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Weekend Gloves Cable Arm Warmers


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***Finished knitted items may be sold. ~ New to knitting? ~ Not yet comfortable knitting in the round on double pointed needles? ~ These cable fingerless gloves are knitted flat on straight needles and can be knitted over a weekend. ~ Made in two sections and then sewn together. ~ Make longer for arm warmers or keep short for hand warmers. ~ The stitches used are knit and purl. Includes instructions for how to knit a cable stitch. BASIC SKILLS NECESSARY Cast on, cast off Knit and purl stitches Cable 6 front Knit two stitches together GAUGE Approx. 19 rows x 14 stitches = 10x10 cm (4x4 inches) SIZING / FINISHED MEASUREMENTS Hand Warmers Fits small to medium women's hand Size - 7" x 3.5" (18cm x 9cm) Arm Warmers Fit small to medium women's hand/arm Size - approx.13" (33cm) long Will fit approx. 7.5" (19 cm) circumference around knuckles. Stretches to fit approx. 10" (25cm) around widest point just below elbow

Supplies Needed

  • Sirdar Click Chunky 50g 1 ball is just sufficient for small/medium hand warmers, x2 for the arm warmers.
  • Debbie Bliss Luxury Donegal Tweed Aran 50g x2 balls hold two strands together to obtain gauge
  • Debbie Bliss Donegal Tweed Chunky 100g x1 skein is plenty for hand warmers but only just enough for the arm warmers - don't waste any.

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