Wednesday, January 6, 2021

Crochet Cable Warmers - free pattern

 

I thought it would be interesting to hit off the new year with a free pattern, so if you like wearing warmers, this might be the project for you.

Supplies:
*50gr of DK yarn of your choice (I used Papatya Batik) and a 5mm hook;
* tapestry needle 
 
Stitches: chain (ch), slip stitch (sl st), skip (sk), double crochet (dc), front post double crochet (FPdc), back post double crochet (BPdc), {crossed} front post treble (FPtr), {crossed} back post treble (BPtr)

Measurements of finished warmers: 10cm in width and 13.5 cm in length 

Pattern:
Foundation and row 1: Ch26 and starting from 4th ch from hook, dc1 in all (24). Ch3 and turn work. We count this as the 1st dc. There are a total of 24 sts in every row.
Row 2: starting from 2nd st from hook, dc1 in all (24). Ch3 and turn work.
Row 3: starting from the 2nd st, dc1 in next 10 st (with the first 3ch - it's 11 sts), FPdc1 in next 4 sts., dc1 in rest 11 sts.  Ch3 and turn work.
Row 4: starting from the 2nd st, dc1 in next 10 sts (a total of 11), sk2, make a BPtr in the 3rd st, make another BPtr in the 4th, next go back a st and BPtr1 (in the 2nd st you skipped) and again BPtr1 in the 1st st you skipped. This will create a kind of flap, which is actually the shaping of the cable. Next, dc1 in next 11 sts. Ch3 and turn work.
Row 5: starting from the 2nd st, dc1 in next 10 sts., FPdc1 in next 4 sts., dc1 in rest 11 sts.  Ch3 and turn work. 
Row 6:  starting from the 2nd st, dc1 in next 10 sts., BPdc1 in next 4 sts., dc1 in rest 11 sts.  Ch3 and turn work. 
Row 7:  starting from the 2nd st, dc1 in next 10 sts (a total of 11), sk2, make a FPtr in the 3rd st, make another FPtr in the 4th, next go back a st and FPtr1 (in the 2nd st you skipped) and again FPtr1 in the 1st st you skipped. Next, dc1 in next 11 sts. Ch3 and turn work.
Row 8: repeat row 6
Row 9: repeat row 3
Row 10: repeat row 4
Row 11: dc1 in all (24)

 
 

 Leave a long tail which will be used to sew the warmers together. 

Thread the tail, fold crochet work with the face inside, align the sides and sew both parts together. Turn inside out. Make the second warmer. 

Enjoy crocheting these and do write if you have a question. 




18 comments:

Michelle Churchman said...

So pretty, Maya! Pinning.

Michelle
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Kim said...

Such pretty warmers, Maya. Love the colours.

Maya Kuzman said...

Thank you Michelle!

Maya Kuzman said...

Thank you Kim! Love them myself!

Danielle @ A Sprinkle of Joy said...

Those turned out so nice!

Alhana said...

Crochet cables look so interesting! Thank you for sharing the patern of these warmers, they turned out pretty. :-)

Julie's Creative Lifestyle said...

You made such pretty handwarmers Maya. Thanks for the pattern to make these as they will be perfect for the winter.

Unknown said...


Thank you for this free pattern, I have been wanting a pattern for something like this so I can read my Kobo and still keep most of my hands warm. This looks like it will work. They also look lovely, take care.

My thrift store addiction said...

These are so lovely! Thanks for sharing at Vintage Charm!

Ann said...

Cute, cute, cute - and so practical! Thank you for sharing at Party In Your PJ's.

edill said...

Love the little cable stitch wrist warmers - I'm making a pair tomorrow for my elderly neighbor who likes to read a lot and needs gloves that will allow her to turn pages easily. Thanks for sharing.

Maya Kuzman said...

Thank you Danielle!

Naush said...

Love how the colors come together ! Really beautiful.
Thank you for sharing with us at Meraki Link Party.
Much love
Naush

Maya Kuzman said...

Thank you Alhana!xx

Maya Kuzman said...

You are welcome Julie :)

Maya Kuzman said...

My pleasure. Hope you make yourself a pair.

Maya Kuzman said...

Thank you Edil! I hope your neighbour likes them as well :)

Maya Kuzman said...

Thank you for having me Naush!