Knit: Simple Arm Warmers

Due to the number of people who have republished this pattern on their blogs  and passed it off as their own (in some cases selling it for profit). I have removed the pattern from this page. Sorry!

Before copying and pasting from the blog, please read the Creative Commons Licence Agreement.

Just because a pattern is free doesn’t mean it’s fair game for theft.

I am (and always will be) grateful to the many people who made these wrist warmers, posted photos on their blogs with a link here. I have no problem with that. Just don’t take the pattern and pretend it’s yours!

Thank you

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  1. Veronika

     /  December 11, 2011

    they look beautiful – and perfect for my barely adequate knitting skills.

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  2. heikeknits

     /  December 11, 2011

    Lovely colour and pattern…might have to go on my ‘to make over christmas’ list ;)

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  3. Tracey Todhunter

     /  December 11, 2011

    Thank you – they really are very simple to knit

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  4. Tracey Todhunter

     /  December 11, 2011

    Thanks, I knitted a pair on 20cm circulars and they took hardly any time at all.
    45 stitches
    Round 1 knit 3, purl 2 for entire round
    Round 2 knit 3, purl 2 for entire round
    Round 3 *sl1, k2, psso, p2; repeat from * to end
    Round 4 *k1, yo, k1, p2; repeat from * to end
    If you increase the stitches and use a larger circular it make a gorgeous cowl too :)

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  5. These look lovely! I might attempt them, although my knitting skills arn’t great. Thanks for sharing the pattern. :)

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  6. These are beautiful Tracey – I’m just knitting a pair of fingerless mitts at the mo, but will try your pattern too. Will have to pop into F&C for some DB baby cashmerino x

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  7. Tracy Anderson

     /  December 12, 2011

    Wonderful. I love the Debbie Bliss Baby Cashmerino.

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