Scrunchy Ombre Arm Warmers by Amanda Schwabe #knitting #stashbusters
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Scrunchy Ombre Arm Warmers


Knitting pattern PDF download from Knit Picks.  Also available as part of the Knit Picks Under 100 Knit Collection book and ebook.

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Product Description

The Scrunchy Ombre Arm Warmers combine two of any knitter’s favorite things: 1) using up those tiny balls of leftover sock yarn and 2) stripes. By creating a stripe patterning that repeats and overlaps, there are not only less ends to weave in but it also opens the possibilities for endless color gradients. These simple-yet-addictive arm warmers keep your hands warm and your fingers available for knitting. How many colour combinations can you come up with?

This great stashbusting project has a matching hat pattern!  You can find the Sock Stashbuster Slouch Hat here.

Don’t forget to join us in the Aknitica Designs group on Ravelry! It’s a great place to talk over colour choices and give the rest of us inspiration. 🙂

The colours used in my rainbow-like sample are Knit Picks Palette in
Fairy Tale,
Garnet Heather,
Bittersweet Heather,
Turmeric (again),
and Whirlpool.

Sizes:  Hand circumferences are 6.5, 7.5, and 8.5 inches.  They’re designed to be knit with negative ease, which means you’ll want them to be a little snug for the best, scrunchy (and not baggy) fit.

Yarn:   30 – 35 grams / 250 – 300 yards of fingering-weight

Needles:  Size 2 US (2.75 mm) circular needles for knitting in the round.  You’ll need 2 circs (Or Magic Loop or dpn’s if your prefer) for this small-circumference knitting.

Skills Needed:

  • Increasing
  • Putting stitches on waste yarn
  • Sewing in ends
  • Knitting in the round

Please respect my copyright.  If you’re planning to share this pattern with a friend, please purchase an extra one to give.  If you’d like to knit this pattern to sell finished items, contact me about a cottage license.

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