Dotty Pots – Code Name: Osprey

Dotty Pots

Yarn: Cascade 220 Seafoam, Knit Picks Bulky Wool of the Andes White, and Knit Picks Merino Style DK Doormouse
Yarn Weight: Worsted, Bulky, DK
Needles: US 4 (3.5 mm) DPN and US 7 (4.5 mm) DPN
Measurements: Small
Pattern Location: Dotty Pots
Time Spent: 7 hours
Dates: 11/24/2012 – 12/14/2012

This was the fourth 2012 Christmas present, code name “Osprey.”  I made two of them for my sister Cindy, code name Cobra, to match her Christmas list kitchen colors.  The first one I made with white “dots” in a heavier weight yarn than the pot.  The second I tried with brown “dots” in a lighter weight yarn than the pot.  I prefer making the dots out of the heavier weight.  I think it gives more stability to the pot and more visibility to the dots.

These two little pots looked very sad all empty so I got two bags of Hersey Kisses: a white chocolate candy cane for the white dotted pot and milk chocolate with almonds in the brown dotted pot.  After that they looked complete but I’m still surprised I was able to fit a whole bag of them in each pot!

Comments

  1. I like these. Maybe you could make some for me…. :)

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  1. […] the pot and the dots.  I cast on a few less stitches so it would still come out the same size as the ones I made for my sister.  Even though it’s a fairly small pot it still managed to hold an entire pound of banana […]

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