"A collection of twenty-four eye-catching and practical club covers to knit. The patterns in this book are suitable for beginners, and include a mix of fun and stylish club cover designs and also a pouch for spare balls.
Author: Susie Johns
Publisher: Search Press(UK)
20 quick and easy, creative golf head cover patterns for the golfer in your life. In this collection of twenty golf head covers to knit, Susie Johns brings you traditional and modern designs to take on the course all year round. Perfect as gifts, you can choose from understated style or quirky fun. The easy-to-follow instructions for each of the twenty designs can be adapted into a multitude of color and pattern combinations - there's a cover here for every club and every golfer!
This book contains 25 crochet patterns for animal golf club covers including a Gopher, Alligator, Flamingo, Labrador Retriever, Bulldog, Tabby Cat, Lion, Tiger, Bear, Bald Eagle, King Cobra and many more!
Author: Linda Wright
Category: Crafts & Hobbies
Crochet an adorable collection of critters to protect your golf clubs with pizazz! Enjoy the fun of amigurumi-style crochet to create animal headcovers that are fun--and functional! This book contains 25 crochet patterns for animal golf club covers including a Gopher, Alligator, Flamingo, Labrador Retriever, Bulldog, Tabby Cat, Lion, Tiger, Bear, Bald Eagle, King Cobra and many more! The covers measure 14" x 6" x 6" which will fit up to a 460cc driver. A padded lining provides extra protection for the clubs. Amigurumi is a popular style of crochet for making cute animal characters. These patterns primarily use single crochet which makes them easy to master. The book includes amigurumi basics, stitch tutorials and color photos. Clearly written instructions are provided so that crocheters of any level can achieve success. Amigurumi Golf Club Covers add cheerful personality to a golf bag--plus miles and miles of smiles! They're great for gifts and fun for everyone!
100 Quick and Easy Accessories to Knit Monica Russel ... BRITISH TODDLER KNITS KNITTED GOLF CLUB COVERS FOR THE KNITTING ABSOLUTE BEGINNER Little Christmas ...
Author: Monica Russel
Category: Crafts & Hobbies
No matter your skill level, stay warm and stylish in cold weather with this simple guide to creating 100 wonderful, winter accessories. This gorgeous book brings together 100 of the best winter knits from bestselling author and knitting designer, Monica Russel. Previously published in the 20 to Make series, these fabulous designs are quick and easy to make, and include scarves, wrist warmers, hats, boot cuffs, headbands and snoods. With designs for men, women and children in a range of colors and styles, there is something for everyone in this valuable knitting resource. “These 100 patterns for winter accessories will satisfy beginning and experienced knitters alike . . . . Knitters will find the variety of patterns inspiring, and most will not be able to resist making pig boot cuffs for their wellies. The range of style and skill level represented in these patterns . . . make this a solid choice.” —Booklist
Ifyou do a search for completed auctions and find that sets of knitted golf club covers have been selling between $10 and $15, don't put a $20 starting ...
Author: Michael Miller
Publisher: Que Publishing
Easy, clear, readable, and focused on what you want to do Step-by-step instructions for the tasks you care about most Large, full-color, close-up photos show you exactly what to do Common-sense help whenever you run into problems Tips and notes to help you do even more Over the years, you’ve learned a lot. Now, learn eBay! We’ve identified the eBay skills you need to find bargains on great items, shop safely online, and sell your own stuff on eBay. Our crystal-clear instructions respect your smarts but never assume you’re an expert. Big, colorful photos on nearly every page make this book incredibly easy to read and use! Sign up for eBay Find the best bargains Buy fixed-price items Bid--and win--in online auctions Shop safely Prepare your own items for sale Create both fixed-price and auction listings Collect payments via PayPal Deal with deadbeats and disputes Pack and ship the items you sell Use eBay to downsize your home Manage your activity with My eBay Use eBay on your smartphone or tablet
Then, there were all of the accessories: rangefinders, golf ball retrievers, knitted golf club head covers, golf towels, umbrellas, watches, carts, ...
