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Corset Arm Warmers
This project is great for using up odd ends. You shouldn’t need more than 50 grams of the main
color yarn and less than 25 will do for the trim. It should be noted that for the sample shown in
this picture, I’m actually using a light fingering yarn doubled in order to get a thickness
comparable to the main color yarn. The finished measurements for the main color portion are 6
1/4 inches at the widest point, 5 inches at the narrowest, and 6 3/4 inches long. This is an
extremely stretchy pattern, and should fit even larger sized forearms. If you are in the slender
armed camp, cast on 52 stitches rather than 60 and follow the rest of the pattern as written.
Materials: 1 ball Naturally Caron.com Country (main color)
25 grams of a yarn the same weight as the main color (accent color)
2-3 yards of half inch ribbon
Optional: needle and thread to match the ribbon
Tools: 3.5 mm straight needles
Size G crochet hook
Skill Level: Easy
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Skills: knitting
Purling
Decreasing
Single crochet
Double crochet (Shell
stitch)
The Pattern:
With main color, cast on 60
stitches. Work in knit 1/purl 1
rib all the way across until
piece measures 3 inches.
Decrease pattern:
1. Slip 1 knitwise, purl 1,
pass slipped stitch over. Knit 1/purl 1 across (x2 rows).
2. Purl 1/knit 1 all the way across (x2 rows).
3. Slip 1 purlwise, knit 1, pass slipped stitch over. Purl 1/knit 1 across (x2 rows).
4. Knit 1/purl 1 all the way across (x2 rows).

Repeat these 8 rows 3 times.
Cast off (48 stitches, or 40 for the smaller version). Weave in ends.
Trim:
Round 1: With accent color, single crochet all the way around, starting on the short side, putting
1 stitch into each purl column.

Round 2: (shell stitch) In the same stitch *double crochet 2, chain 1, double crochet 2. Skip a
stitch, single crochet, skip a stitch. Repeat from * until you reach the end of the short side. (It
may be necessary on the last shell to skip 2 stitches on either side, between the double crochet
and the single crochet.)

Turn the corner. *Chain 1, skip a stitch, single crochet 3. Repeat from * until end of side.

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Turn the corner, repeat shell stitch on elbow side of arm warmer.

Turn corner. *Single crochet 3, chain 1, skip a stitch. Repeat from * until end of round. Cut yarn
and weave in ends.
Finishing:
Cut ribbon in half and lace through sides of arm warmers using the skipped stitches along the
sides as eyelets and tie in a bow. Let long ends dangle or trim to desired length. I like my bows
down by the wrist, but you can put them at the elbow or even in the middle if you like. If using
satin ribbon, tack the knot in place with needle and thread to prevent it from coming untied. Wear
and enjoy!

Questions? Comments? You can find me on Ravelry as SophiaRowan, or check out my blog at
www.KnotMagick.blogspot.com.

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