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Rnds 2, 4, 6, 7: K. Rnd 3: (inc) Kf&b, k3, kf&b, kf&b, k3, kf&b. 14sts Rnd 5: (inc) Kf&b, k5, kf&b, kf&b, k5, kf&b. 18sts Rnd 8: (dec) Sl1, kl, psso, k5, k2tog, sl1, kl, psso, k5, k2tog. 14sts Rnd 9: K14. Rnd 10: (dec) Sl1, kl, psso, k3, k2tog, sl1, kl, psso, k3, k2tog. 10sts Ease button into the knitted cover. Rnd 11: K10. Rnd 12: (dec) Sl1, kl, psso, k1, k2tog, sl1, kl, psso, k1, k2tog. 6sts 2. Cut the yarn leaving a 10cm (4in) tail. Close the opening using the grafting technique. 3. Felt the badge: soak with hot water, rub in hand soap, rinse out soap, squeeze out water, and rub until yarn is matted together to give you the felted look you are after – if the badge is still very damp, rub it in between a tea towel.

Place marker. Rnds 2, 4, 6, 7: K. Rnd 3: (inc) Kf&b, k3, kf&b, kf&b, k3, kf&b. 14sts Rnd 5: (inc) Kf&b, k5, kf&b, kf&b, k5, kf&b. 18sts Rnd 8: (dec) Sl1, kl, psso, k5, k2tog, sl1, kl, psso, k5, k2tog. 14sts Rnd 9: K14. Rnd 10: (dec) Sl1, kl, psso, k3, k2tog, sl1, kl, psso, k3, k2tog. 10sts Ease button into the knitted cover. Rnd 11: K10. Rnd 12: (dec) Sl1, kl, psso, k1, k2tog, sl1, kl, psso, k1, k2tog. 6sts 2. Cut the yarn leaving a 10cm (4in) tail. Close the opening using the grafting technique.

3. With right sides facing, pin the long side of the patterned fabric to the long side of one of the felt side pieces. Machine stitch in place. Now pin the other long side of the patterned fabric to the long side of the second felt side piece, and again machine stitch in place. Pin the felt back piece to the short side of the patterned fabric and machine stitch as before. Pin the side seams together, and once again machine stitch in place to complete the cover. 4. Pull the cover over the foam. Place the felt base beneath the foam; pin the seams and hand stitch.

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