Arrow Cuffs

Posted on October 6, 2016 by Anna

These little cuffs are worked in the round and are quick to make, so they will make a good project for an empty afternoon or evening. These are brilliant for windy days. They stop draughts coming up your jacket sleeves and they look lovely, layered over the cuffs of a chunky knit jumper.

Finished Size
Length: 10cm
Circumference: 20cm
Jamieson’s Shetland Spindrift
1 ball Old Gold (MC)
1 ball Natural White (CC)
Needles & Notions
2.25mm circular needles
2.75mm circular needles
Stitch marker
30 sts x 36 rows = 10 x 10cm over colourwork stocking stitch, using larger needles
For each round, read chart from right to left, knit every round.

Using MC and smaller needles, cast on 60 sts.
Place marker and join to work in the round, being careful not to twist.
Work 8 rounds of K2, P2 rib.
Change to larger needles.
Next Round: K.
Join in CC.
Following chart, work 10-st repeat 6 times across round and complete chart to end round 22.
Next Round: Work 1 round in MC.
Change to smaller needles.
Work 8 rounds of K2, P2 rib.
Cast off.
Sew in ends and block.

MC White Square
CC Black Square

Taken from Knitting from the North by Hilary Grant. Photography by Caro Weiss.