Difficulty: 2 of 5 (see explanation of difficulty here)
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About the design A simple knitting pattern for wrist warmers, designed to use up your stash yarn or for new beginners. In this instruction, the following techniques are used: Tubular cast on, right and left leaning increases and tubular bind off. All methods are explained in the instruction.
b o r e a l wrist warmers have a simple design with small, simple knitting techniques, which give them a modern look that can be matched with any outfit. Work them in a lovely soft yarn quality and they will keep your hands warm during the cold months.
b o r e a l wrist warmers are a quick little project that is worked bottom up. No final sewing necessary.
Yarn suggestion 40-50 g Cashmere premium from LangYarns 115 m / 25 g [125 yards / 0.88 ounces]
Fit b o r e a l wrist warmers are worked in rib. The thumb is shaped with increases, which create a wonderful fit. The length can be adjusted but keep in mind that you might need to adjust the total amount of yarn.
Recommended needles Circular needle 2.5 mm [US 1.5] 80-100 cm [31½-39½ in] (magic loop)
Gauge 32-34 sts x 40 rows in rib (k over k st, p over p st) on needle 2.5 mm [US 1.5] (measured after washing – unblocked)
Videos In the pattern you will find links to videos (In Danish).
Always remember to follow the number of stitches indicated for the size you knit, regardless of the number of stitches shown in the video.
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