Wednesday, October 29, 2008

Easy Neck Warmer - 2 toned

Easy 2 toned
Neck Warmer

Very easy stitch pattern to follow for 18 inches. Only have to cast on 22 stitches.
Very much a beginner pattern made flat. 10.5 needle size used. When done all you have to do is sew the ends togethor and you have your neck warmer. Matching arm warmers can be found below.

Wednesday, October 8, 2008

IMPROVED "Warm Me Up" Arm Warmer

Purchase this Knitted Arm Warmer Pattern

You can purchase this braid style knitted Arm Warmer pattern. My first version had moss stitch making up the underside but the arm warmer can't moving around on me. It wasn't snug either. This one is because I used a slip stitch that you can see in the picture right below. Just look at the edges. It's durable, won't stretch, won't move and nice and snug

This cable is called the 3-strand cable but it can also be known as a Braid cable.

Some details:
Cast On = 29
Finished Size = 6 x 9 inches
Needle Size = 10.5 US
Yards of Yarn = 60-75 yards
Rows = Complete rows 1-12 then [5-12 as needed]

It's an easy pattern for a beginner. There's the standard type of cable, videos below. Even if it's your first you'll be ok. I was a beginner when I made all of mine.

C6F= Slip 3 to the cable needle and hold in front, Knit 3 then knit the 3 stitches on the cable needle.

C6B= Slip 3 to the cable needle and hold in back, Knit 3 then knit the 3 stitches on the cable needle.

VIDEOS on how to do the Cable in case you need them see the links below.... 

Left Cross Over    (C6F)

Right Cross Over  (C6B)

There are full assembly and finishing instructions.
You can purchase the pattern in PDF form straight from at the BUY NOW BUTTON below. It's okay if you are not a member you can still purchase it. Also, it goes through paypal. For more info you can go to this link it you'd like.


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Monday, October 6, 2008

Fabric Stitch Arm Warmer

 This is a 6 x 9 inch rectangle. That's all you need to make this arm warmer. It will look like you did a lot of work on it but you don't have to. All you have to do is repeat the same 4 rows.

Download the instructional PDF HERE
Have fun making your arm warmer,