Monday, September 22, 2008

Easy Cabled Arm Warmer #8

This is a great easy cable pattern. Great for a beginner knitter. It's a breeze for the advanced knitters. Made Flat. The cable pattern was created by

It's definitely a favorite of mine. I usually don't do other people's patterns because I like to make up my own but this one I had to do. I've never been able to find one that like. It's really pretty. Follow the link above.


Thursday, September 18, 2008

Honeycomb Cabled Arm Warmer

HoneyComb Knitted Arm Warmer


This is a knitted Honeycomb cabled arm warmer. This is a cable pattern that is good for a beginner. It’s a basic cable. The only difference with my other cable arm warmers is that you are using the cable 2 times back-to-back within the row. Cables are only in two out of every 8 rows and I only completed 44 rows for the length you see in the purple example. I did 1 more honeycomb on the tan one. All the stats below are for the purple. The underside is explained under the Pattern Heading but you can see a photo of it at the end of this PDF. To increase the size see instructions above row 1.

Cable Videos to help you out if needed.: 
Left Cross:
Right Cross:

If you're new to knitting cables and you need some advice on the needle to use. I don’t use the cable needles you see in stores. That’s because I have never found a straight one. What I use is a blue “yarn needle” that is sold in just about every store. Another reason why I use it is because it’s not metal which can cause the stitches to slip right off. When I use the plastic kind I have no problems. Those stitches don’t more. So I guess I’m glad they don’t sell straight ones because I would never use it. Stitches need to stay on not slip off.

Another tip……When doing cables I only use circular needles. This way the when working with the cable needle I don’t have to worry about the left knitting needle falling down,  It's hard to keep everything in place with straight needed. When using circulars everything is connected. That's just my opinion if straight needles work for you by all means use them.

Finishing Instructions along with sewing instructions will be included. This technique is an option for you....

Needle Size: 10.5
CO: 30
Rows: 44
Yards needed: Approx. 65-75 yards
Finished Size: 7 inch tall 6.5 inch wide
Gauge:4.62 stitches per inch and 6.2 rows per inch
Made Flat Not in the Round

WYIB S1 =With yarn in back (as if to knit) Slip 1 (as if to purl)
LC= Left Cross cable, Slip 2 to cable needle and hold in front, K2 then K2 from cable needle
RC= Right Cross cable, Slip 2 to cable needle and hold in back, K2 then K2 from cable needle

Tto Purchase this Arm Warmer Pattern:
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Sunday, September 7, 2008

Pattern Generator for Arm/Wrist Warmers

I just found a website that has a pattern generator for making a wrist or arm warmer. Just go to this website:
Just enter your wrist measurment, gauge, and needle size.

Friday, September 5, 2008

#3 Big & Little Cabled Rectangle

This is #3 Big and Little Cabled Stitch pattern

6 x 9 inches
I would suggest this as a beginner cable pattern. You only have to use the cable needle 5 times in 52 rows. This was the first cable pattern I ever knitted. It's by far my favorite. I also used it in an arm warmer pattern below. Arm Warmer #1 in blue. CO is only 32 stitches. I used moss stitch on the outsides and reverse stockinette stitch in between the cables.

CN = Cable Needle
C8F (Row 9) = Slip 4 sts to CN and hold in front, then K4 from cable needle
C8B (Row 15) = Slip 4 sts, to CN and hold in back, then K3 P1 then P1K3 from cable needle

Needle Size: 10.5
CO 31
Yarn used: Caron 1 pound Tan


(RS)Row 1,3,5,7: Moss 5, K3, P2, K3, P5, K3, P2, K3 , Moss 5

(WS)Row 2,4,6,812: Moss 5, P3, K2, P3, K5, P3, K2, P3, Moss 5

Row 9: Moss 5 , C8F, P5, C8F, Moss 5

Row 10,12,14: Moss 5, P8, K5, P8, Moss 5

Row 11,13: Moss 5, K8, P5, K8, Moss 5

Row 15: Moss 5, C8B, P5, LC8, Moss 5

Row 16: Moss 5, P3, K2, P3, K5, P3, K2, P3, Moss 5

Row 17,19,21,23,25: Moss 5, K3, P2, K3, P5, K3, P2, K3, Moss 5

Row 18,20,22,24,26: P5, P3, K2, P3, K5, P3, K2, P3, P5