Hey y’all! So, a few posts back I made a T-shirt with these easy flowers. I couldn’t decide if I wanted to make hand warmers to match or to add the flowers to the back pockets of some jeans. I decided to make hand warmers with winter coming. I get really cold hands that rarely warm-up all winter long. These will help me stay warm while allowing me to still use my hands. These are super easy to make and work up quickly. Perfect for the beginner. Without further adieu, here is the pattern. I hope you like it! Tell me, do you wear hand warmers often as well in the winter months?
Crochet Hand Warmers
Perfect to Keep Hands Warm For Winter
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2 Buttons for the flowers
hdc=half double crochet
1. Ch 27
2. In 2nd ch from hook, hdc. Next ch, sl st. Repeat hdc, sl st to end.
If you end your row with a hdc, ch 1, turn, then begin the next row with a sl st.
If you end your row with a sl st, ch 2, turn, then begin the next row with a hdc.
3. Repeat # 2 for a total of 32 rows, Bind-Off.
4. Sew up sides making sure you leave a space for your thumb to go through.
You can find the flower pattern here. Sew on the flowers to the top of the hand warmers and you’re done! Enjoy!
Courtney Echeverria, CrochetRemedy.com©