Note: this listing is for the knitting pattern only. No physical product is included in this purchase.
The beautiful simplicity of these colorwork arm warmers make them easy and practical to wear. Pull them over long-sleeved tees and under coats in winter, shove them up and out of the way when texting, and down again when the steering wheel is cold! Slouch around your wrist or pull almost to the elbow.
Great for hand and joint issues, when the restriction of thumb and finger holes in traditional mitts may be uncomfortable. Intended to be worn with a bit of ease, with notes in the pattern for ensuring you have a comfortable fit for your own hand and arm size.
Pattern uses approximately 135-145 yards of main color and and 60-65 yards of contrast color.
About 130 yards for the main color: sample uses Five Sisters Farm Shetland DK/light worsted, colorway Basil (brown)
About 65 yards for the contrast color: sample uses Five Sisters Farm Shetland DK/light worsted, colorway Primrose (oatmeal)
Purchase includes a link to download the pdf of this pattern after your order confirmation is completed.
Gauge: 22 stitches and 26 rounds = 4" x 4" in pattern
Suggested needle size: US size 7 (4.5 mm)
Finished measurements of sample: 9" circumference, 12" long.
Difficulty level: advanced beginner (skills required: knitting in the round, stranded colorwork, reading a colorwork chart, one set of decreases)
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