Author: Allen Smith
In his latest tour de force, Allen Smith takes on the challenges of life from his own gritty perspective. Everything from surviving on-line dating to enduring his first sigmoidoscopy and advancing age. Watching Grandma Circle the Drain is a collection of Smith's most entertaining work from his previously published columns. In addition to his own experience with struggling to learn Spanish and annihilating the game of golf, he gives the reader an inside look at some of the things they've never wondered about, like managing persistent telemarketers, what it's like to qualify as a sperm donor and some of the most unusual ways to make a living without a college degree. In part two, Smith takes aim at news stories by attacking issues like home schooling, women competing in the Tour de France, dozing air traffic controllers and the first person to marry (and divorce) himself. Watching Grandma Circle the Drain is a bite-sized, entertaining look at the way we complicate our lives. Once you read it, you'll never look at life the same way again.
$24.95 M-L-XL $29.95 XXL $3O.95 Banner design golf cap (available in navy, ... $13.95 White golf with banner design ... $4.50 Knit Golf Club Covers.
As the magazine of the Texas Exes, The Alcalde has united alumni and friends of The University of Texas at Austin for nearly 100 years. The Alcalde serves as an intellectual crossroads where UT's luminaries - artists, engineers, executives, musicians, attorneys, journalists, lawmakers, and professors among them - meet bimonthly to exchange ideas. Its pages also offer a place for Texas Exes to swap stories and share memories of Austin and their alma mater. The magazine's unique name is Spanish for "mayor" or "chief magistrate"; the nickname of the governor who signed UT into existence was "The Old Alcalde."
For the odd-shaped pieces, I've got knitted golf club covers. They're perfect, narrow at the mouth and wide farther down. I used to use men's running socks, ...
Author: Timothy Hallinan
Publisher: Soho Press
"Exceedingly funny . . . this one's good for what ails you."—The New York Times Reluctant P.I. to the perfidious, Junior Bender, may be L.A.’s smoothest operator but when he breaks one of the cardinal rules of burglary (don’t take scores that you’re being paid way too much for) he finds himself once again on the wrong side of, well, the wrong side. Los Angeles burglar Junior Bender has a rule about never taking a job that pays too well: in the criminal underworld, if you’re offered more money than a job is worth, someone is going to end up dead. But he’s bending his rule this one time because he and his girlfriend, Ronnie, are in desperate need of cash to hire a kidnapper to snatch Ronnie’s two-year-old son back from her ex. The whole thing is pretty complicated and has Junior on edge. The parameters of the job do nothing to calm his nerves. A nameless woman in an orange wig has offered Junior fifty grand—twenty-five up front—to break into the abandoned house of a recently deceased 97-year-old recluse, Daisy Horton, and steal a doll from her collection. Junior knows no doll is worth 50K, so he figures there must be something hidden inside the doll that can get him in a heap of trouble. It doesn’t take long for Junior to realize he’s not the only one looking for the doll. When an old friend ends up murdered, Junior decides he will stop at nothing to figure out who the woman in the orange wig is, and why she wants the doll badly enough to leave a trail of bodies in her wake.
The golf pro that stands out most clearly in my mind is Jay Sigel. ... In her spare time she knitted over 400 golf club covers, donating the income from ...
Author: LTG William J. Ely
Publisher: Lulu Press, Inc
Category: Biography & Autobiography
The Oldest Living Graduate is the autobiographical account of LTG William J. Ely, who began his life’s journey in 1911 when he was born on a small Pennsylvania farm. He graduated from the United States Military Academy at West Point in 1933 and went on to serve for thirty-three years, rising to the rank of lieutenant general before his retirement from the service in 1966. The Oldest Living Graduate reaches its end with a brief personal status report of the author’s daily life. He chose as the final chapter’s last word a portion of the lyrics from West Point’s “Alma Mater”: “And when our work is done, / Our course on earth is run, / May it be said, ‘Well done. / Be thou at peace.’” Whether you are one who relishes reading personal histories or one who admires individuals who live with tenacity and good humor, The Oldest Living Graduate will satisfy you with its personal look at more than a century of living. The General is still very active in Delray Beach, Florida at 103 years of age.
