Have as much fun as me with this easy knitting pattern for Swiss/Chocolate mini rolls. They make an instantly recognisable addition to any collection of play food or pin cushions.
Suitable for beginners, the 3 page pattern can be worked using the given yarn or from other double knitting oddments.
Knitted play food makes a great stash buster and whether collected individually or sold collectively at fund raising fairs, a set of mini rolls looks as tempting as the real thing.
These rolls are quick and easy to make and are perfect for children’s imaginative play - particularly in toy kitchens - or for kids’ tea parties, teddy bear or doll picnics.
They're great for stimulating learning, whether through counting games or as a teaching resource.
Safe when thrown or dropped, they are also washable at a low temperature.
Other uses could include display or decoration, or as pin cushions...
Skill level: Beginner
Skills needed: Cast on, knit garter stitch, change colour, cast off. Seam.
Jam Swiss/Mini Roll
1 x 25g Patons Fab DK Lemon (2230)
1 x 25g Patons Fab DK Red (2323)
Chocolate Swiss/Mini Roll
1 x 25g Patons Fab DK Chocolate (2357)
1 x 25g Patons Fab DK White (2306)
A pair of 4mm (UK size 8, US size 6) knitting needles
A blunt ended Knitting Pin
A Tapestry needle
Completed Size: Approx. 7cm long.
The pattern comes in very readable size 14 & 16 fonts.
Mini Rolls. Pattern No. 1.
TENSION IS NOT CRUCIAL, BUT A PARTICULARLY TIGHT OR LOOSE TENSION MAY AFFECT THE LOOK OF THE ITEM AND THE YARN REQUIREMENTS.
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