Harlequin Leg Warmers

Harlequin Leg Warmers
Harlequin Leg Warmers

This winter, don't give up on a cute outfit just because of the weather! These Harlequin Leg Warmers are a stylish and trendy way to stay warm while outside. Featuring a bold design, this crochet pattern is easy to make and can be customized. Consider using the colors of your alma mater or favorite sports team, or use yarn in two colors that can complement each other. Colorful and unique, these leg warmers will probably see a lot of use this winter! These fun crochet leg warmers would also make a great gift idea for the most fashion-forward person you know.


Crochet HookH/8 or 5 mm hook

Yarn Weight(4) Medium Weight/Worsted Weight and Aran (16-20 stitches to 4 inches)

Materials List

  • Medium weight/worsted weight yarn (blogger used Red Heart Yarns in Super Saver Colors Aran and Black)
  • H/8 or 5 mm hook
  • Yarn needle
  • Scissors

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I have tried making these from just the written pattern, She does not explain the Entrelac at all, I know Entrelac, I rated this as a 2 stars pattern because as a designer you must explain what these stitches are and/or provide a link to where we can find the explanations. That being said This is an intermediate pattern even for Tunisian because it is a garment, I do like the ones I made though.

I could get so many uses out of leg warmers in a design like this. I think they'd look awesome used in a Halloween costume. Equally as nice is to wear them with your black leggings and an over size tunic sweater with some booties. Do them up in red and green and they can be worn with your holiday novelty outfit to the office Christmas party! It seems like a fair amount of work on my part, though, so I would have to really concentrate. It would be worth it -)

This project is rated as Easy, but if youve never worked the Entrelac stitch AND changed colors, it can be a bit challenging. You will need to watch the videowhich is long and formatted like a CALto get the most out of the actual pattern itself. I especially love videos that are cross posted to YouTube because I can call them up on my TV for larger viewing options

I agree. This is another pattern marked "Easy" that is not easy at all. I think it's a little frustrating for people, especially those new to crocheting, to see "easy" on a pattern but then be disappointed to read the pattern and find out that they don't understand it. But maybe it might encourage them to learn how to do it!

Hi 3cats2love, You make a good point for the difficulty of the pattern - we've updated this to intermediate. Thank you! Julia, editor for AllFreeCrochet

These are so cute! The perfect finishing touch to an outfit.


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