Sarah Arm Warmers
** pattern from my e-book Three Season Mitts.
** this pattern is also featured on Craft Zine!
With fall comes back to school season and teachers standing outside in the blustery winds on bus duty. These arm warmers are the perfect treat to toss into any teacher’s bag – great for days not quite chilly enough for a jacket, but there’s just enough wind you need a little extra layer of protection.
These arm warmers can slide down over your hands a bit if necessary, or they can be worn at the wrist. Because they go up to the elbow, they can even be slipped on under a tee if the weather turns suddenly cold. And with the gorgeous little cable detail up the outside, there’s enough interest to have every knitter engaged through the length of the project.
· One set size 7dpns
· One skein Paton’s Classic Wool in Graphite
· Darning needle
Small (medium, large) – 12 (14, 16) inches long.
for the left thumb hole, you should start the 6 stitch cast off 18 stitches before the end of the round so it will be in the same approx position from the cable as for the right thumb