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Warmers for Hands and Coffee

By December 20, 2012

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I've been on a major armwarmer knitting jag lately. I decided after I saw Tanis Gray's Cornucopia Wristers pattern (link is to Ravelry) that I wanted to knit them for all the women on my list, and me too. I've got a pair or two left to go, but luckily one of our Christmas celebrations isn't happening until the weekend after, so I will be fine.

fingerless glovesYears later these fingerless gloves are still one of my most popular patterns. Sarah E. White.

If you want to knit up some warmers lickety split, check out my Bulky Fingerless Gloves. I knit these in an afternoon and you can, too. If you have a little more time or just don't have a cache of super bulky in your house, try the Quick Arm Warmers instead. They're still pretty fast, are really cute and are a one-skein project.

If you happen to make the super bulky version and have a little yarn to spare like I did, you can also whip up a super-simple and very fast Coffee Sleeve to match. This thing literally takes about half an hour to knit and is a gift that any coffee or tea lover in your life will got a lot of use out of!


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