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Friday, April 20, 2007

Lion Snuggly Bottle Warmer


Needles: #7 dpn

Yarn: Peaches and Cream Cotton yarn (One skien White, One skien Yellow)

Gauge: 4 sts = 1"

C.O. 8 sts between 4 dpn needles evenly.

Round 1: (and all odd rows) Knit

Round 2: K in f&b of each st, (16 sts)

Round 4: *K 1, K in f&b of next st. Repeat from* to end. (24 sts)

Round 6: *K2, K in f&b of next st. Repeat from * to end. (32 sts)

Then K in the round until the piece measures 6" laid flat.

Work 3 rounds of K1, P1 ribbing.

Knit next row.

Round 7: *K3, K in f&b of next st . Repeat from * to end. (40 sts)

Round 8: Knit (and all even rows)

Round 9: * K4, K in f&b of next st. Repeat from * to end. (48 sts)

Round 11: *K5, K in f&b of next st. Repeat from * to end. (56 sts)

Round 12-16: Knit

Change to yellow.

Round 17: Knit

Round 18: Work Loop stitch .

(Work these two rounds (rounds 17 & 18) two more times for a total of three repeats.)

Round 19: Knit

Change to white and work in the round (plain knit) until the white measures 3.5".
Weave in all the loose ends and embroider the eyes and nose.

Round 20:*K5, K2tog. Repeat from * to end.

Round 21: Knit

Round 22: *K4, K2tog. Repeat from * to end.

Round 23: Knit

Turn the bottle insert outside in, so that it is inside the snuggly body.


Insert bottle into the snuggly and stuff around it slightly firmly. (Every time you stuff the snuggly, insert the bottle. This way you get a more uniform stuffing to the piece.)


Round 24: *K3, K2tog. Repeat from * to end.

Round 25: Knit.

Round 26: *K2, K2tog. Repeat from * to end.

Round 27: Knit

Round 28: *K1, K2tog. Repeat from * to end.

Round 29: Knit

Round 30: *K2Tog. Repeat from * to end.

Round 31: Knit

Insert bottle and stuff the bottom of the piece.

Round 32: *K2tog. Repeat from * to end.

You have 4 sts remaining. Transfer all stitches to one needle and work I cord for 2".

Change to yellow & work 2 Rounds of the Loop stitch pattern.


Knit one round then B.O.

Weave in loose ends.

Legs and ears.

C.O. 6 sts (Leave a 10" tail)

Knit 5 rows in garter stitch (knit every row).

Next row: K2tog, K 2, K2tog
Next row: B.O.

The string that was the B.O. string, weave down the side of the piece and across the bottom so that it is right next to the C.O. string.

Make 6 pieces.

Attach them to the lion. 4 for the feet and two for the ears.

6 comments:

Danielle said...

That is so dang cute. I just had four people have babies.

That is just so cute I can't get over it.

NDA Knits said...

So cute. Just thinking about what a cute little zoo you could make.

Jodie a.k.a. BinkyKat said...

Brilliant! I was just at a get together where a gal had what looked like a stuffed animal turtle toy that was a bottle holder. Her little one has some physical issues and this makes it easier for her to grip her bottle. I have a niece/nephew on the way and this has been added to my "to knit" list! Great job!!!

inukshuk71 said...

That is so cute! My SIL is having a baby early next year. This will make a great shower gift. Thanks for sharing the pattern :)

Loen210 said...

Oh goodness,
Too cute!
I just wish I could knit. I can only crochet (and not near advanced). But I'm sure this pattern has brought so many smiles and giggles from little ones and parents. Great work!

Hugs said...

Just Adorable! I am going on my fourth grandbaby..and this is a must..just wish i would have found sooner! Good job!