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This pattern was previously offered for sale in my Etsy shop but every once in a while I like to take an older pattern and offer it up for free to the good people of the Ville!!

 

Hope ya'll enjoy it!!

 

Julee

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Cabled Wrist Warmer

 

Size: With “F” crochet hook- 7 inches around X 7 ½ inches long

With “G” crochet hook- 7 ½ inches around X 8 inches long

 

Level of Difficulty: Advanced Beginner

 

Materials:

Approx 4 ounces of Caron Simply Soft or comparable yarn

G/6-4.25 (For smaller warmer use size “F” crochet hook)

Tapestry Needle for weaving in yarns

Yarn bobbin (optional- for 80 inches of yarn measured off at beginning of wrist warmer)

 

Gauge:

With “F” crochet hook: 4 ½ HDC= 1 inch, 3 ½ rows = 1 inch

With “G” crochet hook: 4 HDC = 1 inch, 3 rows = 1 inch

 

Stitches Used:HDC, SL ST, SC.

 

Special Stitches Used:

Front Post Double Crochet (FPDC): Yarn over, insert hook behind post of stitch ( insert hook from front to back of

stitch), Yarn over, pull through, Yarn over, (pull through 2 loops) 2X’s. That will complete the FPDC.

 

Back Post Double Crochet (BPDC): Yarn over, insert hook behind post of stitch ( insert hook from back to front of

stitch), Yarn over, pull through, Yarn over, (pull through 2 loops) 2X’s. That will complete the BPDC.

 

Front Post Treble Crochet (FPTC): Yarn over 2X’s, insert hook behind post of stitch, ( insert hook from front to back of

stitch), Yarn over, pull through, Yarn over, (pull through 2 loops) 3X’s. That will complete the FPTC.

 

 

Note: For beginning of each wrist warmer measure off 80 inches of yarn and bundle up but do not cut.

The 80 inches of yarn you just measured off will be used to sc around edge of wrist warmer after sewing

 

Left Hand

Chain 31 Loosely (with tail still connected to ball of yarn, not the 80 inches you have wound off)

Row 1: HDC in 2nd chain from hook and in each chain across. Ch1, turn. (30 HDC)

 

Row2: HDC in next 10 HDC, FPDC around next 2 HDC, HDC in next HDC, FPDC around next 4 HDC, HDC in next

HDC, FPDC around next 2 HDC, HDC in next 10 HDC. Ch1, turn. (22 HDC, 8 FPDC)

 

Row 3: HDC in next 10 HDC, BPDC around next 2 HDC, HDC in next st, BPDC around next 4 HDC, HDC in next

HDC, BPDC around next 2 DC, HDC in next 10 HDC. Ch1, turn. (22 HDC, 8 BPDC)

 

Row 4: HDC in next 10 HDC, FPDC around next 2 DC, HDC in next st, skip next 2 DC, FPTC around next 2 DC,

FPTC around first skipped DC, and next skipped DC, HDC in next HDC, FPDC in next 2 DC, HDC in next 10 HDC.

Ch1, turn. (22 HDC, 4 FPDC, 4 FPTC)

 

Row 5: HDC in next 10 HDC, BPDC around next 2 DC, HDC in next HDC, BPDC around next 4 TC, HDC in next

HDC, BPDC in next 2 DC, HDC in next 10 HDC. Ch1, turn. (22 HDC, 8 BPDC)

 

Row 6: HDC in next 10 HDC, FPDC around next 2 DC, HDC in next HDC, FPDC around next 4 DC, HDC in next

HDC, FPDC around next 2 DC, HDC in next 10 HDC. Ch1, turn. (22 HDC, 8 FPDC)

 

Row 7: HDC in next 10 HDC, BPDC around next 2 DC, HDC in next HDC, BPDC around next 4 DC, HDC in next

HDC, BPDC around next 2 DC, HDC in next 10 HDC. (22 HDC, 8 BPDC)

 

Row 8-11: Repeat rows 4-7 ONE time

 

Row 12: Repeat row 4.

