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NakedPancakes 03-16-2006 07:07 PM

Armwarmers
 
My friend asked me to make him some armwarmers. I don't know how to know how much to knit so they fit just right.

How can you tell with those types of things?

quirky 03-16-2006 07:11 PM

I dont know about the arm warmers - but I love your screen name :rofling:

NakedPancakes 03-16-2006 07:12 PM

hehe, thanks! <3

feministmama 03-16-2006 09:49 PM

Go here

http://www.knittingpatterncentral.com/index.php

and type in "arm warmers" in the search window.

:heart: your name too!

NakedPancakes 03-16-2006 10:15 PM

eh. Thats not really what Im looking for..
Thanks, though

Ingrid 03-16-2006 10:16 PM

I'm not sure what you mean by arm warmers--like sleeves without the sweater?

NakedPancakes 03-16-2006 10:19 PM

lol yes. these are supposed to be from wrist to elbow types.

I just wondered how I would know how much to knit and where to increase if I needed. becauseof how your arm gets bigger.

I suppose i could knit it in short sections? one for the size of your wrist, then so on and so on.

Ingrid 03-16-2006 10:23 PM

If you did it in ribbing, you'd probably get a better fit because of the stretchiness. Most sleeve patterns increase from the wrist at a rate of two stitches every 4-5 rows, so if you start at the wrist and keep trying it on, you could use that as a guideline.

NakedPancakes 03-16-2006 10:29 PM

This guys arm is a bit bigger than mine. I had him measure around at his wrist, elbow and in the middle though. and I have an idea of how long he wants it. so. just do it in loose ribbing, I suppose?

Ingrid 03-16-2006 10:34 PM

That's what I would try.


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