V Wrist Warmers to Also Keep You Cosy
Updated: Jan 24, 2021
This is another pattern that I made a while ago
V wrist warmers are an adaptation of the lacy wrist warmers. It gives a different and slightly more dense look.
Again they are quick to make, and if you ask me look great as well.
You can use other yarn as well to make these. The size will vary depending on the yarn that you use, but it can give some awesome results. Thinner yarn makes the lace pattern stand out more and a thicket yarn gives a great chunky texture. Either way it gives a cool look to any outfit.
What You Will Need:
1 or 2 balls of yarn in a colour of your choice double knit (8ply) weight yarn will give a chunkier look (as shown above)
sport or lace weight yarn will give a finer look (as shown below)
4.5 mm crochet hook
Tapestry needle (to weave in ends)
The Wrist Warmers:
Sizes: small, (medium), (large)
Most women will fit the small size wrist warmers when made with the 8ply yarn.
To begin chain 32
Row 1: hdc in third ch from hook and in each chain from hook and in each chain to end. Ch 1, turn (30 hdc)
Row 2: hdc next 16 hdc, then dc in next 14 dc. ch 1, turn
Row 3: Hdc in all stitches, ch 1, turn
Row 4 – 7 (9) (11): Repeat rows 2 and 3
Row 8 (10) (12): Sc in first 16 hdc, ch 6, skip 6 hdc and hdc in remaining 8 hdc. ch 1, turn
Row 9 (11) (13): Sc in all stitches, working sc in each ch of ch 6. ch 1, turn
Row 10 (12) (14): hdc *skip st, (hdc, ch1, hdc) in next st, skip st, hdc in next st* repeat from * to *, ending with hdc. ch 1, turn
Row 11 (13) (15) – 15 (19) (23): *hdc in hdc, (hdc, ch1, hdc) in ch1 space*, repeat from * to *, ending with hdc. ch 1, turn
Row 16 (20) (24): *hdc in hdc, (hdc, ch1, hdc) in ch1 space*, repeat from * to *, ending with hdc.
To join sl st or sew through bottom of foundation chain and back loop of finishing row. Fasten off and weave in ends.
When making the second glove, fold the glove the opposite direction of how you folded it for the first glove. This is to make each wrist warmer for each hand (left and right) and to ensure the pattern is on the top of each hand.
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I hope you enjoy this pattern and if you make them I would love to see your pictures. You can email me or post them on instagram @ribhuslughdiscovercrochet
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