Not everyone loves a full glove or mitten (unless it is REALLY cold). These wrist warmers are the perfect compromise. They can be made with any yarn so you can make them as warm and thick as you want to. Great for leaving fingers free to be able to rummage in a purse to pay for things, hold a take-away cup securely, or use a mobile phone whilst on the go. They make the perfect set with one our Coffee Beanie Cozies!
Our Susan Wrist-Warmers crochet pattern can be made with literally any yarn and an appropriately sized hook. It will use between 80 and 95 yards of yarn so is a great stash buster project!
You can find out more about this project on our blog here
Our patterns all share the same layout which is easy to read and easy to find important information you need, such as materials needed, sizing information, gauge information, and special stitches used as well as how to do them. We have a YouTube video on this project here
We provide instructions on how make these the perfect fit for anyone! My finished Susan Wrist-warmers were 4” wide and 7” long when using Caron simply soft and adding a cuff. You could use chunky yarn or DK – it really doesn’t matter as long as you use the correct sized hook for the yarn
We used two types of yarns on different pairs: sirdar Harrop Tweed, and Caron simply soft. I also used Hayfield Spirit DK for a pair.
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