Glacier Bay Crochet Hand Warmers

HandWarmers Graphic

These hand warmers are so cozy, soft, and warm.  They keep me warm, but also let me use my fingers (you know, like tap-tap on my phone, or type up some great blog posts) ;).  If you’re a crocheter or just looking for something nice for yourself or a friend, use the links below to take you where you want to be!

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Ravelry / Etsy

Are you looking for a gift for someone?  I can make this for you…

Commission is $24.00

glacier bay handwarmers (66)

For this pattern, you will learn to crochet these stitches and use these techniques: crocheting in the round, joining a chain together, making a thumb hole, working in third loop of a half double crochet, front post double crochet (fpdc), front post double crochet 2 together (fpdc2tog – a decrease), single crochet (sc), half double crochet (hdc), but don’t worry, there are tutorials for them all!

  • Yarn: Lion Brand, Heartland – Tweed, Glacier Bay (or your color of choice), they have so many great colors here: Heartland Yarns
  • Hook Size: 6 mm J hook, or equivalent to achieve gauge. (Here is a link to a conversion chart if your needles are lettered or numbered: Hook Conversion Chart.)
  • Scissors
  • Yarn (Darning) Needle for tails – or you can use your hook to weave in tails.
  • Stitch markers (at least 2)
  • Gauge: 13 sts and 12 rows = 4” x 4” or 10 x 10 cm.
    Directions for gauge: Using 6 mm hook, ch14, + 1, hdc in both loops in 2nd ch from hook, and in each ch to end. ch 1, turn.repeat to create 12 rows total.

I hope you enjoy this pattern, please share photos of your creation!

Stay warm,

❤ Tasha

~Inspire, Learn, Create

 

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