Regal Wrist Warmers Crochet Pattern

Wrist Warmers Crochet Pattern

This Regal Wrist Warmers crochet pattern is an elegant pair of textured fingerless gloves that feature ribbing wrist details for easy wear. Worked in a deep and fall-appropriate red, these fingerless gloves are great to add a little bit of warmth without sacrificing dexterity.

This pair of crochet wrist warmers is easy to work up and features two stitch patterns: a ribbing detail on the wrist and a simple alternating single/double crochet pattern for the hand. The ribbing section is worked flat and then joined, and then the hand portion is worked in the round after that. If you’re thinking there’s no way you’ll be able to learn how to crochet wrist warmers, don’t worry – this pattern is truly easy to follow!

 

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Skill Level: Easy

Size: Circumference of palm above thumb = 6.5”

Gauge: 20 sts and 24 rows = 4” in sc (back loop only), unstretched

Materials

Yarn:

Fine weight yarn Knit Picks Comfy Sport (75% pima cotton, 25% acrylic; 136 yards [124 meters]/50 grams): #2138 Pomegranate (2 balls)

Hook: US size F/5 (3.75 mm) hook
Notions: Locking stitch markers, scissors, tapestry needle

Special Stitches

Fsc: First st: Insert hook into current st, YO, pull through, ch 1, YO, pull through both loops on hook. Next sts: Insert hook into last ch 1, YO, pull through, ch 1, YO, pull through both loops on hook.
dc2tog: Insert hook into next st, YO, pull through, insert hook into next st, YO, pull through, YO, pull through all loops on hook.
dstog: YO, insert hook into next st, YO, pull through, YO, pull through two loops on hook, insert hook into next st, YO, pull through, YO, pull through all loops on hook.
sdtog: insert hook into next st, YO, pull through, YO, insert hook into next st, YO, pull through, YO, pull through two loops on hook, YO, pull through all loops on hook.

Pattern Notes

The ribbing is worked flat, then joined with single crochet stitches. The hand of the mitten is worked as a spiral in the round and includes thumb shaping. To keep track of rounds in the spiral, use stitch markers as directed.

Pattern

Ch 31.
Row 1: Turn, sc in second ch from hook, sc in each ch across.
Rows 2-30: Ch 1, turn, sc in BLO in each st across.
Row 31: Ch 1, turn. Fold the bottom row up behind work and sc rows 1 and 30 together. Turn the tube inside out, keeping the working yarn on the outside of the tube.
Rnd 1: Ch 1, sc in each sc row around, being careful not to sc in join row. Do not sl st in first sc, place st marker in first st.
Rnd 2: (Dc, sc) in next st, (dc in next st, sc in next st) 14 times, dc in next st, move marker to first st.
Rnd 3: (Sc in next st, dc in next st) 15 times, sc in next st, move st marker to first st.
Rnd 4: (Dc, sc, dc) in next st, (sc, dc, sc) in next st, (dc in next st, sc in next st) 14 times, dc in next st, move marker to first st.
Rnd 5: Sc in next st, dc in next st, (sc, dc) in next 2 sts, (sc in next st, dc in next st) 15 times, sc in next st, move marker to first st.
Rnd 6: (Dc in next st, sc in next st) 18 times, dc in next st, move marker to first st.
Rnd 7: (Sc in next st, dc in next st) 18 times, sc in next st, move marker to first st.
Rnds 8-10: Repeat rnds 6-7, repeat rnd 6 once more.
Rnd 11: Sc in first st, fsc 2 from first st, skip 8 sts, sc in next 2 sts, (dc in next st, sc in next st) 13 times, move marker to first st.
Rnd 12: Dstog over next 2 sts, sctog over next 2 sts, (dc in next st, sc in next st) 13 times, dstog over next 2 sts, move marker to next st. (The last dstog goes into the first st of the next round.)
Rnd 13: Dstog over next 2 sts, (dc in next st, sc in next st) 13 times, move marker to first st.
Rnd 14: (Dc in next st, sc in next st) 13 times, dc in next st, move marker to first st.
Rnd 15: (Sc in next st, dc in next st) 13 times, sc in next st, finish off.
Repeat Row 1 to Rnd 15 for second wristwarmer. yarn ball
ILC Option 1-3

What color would you use to crochet these wristwarmers?

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Comments
  • Nancy N.

    Am looking for free patterns of premee gown, cap, bootie, blanket to donate to hospitals for burial sets. Can anyone help???

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  • Marlene V.

    I thought the magazine I love crochet was $19,95 a year, not $34.95. And I looking for a CanaDian magazine. I don’t want to pay the exchange or a bunch of shipping charges. It becomes way to pricey.

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  • Nancy N.

    Looking for baby burial crochet gown, hat, bootie and afghan
    Our group make and donate to hospitals

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  • Doreen P.

    I LOVE this pattern!! I’ve already made several pairs for gifts and have lots more to do. Thank you!

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  • Harlee W.

    I would make these in a soft charcoal grey color. They are super pretty. I love how the hand part almost looks knitted. 🙂

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  • Debbie Y.

    I would make in royal blue. My favorite color. But everyone I know loves green so I would have to make green ones also. maybe red and gray and and and…

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  • This pattern is gorgeous. I love the texture. The colour would depend on for whom they were intended. If for myself, green or grey or brown.