 

Row 13: HDC in next 10 HDC, BPDC around next 2 DC, HDC in next HDC, BPDC around next 4 TC, HDC in next

HDC, BPDC around next 2 DC, HDC in next 4 HDC, 2 HDC in each of next 2 HDC, HDC in next 4 HDC. Ch1, turn.

The increases in row’s 13-16 are for thumbhole.(24 HDC, 8 BPDC)

 

Row 14: HDC in next 4 HDC, 2 HDC in next HDC, HDC in next 2 HDC, 2 HDC in next HDC, HDC in next 4 HDC,

FPDC around next 2 DC, HDC in next HDC, FPDC around next 4 DC, HDC in next HDC, FPDC around next 2 HDC,

HDC in next 10 HDC. Ch1, turn. (26 HDC, 8 FPDC)

 

Row 15: HDC in next 10 HDC, BPDC around next 2 DC, HDC in next HDC, BPDC around next 4 DC, HDC in next

HDC, BPDC around next 2 DC, HDC in next 4 HDC, 2 HDC in next HDC, HDC in next 4 HDC, 2 HDC in next HDC,

HDC in next 4 HDC. Ch1, turn. (28 HDC, 8 BPDC)

 

Row 16: HDC in next 4 HDC, 2 HDC in next HDC, HDC in next 6 HDC, 2 HDC in next HDC, HDC in next 4 HDC,

FPDC in next 2 DC, HDC in next HDC, skip next 2 DC, FPTC around next 2 DC, FPTC around 1st skipped st, and next

skipped st, HDC in next HDC, FPDC around next 2 DC, HDC in next 10 HDC. Ch1, turn. (30 HDC, 4 FPDC, 4 FPTC)

 

Row 17: HDC in next 10 HDC, BPDC around next 2 DC, HDC in next HDC, BPDC around next 4 TC, HDC in next

HDC, BPDC in next 2 DC, HDC in next 5 HDC, skip next 8 HDC, HDC in next 5 HDC. Ch1, turn. Thumb hole just

made. (22 HDC, 8 BPDC)

 

Row 18-19: Repeat row 6 and 7.

 

Row 20-23: Repeat rows 4-7.

 

Edging: Sl St in each HDC and DC across. Ch1, Turn, Sl St in HDC and DC across again. You will still be able to see

the tops of the HDC’s and DC’s, You will Sl St in those again. Fasten Off leaving about 12 inches of yarn to sew wrist

warmer together with. Matching ends of rows up carefully, Sew both ends of work up.

 

Edging on Opposite End of Wrist Warmer: After the wrist warmer has been sewed up, Take the 80 inches of yarn that is

still connected to first row of Wrist Warmer, and bring up a loop, Ch1 and sc in other side of Chain

 

 

Right Hand

Rows 1-12: Repeat same as left hand.

 

Row 13: HDC in next 4 HDC, 2 HDC in each of next 2 HDC, HDC in next 4 HDC, BPDC around next 2 DC,

HDC in next HDC, BPDC around next 4 TC, HDC in next HDC, BPDC around next 2 DC, HDC in next 10 HDC.

Ch1, turn. The increases in row’s 13-16 are for thumbhole. (24 HDC, 8 BPDC)

 

Row 14:HDC in next 10 HDC, FPDC around next 2 DC, HDC in next HDC, FPDC around next 4 DC, HDC in next

HDC, FPDC around next 2 DC, HDC in next 4 HDC, 2 HDC in next HDC, HDC in next 2 HDC, 2 HDC in next HDC,

HDC in next 4 HDC. Ch1, turn. (26 HDC, 8 FPDC)

 

Row 15:HDC in next 4 HDC, 2 HDC in next HDC, HDC in next 4 HDC, 2 HDC in next HDC, HDC in next 4 HDC,

