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Stylish wrist warmers to keep your hands nice and toasty!
These wrist warmers are great for brisk fall days! They add a pop of color and texture to any outfit!

Posted by Rachel T. from Knoxville, Tennessee, United States • Published See Rachel T.'s 7 projects »
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  • Step 1

    Quilted Lattice Stitch Pattern:
    - row one: purl
    - row two: k2, *yarn to front, sl5, yarn to back, k1, rep from * to last st, k1.
    - row three: purl
    - row four: k4, *knit next stitch under hanging yarn from second row, k5, rep from * to last 4 st, k4
    - row five: purl
    - row six: k1, yarn to front, sl3, *k1, yarn to front, sl5, yarn to back rep from * to last 5 st, k1, yarn to front, sl3, k1
    - row seven: purl
    - row eight: k1, *knit next stitch under hanging yarn from sixth row, k5, rep from * to last st, k1

  • Step 2

    - Cast on number of stitches necessary to fit securely around your wrist. The number of stitches needs to be a multiple of six. For my wrist-warmers, I cast on 36 stitches using the 1X1 Rib Cast On method. This is optional, but it makes the cast on more flexible.
    - Work 1X1 ribbing for 7 rows.
    - Knit across, working in 3 decrease stitches evenly across the row. I used this website to determine where to put my decreases.
    - Work in quilted lattice stitch pattern until piece is large enough to fit your hand.
    - Knit bind off.

  • Step 3

    - With right sides together, sew up the side of each wrist warmer, leaving a 2 in. hole for your thumb.
    - Optional: Using crochet hook, evenly work 20 sc around each thumb hole. This is not necessary, but it gives it a nice finished look.
    - Weave in ends.

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