Red Heart Reflective Hocus Pocus WristletsBack to category
Red Heart Reflective Hocus Pocus Wristlets
These quick to knit wristlets are soft and great for warmth while being soft and comfy. The interesting thing is that they are knit with yarn that reflects light.
- Time:1 hour
1Use a gauge of 15 sts and 18 rounds (4 inch) to knit a wristlet that measures approximately 5 inch long by 6 inch circumference at its widest point. Save time, check your gauge. If the needles listed under supplies do not work, use the size that allows you to obtain the required gauge. Download template for abbreviations not explained elsewhere. Special Abbreviation: kfb (Knit into front and back) = Knit next st but do not remove from needle, knit into back loop of same st and remove from needle Note: Each wristlet is worked in rounds beginning at the lower (wrist) edge. Stitches are bound-off and then cast-on again to create the thumb opening.
2Cast on 24 sts. Place marker for beginning of round. Join to work in rounds, taking care not to twist sts. Repeat for the second wristlet.
3Lower Ribbing: Rounds 15: *K2, p2; repeat from * around.
4Body of Wrister: Work in Stockinette st worked in rounds (knit every round) until piece measures about 3-1/2 inch from beginning.
5Shape Thumb: Round 1: Knit to last st, kfb25 sts. Round 2: Kfb, knit to end of round26 sts. Rounds 3 and 4: Repeat last 2 rounds28 sts. Rounds 5 and 6 (Create Thumb Opening): Knit to last 2 sts, bind off last 2 sts and first 2 sts of next round and remove beginning of round marker; knit around again to beginning of bound-off sts, cast on 2 sts over the bound-off section, replace beginning of round marker26 sts. Rounds 710: Knit. Round 11: Knit to last 2 sts, k2tog25 sts. Round 12: K2tog, knit to end of round24 sts.
6Top Ribbing: Rounds 15: *K2, p2; repeat from * around. Bind off.
7Finishing: Weave in ends.