Back to School

School started up again yesterday, and in its honor I created a free pattern. This Eraser knits up quickly and can be tossed in the wash when it needs cleaning. Make one for your favorite student or teacher.

eraser for pattern
Pattern available for download on Ravelry and below.

Sugar n Cream [100% Cotton; 200 yds/184 m per 113g skein]
1 ball (Far less than that really. I used leftovers from another project)
US 7/4.5 mm
Sponge approximately 3” by 4” by 1/2”. Cut in half to make 2 pieces 3”x2”.
width: 2”
height: 3”
Depth: 1”
20 sts = 4″ in stst
Cast on 6 stitches.
Work back and forth in stockinette for 2 inches—knit the right side rows and purl on the wrong side rows. Then along one long edge, pick up and knit 8 stitches, continuing around pick up and knit 6 stitches and then pick up and knit 8 stitches along the opposite long edge. Work in the round as follows:
k6, p8, k6 p8
Repeat these 2 rounds until the piece measures 3 inches long.
Slip the cut sponge into the pocket you’ve made. Then working back and forth on the 6 stitches on a short side—
sl1, k4 k2tog (the k2tog will use one stitch from the adjacent long side). Turn and
Sl, p4, p2tog (the p2tog will use one stitch from the adjacent long side).
Turn work and repeat these two rows 7 more times, or until all the stitches from the long sides are used up and only the 6 stitches on each of the short sides remain. Using one stitch from one of the short sides, and 2 from the other, work in i-cord for 5 inches (k3, slide the stitches to the other end of your DPN and k3 again). Then starting with the 3 stitches from your i-cord and using Kitchener stitch graft the two short sides together.

© Le Ton Beau Designs 2009–All rights reserved worldwide For private, non-commercial use only.


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