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Leg warmers for kids
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May 1, 2011 18:51:32   #
Deema
 
Hi.....I have been looking for a knitting pattern to make my 5 year old granddaughter some leg warmers for this next winter. Have not been able to find a pattern on line and hope someone has knitting directions they would like to share.
 
May 1, 2011 18:58:45   #
deemail (a regular here)
 
i like to use worsted 4 ply, it'll look almost bulky on the little people, and i cast on 46 sts, knit in k1,p1 rib all the way. this keeps them from sagging. then for design, i just do 6 inches of one color, change color for approx 10 inches and then do 6 inches more of the first color (or even a third coordinating color) after binding off in a stretchy binding, turn both bottom and top sections into cuffs....they fit longer that way and are cute, too....(these were the proportions i used for a 4 yr old and they fit her for 2 winters)....
May 1, 2011 19:34:36   #
WISECOOKIE50
 
deemail wrote:
i like to use worsted 4 ply, it'll look almost bulky on the little people, and i cast on 46 sts, knit in k1,p1 rib all the way. this keeps them from sagging. then for design, i just do 6 inches of one color, change color for approx 10 inches and then do 6 inches more of the first color (or even a third coordinating color) after binding off in a stretchy binding, turn both bottom and top sections into cuffs....they fit longer that way and are cute, too....(these were the proportions i used for a 4 yr old and they fit her for 2 winters)....
i like to use worsted 4 ply, it'll look almost bul... (show quote)


I have been looking for a pattern also!! Thanks for sharing your pattern!!! Leg warmers are also great too for cool evenings in most season depending on the type of yarn!
May 1, 2011 20:34:43   #
KnitPurlCrochet
 
Hi
Google: Leg warmers to knit for kids. Be sure to type "to knit" otherwise you'll get leg warmers ready made.
Use a sock pattern and put a rib on both ends without the foot.
Use all your yarn scraps to make them striped.
Regard,
Lu
May 1, 2011 20:35:10   #
KnitPurlCrochet
 
Hi
Google: Leg warmers to knit for kids. Be sure to type "to knit" otherwise you'll get leg warmers ready made.
Use a sock pattern and put a rib on both ends without the foot.
Use all your yarn scraps to make them striped.
Regard,
Lu
May 2, 2011 05:46:36   #
macnzacsmom
 
Hi bernat has a pattern for baby jacquards florals It is for babies but maybe you could make the pattern larger. I have the pattern but haven't made them.
 
May 2, 2011 06:26:51   #
brenda1946
 
Hi My name is Brenda and i have an old knitting pattern for leg warmers for children. It is an English Pattern done by Emu No. 6791.I am not sure if you can get it where you live and i am not very good with sending patterns on the computer but there is any way i can get a copy to you i would be willing to try.
May 2, 2011 10:14:48   #
gcat
 
I have a very old pattern book of leg warmers - probably from the 70s. If you are interested in the patterns please pm me and I'll try to dig it up.
May 2, 2011 10:47:25   #
Rumrunner
 
What a great idea! My 6 yr old Grand daughter is into gymnastics and she might enjoy this ideas--she is always 'warm' and won't wear sweaters--lucky for me her little brother is a 'popsicle boy' and loves sweater from his Gigi.
May 2, 2011 12:05:39   #
Kirsten
 
deemail wrote:
i like to use worsted 4 ply, it'll look almost bulky on the little people, and i cast on 46 sts, knit in k1,p1 rib all the way. this keeps them from sagging. then for design, i just do 6 inches of one color, change color for approx 10 inches and then do 6 inches more of the first color (or even a third coordinating color) after binding off in a stretchy binding, turn both bottom and top sections into cuffs....they fit longer that way and are cute, too....(these were the proportions i used for a 4 yr old and they fit her for 2 winters)....
i like to use worsted 4 ply, it'll look almost bul... (show quote)


Thanks for the pattern. I've been looking for one. What size knitting needles do you use? I'm anxious to make my granddaughter a pair for ballet class this winter. Kirsten
May 2, 2011 12:44:24   #
Judy J
 
Here is a leg warmer pattern I have saved. Have not done it.
Child's leg warmers
Attached file:
(Download)
 
May 2, 2011 13:16:51   #
choupette
 
http://www.garnstudio.com/lang/en/visoppskrift.php?d_nr=b20&d_id=7&lang=us

et beaucoup +
May 2, 2011 13:20:00   #
deemail (a regular here)
 
Kirsten wrote:
deemail wrote:
i like to use worsted 4 ply, it'll look almost bulky on the little people, and i cast on 46 sts, knit in k1,p1 rib all the way. this keeps them from sagging. then for design, i just do 6 inches of one color, change color for approx 10 inches and then do 6 inches more of the first color (or even a third coordinating color) after binding off in a stretchy binding, turn both bottom and top sections into cuffs....they fit longer that way and are cute, too....(these were the proportions i used for a 4 yr old and they fit her for 2 winters)....
i like to use worsted 4 ply, it'll look almost bul... (show quote)


Thanks for the pattern. I've been looking for one. What size knitting needles do you use? I'm anxious to make my granddaughter a pair for ballet class this winter. Kirsten
quote=deemail i like to use worsted 4 ply, it'll ... (show quote)


for 4ply i usually use from 6s to 8s....i'm sure 7s would be fine for this size child....
May 2, 2011 13:25:14   #
conie
 
What size of needle did you use?
connie
May 2, 2011 18:30:40   #
mozey50
 
PM me your email address I have a pattern for little girls leg warmers with miss piggy and balerina sweaters to match, also plain sweater and head band.




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