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  • I would use something variegated, because I believe it would hold up better to daily use, not looking dirty as quickly as a solid color. I wear a lot of jewel tones, so I would probably go with a gray/red/blue mix for myself

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  • Elizabeth G.

    The wine looks beautiful, but I think a nice deep blue would be great also.

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  • Melissa B.

    I’m obsessed with wrist warmers and gloves right now so starting these right now in CORAL I love that color.

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  • Angelique G.

    Was looking for the right pattern for my daughter. She wants a pair but her hands are slim. Love the close stitching, leaves room for embellishments.

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  • Angelique G.

    Oh and I would use the Bon Bon color by Red Heart. Love the color mixture.

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  • I would use the color of the coat I am wearing … right now that is a light grey.

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  • Elaine R.

    the color you used is beautiful but I would have to make mine purple lol its my favorite color

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  • Susan R.

    Color I would use for wrist warmers is Teal keeping it cheerful and bright.

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  • Chris L.

    Nice, warm looking pattern! I’m thinking more along light colors or something with a sparkle thread through it. Winter is so dark, and drivers need all the help they can get to see you at night!

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  • I think I would make them in veragated purple. They would be beautiful in any color.

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  • Jo-An P.

    these look quite elegant, yet simple to make. i do some re-enacting. these would be perfect for that.

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  • Jo-An P.

    i will be making these in a dark gold to match a gold shawl i wear. forgot to mention that before.

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  • I’m eager to learn this new stitch. It looks a bit like seed stitch in knitting.

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  • I love how they look in that deep wine color pictured but I think I will try them with some of the Red Heart Unforgettable in the Winery colorway

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  • Debbie O.

    Lovely pattern! I will make a pair, just after Christmas. Blue is my color of choice. Thank you!

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  • Kimberly B.

    I think these would work up nicely with a variegated yarn, that’s what I would choose! Of course if I was making them as a gift I would make them in the recipients favorite color or to match their jacket.

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  • Shirley E.

    I love this burgundy/cranberry color… too bad it doesn’t match my coat.

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  • I have some really nice variegated red, black, white I would use with this pattern. So cute.

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  • Jackie B.

    I think I would use a cream color to go with everything. I love the pattern and it will be perfect for use in my office that is so cold in the winter.

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  • I think I would use the colours Sea Foam and Marlin together to create these gloves.

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  • I love the rich cranberry color in the example. I also like a rich midnight blue, deep gray and old rose colors.

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  • Thanks for the pattern. I will make lots of colors, some for gifts, some for myself….shiny black, bright teal, heather gray, variegated autumn color yarn by RHSS, and some in tweed stripe colors. okay, some of these will have to be future gifts…no way to be all done by this Christmas!

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  • Depends on who I’m making them for. The deep red would be nice for my sister, but I’d like them in a dark teal.

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  • Pamela G.

    I am doing these in a purple/blue variegated yarn. Looks so nice. Thank you..

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  • Whatever color catches my eye at the moment, but that often involves purple

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  • My favorite person to crochet for is my grandblessing and her favorite color is pink, any shade of pink, so it would probably be a darker pink.

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  • Belinda Q.

    I really like the Pomegranate color for this. But I think I would use a soft brown or black that would go with anything. More of a neutral depending on who I was making them for.

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  • Nicola H.

    I’ve got my pearl anniversary soon and I feel the cold. I’d like to make these in a glittery cream for the celebrations – like James Brett Twinkle Fashion Glitter Sparkle Yarn. Thank you for the free pattern.

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  • I would love to do these in a dark purple for my daughter it’s her favorite color

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  • Deborah M.

    I would make them in red, then blue and a brown-fawn mixy wool. One pair to match each of my winter coats. Then the colour would depend on which niece or cousin called dips on the next pair.

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  • Janet M.

    I’m not sure i can crochet these gloves i understand the crochet stitches but it is the second patr i am strggling with if i can manage to them they would be in pink

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  • I am in middle of first warmer and I cannot understand how the thumb hole is formed. Can you explain? Do you have video of that part?

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  • Kathy V.

    Could someone please tell me what the following abbreviations mean: dstog & sdtog. I know what a dc2tog is, but I’ve never seen the other two abbreviations before. I have the definitions of what they are (from the pattern), but I would like to know the name of each stitch. Thanks.

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  • I agree with several comments regarding the dstog and sdtog. More explanation is needed. So, after some study and thinking the person just made an error, I believe the designer is saying dstog = 1 dc and 1 sc tog and sdtog = 1 sc and 1 dc tog since that is the established pattern. (I think there is a typo in the one Row 12 where they used the “sdtog” as it says “sctog” and that is neither explained or noted anywhere.) Those of us that know how to do sc2tog and dc2tog will note that the first half of the explanation for these abbreviations appears to start off right but then seems to end wrong. Think of them as half one plus half the other! Also, I do not see any dc2tog in the pattern, yet that is under Special Stitches.
    PS. I made mine out of some yummy, soft alpaca yarn and extended the palms another 7 rows. Turned out great!

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    • Nicola P.

      Hi Jeri, I have reached out to the designer for clarification, stay tuned!

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