Two-at-a-Time: Sleeves

Live Dangerously.

The epitome of DANGER.

Danger! Danger! Danger!! I decided to just go for it, no life lines. Dove in, head first (sleeves first??) doing the sleeves two-at-a-time on the girl child’s sweater dress. It’s going pretty well, now that there is a little length to the sleeves. For the first few rounds I was questioning my sanity, it was a tangle of tips and cables and chaos. All is calm now. My tension is a little tighter, but my kid has little arms, so this is really a blessing.

Disclosure: I’ve knit two sleeves flat, on straight needles before. Back in 2008 when I was knitting up the Central Park Hoodie. This is more like knitting two-at-a-time socks, but with extra dangly bits.

Central Park Sleeves x2 Circa 2008

Published by Cinna Knits

Enthusiastic teacher. Voracious fiber artist. Perpetual creator.

3 thoughts on “Two-at-a-Time: Sleeves

      1. THANK YOU!! All along I thought it was my tiny brain. When I knit cuff down, I start the ribbing flat for about 5 rows. Then I transfer to circs. I only have the tiniest bit of sewing and it makes for such an easy cast on.


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