Friday, December 20, 2013

Golf Club Covers for the Blue Round Knifty Knitter Loom

This pattern is for golf club covers, a unique gift for your favorite golfer. You'll be using the e-wrap and any worsted weight yarn. You can change the yarn colors to create stripes as you knit.

  1. E-wrap the loom and knit until the length measures 4 inches. 
  2. Pull the first row up to the pegs and place it back on the loom.
  3. Knit. This creates a cuff.
  4. E-wrap and knit for 5 1/2 more inches.
  5. To make a stripe, change to white yarn and knit for 5 rows.
  6. Change back to the original color and knit for 5 rows.
  7. Change to white again and knit for 5 rows.
  8. Change to the original color and knit 5 more inches. 
  9. Use the gathered stitch to remove the work from the loom. To do this cut the working yarn to a length of 10 inches. Thread it through a yarn needle. Starting with the peg closest to the working yarn, thread it through each loop as you pull the loop off each peg. Continue

    working around the loom in this manner until you have all the loops removed. Pull the
    working yarn tight to gather the knit. Tie off the working yarn in a double knot and cut it to a few inches. Use the yarn needle to sew the remaining yarn tail into the under side of the golf club cover. 
  10.  The gathered edge is the top of the golf club cover and you can add a pom pom if desired.
Note: As an alternative method of casting off you may cut a separate piece of yarn and passed it through the stitches as they are removed from the loom. Then square knot each end of this yarn on the inside of the cover.

For those of you that haven't made pom poms before, here is a tutorial for making them on the Knifty Knitter pom pom maker. You can use these methods without a pom pom maker by stretching them across a small loom. The pom pom maker just makes it a little easier.


  1. It would be good to know how many yards or balls (and what size) of yarn to buy...

  2. Laurie I just knitted one out of a ball of yarn size 364 yard (7 oz) ball of Red Heart Super Saver. I would at a guess say you can make 6 of these out of one ball, maybe more.


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