I think it’s about time for another free pattern, what do ya say? This week we’ve had a cold front come through and it really got me excited for the chilly weeks to come. I know it sounds crazy, not many people enjoy winter. I see it as an opportunity to show off all the beautiful things I have crocheted over the summer!
I really love these wristers! They work up in about 40 minutes each and require very little yarn. They are simple enough for even the newest crocheters yet they look sophisticated and beautiful on…not to mention they are really warm! I made my wristers with Lionbrand Yarn Hometown USA in Santa Fe Tweed. Let’s get started shall we?
Quick and Cozy Crochet WristersCrochet Pattern by B. Hooked Crochet, Copyright 2013.
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- Crochet hook size M (9.0mm)
- Super Bulky Weight Yarn
- Darning needle
- Chain (ch)
- Slip Stitch (slst)
- Single Crochet (sc)
- Double Crochet (dc)
Ch 16. Make sure this will wrap comfortably around your wrist. Adjust the chain numbers if you need the wrister to be a bit larger or smaller. Slst into the first chain to form a ring.
Ch 3. DC into each chain all the way around (16 stitches). Join with a slip stitch.
Row Three (Spiral):
Ch 1. SC into each stitch all the way across. Do not slip stitch to join. Continue SC on top of your first row of single crochets. This is known as “spiral” and makes a continuous tube without having messy joins. Continue to SC around and around until your wrister measures 7″.
Once your wrister is 7″ long, ch 3 to form the thumb hole. Skip 3 stitches and SC into the fourth stitch. Continue SC around your wrister. When you reach the thumb hole, put 3 SC into the chain 3 space. Continue SC around until you have one more row ontop of your thumb hole. Slst into the next two stitches. Fasten off and weave in your ends.