Free Pattern Day - Golf Like an Egyptian!

Next up, another golf club cover! This one features an easy mosaic stitch that looks much more complicated than it actually is!

For those unfamiliar with mosaic stitch, it is a two-color knitting technique that only uses one color per row; the second color of stitches are slipped from the row before, creating an interesting fair-isle effect!

Get the PDF for free, here.

Till next time,


  1. Sarah.. I need your help immediately. I want to make the Egyptian club cover big enough to cover a man's driver ( Big Bertha). and want to use this pattern. Will this fit.. or should I use a larger need.e. i.e a 6 for the sock and an 8 or 9 for the top. please get back to me asap.. ( also I am going to GBOY this weekend.. that is how I found you in the first place.. ) I live in sarasota
    www.pelicanknits.com or www,pelicanknit.com

  2. p[s.. you can reach me at sjm724@verizon.net too.. also I could not open the the pattern with the numbers.. it was all symbols..
    susan in sarasota

  3. Hi Sara -- I am a beginner knitter and am making the Egyptian Staircase patterned golf club covers. The question I have is this: I have knitted the 6 inches of the rib and am starting to purl the one row before I begin the staircase pattern. When I purl the row with the beige yarn, do I carry the pink yarn through the entire row and then begin the pattern? Thanks for your help!

  4. Thanks for the pattern--I love it.