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Step 2: Pattern

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Knit two of these in your chosen wool:

CO 1
K1F&B
P2
K1, K1F&B
P3
K1, K2F&B
P5
BO1, K to last 1, K1F&B
P5
BO1, K to last 1, K2F&B
P6
K to last 1, K1F&B
P7
K1F&B, K to last 1, K1F&B
P9
K2F&B, K to end
P11
K2F&B, K to end
P13
BO1, K to last 4, K2tog(x2)
P10
BO1, K to last 4, K2tog(x2)
P7
BO1, K1, K2tog(x2)
P4
K1, K3F&B
P7
K1F&B, K to last 2, K2F&B
P10
K1F&B, K to last 2, K2F&B
P13
K2tog(x2), K to end
P11
K2tog(x2), K to end
P9
K2tog(x2), K to last 2, K2tog
P7
K to last 2, K2tog
P6
K1F&B, K to last 4, K2tog(x2)
P5
K1F&B, K to last 2, K2tog
P5
K1, K2tog(x2)
P3
K1, K2tog
P2
K2tog
BO1
 
NOODLE!2 years ago
These are awesome! I've made one for a Christmas present, and plan to make several more of different varieties. As a side note, I ended up using worsted weight yarn and size 2 needles. It did work, but it took some getting used to:P
Manick Yoj2 years ago
First of all, I love this Instructable, it makes the most fantastic gift! However, while knitting my second mustache according to this pattern, I noticed that the instruction "K2tog(x2), K to last 2, K2tog" between the P9 and P7 on the second half of the mustache causes you to reduce by 3 knits instead of the 2 needed. Just a suggestion, but you may want to amend this to aid future mustache-makers. Once again though, fantastic Instructable and thank you for the pattern.