[Free] Pattern: Pirate Wristwarmers

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Materials

– Less than 1 skein of Cascade 220 (or any worsted weight yarn) for main body (color A)

– About 20 yards of Cascade 220 (or any worsted weight yarn) for ‘skull and bones’ (color B)

– Size US 8 (5mm) straight needles

– Tapestry needle

Optional:

– Row counter

– Size J (6mm) crochet hook (if you want to crochet the seams)

– Size 8 DPNs or Magic loop (if you want to knit this in the round)

Abbreviations

CO – Cast on

BO – Bind off

K – Knit

P – Purl

M1 – Make one increase

P2tog – Purl 2 together

Notes:

Measuring: Gauge – 9 stitches / 2 inches. Finished dimension – 6 inches long; at row 28, wristwarmer should be around 5″ long – feel free to adjust number of even (K32) and odd rows (K32) to your personal preference.

If you are planning on sewing the sides together instead of crochet, it’s recommended to slip the first stitch of every row.

You can knit these in the round – just replace all Purl stitches with Knit stitches in the pattern.

 

Pattern

CO 32 Stitches with Color A (main body)

RIGHT HAND:

Rows 1-8 : (K2, P2) til end of row

Row 9 : K32

Row 10 : P32

Row 11 : K32

Row 12 : P32

Row 13 : K2, Pattern Row #1, K19

Row 14 : P19, Pattern Row #2, P2

Row 15 : K2, Pattern Row #3, K19

Row 16 : P19, Pattern Row #4, P2

Row 17 : K2, Pattern Row #5, K19

Row 18 : P19, Pattern Row #6, P2

Row 19 : K2, Pattern Row #7, (K1, M1)x2, BO6, (K1, M1)x2, K8

Row 20 : P9, (P2tog)x2, CO6, (P2tog)x2, Pattern Row #8, P2

Row 21 : K2, Pattern Row #9, K19

Row 22 : P19, Pattern Row #10, P2

Row 23 : K2, Pattern Row #11, K19

Row 24 : P19, Pattern Row #12, P2

Row 25 : K2, Pattern Row #13, K19

Row 26 : P19, Pattern Row #14, P2

Row 27 : K2, Pattern Row #15, K19

Row 28 : P32

Rows 29-31 : (K2, P2) til end of row

Row 32 : BO 32 (K2, P2 castoff)

LEFT HAND:

Rows 1-8 : (K2, P2) til end of row

Row 9 : K32

Row 10 : P32

Row 11 : K32

Row 12 : P32

Row 13 : K19, Pattern Row #1, K2

Row 14 : P2, Pattern Row #2, P19

Row 15 : K19, Pattern Row #3, K2

Row 16 : P2, Pattern Row #4, P19

Row 17 : K19, Pattern Row #5, K2

Row 18 : P2, Pattern Row #6, P19

Row 19 : K8, (K1, M1)x2, K1, BO6, (K1, M1)x2, Pattern Row #7, K2

Row 20 : P2, Pattern Row #8, (P2tog)x2, CO6, (P2tog)x2, P8

Row 21 : K19, Pattern Row #9, K2

Row 22 : P2, Pattern Row #10, P19

Row 23 : K19, Pattern Row #11, K2

Row 24 : P2, Pattern Row #12, P19

Row 25 : K19, Pattern Row #13, K2

Row 26 : P2, Pattern Row #14, P19

Row 27 : K19, Pattern Row #15, K2

Row 28 : P32

Rows 29-31 : (K2, P2) til end of row

Row 32 : BO 32 (K2, P2 castoff)

 

Finishing

Crochet sides together with slip stitch. If you aren’t familiar with crochet, you can sew the sides together. After joining, sew in ends. Pattern Grid

[Free] Pattern: Heart Wristwarmers

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Materials

– Less than 1 skein of Cascade 220 (or any worsted weight yarn) for main body (color A)

– Less than half a skein of Cascade 220 (or any worsted weight yarn) for ‘hearts’ (color B)

– Size US 8 (5mm) straight needles

– Tapestry needle

Optional:

– Row counter

– Size J (6mm) crochet hook (if you want to crochet the seams)

– Size 8 DPNs or Magic loop (if you want to knit this in the round)

Abbreviations

CO – Cast on

BO – Bind off

K – Knit

P – Purl

M1 – Make one increase

P2tog – Purl 2 together

Notes:

Measuring: Gauge – 9 stitches / 2 inches. Finished dimension – 6 inches long; at row 28, wristwarmer should be around 5″ long – feel free to adjust number of even (K32) and odd rows (K32) to your personal preference.

If you are planning on sewing the sides together instead of crochet, it’s recommended to slip the first stitch of every row.

You can knit these in the round – just replace all Purl stitches with Knit stitches in the pattern.

Pattern

CO 32 Stitches with Color A (main body)

Rows 1-8 : (K2, P2) til end of row

Row 9 : K32

Row 10 : P32

Row 11 : K32

Row 12 : P32 with color scheme

Row 13 : K32

Row 14 : P32

Row 15 : K32 with color scheme

Row 16 : P32

Row 17 : K32

Row 18 : P32 with color scheme

Row 19 : K11, (K1, M1)x2, BO 6, (K1, M1)x2, K11

Row 20 : P11, (P2tog)x2, CO6, (P2tog)x2, P11

Row 21 : K32 with color scheme

Row 22 : P32

Row 23 : K32

Row 24 : P32 with color scheme

Row 25 : K32

Row 26 : P32

Row 27 : K32 with color scheme

Row 28 : P32

Rows 29-31 : (K2, P2) til end of row

Row 32 : BO 32 (K2, P2 castoff)

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Finishing Crochet sides together with slip stitch. If you aren’t familiar with crochet, you can sew the sides together. After joining, sew in ends.

[Free] Pattern: Cuffed Wristwarmers

This pattern was up for sale on my Ravelry page for a little while.  Since I won’t be focusing on creating new patterns, I figured, why not just put it up for free?  So here it is :)  Enjoy!

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Cuffed Wristwarmers

Materials

– Less than 1 skein of Cascade 220 (or any worsted weight yarn)

– Size US 8 (5mm) straight needles

Optional:

– Row counter

– Size J (6mm) crochet hook (if you want to crochet the seams)

– Size 8 DPNs or Magic loop (if you want to knit this in the round)

Abbreviations

CO – Cast on

BO – Bind off

K – Knit

P – Purl

M1 – Make one increase

P2tog – Purl 2 together

Notes:

Measuring:

Gauge – 9 stitches / 2 inches. Finished dimension – 6 inches long; at row 28, wristwarmer should be around 5″ long – feel free to adjust number of even (K32) and odd rows (K32) to your personal preference.

If you are planning on sewing the sides together instead of crochet, it’s recommended to slip the first stitch of every row.

You can knit these in the round – just replace all Purl stitches with Knit stitches in the pattern.

Pattern

CO 32 Stitches

Rows 1-8 : (K2, P2) til end of row

Rows 9-18 : K32 on odd rows, P32 on even rows

Row 19 : K11, (K1, M1)x2, BO 6, (K1, M1)x2, K11

Row 20 : P11, (P2tog)x2, CO6, (P2tog)x2, P11

Rows 21-28 : K32 on odd rows, P32 on even rows

Rows 29-31 : (K2, P2) til end of row

Row 32 : BO 32 (K2, P2 castoff) Finishing Using size J hook, crochet sides together with a one and a half crochet stitch. If you aren’t familiar with crochet, you can sew the sides together. Sew in ends.