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Jolene Sugarbaker Wristies


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Following this free crochet pattern, you can make these great wristies that Jolene Sugarbaker wears in her videos. It helps from keeping your sleeves out of the food while baking. Do you know Jolene Sugarbaker? You can find her on YouTube. She teaches millions of viewers how to Cook and Bake on a budget. Jolene Refers to herself as the Trailer Park Queen!

Jolene wears a special green fuzzy wristie that protects her sweater sleeves from getting into the food while she is teaching. She is just back from Hollywood where she has won 2 years in a row at the Tasty Awards.


  • Size J Hook
  • Fuzzy Eye Lash Yarn
  • Stretchable Jewelry Cord
  • Scissors


  1. Create a chain that nearly goes around your wrist. You want it to be stretched slightly so don’t go all the way around your wrist. Mikey’s original prototype was 25 Chains. Your wrist may be bigger or smaller.
  2. Now Single Crochet starting at the 2nd Chain from the Hook all the way to the end. Turn.
  3. Chain 1, Single Crochet All The Way To The End. Turn.
  4. Chain 1, Single Crochet All The Way To The End. Turn.
  5. Chain 1, Single Crochet All The Way To The End. Fasten off leaving a 6” End (we will use that to sew the two ends together at the end.
  6. Using Stretchable Jewelry Cord, weave in and out of the entire edge. Leave up to 6” dangling on both sides.
  7. Using Stretch Jewelry Cord, weave in and out of the other side edge. Leave up to 6” Dangling on both sides.
  8. Using 6” Tail from the fastening off... Decide which side you want as the outside. Put together edges and sew shut to create a ring.
  9. Using The Jewelry Cord, pull the cord tight to the cord forces the ring of the bracelet to collapse slightly. Tied Cord Together. This allows from some stretch to get over your hand and onto your wrist.
  10. Using the other side of the Jewelry Cord, pull the cords together and tie shut.

Watch this video by Michael Sellick of the Crochet Crowd. 


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Brilliant! Thank you!

I just love Jolene and I have some black I have been saving for an unknown reason. This is it!


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