Ivy Wrists

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Ivy Wrists Pattern

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Pattern Details:

Pattern Details

Category:

Crocheting

Type:

Accessory

Fit:

Women, Girls

Item:

Gloves

Skill Level:

small skill level requirement Beginner

Basic Skills Necessary:

  • Make a double crochet stitch

Pattern Description:

These soft and lacy wristlets are both beautiful and warm. The stitch pattern is stretchy, accommodating a variety of wrist sizes. Breathable and beautiful, you will enjoy making and wearing (or giving away) this pattern.

Materials:

  • US I/6 (5.5 mm) crochet hook
  • 1 skein Caron Simply Soft

You Will Also Need:

  • Yarn Needle

Pattern Reviews

Pattern Reviews

Average Review (of 7 reviews)
Stitcher75 on craftsy.com

Average No gauge, too small  January 13, 2013


I didn't have any Simply Soft on hand, but I used a similar weight yarn. These worked up really quickly even though I had to rip them half-way out to make them big enough for my not very big hands. I added thumb gussets because I mainly wear these mitts to keep my achy knuckles warm while I work. I think next time I'll work them in the round. First time through, I like to stick with the instructions. I'll also use a J or K hook for the beginning chain and maybe add a 13th row.

Stitcher75 on craftsy.com

Average No gauge, too small  January 13, 2013


I didn't have any Simply Soft on hand, but I used a similar weight yarn. These worked up really quickly even though I had to rip them half-way out to make them big enough for my not very big hands. I added thumb gussets because I mainly wear these mitts to keep my achy knuckles warm while I work. I think next time I'll work them in the round. First time through, I like to stick with the instructions. I'll also use a J or K hook for the beginning chain and maybe add a 13th row.

Stitcher75 on craftsy.com

Average No gauge, too small  January 13, 2013


I didn't have any Simply Soft on hand, but I used a similar weight yarn. These worked up really quickly even though I had to rip them half-way out to make them big enough for my not very big hands. I added thumb gussets because I mainly wear these mitts to keep my achy knuckles warm while I work. I think next time I'll work them in the round. First time through, I like to stick with the instructions. I'll also use a J or K hook for the beginning chain and maybe add a 13th row.

Stitcher75 on craftsy.com

Average No gauge, too small  January 13, 2013


I didn't have any Simply Soft on hand, but I used a similar weight yarn. These worked up really quickly even though I had to rip them half-way out to make them big enough for my not very big hands. I added thumb gussets because I mainly wear these mitts to keep my achy knuckles warm while I work. I think next time I'll work them in the round. First time through, I like to stick with the instructions. I'll also use a J or K hook for the beginning chain and maybe add a 13th row.

Stitcher75 on craftsy.com

Average No gauge, too small  January 13, 2013


I didn't have any Simply Soft on hand, but I used a similar weight yarn. These worked up really quickly even though I had to rip them half-way out to make them big enough for my not very big hands. I added thumb gussets because I mainly wear these mitts to keep my achy knuckles warm while I work. I think next time I'll work them in the round. First time through, I like to stick with the instructions. I'll also use a J or K hook for the beginning chain and maybe add a 13th row.

Stitcher75 on craftsy.com

Average No gauge, too small  January 13, 2013


I didn't have any Simply Soft on hand, but I used a similar weight yarn. These worked up really quickly even though I had to rip them half-way out to make them big enough for my not very big hands. I added thumb gussets because I mainly wear these mitts to keep my achy knuckles warm while I work. I think next time I'll work them in the round. First time through, I like to stick with the instructions. I'll also use a J or K hook for the beginning chain and maybe add a 13th row.

kerel on craftsy.com

Excellent Great for texting teens  July 29, 2012


I have a family full of texting fanatics that live in New England. These are great little gifts for a lot of them.

About Designer

About Designer

Melmaria on craftsy.com

Melody started designing her own patterns in early 2011, when she combined her first and middle name to create the designer name Melmaria. An avid crocheter since the age of 9, she's living her dream as a published designer. The cold climate and historical flavor of her native New England inspire many of her designs. Look for her in the upcoming Fresh Designs series by Cooperative Press and 101 ...

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