Wednesday, November 08, 2006

Need Golf Club Cozies Pattern

Help . . . does anyone know where I could find a simple, but manly looking pattern for a set of golf club covers, hats, coozies (whatever they are called) . . . ya know the things that go over the golf clubs when they are in that thingy bag that golfers seem to lug them around in . . . I want to make them for a christmas present . . . BTW . . . in case you couldn't tell I know absoluately nothin about golf . . . how many of these cozies do I make and do I need to make them in different sizes . . . should they be made out of a particular type of yarn???? . . . HELP!!!!!!!!

4 comments:

brooke said...

I found that totally scewing up a sock makes for an excellent Golf Club Cover. Basically that is waht you are making. I'd use something washable. Actualy, a mitten w/out the thumb would work too. A bit of ribbing and then more puffy for the club. How many to make? As many woods as in the set of clubs. He'll have a driver and at least 2 woods. So, i'd say 3. Also, when you buy them, the outside of the cover has the number in it. Swing into the golf club at the bottom of skyway and checkout their Pro Shop.

Old Knitter said...

Thanks Brooke . . . will stop in the Pro Shop and have a look see . . . all I can say is Justin better like them if he wants to fit into a family that lives with "string" . . .

Anonymous said...

You could make a tube, like you were going to make a wrist warmer and then just sew the top together, you can do any pattern you would do for a sock leg. That should work perfectly.

~SP9 Pal

Old Knitter said...

Great . . . I can do a sock cuff and then just decrease it to nothing . . . thanks for the suggestion SP . . . your the greatest!!!!!!