In the Garden Armwarmers

In the Garden Armwarmers


Designed by Angela Westover

In the Pacific Northwest, Spring and Autumn are the in-between seasons. You never know if the daytime will be 80F and sunny or 60F and rainy. Instead of wearing a bunch of layers to work, I knitted these up to give my arms a bit of warmth without overheating in a hoodie (our State Garment). And I love the way the cuff can be folded back so I can wear them with the fingerless mitt option or not!

Sizes Included in Pattern: One Size Fits Most Adults

*** In purchasing this product you will receive a PDF pattern from which you can create your new In the Garden Armwarmers. This is not the finished item.***



Advanced Beginner

Techniques To Indulge In

Knit, Purl, Slip Stitches, the Butterfly Stitch

Finished Measurements (inches/cm)

9” in circumference x 19” tall (22.85 cm x 48.25 cm)

Gauge in Pattern

24 stitches and 36 rounds = 4”/10cm


400 yards/366 meters Sock or Fingering Weight

Suggested Yarn: Blue Moon Fibers Socks That Rock Lightweight (100% Superwash Merino), 146g, 405yds
Color: Grateful Gnome


US Size 3 (3mm) circular needles or size needed to obtain gauge.


Tapestry Needle, Scissors, Stitch Markers

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Photographer: Jeananne Atthowe | Retoucher: Dustin Miszczak | Model: Katie Marsh