Kitchen Cotton One-Hour Knit Potholder

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Pattern from Lion Brand Yarn

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SIZE: MATERIALS: LION BRAND Kitchen Cotton (Art. No. 760), 5 oz. solid color balls, 4 oz. multi-color balls: 1 ball (See Note). Knitting needles size 7 OR SIZE NEEDED TO OBTAIN GAUGE. Crochet hook size F. GAUGE: 11 sts = 3"; 6 rows = 1". TO INSURE PROPER SIZE, BE SURE TO CHECK YOUR GAUGE. KNITTED POTHOLDER: With three strands of yarn held together, cast on 28 sts. Work in garter st (= k every row) until 8" from beg. Bind off until one stitch remains. Knit that st, remove needle, insert crochet hook (ch 10, sl st to base st of ch) for loop. Fasten off. NOTE: Potholder is worked with 3 strands of yarn held together throughout. To use one ball, re-roll yarn into three separate balls. (If you hare making more than one potholder, you may find it easier to get three balls of KITCHEN COTTON to eliminate the need to re-roll.)

ABBREVIATIONS
beg = begin(ning) bet = between BO = bind off ch = chain CO = cast on cont = continu(e)(ing) dec = decrease foll = follow(s)(ing) inc = increase k = knit meas = measure(s) ndl(s) = needle(s) opp = opposite p = purl pat = pattern rep = repeat rev = revers(e)(ing) RS = right side sc = single crochet sk = skip sl st = slip stitch st(s) = stitch(es) St st = stockinette stitch WS = wrong side

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