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chick-wiff-sticks
« on: July 01, 2008 02:14:53 AM »

Issa knitted coffee cup! Really quick knit!
With a pattern!




Stuff you need
-Set of four DPNs, probably US 7 or so
-pretty much any worsted yarn; cup color and coffee color
-yarn needle

Starting at bottom
CO 6 on 3 DPNs
Rnd 1-kfb all
Rnd 2-*kfb, k1* repeat from * to*
Rnd 3- k all
Rnd 4- *kfb, k1* repeat from * to *
Rnd 5- k all
Rnd 6- *k2, kfb* repeat from * to *
Rnd 7- k all
Rnd 8- *k1, kfb* repeat from * to *
Rnd 9-k all
Rnd 10- p all

K about 20 rows, depending on how tall you want it. I did 20.

Decreasing for top
Rnd 31-k2tog, k2tog, k across needle; repeat for each needle
Change to coffee color
Rnd 32-*(k2tog, k1) until 2 st. remain, k2tog*
Rnd 33- *(k2tog, k1) until 2 st. remain, k2tog*
Rnd 34-k
Rnd 35-k
Rnd 36-k
Rnd 37-*k2tog, k until 2 st. remain, k2tog*
Rnd 38- *k2tog, k2tog*
Cut yarn and pull through remaining st.

Handle
CO9 st. on 3 DPNs
K until it is 4 inches
BO and sew to appropriate place on cup

Ta-da!

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« Reply #1 on: July 01, 2008 02:41:10 AM »

Super cute. 
I LOVE coffee.
I would love to make myself a coffee buddy with a cute little face.   Cheesy
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