Knit up these Moss Stripe Cuffs easily if you’re an intermediate or advanced knitter. You’ll keep your hands and wrists cosy if you like wearing sleeves turned up or t-shirts into the Autumn. They will undoubtably become favourites year after year as the weather chills in September.
With your fingers free you’re less likely to drop one mitt in a puddle or leave one in a coffee shop as you pay for your chai latte – they’ll be keeping your hands warm from the moment you leave the house to when you return. (I’ve even slipped my thumb out and pushed these further up my wrists to sanitise my hands, so I don’t lose them)
You’ll need four balls of Felted Tweed DK yarn, which will give you enough to knit up two pairs as you’re using four colours. And can pick the same shades that I’ve used in the photos if you’ll find it easier:
Size of finished cuffs:
20cm (8″) high, 20cm (8″) around the wrist/cuff
Included in Pattern:
Two versions of the digital pattern, one with full colour images to illustrate features, and a printable version with fewer photos and less colour.
QR code and URL link leading you to an exclusive YouTube playlist with all the videos you need to knit these cuffs.
Brand: Knit With Hannah
Needle Type Needed (optional extra): 3.25mm circular needle
Material: Rowan Felted Tweed DK 50% Wool, 25% Alpaca, 25% Viscose from wood pulp
Colours In Image:
Autumn colour-way : Pine, Ginger, Seasalter & Cumin.
Winter colour-way: Bilberry, Barbara, Carbon & Avocado
I found it best to pick two darker, more background colours to sit in-between the two brighter yarns. This helped the contrasts show without overwhelming each other.