easy when using a knitting mill. Finish by sewing the knitted tube together in a circle.
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Guide step 1
Step 1.
Knit 2 x 4.5 m knitted tube using a knitting mill. You will need approx. 4.5 m knitted tube for one potholder. Each ball of wool produces an approx. 13 m knitted tube.
Guide step 2
Step 2.
Pick up the stitches with a yarn needle as shown in the picture. Secure by pulling the yarn through the four stitches and back through the last two stitches.
Guide step 3
Step 3.
Secure the knitted tube by feeding the end through the tube and trim the excess yarn.
Guide step 4
Step 4.
Cut another piece of yarn measuring approx. 50 cm. Secure the yarn at one end of the tube as shown in the picture and start sewing the knitted tube into a circle using a yarn needle. Begin at the 2nd stitch.
Guide step 5
Step 5.
Sew the knitted tube together into a circle by sewing into the same row of stitches all the way around, for a uniform potholder.
Guide step 6
Step 6.
Continue until the potholder measures 18 cm in diameter.
Guide step 7
Step 7.
Cut the knitted tube approx. 6 cm from the potholder as shown in the picture. This is for the strap.
Guide step 8
Step 8.
Unravel approx. 1 cm knitted tube at one end.
Guide step 9
Step 9.
Pick up the four stitches with a yarn needle and secure the end of the potholder with the unravelled yarn as illustrated in the picture.
Guide step 10
Step 10.
Finally steam the potholder on the “wrong” side using an iron.

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