Hope you all had a good Thanksgiving holiday and was able to knit some during the break. If not, here’s your chance to start on a fun and short project. Due to popular demand, I’ve created another coffee cup sleeve pattern. This one is a little more complex than the first pattern but I think you all will enjoy it very much. It is absolutely gorgeous! Check it out:
1 skein of medium weight yarn (shown above is Caron Simply Soft in Country Blue)
Size 6 (4mm) needles
*Note: There are two ways you can cast on with this pattern. I used a provisional cast on which leaves one end with live stitches where you can invisibly graft the two ends together. Another option is to do a regular cast on technique and sew the ends together.
Cast on 24 sts.
Celtic Plait Stitch
ROW 1 (RS): P2, C4B, (P4, C4B) twice, P2.
ROW 2: K2, P4, (K4, P4) twice, K2.
ROW 3: P1, T3B, (T4F, T4B) twice, T3F, P1.
ROW 4: K1, P2, K3, P4, K4, P4, K3, P2, K1.
ROW 5: T3B, P3, C4F, P4, C4F, P3, T3F.
ROW 6: P2, K4, (P4, K4) twice, P2.
ROW 7: K2, P3, T3B, T4F, T4B, T3F, P3, K2.
ROW 8: (P2, K3) twice, P4, (K3, P2) twice.
ROW 9: (K2, P3) twice, C4B, (P3, K2) twice.
ROW 10: repeat ROW 8.
ROW 11: K2, P3, T3F, T4B, T4F, T3B, P3, K2.
ROW 12: repeat ROW 6.
ROW 13: T3F, P3, C4F, P4, C4F, P3, T3B.
ROW 14: repeat ROW 4.
ROW 15: P1, T3F, (T4B, T4F) twice, T3B, P1.
ROW 16: repeat ROW 2.
Repeat ROWS 1-16.
Continue until sleeve reaches approximately 9″ (approx. 23cm). Bind off and sew two ends together or use kitchener’s stitch to graft two ends together.
There you go, hope you guys enjoy! If you enjoy this pattern, please Like us on Facebook!