I wanted to have an easy project for someone who is new to graphs that would be good for warmer weather. So I came up with this arm corset! I love how it looks and the simplicity of it. It is a great pattern for someone who is new to graphing. I have included TWO graphs in this post. One is the leopard heart from the drink sleeve post rotated for the cuff and the other is a butterfly that is a new release perfect for beginning to graph. This can also be worked without a graph and looks great plain in both the single crochet and the Tunisian.
About a week ago, I released my can size sleeve HERE. This one is the slightly larger size good for cups. I love these for all seasons. They are great for cold weather when you don’t want to burn your hands with your cup and for hot weather when you don’t want wet hands from sweaty cups. both sizes also work great for sippy cups. Which size you use would depend on the cup.
I created a new graph the other day as well and I love how it looks on this. It is a Leopard Heart graph.
I’ve decided to release some of my basic patterns for free here on the blog! This is the single crochet and Tunisian version of my drink sleeve that will fit cans. These can also have 16×16 graphs inserted in them as well. The graphs are available for sale in my store. Just click on the store tab above to purchase graphs. Sick ‘Lil Monkeys also has graphs that can be plugged in as well. There are also 3 graphs with the pattern already plugged into them available on the Cre8tion Crochet blog. They are for flip-flops and swimsuits. The swimsuit graphs include a two piece and a one piece.