My first pattern (wrist warmers)
I did it! My first proper pattern :D . It's a really simple one for wrist warmers (pictured below) and in my blog. Hope that it makes sense:
Pattern for wrist warmers.
Yarn: Lion Brand Homespun
With Sz 10 needles, cast on 24 sts (wrist end)
Switch to sz 9 needles
1. k1, p1 rib (ws)
2. k1, p1 rib
3. k1, p1 rib
Switch back to sz 10
4. K (rs)
10. K2tog, K to end
11. P2tog P, P to end
12. K2tog K, K to end
13. P2tog P, P to end
14. K2tog K, K to end
15. P2tog P, P to end
20. K1, inc1, K to last 2 sts, inc1, K1
22. K1, inc1, K to last 2 sts, inc1, K1
24. K1, inc1, K to last 2 sts, inc1, K1
26. K1, inc1, K to last 2 sts, inc1, K1
28. K1, inc1, K to last 2 sts, inc1, K1
switch to size 9 needles.
K1, P1 rib for 3 rows,
Cast off on 10, or 10.5 needles (i.e. loosely). (finger end)
Sew sides tog, try on the warmer and work out where the thumb gap will be, sew about 1/2" together for thumb.
WAY TO GO!!!! they are cute!
:cheering: :cheering: WTG..they are too cute! And don't you just love wearing them?! GREAT JOB :cheering: :cheering:
I made my stepgrandd a scarf out of Homespun, for Christmas; and I wanted to make her a pair of wrist/armwarmers to go with them. Your pattern couldn't come at a better time for me. :cheering:
Thanks guys, my DH really dislikes them, so is embarrassed to be out with me wearing them. I love that they are sooo warm and lovely. Maybe I will try them in a different color see if that's less offensive to him.
On another note, I only created the pattern a few days ago, and posted the pattern when I posted on here and when checking visits on my blog I find that I have had a massive increase in visitors (about 500% or more) and find that my pattern has been added to knittingpatterncentral.com :shock: . I've not been able to check the link since the site is down, but confused that they didn't ask/tell first. Not that I'm bothered, nice to have so many more people looking at my blog.
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