Let’s get warm with these super easy-to-make Wrist Warmers!
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Working back loops and some pink magic, you will have a delicious gift ready!
The Olive Wrist Warmers
Grab any Yarn you have at home!
For this quick and easy crochet pattern, you will need two colors of yarn.
You can use any 4-weight yarn in your stash.
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8” height X 4” width
Cascade yarns Pacific color #63, 40% superwash Merino Wool, 60% Acrylic, I used around 80 gr, for Color B any accent yarn you have for three rows on each piece.
Substitutions can be any Blended wool or acrylic yarn. Weight # 4- Try this one
HOOK & OTHER MATERIALS
● US Size H8 (5 mm) crochet hook
● Scissors, ● Yarn Needle, Measuring Tape
I love to use Bamboo Hooks for durability and Eco conciseness. I got my Set Here (affiliate)
Ch = Chain
Sl St = Slip Stitch
Sc = Single Crochet
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Cross single crochet st = insert hook, yarn under your hook, pull through, yarn over and finish your single crochet
- This Pattern is worked in Rows, after joining the second color is worked in rounds
- Beginning ch1 does not count as 1st st
Make two identical pieces
Foundation chain: chain 26 +1
Row 1: sc 1 in 2nd ch from hook, sc 1 in next ch and to end of row, ch 1 and turn
Row 2: Cross sc 1 in 1st st from hook, Cross sc 1 in next st and across to end of row, ch1 and turn .
Next Row 3-34: repeat row 2
Lay your work right side facing up, fold in half, slst 12 st, skip 5 for the finger, sl st to the end.
Secure your yarn and cut.
Now we work around the two ends of the wrist warmer. Work on the right side of the piece.
Round 1:Top part , insert hook with color b yarn, ch1, sc 1 in each st , if you feel it will be too wide, skip a few st around to close down the top part a bit. Sl st to ch1 to close the round.
Now Round 2: ch1, sc in 1st st from hook, sc 1 in next st, ch3, slst to the base of the sc you just made to form a half circle shape, sc1 in next 2 st, ch3 and sl st to the base of the last sc and so on across to end of round, sl st to beginning ch1. Close the round, secure your yarn and cut.
Repeat Round 1 in the bottom part of the wrist warmer.
Weave in ends with a tapestry needle and cut your yarn
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