Whatever Wrist Warmers - knitting pattern
These wrist warmers are a great way to use up a single ball of multicoloured or plain aran weight yarn (#4). The pattern is loosely based on my Whatever sock pattern, using textured diagonal twisted stitches. The wrist warmers (or cuffs) have no thumb holes. This means that there is no bulk between the thumb and first finger, so you can wear then while performing fine tasks such as typing, writing or playing the piano or another musical instrument. It also enables them to be pulled up or down the wrist as the temperature requires. This pattern suits a beginner and will fit from a medium sized child to an adult.
- Illustrated knitting pattern
- Simple chart
- No measurements needed
- One size fits all
- Suitable for beginners
Materials you need at home:
- 1 ball (100m/50g) of aran weight (Medium #4) yarn (I have used Noro Silk Garden)
- 4.5mm diameter (US 7) circular needle or double points
Twisted Jumbuck Designs
I am an Australian knitwear designer with a love of twisted stitches and innovative techniques. "Jumbuck" is an old Australian word for sheep, so I publish my patterns as Twisted Jumbuck Designs.