Try This Wrist Warmers Knitting Pattern [FREE Knitting Pattern]

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Keep your wrist and palms warm and cozy with a stylish arm warmer. This Wrist Warmers Knitting Pattern we’ve prepared is both cozy and stylish. So why not give it a go today?

The knitting pattern can be found on the Knit Picks website.

Hour Glass Arm Warmers – A Chic And Cozy Warmer

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Designed by Blanca Grunbaum, these delightful warmers will keep your arms toasty during the spring or fall season. It comes in 2 sizes, small and large. They measure approximately 7 and 8 inches in hand circumference and the length is 12.5 inches long.

If you prefer metric units, the hand circumference is about 17 and 20 cm, while the length is roughly 31 cm.

This knitting pattern is also both written and chartered so you can choose whichever form of instruction you are more comfortable with.

Using Knit Picks’ Gloss Fingering Yarn, these warmers are knitted using US3 double-pointed knitting needles. That is 3.25 mm needles if you are using the metric system.

You will also need a cable needle to work the cable details in this pattern. These Caspian Options Cable Knitting Needles are an amazing tool for this task.

Furthermore, you will be required to make knitting decreases in working this pattern. The decrease techniques used here are the k2tog and p2tog.

The k2tog, or knit two stitches together, is a basic right-slanting decrease that is pretty common throughout knitting patterns. You can learn how to do this knitting decrease in our step-by-step tutorial on the subject. You can find this here: Basic Right-Slanting Decrease (K2tog).

Meanwhile, the p2tog or purl two stitches together is the reverse side equivalent of the k2tog. If you want to learn more about the p2tog knitting decrease, we have a fully illustrated tutorial on this technique here: Purled Right-Slanting Decrease (P2tog).

You can download the FREE knitting pattern for this chic arm warmer here: Hour Glass Arm Warmers

In addition, you can purchase the recommended yarn here: Knit Picks’ Gloss Fingering Yarn

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