Fingerless Armwarmers
By: Bex

I made this pattern up myself last night... so bare with me because I'm new at the whole "making patterns" thing.

Fingerless Armwarmers
Crochet
"I" sized crochet hook (it was the hook I had on hand)
Yarn (I used some multi-colored black/white/gray ball I had on hand)
Stitches/Terms used: sc (single crochet), dc (double crochet), ss (slip stitch), tbl (treble crochet), fbdc (front post double crochet), bpdc (back post double crochet), sk (skip)
Row 1: Chain 42 (this is the length from your fingers to your elbow)
Row 2: Turn, dc in each chain
Row 3: Turn, ch 1, sk first dc, sc in each dc, 2 sc in last dc of row
Row 4: Turn, ch 2, sk first sc, dc in each sc, 2 dc  in last sc of row
Row 5: Turn, ch 1, sk first dc, sc in each dc, 2 sc in last dc of row
Row 6: Turn, ch 2, sk first sc, dc in next 3 sc, <fpdc (in next 2 sc), bpdc (in next 2 sc)>, repeat "< >" until last sc, do 2 in last sc
Row 7: Turn, ch 2, sk first stitch, <bpdc in bpdc, fpdc in fpdc>, repeat "< >" until last fpdc/bpdc, dc in dc's, two dc in last dc
Row 8: Turn, ch 2, sk first dc, dc in dc, <bpdc in fpdc, fpdc in bpdc>, repeat "< >" to end of row, do 2 in last stitch
Row 9: Turn, ch 2, sk first stitch, <fpdc in fpdc, bpdc in bpdc>, repeat "< >" until last fpdc/bdpc, than dc in dc's, two dc in last dc
Row 10: Turn, ch 2, sk first stitch, dc in each stitch, with 2 dc in last stitch
Row 11: Turn, ch 1, sk first stitch, sc in each dc, with 2 sc in last stitch
Row 12: Turn, ch 3, sk first stitch, tbl in each sc, with 2 tbl in last stitch
Row 13: Turn, ch 3, sk first stitch, <tbl, ch 1, sk 1, tbl>, repeat "< >" until last stitch, 2 tbl in last stitch
Row 14: Turn, ch 3, sk first stitch, <tbl in tbl, tbl in sk space>, "repeat "< >" until last stitch, 2 tbl in last stitch
Row 15: Match up sides (right now it's like one rectangle, close the rectangle, matching the long sides together, so it's like one long tube), ss together, stop at 10 stitches from end, whip stich through 6 stitches on one side (to leave hole for thumb), ss the last four stitches together. Tie off. And you're done!
5/29/2012 18:31:53

I have no idea how to crochet but those look so cool!

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5/30/2012 01:06:03

They do look cute twin!

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Bex
5/30/2012 07:45:35

Would you each like a pair? I could do it!! I could!! I would even find some fun soft & cozy yarn... not this stuff wash cloth stuff I had lying around...

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Natasha
7/13/2015 00:49:16

Hey from New Zealand. Just wanted to say, I found your pattern via the Ravelry.com website. Tried it out and for some reason it ended up twisted. The underside doesn't sit straight with the top side. Really warm and gorgeous pattern. Thanks for sharing. :)

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