Catherine Wrist Warmers


"Complement your Catherine cowl with these Catherine wristies! They are warm and cosy and perfect for those cold crochet evenings when your fingers feel like frozen fish fingers. The pattern calls for four different colours of yarn. Total yardage needed is about 150 meters. This pattern is suitable for the advanced beginner and up! The stitches used are in US terms: Slipstitch, Chains, Single crochet, Double crochet, Half double crochet, Picot, and some additional techniques like crocheting stitches together. Dont worry, its all accompanied by a photo-tutorial!"


Crochet HookE/4 or 3.5 mm hook

Yarn Weight(3) Light/DK (21-24 stitches to 4 inches)

Finished SizeDepending on hand

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Oh how I like the look of these Catherine Wrist Warmers! They looks so warm and very dressy. I can't wait to make these and wear them over my arm braces. The pattern is well written and so easy to follow, explaining how to do this Catherine's wheel pattern! Now to pick my colors!! Thank you so much for sharing this free crochet wrist warmers pattern.

This would be the perfect project to learn the Catherine Wheel stitch. Especially when there are a lot of photos to aid along the way.

OMG! I just left the page for the Catherine cowl and found this post! Yummy! Have to add a few more items to my list. I know I want to have the matching set. Starting with the wrist warmers first. Smaller project.

Emma loves it, cool beans.

These are just spectacular. I cant wait to try this pattern. I was thinking of using plum, mauve and violet? Its a putridly hot summer over here at the moment but winter is coming! And these are just the thing! And how chic with the matching scarf, sure to be the envy of the other girls!

These are great for this unually cold and damp winter season. I seek out patterns that offer warm-comfort like these wrist warmers.

I am a new crochet person....but this looks like something I need to try

This pattern looks so complicated but its really pretty easy once you master the Catherine Wheel stitch. I love the color combinations in the sample and have been thinking of other colors to use. One nice choice might be gradations of the same colorgrey or blue might be interesting. I was also very happy to see there is a matching cowl. The two would make a wonderful gift set.

This wrist warmers looks so cute! I will try to make them, definitely. ) Just a thought for anyone who prefers a printed pattern, you can do a print screen. Because I'm a designer, I'd use a design application (not sure if I can mention another brand here) to paste the captured screens then print them. I'm so sorry, I don't know any other way/apps for the non design apps user. Maybe someone can help, add some info on this matter? Cheers! )

I'd love to make these, but without a printed pattern, I can't. Unlike many people, I don't carry a computer around with me for the tutorial.


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