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Apr 24, 2018 10:43:02   #
cabingirl2006
 
If the above link didn't work for you try this link it's without the s after the http the https:// didn't work for me
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=29sgxZRua7U&feature=youtu.be
 
Apr 24, 2018 16:25:26   #
glnwhi
 
Thanks they are very cute my girls and.....guys will love them.
Apr 24, 2018 18:12:20   #
Nownow
 
I really would like to try this. Thanks for the link.
Apr 24, 2018 18:19:12   #
Kansas g-ma (a regular here)
 
dragonflyspring wrote:
Here is the pattern that some have asked for:

Knitted Bracelets

Materials: Leftover yarn, wool or wool blends are best
Needles: FlexiFlips or DPNs in size 4
Yarn needle for finish
Size: For average, 6-7” wrist:
CO 30 sts, divided equally between needles. For a smaller or larger size, use less or more sts and k more or less rnds.
K 10 Rnds then bind off. Thread needle with cut end of yarn weave into
Back. Allow the knit side to roll inward with purl side out. Wear and enjoy!
Here is the pattern that some have asked for: br ... (show quote)


Thanks for posting this. I love the idea.
Apr 25, 2018 16:40:30   #
alaskarebs
 
This is great! Thank you!!
Apr 28, 2018 23:17:44   #
Hannelore (a regular here)
 
dragonflyspring wrote:
Here is the pattern that some have asked for:

Knitted Bracelets

Materials: Leftover yarn, wool or wool blends are best
Needles: FlexiFlips or DPNs in size 4
Yarn needle for finish
Size: For average, 6-7” wrist:
CO 30 sts, divided equally between needles. For a smaller or larger size, use less or more sts and k more or less rnds.
K 10 Rnds then bind off. Thread needle with cut end of yarn weave into
Back. Allow the knit side to roll inward with purl side out. Wear and enjoy!
Here is the pattern that some have asked for: br ... (show quote)


Thanks for writing the pattern out.
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