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« on: December 06, 2007 09:11:37 AM »

I hadn't posted anything in a while so I'm posting some stuff I've made in the past few weeks. These are the wristwarmers I made to go with my slouchy brimmed hat. All I need now is a scarf for the whole set!!!

They were easy to make too. I think I used a g hook. I chained the length I wanted from the wrist up my arm and then did rows alternating with 1 row front loop only and 1 row back loop only until it was wide enough to fit around my wrist.  (chaining 3 for the first stitch at the beginning of each row. Then I slip stitched the edge seam and turned it. I did a row of sc with 2 sc stitches around each dc stitch (cause they're sideways at this point) and then did one more row of sc around (and decreased some to fit) then I did 2 rows of dc. On the next row I dc'd around and stopped so that there would be a gap for my thumb I chained and turned for a couple of rows and then I joined the ends of the rows together and worked in a circle until it was long enough going up my hand to suit me.


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« Reply #1 on: December 06, 2007 10:55:55 AM »

Those are really nice. I like the texture.

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« Reply #2 on: December 06, 2007 03:40:30 PM »

they look comfy.  I hate it when my coat sleeves move up and there is that little part between my gloves and the sleeve of my coat that gets really cold


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