Tuesday, January 24, 2006

WOOLY WRIST WARMERS-Fingerless Gloves

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WOOLY WRIST WARMERS




Fits average woman’s size hand. Can be made wider by adding rows.

Hook size: “I”
Yarn: Worsted weight yarn, about 1 ½ ounces. I used Wool of the Andes in Violet from Knit Picks
Stitches used: chain (ch), double crochet (dc), slip stitch (sl st)


Row 1: Chain 23. Double crochet (dc) in fourth chain from hook and in each chain across (21), ch 3 and turn.
Row 2: DC in second double crochet from hook and across (ch 3 counts as first dc), ch 3 and turn
Row 3: Repeat row 2
Row 4: Sc in second double crochet from hook and next 3 dc. Chain 6, skip 6 stitches and dc in remaining stitches across, ch 3 and turn
Rows 5-12-DC in second double crochet from hook and across. At end of last row, do not ch 3.

Joining
Chain 1 and turn. Fold wrist warmer in half lengthwise and slip stitch through both loops of the front and back of warmer.. Fasten off and weave in ends. Turn right side out and they are ready to wear!

These can easily be made longer by making your starting chain longer and wider by adding a row or two to the width.

These work up in about ½ hour-1 hour.



Made with ww wool yarn, Kool-aid dyed



This pattern and all its contents are ©copyrighted December 2005 to Deneen St Amour and may not be copied, reproduced in any way, or used for profit in any way. Pattern is for your personal use only.

1 comment:

grrlsmom said...

Tonight, at 8:05 PM, I sat down to watch the show on Discovery about the first Chinese Emperor. I began crocheting your wrist warmers. By 9 PM, I was wearing the first one, showing it off to my family, and getting a cup of coffee. At 10, I had on both of them, had chatted with DD for a few minutes and done a couple other things.

Fantastic pattern! I used Caron Simply Soft in an off-white, just some left over from a shrug I made DD a couple years ago. So easy - I've never started ANYTHING and had it go so fast! I love them and I'm typing this with nice warm hands now! LOL

Thanks for creating and sharing these! I found the pattern on Crochetville, printed it from CPC, and I plan on making a couple more pair in different colors.

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