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Pattern Requests
Easy leg warmers
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Dec 28, 2012 21:21:19   #
bdetzel
 
I have an 11 year old grand daugher who is in gymnastics. I am looking for some classy leg warmers that she could use. Thank you very much.
 
Dec 28, 2012 21:42:06   #
galaxycraft (a regular here)
 
http://www.ravelry.com/patterns/library/easy-peasy-leg-warmers
Dec 28, 2012 21:57:34   #
Sine (a regular here)
 
You can also take old sweater sleeves and make them into leg warmers.
Dec 28, 2012 22:11:04   #
hcoho
 
There is a pattern in Not Just Socks for Kids by Sandi Rosner. The sizes it gives are toddler and "big kid" I am not quite sure what "big kid" means. But, they are knit up with US Size 2 needles with self-striping yarn by Lana Grossa. There is also a matching Dancer's Wrap pattern for a lovely wrap sweater. I knit Elfin Hat from the same book and the instructions were easy to follow and I had no problem. PM me if you want more info.
Dec 29, 2012 02:36:46   #
knezmom
 
galaxycraft wrote:
http://www.ravelry.com/patterns/library/easy-peasy-leg-warmers


I made thus pattern for my 15 year old dancer daughter. They really are easy, although I had to take them in a little tighter at the ankle because she has small feet and they slipped down.
Dec 29, 2012 14:28:41   #
january50
 
No link on the Ravelry page for the pattern??
 
Dec 29, 2012 14:50:37   #
galaxycraft (a regular here)
 
january50 wrote:
No link on the Ravelry page for the pattern??


I guess it went down...
Can go to her blog and download the pdf:
http://www.littlelambyknits.com/p/free-knitting-patterns.html
Dec 29, 2012 17:42:24   #
Tracy7913
 
here is a nice simple looking pattern that I would like to make too!
http://knitting.about.com/od/childrenspatterns/ss/ruffle-legwarmers-kids_2.htm
Dec 29, 2012 19:17:15   #
LaviniaRiverina
 
bdetzel wrote:
I have an 11 year old grand daugher who is in gymnastics. I am looking for some classy leg warmers that she could use. Thank you very much.



I have made several pair of theseThey are easy to make.They have a lacy look and are crocheted.I get a lot of comments on them.

http://www.crochetville.org/forum/showthread.php?t=107872


I have also found these which are crochet for a little girl.

http://www.acraftyhouse.com/2012/01/free-little-girl-crochet-legwarmer.html


There are several knitted ones here.
http://tipnut.com/legwarmers/

I hope this helps.
Dec 29, 2012 21:39:49   #
january50
 
Downloaded the PDF. Thanks so much!
Dec 29, 2012 22:31:32   #
galaxycraft (a regular here)
 
january50 wrote:
Downloaded the PDF. Thanks so much!

You are welcome.
Enjoy.
 
          
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