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Crochet Dylan Hand Warmers Free Pattern & Video Tutorial


Hi Friends! The Crochet Dylan Hand Warmers pattern is live! If you ever need a quick and easy project, this is it! It uses simple stitches like single and double crochets to create textured fabric!


If ”Dylan” sounds familiar to you, it’s because it’s named after some of my other patterns using the same stitch. I reeeeeaaaaaly get stuck when it comes to naming the patterns!




I recorded a full video to help you out in the pattern! Links are in the pdf pattern throughout the pattern.


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I used K&C’s Roving If you haven't used this yarn, you should really try it! I


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GAUGE | USK/6.5mm In Pattern (sc, dc)

4” = 10 Stitches | 9 Rounds


Main Color – 110 Yards (Large)


HOOKS | Tulip Etimo

US I/5.5mm (Cuff) | US K/6.5mm


OTHER MATERIALS


ABBREVIATIONS

ch – Chain

st(s) – Stitch(es)

sl st – Slip Stitch

sc – Single Crochet

dc – Double Crochet

tbl – Through Back Loop

beg – Beginning

rep – Repeat


SKILL LEVEL – Beginner/Easy with Video Tutorial


NOTES – Pattern is written in US terms.

Any weight yarn can be used with the recommended hook size for the hand warmers & one size smaller for the cuffs. This pattern is worked in a continuous round. Use a stitch marker to mark the first st of each round.


INSTRUCTIONS (Make 2)

Size Small (Medium, Large)


I will reference this chart throughout the pattern.


CUFF | Smaller hook size


Row 1: Ch5 (6, 7) sts, 1sc into the 2nd ch from the hook and into each ch across. Ch1 and turn. 4 (5, 6) sts


Note: The number of ch sts will be the width of the cuff from Line A-B (see chart on page 1)


Row 2: 1sc tbl in the first st and every st across. Ch1 and turn. 4 (5, 6) sts


Rep row 2 for 19 (21, 23) rows or until desired wrist circumference ending on the same side as the beg tail (odd number of rows). Measure cuff while slightly stretched. See chart on page 1 for standard circumference sizes.


Joining the cuff

Align the 2 short ends together. Work a sl st through the “chain” end of the brim and through the back loops of the other end of the cuff. Flip cuff right side out so the seam is on the inside.



HAND TO THUMB | Switch to larger hook size


Set up round: Ch1, 1sc in each row. Join with a sl st to the 1st sc. You should have 1 sc for every row of brim.


Round 1: ch1 (does not count as a st), *1sc in next st, 1dc in next st. Rep from * alternating between sc & dc sts. End with 1sc in last st. Do not join.


Round 2: *1dc (place marker here), 1sc. Rep from * around ending with a dc.


Note: You will work a dc st in the sc st & work a sc st in the dc st.


Round 3: *1sc in next st, 1dc in next st. Rep from * alternating between sc & dc sts. End with 1sc in last st. Do not join.

Rep rounds 2 & 3 until where the thumb meets your hands. See chart on page 1, Line A-C.



SEPARATE FOR THUMBHOLE

Ch2 (2, 3) sts, sk6 (6, 7) sts, continue in pattern (dc in sc, sc in dc) around.



HAND TO KNUCKLES


Round 1: continue in pattern alternating sc & dc sts in the 2 (3) ch sts you worked in the previous round. Continue in pattern around. Check that you are working a dc st in the sc st & work a sc st in the dc st.


Continue in pattern alternating sc & dc sts until your knuckles, Line C-D. This may differ depending on which st you need to start with.


Finishing Round: Work 1 round of sl sts. sl st to next st to join round. If you ended with a dc st, work 1 more sc before joining.


Note: Go up 1-2 sizes if your sl sts are too tight.




THUMB

Fasten on anywhere on the hole. Ch1 & work 1sc in every st around working an additional st at each corner.


FINISHING: Fasten off and weave in ends.

RIGHT-HANDED TUTORIAL

LEFT-HANDED TUTORIAL


 


 

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Thank you for sharing the video tutorial on how to warm your hands with a Dylan hook. I will follow your instructions and hope to be successful. Many people will benefit from this information. geometry dash

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