New Crochet Hand/Wrist Warmers Pattern

I admired a pair of crochet Hand Warmers that were made by my dear friend and crochet pattern checker, Wendy. She was sweet enough to make a pair for me! Aren’t these adorable! See the cute little button on the top right? I love, love, love these hand warmers and I thought you would, also. So I asked Wendy to write the pattern down for you and she was gracious enough to do so. Thank you, Wendy! ♥
Wendy is one talented lady who checks and double checks all of the crochet patterns that I release at Too Cute Crochet. If it were not for her, I would not know if my crochet patterns worked out so well for everyone. And that knowledge is one of the most valuable contributions to my pattern business.
It is fun to think that Wendy is now creating her own crochet patterns! Didn’t she do a great job on this pattern? If you have any questions, let me know and I will send them to her. Enjoy! I will also be permanently posting this pattern at my free pattern site, Cute Crochet Chat Patterns. 

Crochet Wrist Warmers
Materials:  Caron Simply Soft worsted weight yarn (color of choice), H (5 mm) hook, sewing and tapestry needle, sewing thread for optional buttons, buttons (optional)
Gauge: H (5 mm) hook,  (sc, dc,  sc, dc) = 1 inch; 6 rows = 2 inches;
Instructions are written for Ladies Small. Medium and Large are in ( ). Wrist warmers pictured are Size Small
Row 1:  For Size SMALL, ch 25;
For Size MEDIUM, ch 29;
For Size LARGE, ch 33;
sc in 2nd ch from and hook and each ch across, ch 1, turn. (S – 24 sc, M- 28 sc, L – 32 sc).
Row 2:  Sc in first sc, dc in next sc, (sc in next sc, dc in next sc) across, ch 1, turn
Row 3:  Sc in first dc, dc in next sc, (sc in next dc, dc in next sc) across (your last stitch should always be a dc) ch 1, turn
Row 4:  Repeat Row 3 until piece measures S – 3 ½  (M – 5 ½, L – 7 ½ ) inches long.
When piece reaches desired length, do NOT fasten off.
Rnd 1: Working in ends of rows, sc, dc, sc in first end of stitch, *sk next 2 ends of stitches,      (sc, dc, sc) in next end of stitch, repeat from * across; working around wrist warmer, sc in each sc (S – 24, M – 28, 
L –  32), sc in ends of rows, sc in ea sc across (24, 28, 32). Fasten off.
 Matching stitches, fold piece in half lengthwise; with tapestry needle and matching yarn, sew first S-7 (M-9, L-11) stitches together, fasten off.
Skipping next S – 4 (M – 5, L – 6) stitches for thumb opening, sew next S-13 (M-14, L-15) stitches together. Fasten off.
Sew on buttons (optional). 
Copyright 2012 Wendy Cozby  All rights reserved.

New Crochet Hand/Wrist Warmers Pattern

I admired a pair of crochet Hand Warmers that were made by my dear friend and crochet pattern checker, Wendy. She was sweet enough to make a pair for me! Aren’t these adorable! See the cute little button on the top right? I love, love, love these hand warmers and I thought you would, also. So I asked Wendy to write the pattern down for you and she was gracious enough to do so. Thank you, Wendy! ♥
Wendy is one talented lady who checks and double checks all of the crochet patterns that I release at Too Cute Crochet. If it were not for her, I would not know if my crochet patterns worked out so well for everyone. And that knowledge is one of the most valuable contributions to my pattern business.
It is fun to think that Wendy is now creating her own crochet patterns! Didn’t she do a great job on this pattern? If you have any questions, let me know and I will send them to her. Enjoy! I will also be permanently posting this pattern at my free pattern site, Cute Crochet Chat Patterns. 

Crochet Wrist Warmers
Materials:  Caron Simply Soft worsted weight yarn (color of choice), H (5 mm) hook, sewing and tapestry needle, sewing thread for optional buttons, buttons (optional)
Gauge: H (5 mm) hook,  (sc, dc,  sc, dc) = 1 inch; 6 rows = 2 inches;
Instructions are written for Ladies Small. Medium and Large are in ( ). Wrist warmers pictured are Size Small
Row 1:  Ch 25 (29, 33); sc in 2nd ch from and hook and each ch across, ch 1, turn. (24, 28, 32).
Row 2:  Sc in first sc, dc in next sc, (sc in next sc, dc in next sc) across, ch 1, turn
Row 3:  Sc in first dc, dc in next sc, (sc in next dc, dc in next sc) across (your last stitch should always be a dc) ch 1, turn
Row 4:  Repeat Row 3 until piece measures 3 ½  (5 ½, 7 ½ ) inches long.
When piece reaches desired length, do NOT fasten off.
Rnd 1: Working in ends of rows, sc, dc, sc in first end of stitch, *sk next 2 ends of stitches,      (sc, dc, sc) in next end of stitch, repeat from * across; working around wrist warmer, sc in each sc (24, 28, 32), sc in ends of rows, sc in ea sc across (24, 28, 32). Fasten off.
 Matching stitches, fold piece in half lengthwise; with tapestry needle and matching yarn, sew first 7 (9, 11) stitches together, fasten off.
Skipping next 4 (5, 6) stitches for thumb opening, sew next 13 (14, 15) stitches together.
Fasten off.
Sew on buttons (optional). 
Copyright 2012 Wendy Cozby  All rights reserved.

New Patterns in My Etsy Shop

I have been working on a couple of new Spring designs and I finally got them uploaded to my Etsy shop! Both designs come in multiple sizes, Newborn, 3-6 months, 6-12 months, 1-2 years, and 4-10 years. These are great for beginner crocheters! If you can crochet in-the-round, you can make these hats!

Great for BEGINNERS! This Newboy Cap works up quickly with worsted weight yarn and a large hook. Fun to crochet and easy to embellish, it comes in a great size range to fit Baby to Preteen!
Photo tutorial included for working on opposite side of starting chain.
Perfect for the Springtime chill, this adorable petal hat gets it’s name from the flower petals that make up the trim. Crochet as many or as few flowers as desired to adorn this hat! Putting buttons in the center of the flowers are optional. This hat would love GREAT in cotton yarn as well. Great for beginners, if you can crochet in-the-round, you can make this hat!

New Patterns in My Etsy Shop

I have been working on a couple of new Spring designs and I finally got them uploaded to my Etsy shop! Both designs come in multiple sizes, Newborn, 3-6 months, 6-12 months, 1-2 years, and 4-10 years. These are great for beginner crocheters! If you can crochet in-the-round, you can make these hats!

Great for BEGINNERS! This Newboy Cap works up quickly with worsted weight yarn and a large hook. Fun to crochet and easy to embellish, it comes in a great size range to fit Baby to Preteen!
Photo tutorial included for working on opposite side of starting chain.
Perfect for the Springtime chill, this adorable petal hat gets it’s name from the flower petals that make up the trim. Crochet as many or as few flowers as desired to adorn this hat! Putting buttons in the center of the flowers are optional. This hat would love GREAT in cotton yarn as well. Great for beginners, if you can crochet in-the-round, you can make this hat!