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House Unity Handwarmers

© Moya

Supplies

Small amounts of black, red, yellow, green and blue yarn (the author used 4 ply worsted weight)
Note: That this project is best for using leftover yarn
Set of 4 US6 (4.0 mm) DPNs

Gauge

20 sts per 4” (10 cm) and 24 rows per 4” (10 cm)

Instructions

With black, cast on 36 sts, divide onto three needles (12 sts on each).

Join in round. Knit round 1 to 4 in k2p2. Knit in round for four rounds.

Change to red and knit four rounds.

Change to black and knit two rounds.

Change to yellow and knit four rounds.

Change to black and knit two rounds.

Change to green and knit four rounds.

Change to black and knit two rounds.

Change to black and knit four rounds blue

Knit four rounds in black.

At end of fifth round do not join.

Work in stockinette stitch until there’s fifteen rounds of black. Join in round at row fifteen.

Knit one round black.

Change to red and knit two rounds.

Change to black and knit one round.

Change to yellow and knit two rounds.

Change to black and knit one round.

Change to green and knit two rounds.

Change to black and knit one round.

Change to blue and knit two rounds.

Change to black and knit three rounds.

Repeat round 1 (k2p2) for four rounds.

Bind off

Final Product

House Unity Wristwarmers

Credit

Moya’s pattern was taken with permission from xephyr-42.livejournal.com.

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