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Learn To Knit Cuffs
Pattern Number: L0449
Rating: *****
4.8 (based on 8 reviews)
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Learn To Knit Cuffs Reviewed by ROBERTA BEYER on 2010-12-02 ***
I chose this pattern because I was making a set for a Secret Santa recipient. I was doing a hat, scarf and wristlet set and I decided most of the work would go into the hat and scarf and the wristlets would be my easy project. This pattern seemed perfect. However, it came out looking very bulky and unattractive. I re-did it, casting on 18 stitches and working the whole thing in stockinette. Beautiful! Takes a little bit longer to work up, but not much, and it's definitely worth the improvement in appearance.

Learn To Knit Cuffs Reviewed by Glenda Power on 2010-11-28 *****
Great Pattern! You can even stripe them and Crochet some too.

Learn To Knit Cuffs Reviewed by Kat Neely Jones on 2010-10-06 *****
Very quick and easy! I knitted these while waiting for four new tires to be put on my pickup. (Sewed them up at home)I used Wool-Ease Chunky 173 Willow.

Learn To Knit Cuffs Reviewed by Stacie Hogan on 2010-10-04 *****
These were so easy to make! I knitted them up in just a few hours. I had some yarn on hand and used 1 strand of green and 1 strand of white to get the bulk and they turned out great! I knitted them a little longer (about 4 fingers below my elbow). I will definitely make more of these!

Learn To Knit Cuffs Reviewed by Karen Mollung on 2010-09-29 *****
I love this pattern. It is great for a beginner or anyone needing a quick knit project. I found that the perfect length for me was 30 knit rows.

Learn To Knit Cuffs Reviewed by Ruth Ann Ruddell on 2010-09-29 *****
I'm an experienced knitter, but liked the idea of the quickness of this project. I wanted them to go with the Zigzag scarf I knitted in Cotton-Ease yarn(I got the pattern on the Lion Brand web site and love it). So rather than use Thick and Quick yarn, I used two strands of the Cotton-Ease yarn held together and they turned out perfect.

Learn To Knit Cuffs Reviewed by Carole Murphy on 2010-10-03 *****
This is the easiest and nicest wristlet pattern that I've seen. it is addictive. thanks for the pattern

Learn To Knit Cuffs Reviewed by Kathy McCutchen on 2010-09-26 *****
Quick and easy to make. I found that I could adjust the size by simply casting on 20 stitches instead of 15. Also I continue the pattern until it measures 9", instead of 8 and a half.

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