Crochet Openwork Handwarmers
These handwarmers are crocheted with an openwork stitch pattern and have scalloped edges.
They’re just perfect for middle seasons..
Extremely easy, maybe one of the best patterns for people who wants to start crocheting!
1 ball Tropical Lane “Cin Cin” (75% Merinos, 5% Cotton, 20% Dralon) (50g/125m)
(any worsted weight yarn)
“3dc, ch2” twice * 5rows = 5 * 5,5cm
Handwarmer’s cuff:Ch 35, sl st to form ring, careful not to twist the ch.Round 1: ch3, dc in next 2 ch, ch1, sk 2ch, * 3dc in next 3ch, ch1, sk 2ch*. Repeat from* across ending round with ch1 and sl st in third ch og beg. ch3.Round 2: ch4 (counts as 1dc and ch1), *3dc in next ch1 space, ch1*, repeat from* across to last ch1 space, 2dc in space and sl st in third ch of beg. ch3.Round 3: ch3, 2dc in ch1 space, ch1, *3dc in next ch1 space, ch1*. Repeat from * across, ending with ch1 and sl st in third ch of beg. ch3.Round 4: repeat round 2.Round 5: repeat round 3.FROM HERE ON make 2ch between each 3dc group instead of 1ch (that means that you make 5ch instead of 4ch at the beginning of each round 2).Continue working rows 2 and 3 until the point where you’ll make the thumb hole.(I’ve made a total of 11 rows from cuff’s bottom to thumb hole), ending with a row 3.Thumb hole:Row 1: Sl st in each ofthe next 2 dc and in 1 ch of first ch2 space of previous round.Ch3, 2dc in same ch2 space, *ch2, 3dc in next space*.Repeat from * across until the last ch2 space of previous round, 1dc in space, ch3, turn.Row 2: 2dc in ch1 space, ch2, *3dc in next ch2 space, ch2*. Repeat from * across, ending with ch2 and 1dc in third ch of beg ch3 of previous row.Closing thumb hole: ch5 ,sl st to third ch of beg ch3 of last row, turn.Top Round: Ch3, 2dc in ch5 space, ch2, skip dc, 3dc in next space.,*ch2, 3dc in next space*. Repeat from * across, ending with ch2 and sl st in third ch of beg. ch3.Scalloped edge: Ch1, *5hdc in second dc of next dc group, sc in next space*. Repeat from * across, ending with a sl st in beg ch1.Weave in ends and enjoy them!
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