One-Hour Wrist Warmers


Get started on this year's stocking stuffers with One-Hour Wrist Warmers. These chunky fingerless gloves are perfect for cold weather fashion. Make them in festive holiday colors, or in neutral yarn for use from fall to spring. Your friends and family will love this cute accessory that keeps their hands warm while allowing them to use their hands easily. The best thing about this pattern is that it's super fast! In one hour, you'll have a pair to share.


Crochet HookG/6 or 4 mm hook

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

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I have two daughters who get icy hands very often during the winter! This just might be the ticket! I'm always grateful when someone comes up with an easy pattern too. Both of my daughters are also very slight of frame...sounds like these may be just what we need to warm those hands of theirs. Now to figure out which color for whom!

If, like me, you are looking for a quick, very easy hand warmer to make then this really is IT! A pair took me about an hour to make, they are warm and cozy and because it was such an easy process it is not going to be a huge disaster when one gets lost at school or forgotten at a friends house. I made them a bit longer, on the arm end, but otherwise I followed the pattern exactly.

Although I enjoy this pattern for smaller hands, like with small children. The pattern should tell you to turn after each row, although some of us veteran would know to do that, true beginners are looking for very specific and detailed instructions. Has anyone tried to make this a little longer?

This is the pattern that started me on crocheting fingerless gloves. I always thought, for some reason, they would be hard to make. They were so easy I thought I had done something wrong! If you want to try making fingerless gloves, I suggest you start with this. Then you can dress it up like I did in the picture. I added a coup,e inches so they were longer and I added embellishments. Have fun!

I have used this pattern several times. Here is pick of the first pair I made.

I did it! Thank you.

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I'm a great gma who has crocheted for yrs. I was looking for different patterns when I came across this site. I am in the process of making fingerless gloves right now. This is the most complete (has everything you need) site from tutorials, stitches and comments. One thing in particular I enjoyed was the lessons on getting the yarn from inside the skein!! Was someone watching me when I try it?? Who says you can't teach an old dog new tricks?


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