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Chudley Cannons Wristwarmers

© Potterdelphia

Supplies

1 skein of Moda Dea Metro yarn, #9265 Tang (MC)
1 skein of Moda Dea Metro yarn, 9112 Black (CC)
Set of 4 (or 5) DPNs, size US 8 (5 mm)
Yarn needle
Stitch marker

Gauge

14 sts and 28 rows per 4" (10 cm)

Instructions

With MC, cast on 32 sts on DPNs. Slip stitch marker and join in round.

K2P2 rib for 4 rounds (Rnd).

Knit 6 Rnd.

K3 Rnd CC, K2 Rnd MC, K3 Rnd CC

K10 Rnd MC

K3 Rnd CC, K2 Rnd MC, K3 Rnd CC

K10 Rnd MC

K3 Rnd CC, K2 Rnd MC, K3 Rnd CC

Thumb Hole (in MC)
Row 1: K in Rnd
Row 2: K in Rnd
Row 3: P
Row 4: K
Row 5: P
Row 6: K
Row 7: P
Row 8: K in Rnd
Row 9: K in Rnd
Row 10: K in Rnd

K3 Rnd CC, K2 Rnd MC, K3 Rnd CC

K6 Rnd MC, K2P2 rib 4 Rnd

Finishing

Bind off. Turn inside out and weave in ends.

Final Product

Chudley Cannons Wristwarmers

Credit

Potterdelphia's pattern was taken with permission. The author based their pattern on Moya's POA-style wristwarmers that can be found here.

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