The yarn used in this pattern was sponsored by Järbo Garn .
Yarn: I have used Alpacka Solo (100 % alpaca).
I have used 1 skein of the base color for the crocheted part and very small amounts of the colors for the cross stitches.
Hook: 3,0 mm
Other: Scissors and a needle for cross stitches and to fasten ends.
ABBREVIATIONS, US CROCHET TERMS
The description below is written from the size of my hands, which are pretty small. The size of the wrist warmers is very easy to change though. Measure if the starting chain is long enough by holding it along your wrist.
Add or remove chains if needed. You then need to add/remove as many sc’s on each rowas you added/removed chains from your starting chain. Eventually you will need to add some extra rows to make the wrist warmer go around your hand.
Start by making 51 ch. Do not crochet to tight on the starting chain.
Start in 2:nd ch from hook. Make 1 sc in each ch (= 50 sc), turn your work around.
Row 2 – 56:
Ch 1. Make 1 sc in each sc from previous row (= 50 sc), turn your work around.
Test to wrap your work around your hand to see if it is big enough. If not, add some more rows.
Fasten off and weave in ends.
You now have a crochet rectangle. Before we join the sides of the rectangle we will decorate it with cross stitches.
Decoration with cross stitches
When you make rows with single crochet there will be a grid which can be used for cross stitching. It can be a bit tricky in the start before you find where to put the stitches but hang in there and the result will be very pretty.
I’ve used the pattern below for my cross stitches to make a decorative pattern around the wrist warmer.
Start in the corner a couple of rows from the edge. Work the cross stitches in rows, back and fourth one color at a time.
Crochet edges together
Fold the rectangle in half with the wrong side out. Mark a hole for your thumb before crocheting the edges together. My hole is 12 stitches wide.
If you’ve got questions, or find any errors in this pattern, please tell me!
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