Recent university study links warm hands with a warm heart…
“Now you can warm hands with this easy to knit fleece-lined muff”
When you live in an area with cold winters, you know how helpful a muff can be outdoors. A muff allows you to easily put in on and off, and works better than gloves in keeping hands warm. It even works with gloves!
You may also know some friends and family who have chronic cold hands. And if so,
you know how uncomfortable they can be with cold hands — even indoors in winter or
in air conditioning in summer. While taking bulky gloves or mittens on and off can be challenging, using a muff is just right.
I’ve made several of these for family and friends. The smiles these muffs have brought to their faces are priceless. One even refused to leave hers at home when she went to the hospital!
Now you too can make this warm fleecy muff. Designed for advanced beginners, it’s knit with two strands of yarn. And there’s no purling involved!
You get all this with your purchase—
- Instructions for knitting the muff, plus…
- Tutorial for adding the fleecy lining with…
- Step-by-step pictures for the tutorial.
The pattern is only $7 which includes the pdf pattern for knitting the muff plus the tutorial for adding fleece or roving. Unlike thrumming, the lining does not show through.
Pattern is available for download through Ravelry . . .Click here to Buy Now.