BPDC around next 2 DC, HDC in next HDC, BPDC around next 4 DC, HDC in next HDC, BPDC around next 2 DC,

HDC in next 10 HDC. Ch1, turn. (28 HDC, 8 BPDC)

 

Row 16:HDC in next 10 HDC, FPDC in next 2 DC, HDC in next HDC, skip next 2 DC, FPTC around next 2 DC,

FPTC around 1st skipped st, and next skipped st, HDC in next HDC, FPDC around next 2 DC,HDC in next 4 HDC,

2 HDC in next HDC, HDC in next 6 HDC, 2 HDC in next HDC, HDC in next 4 HDC. Ch1, turn.

(30 HDC, 4 FPDC, 4 FPTC)

 

Row 17:HDC in next 5 HDC, skip next 8 HDC, HDC in next 5 HDC, BPDC around next 2 DC, HDC in next HDC,

BPDC around next 4 TC, HDC in next HDC, BPDC in next 2 DC,HDC in next 10 HDC. Ch1, turn.

Thumb hole just made. (22 HDC, 8 BPDC)

 

Row 18-19: Repeat row 6 and 7.

 

Row 20-23: Repeat rows 4-7. Edging: Same as for left warmer

 

 

Copy Right Julee A. Reeves 2008

This pattern is to be used for personal use only. You may not sell the pattern. If you are interested in selling the finished product please pm me asking for permission to sell the finished item. Thanks!! :-D Julee

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Very nice!

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You're welcome ladies!!!! Enjoy!! :-)

 

Julee

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Hi Julee,

Beautiful pattern. I wud love to do it some day. Thanks for sharing.

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Thanks so much!! This is something I'd like to make for MYSELF!!! I love them!

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Just what I needed to get started on my "Christmas Gifts".........thanks so much for sharing this pattern, it is really nice! Doris

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I absolutely love LOVE this pattern! thank you for posting it!

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thanks for the pattern I love this I am

just about finished with the granny afghan

and it is so easy. you are a very kind person.

thanks you

Barbara :crocheting

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Wow!!!! You're so quick. Can't wait to see a pic of your afghan. :-) I'm thinking about making a few pairs of these wristwarmers for christmas gifts this year.

 

Have a grrrrrrrreat day!!!! Thanks so much!!!

 

Julee

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Julee, you must have been reading my mind. :hook I pulled out my pattern for these this morning to start a pair for a gift. :lol Working on them, the granny RR which is almost big enough (will take picture when complete) and one last hat for the military babies for this month. Keeps me from getting bored!

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Great minds do think alot. Lol can't wait to see pics of both.

 

Julee

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Very pretty and you're very nice to offer it for free.

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Julee,

 

Thank you for the pattern. I'm thinking of making 2 sets, 1 for each of my granddaughters. They are both small builds and one is 18 and the other 14. Do you suppose these would be small enough for them?

 

Mary (Ramblinlady)

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how nice, just in time for the cold weather, thanks for sharing:clap

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Julee,

 

Thank you for the pattern. I'm thinking of making 2 sets, 1 for each of my granddaughters. They are both small builds and one is 18 and the other 14. Do you suppose these would be small enough for them?

 

Mary (Ramblinlady)

 

If you use a size "F" crochet hook it should make them small enough for your granddaughters hands. :-D Hope you share pics when you are done with them. I'd love to see 'em.

 

Thanks

 

Julee

 

how nice, just in time for the cold weather, thanks for sharing:clap

 

You're welcome!!! Hope they help keep you nice and warm!!

 

Julee

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Hi, I liked this pattern so much that I joined Crochetville. ;o) Thanks for sharing

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these are fabulous. great pattern and keeps my lyme stiff wrists nice and toasty.

 

thanks for sharing.

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Love this pattern Julee! Looks like I have some more Christmas gifts to make now...

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Thanks! Maybe it's the Celtic blood in me, but I'm a sucker for patterns with cables.

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