Author: Virginia Marie CappsPublish On: 2016-12-15
Grandma knitted Dad golf club covers for his new (barely used) golf clubs also purchased at the garage sale for a really good deal!
Author: Virginia Marie Capps
Molly McGolly is a little ten-year-old Irish Catholic girl who attends public school. She decides this is the year to teach her classmates to become green, like her family. Recycle, reduce, reuse, and along the way, repent. Molly discovers trying to change people is a much bigger task than she ever imagined. Catholics are reminded of the truths of the Catholic faith (scripture passages, sacraments, prayers, Ten Commandments, divine mercy, Eucharistic adoration, etc.) throughout the book as the humorous story of the McGolly family unfolds. So laugh, cry, get angry, or whatever it takes to get your attention, and wake up! God does not change.
... I reachedinmy bag formy knitting. I amknitting apair of golf club covers for myniece Andria. ... I knitted seven scarves,each one longer than the last.
Author: Ellen Gilchrist
Publisher: Diversion Books
In her exuberantly funny, bittersweet collection, Ellen Gilchrist offers 16 stories that delve into the vibrant lives of her signature strong-willed women. Ranging from hilarity to despair—innocent children bewildered by their elders’ behavior, a writer living on Xanax, and a socialite seeking a health cure only to find romance instead of rest—Gilchrist’s high-spirited characters always tend to find themselves in outrageous situations. The beloved and feisty Rhoda Manning returns, fighting the lure of the bottle while relentlessly going after her dream of becoming a famous writer. And while the restraint of family and society continues to haunt Gilchrist’s characters, they prove fearless and deliciously carve their own chaotic paths toward survival. Set in Fayetteville, Arkansas and New Orleans, Louisiana, the tales are artfully fashioned, providing tastes of marvelously trouble-prone people at every stage of life. Packed with humor, sexuality, and ever true to human weakness, this collection is romantic and full of passion—a treat in which readers will happily indulge. PRAISE: “The Age of Miracles is Ellen Gilchrist’s best book yet. Its comedy, irony, sexuality, inwardness, and sadness, all of it undergirded by a brave and funny sensibility, convince me anew that her work is in the first rank of American fiction today.” —Willie Morris, Author of My Dog Skip and North Towards Home “The Age of Miracles itself seems a miracle, powerfully illustrating the serenity that people sometimes develop as they age, the reward for enduring all the difficulties and disappointments of life.” —San Francisco Examiner and Chronicle “The stories in this collection are among her best.” —Miami Herald
LOVE ME INTARSIA KNITTING Sue Stratford KNITTED GOLF CLUB Once Upon a Time COVERS in Crochet Lynne Rowe A VILE BAG FULL OF PROJECTS TEKNIT SUSIE JOHNS het ...
Author: Claire Gelder
Category: Crafts & Hobbies
Crochet a cozy bunny and her adorable friends with these fun patterns and easy-to-use guides. Who could resist these loveable toys and their babies? De-stress by snuggling up with Mabel Bunny and her friends—oversized crocheted toys, perfect for giant cuddles and little hands. Not just for children, the soft, chunky yarn and floppy limbs will appeal to all, so make them for yourself or give as gifts (if you can bear to part with them). Mabel makes a great reading companion and at about 70 cm. tall (about 28 inches) from head to paws, the animals sit comfortably on a shelf or at the end of your bed. As well as fifteen different animals to crochet and love, including a dragon, a polar bear, a red panda, and a pig, you can also make a mini Mabel, octopus, and koala, which are 30-40 cm. (about 11 to 16 inches) tall. The projects are pitched at beginners to improvers and are suitable for someone who has mastered the basics of crochet. So be inspired, choose a pattern to start and be prepared to fall in love with this collection of adorable toys.
I thought that was a worthy knitting goal, small gifts for your valentine? ... sew the top and turn it into a golf-club cover,” Dana decided with a laugh.
