Golf Club Covers Knitting Pattern [FREE Knitting Pattern]

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Protect your golf club heads from damage with an elegantly-knitted cover. We’ve prepared a knitting pattern for golf club covers that you can try today. So, why not give them a go?

This FREE knitting pattern can be found on the Lion Brand Yarn website. This means that the price you see when you first land on a Lion Brand Pattern page is NOT the price of the pattern. It is the price of the recommended yarn which you can purchase from the website.

You will find the button for the Downloadable Free Pattern under the [Add All to Cart] button.

Cabled Golf Club Cover – Protective Covers for Your Clubs

This free knitting pattern is ideal for Level 4 - Intermediate Level KnittersText area which says "Free Knitting Pattern: Cabled Golf Club Cover – Protective Covers for Your Clubs," followed by three knitted purple golf club covers

These covers are the perfect companion for your golf clubs, they come in one size and are knitted using US4 knitting needles. That is 3.5 mm needles, if you are using the metric system.

You will also need a good cable needle like this Dreamz Cable needle to work the cable details in this project.

The club covers are knitted using Lion Brand’s Wool-Ease Yarn, a medium weight yarn made of 80% acrylic and 20% wool, making this yarn amazingly soft and versatile. Best of all, it is machine washable and machine dryable.

Furthermore, you need to be able to slip stitches when doing these covers. To slip a stitch means you just pass the stitch from one needle to another without working it.

If you want to learn how to slip stitches, we have a detailed, step-by-step tutorial on the subject that you can follow. You can find this tutorial here: Learn How to Slip Stitches Knitwise or Purlwise.

You can get the FREE downloadable knitting pattern for this club cover here: Cabled Golf Club Cover

In addition, you can purchase the recommended yarn here: Lion Brand’s Wool-Ease Yarn

One Comment

  1. Betty Tuffner

    Remember when Lucy and Ethel were knitting these for Ricky and Fred?(I Love Lucy about 1960?). Everyone thought Lucy was pregnant!😀

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