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Larksfoot Fingerless Warmers

Larksfoot Fingerless Warmers
Larksfoot Fingerless Warmers

"I used the larksfoot pattern to make these adorable fingerless warmers / cuffs and they are (almost) one size fits all because they are worked lengthwise and being long, one can adjust the closure according to own's measurements."

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Crochet Hook5 or 1.9 mm hook (steel)

Yarn Weight(2) Fine (23-26 stitches to 4 inches)

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These are adorable, and those butterfly buttons really make these warmers stand out. Since there arent any thumbholes, you could actually work these up as matching boot cuffs as well. Wouldnt those be cute for a toddler? The Larksfoot is an easy stitch to work up, and really shows itself when using variegated or contrasting yarn. Cake yarns would work well for a larger project, but Im not sure about this project.

This is the first time I have seen the Larksfoot crochet technique. It is beautiful and I am sure using that Nako yarn is what really makes it so spectacular. I also love the buttons used. I hope I can find some cute buttons to finish off my finger-less warmers.

Very cute. I like the butterfly buttons. I saw some just like these on eBay over the weekend while I was surfing the net for ideas. I almost bought them, but I didnt, now I wish that I had. LOL I am curious as to how these stay in place if you use your hands a lot as compared to the warmers that extend up the arm?

Thank you Hippie Chick! I bought these off e-bay and they are gorgeous! As for the warmers - they stay on if you make them snug(ly). Also these can be made as long as warmers too or just cuffs. I don't think they would've been so effective if made with plain yarn.

I am highly interested in working with this yarn. I've been seeing other designers use it. It look stunning. The colors are saturated and it creates such a beautiful effect. Now, the stitch I have never heard of before. I'd love to try this one for myself. Thank you for offering this to all our fellow crocheters.

Thank you princess6860504! If you visit my blog just type larksfoot (or icicle stitch) in the search bar and it will yield everything I have already made using this stitch and many times the same yarn. It is so effective - especially the yarn - I became addictive using these two together (yarn stitch). I would say you go for it and try the yarn for yourself - it is divine!

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