Cosy knitted hand wrist warmers

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cosy knitted hand wrist warmers

Sibeal Hand and Wrist Warmers Ribbed Fingerless Corsage Mittens Gloves Chunky Yarn Knitting Pattern by Adel Kay

‘Sibeal’ Hand / Wrist warmers (Chunky yarn) Knitting Pattern!

Knit this super, gorgeous one-of-a-kind individually styled and unique set of hand / wrist warmers to keep your wrists and hands warm and cosy. You will finish them off with a pretty easy to knit corsage trimmed with a button.

Finished item size
This pattern is suitable to fit hand circumference from 16-20cm.
Finished item measures: 12.5cm (at widest point when laid flat including thumb holes). Length: 21cm. Although you can easily adjust the length of the hand warmers to suit your preferred length.

Equipment needed
Knitting needles: 6.5mm.
1 x 18mm Green Button.
Round end small tapestry needle.
Green sewing cotton.

Suggested yarn
1 x 100g/137m - Sirdar Hayfield Bonus Chunky (Chunky weight Yarn). Shade Lime Green 785.

Skills needed to complete this item
Cast-on/Cast-off, Knit, Purl, Knit stitches together, Pass 2nd stitch over 1st stitch.

Pattern Use:
This pattern may be used for making up items for personal use or gifts only, or for items to be donated to charity. However, items made from this pattern may NOT be sold or retailed, or sold for commercial or business gain.

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Published 19.01.2019

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Cosy Aran Style Hand Knitted Wrist Warmers, By Bridie Murray

Author: Canadian Living. Also called fingerless gloves , these quick-to-knit warmers keep wrists and the upper part of the hands toasty while preserving finger dexterity. In mildly cold weather, they can be worn as is; when it's really cold, they can be layered with gloves underneath. They are shown here in women's and men's versions. The men's pattern is great for all ages, even "cool" teenage boys who worry that handknits might be too girlish for them.

Whether you call them fingerless gloves, fingerless mittens, wrist warmers, or gauntlets, these knit patterns will do a wonderful job of keeping your wrists and hands comfy and cozy in fall and winter. Fingerless gloves make a great beginner knitter pattern. They require far less knitting than fingered gloves or mittens, and don't require as much expertise. Many include a little cable work or fun stitch patterns, but do not let that deter you. Made with roughly yards of bulky weight yarn and size US 8 needles. These mitts use a simple four-round repeating lace pattern along the top of the arm and Stockinette.

Product description

Whether you call them wristwarmers, fingerless mitts, fingerless gloves, handwarmers, or armwarmers, these are fast, fun projects and make great gifts. Most patterns for free. Many of these patterns are knit flat but some are knit in the round. If knitting mitts in the round is a new skill for you, you might check out the following free video tutorials:. To get the knitting patterns, scroll down the page to the individual pattern you want and click on the link to that pattern. These patterns are not my designs but links to other designers who have generously shared their patterns. If you have questions about how to knit a specific pattern, please contact the designer directly.


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