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Soft and Bulky One Skein Wristlets



Make these fun, Soft and Bulky One Skein Wristlets with just one skein of yarn. You can follow the crochet instructions or watch the quick video. These are sure to keep your hands nice and warm during the winter season.

Soft and Bulky One Skein Wristlets
Soft and Bulky One Skein Wristlets


Crochet Hook: P/16 or 16 mm hook

Yarn Weight: (6) Super Bulky/Super Chunky (4-11 stitches for 4 inches)


  • 1 Skein Fun Yarn (shown Bernat "On The Fringe" in Fog),
  • Jumbo Crochet Hook Size "P" and yarn needle

Determine the length of the wristlet - Shown from knuckles to just below wrist.
Row 1: Chain until you reach the desired length - Shown 10 chains
Row 2: Single Crochet in each chain stitch, turn
Repeat Row 2 until the piece easily accomodates your hand
Knot, and cut very long tail
Using the tail, thread with a yarn needle and stitch a seam attaching one side to the other
You can stop here if wished. If so, Knot, bury tails.

If you wish the addition of the finger loop continue:
Weave the tail through the upper body of the wristlet until you reach the area between the first and second fingers and pull through
Using your crochet hook, find the stitch opening under where the tail is and place your hook inside this stitch, grabbing the tail and pulling loop through to
Chain 3
Find the adjacent stitch to the front stitch on the back and attach the chains to it using a Single Crochet
Then go back and Single Crochet in each of the Chain 3
Knot, Bury Tails with Yarn Needle to Finish.


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Oct 19, 2011

I have made many of these and people who type love then they help there hands because of the thick yarn


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