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Lazy Weekend & Yoga- New, free knitting pattern

May 20, 2010

Free Knitting Pattern from Fabric.com and me, Tara Miller...            

Cozy 005 250.jpgDid you think that sewers would have all the fun. Fabric.com is proud to announce free knitting patterns to add to their collection of free downloadable sewing patterns featuring Hot Patterns!

Introducing Lazy Weekend French Press Cozy and Yoga Water Bottle Cozy Download here: cozy pattern.pdf

The debut pattern is designed by yours truly (Tara Miller) exclusively for Fabric.com customers. This first pattern is a double: Lazy Weekend French Press Cozy and Yoga Water bottle Cozy. Both are made from Lion Brand Cotton Ease in Lime and feature the same great (but secretly easy) eyelet pattern. Crafted to help keep your favorite beverages--be it Coffee and H2O--at just the right, cozy temperature. This pattern is fast enough to knit up both in a weekend. The featured eyelet is so simple, this pattern is rated "beginner" but your friends and neighbors will never know and peg you: EXPERT knitter. You can glam up your French press for that brunch with the in-laws (She won't remember criticize your pancakes once she sees this hot number). Find your water bottle's inner chi while the cotton yarn ensures no slippage from glistening hands fresh from a workout (every southern girl knows we don't sweat; we glisten). Most of all, your cozy will be one of a kind and hot to trot (or cool as a cucumber,  your choice). 

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Psst... Be sure and upload your pictures of your finished cozy on our facebook page. I will be looking to feature customer projects in upcoming blog posts! 

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