Author: Anne Canadeo
Publisher: Simon and Schuster
In the sixth novel in the series that is “sure to hook cozy fans” (Publishers Weekly) the Black Sheep Knitters must work to solve the mystery of the disappearance of their friend—and figure out who is trying to kill her before it’s too late. Knitting graffiti, in Plum Harbor? Maggie Messina doubts it could ever happen in her quiet village. Until the new parking meters on Main Street are found covered with cat-faced cozies. In the dark of night, the mysterious Knit Kats have struck again! The infamous gang of stitching graffiti artists are totally harmless, and their pranks all in good fun. Or so Maggie and her friends think. Until a yarn-covered corpse is discovered a few days later—the tangles identical to Knit Kat handiwork. These threads of evidence should be easy to follow. But the clever Knit Kats hide behind a website and secret identities. The murderer could be anyone. A familiar face in town, even a copy Kat. But when Maggie’s assistant, Phoebe, becomes the prime suspect, the knitting friends know the police have dropped a few stitches. With no time to rest on their needles, the Black Sheep set out to unmask the crafty killer. No simple task, when all Knit Kats look the same in the dark.
Spring fairs featured cycling andgolf stockings, knitgolf club covers orsmall knitted Easter baskets inthe “Knitting Knook.” Most inventive was “The Seven ...
Author: Anne L. MacDonald
Publisher: Ballantine Books
Category: Crafts & Hobbies
“Fascinating . . . What is remarkable about this book is that a history of knitting can function so well as a survey of the changes in women’s rolse over time.”—The New York Times Book Review An historian and lifelong knitter, Anne Macdonald expertly guides readers on a revealing tour of the history of knitting in America. In No Idle Hands, Macdonald considers how the necessity—and the pleasure—of knitting has shaped women’s lives. Here is the Colonial woman for whom idleness was a sin, and her Victorian counterpart, who enjoyed the pleasure of knitting while visiting with friends; the war wife eager to provide her man with warmth and comfort, and the modern woman busy creating fashionable handknits for herself and her family. Macdonald examines each phase of American history and gives us a clear and compelling look at life, then and now. And through it all, we see how knitting has played an important part in the way society has viewed women—and how women have viewed themselves. Assembled from articles in magazines, knitting brochures, newspaper clippings and other primary sources, and featuring reproductions of advertisements, illustrations, and photographs from each period, No Idle Hands capture the texture of women’s domestic lives throughout history with great wit and insight. “Colorful and revealing . . . vivid . . . This book will intrigue needlewomen and students of domestic history alike.”—The Washington Post Book World
“I'll walk down seeing as how it's so close and I leave my clubs at the pro ... his golf cart and bag, adorned with these beautiful knitted club covers.
Author: John Gillender
Publisher: Trafford Publishing
Its 1970. Gilley has just emigrated from England with his Canadian bride. He has to adapt to the Canadian lifestyle as well as get along with his in-laws and find a job that fits his English credentials. The reader shares in Gilleys exploits as he has his first Aboriginal encounter in Whistler, BC to his first drink of Coors Beer in San Francisco, California. He loves his new life style as there so many opportunities to be had. At the same time, his wife longs to return to England where she loved the English way of life. Where will they end up? All the while the Magpie spirit in his soul is calling him to greater things. After all, not all that glitters is gold.
In the time you spent with her, you could probably have knitted him a golf club cover or written him a short novel in Latin blank verse.
Author: Francesca Clementis
Publisher: Hachette UK
Jenny and Mark have been together since they were at school, but are now going their separate ways. They are determined that their carefully planned separation will lead to the world's first truly amicable divorce. They'll divide up their possessions without any argument; each eager to show that he/she was the most reasonable party. They'll even go out occasionally, just as good friends do. But Jenny and Mark's friends and family are not so happy about their plans for a 'perfect divorce'. People say that divorce can be painless if there are no children involved. But at least children grow up, get over it and get on with their own lives. Some friends never do . . .