“Half Double Crochet” Winter Set – Free Wristwarmers PatternHow To's . Patterns - Gloves, Mittens, Wristwarmers, Fingerless Gloves . Video Tutorials
Here is the fourth piece to my new 4-piece winter set, featuring Premier “Puzzle” yarn (#5 weight) and the half double crochet stitch! These are the wristwarmers. Now in this frigid Wisconsin weather, I recommend that you wear these to keep your wrists warm, both outside with mittens and inside with your snuggly sweaters! These whip up so fast. You will have them finished in an hour or two. Again, all four pieces together are made with one skein of the “Puzzle” yarn and the half double crochet stitch!
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If you would like to learn or review the Half Double Crochet Stitch, just check out my Video Tutorial here!!
Enjoy the pattern! And, you will have very lovely and warm set in no time at all!
Here’s the pattern!!!
The “Half Double Crochet” Winter Set – Wristwarmers
(Beanie, Twisted Cowl, Wrist Warmers)
One Size – Adult
Adult – Woman
Materials Needed: (For the Entire Set!!)
- 1 (7 oz.) (328 yards) skein Bulky (#5) Premier “Puzzle” Yarn; Color: Dominoes (100% Acrylic)
- Crochet Hook, Size J/6.00 mm
- Yarn Needle (Used for working in loose yarn ends.)
Chain – ch
Half Double Crochet – hdc
Gauge: 4 inches = 10 half double crochet stitches and 4 inches = 6 3/4 rows
(I crochet pretty loosely. If you crochet tighter, you may want to adjust to a larger hook to get your desired size.)
Finished Size of Each Wristwarmer: (Unstretched) :
8 1/2 inches wide x 6 inches long
To make the entire set, you only need one skein of this lovely yarn!!
This wristwarmers are perfect for anyone attempting to make their first project!
Row 1: Ch 22.
Row 2: Work 1 hdc in the first ch. Then work 1 hdc in each ch across. Ch 1. Turn. (21 hdc)
Repeat Row 2 until the fabric is 6 inches long. (21 hdc)
With right sides together, match the short ends of the fabric and using a the single crochet stitch, seam the two together. Be sure to catch the entire stitch on both layers of fabrics when creating the single crochet. You should end up with approximately 17 sc across the seam. Ch 1.
Fasten off. Work in ends.
(Repeat this for the second wrist warmer.)
Turn wristwarmer so the the seam is on the inside.
Your wrist warmer is ready to wear!!
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