In winter of 2010 I received these beautiful samples of Twisted Fiber Art Evolution colorways in orders of club yarns. I always wanted to wear them somehow, but I could never figure out what to make with them — they are only a few yards long. Finally, one moody evening, they decided they wanted to become cuffs, and so was born Odd Ends.
The cuffs are knit in one piece featuring an i-cord cast on and i-cord selvedge edges. If you have never done an i-cord cast on, this is a great way to learn the technique without a large commitment. There are detailed instructions included, but if you are a visual learner, I found this great youtube video to help.
Pattern includes written and charted instructions and takes about an hour to make. It has been test knitted, but not tech edited. My girls and I are always here to help if you run into trouble.
You can download the pattern here, or it is available on Ravelry as well. I would love to hear from you and see your projects if you use the pattern! Enjoy!
PS – If you’re on a Mac and have trouble with the download, try right clicking on the link and select “Download Linked File”.
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