Mohair Handwarmers

Jan 5, 2008
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creativeyarn (http://creativeyarn.blogspot.com/)

Introduction

Crocheted mohair handwarmers,cozy and beautiful and so easy to make!
You can put on a crocheted flower (as i did!), to give them a romantic touch!
Hope you'll enjoy them.

Thanks for looking!

Materials List

Mohair (40% mohair, 60% dralon)

4mm hook

Finished Size

Adult woman.

Gauge

8 dc* 4 rows = 5*5 cm

The Pattern

Handwarmers (make two!):
Ch 23, dc in 4th ch and each ch across,turn.
Row 1: ch3, dc in each dc,turn.
Row 2-13: repeat Row1.
Cut yarn, leaving a long tail for sewing sides of handwarmer.
Fold piece in half and sew base ch and top of last row together along 12 dc.Leave 5 dc open for thumb, and sew remaining dc of sides.

Cut yarn and wave in ends.

Cuff's scalloped edge:

Attach yarn at the cuff's seam, ch1, sc in same place, *5dc in space between next two dc,sc in space at the beg of next dc*. Repeat from* across, ending with sl st in first sc. Cut yarn and wave in end.

Flower:
Ch 4, join to first ch to form ring.
Round 1:Ch 1, work 14 sc in ring, sl st to beginning chain.(15sc)
Round 2: *Ch 3, skip 2 dc, sl st into next dc: repeat from * 4 more times ending in last stitch in base of beginning chain.
Round 3: *sc,2hdc,1dc,2hdc,sc* all in every ch3 space, join with a sl st to first sc.

Cut yarn leaving a tail for sewing the flower on the handwarmer.

Sew flower on the handwarmer where you prefer, and sew some little beads inside it if you like.

That's it!

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Comments

bmarchaj wrote
on Jan 5, 2008 12:10 PM

Loooooooooove them. So cute. I made something like these once (not as nice as these) and wore them out of the country, and people thought they were these really expensive things. I loooove the look you made.

Breezy

creativeyarn wrote
on Jan 5, 2008 1:05 PM
Thank you, they're really easy to make, the important thing is to find a beautiful yarn!
Thank you so much, i really appreciate your comment.
All the best,

Marta

PaulineL wrote
on Jan 5, 2008 2:34 PM

One skein? Or a skosh more?

creativeyarn wrote
on Jan 5, 2008 2:38 PM

I've used almost one skein, 50g/150m.

PaulineL wrote
on Jan 5, 2008 3:06 PM

Thanks! I plan to get some pretty yarn today.

Soleil38 wrote
on Jan 6, 2008 6:44 AM
They're really cute.

From the pictures, it looks more like a wavy stitch than a DC... So DC CAN be wavy stitches in disguise! Good job!

Soleil

creativeyarn wrote
on Jan 6, 2008 7:28 AM
Thank you so much!
I think that it seems a wavy stitch because of the different shades of the yarn, maybe a monochrome yarn won't make this effect..you've got a great look,i didn't saw this detail!
thanks a lot again!

Marta

creativeyarn wrote
on Jan 6, 2008 9:51 AM
I've made a correction:
on the cuff's scalloped edge, you have to make 5dc instead of 4!
It's not so important, but can make a difference!
thanks everybody!

Marta

JanetH@53 wrote
on Jan 12, 2008 4:00 PM

Really lovely handwarmers Marta. Could I ask exactly what yarn you used as love the colour too

montymoo wrote
on Jan 14, 2008 9:36 PM
I LOVE this pattern. I just made a pair for my daughter and she modeled them for me.

I made them with hand dyed flannel I bought on eBay. Since she likes her handwarmers tight at the wrist, I modified the pattern a little and added a flap so it could be stitched together tighter. I left the flap to the outside and added 3 buttons - they are just for show.

Lisa

creativeyarn wrote
on Jan 15, 2008 2:41 AM
They are so lovely!
I like the buttons, i was designing another pair of handwarmers with buttons and ruffles..
I'm so happy you've enjoyed my pattern, thank you very very much!

Marta

Khanelya wrote
on Mar 30, 2008 10:11 AM
How cute ! I plan on doing them, but i have questions. From the photo, your wrists seem thiner than mine ^^; What's the diameter once finished ? Do you think i could add stitches to enlarge them a little (how many and where) ?
(Sorry if there are mistakes in the comment, i'm not english bilingual at all)

Thank you a lot !

emmilou wrote
on Jul 10, 2008 2:02 PM

Hi there, thanx for the pattern. I've made a pair for my older daughter out of sunbeam paris mohair (mohair/wool laine wolle(?)/nylon mix)but after an hour she was itching like mad!!! How can you stop the itching from mohair? I've been told about putting it in the freezer but I don't know for how long and would it take the itching completely away forever? So sorry about all the questions, it's just that she really loves them apart from the itchiness! Thanx again.

Lilly Flower wrote
on Jul 21, 2009 7:53 AM

How can you make them in kids sizes? Should I use a smaller hook? I'm a beginner at crochet. Any tips would help!

creativeyarn wrote
on Jul 21, 2009 8:51 AM
Hi Lilly Flower!
The first Ch23 will be the length of the hand warmer from cuff to begin of fingers, try to make less chains (maybe 12, depends on the length of the child's hand), and work a number of rows so that the crochet piece will wrap the hand of the child leaving the thumb outside...
This way you don't have to change yarn and hook!
I hope it will help!
Ciao,

marta

on Oct 28, 2009 2:13 AM

Hello, I just made those lovely handwarmers, the pattern is perfect ! Do you mind if I give a translation of your pattern on my blog ? I would of course add a link to your page, but many French-speaking crocheters or knitters cannot do it when it is in English ;o) Thank you, Catherine

latteyarn wrote
on Nov 19, 2009 2:06 PM

I just want to say I Love your patterns and I visit your creativeyarn blog often! This is a great pattern for a begginer like myself. Thank you so much for helping us that are trying to learn crochet with all your FREE PLUS BEAUTIFUL patterns. Finally I have a place to go to and make beautiful things from free patterns! God Bless you...

on Nov 25, 2009 10:32 AM
I adore this pattern!

Alissa

nunavutangel wrote
on Dec 29, 2009 12:47 PM
sweet pattern, I never knew what to make with my "fuzzy" yarn. I will buy more "hairy" yarn for this pattern.

jenn.

fyi I found your pattern through www.ravelry.com.

on Mar 24, 2010 11:45 PM

In just plain words I think this is what the scarf is:

Crochet a circle using mcp certification  the first paragraph of instructions. End it and weave in the ends. This will look like a doughnut.

Then make the next 28 stitch chain, pass one end through the first doughnut before joining the ends and make your second circle and weave in ends.. This should start to look like the paper chains I made as a kid.

Make another 28 stitch chain, mcsa 2008 hen pass it through both of the other circles. Make your third circle and weave in ends.

Make a 4th 28 stitch chain, pass it through the 2nd circle and the 3rd circle, join the ends and continue.

Every circle you add to the 'chain' from now on will pass through the last two circles you made.

Now that I've made a fool of myself, please mcse 2008t  feel free to correct me if I've misunderstood this pattern. I plan on giving it a try this weekend.

SGC7 wrote
on Jul 28, 2010 11:45 AM

Those are so cute! Nice pattern for a handwarmer.

Amanda124 wrote
on Aug 4, 2010 4:47 AM

This pattern was amazing, very easy and turned out Beautiful!  I made a pair for myself, but wound up having to make three more pairs for my friends who loved them.  Thanks for posting this, they come out so cute!