Verb: pootle
poo-t(u)l To move in a leisurely unhurried way,
with no real purpose

Egg cosies

Egg Cosies
This is such a quick and easy knitting project, and the cosies are perfect for keeping your boiled eggs
warm and toastie or for putting on top of little chocolate eggs.

The stitches you will need are knit and purl.
Cast on 32 stitches
Rows 1, 2 and 3: K2, P2, K2. P2 to end of row, to make the rib.
Rows 4 to 12: One row K, one row purl to make stocking stitch.
Row 13: Cast off.
Sew up the side seam and along the top.
Add pom-poms either side.
If you don't have a handy pom-pom maker try using a fork.
I wrapped the wool around 60 times,
tied the loops tightly together through the middle prong with a long piece of wool,
carefully slid the loops off the fork
and cut the loops up each side.
Trim the pom-pom if needed.
Sew the pom-poms on to the corners of the cosy.
And that's it !


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