Hey people! So guess what? I have made my own pattern for American Girl Wrist Warmers. And yes Wrist Warmers are Arm Warmers.
So here is the pattern.
American Girl Wrist Warmers
This is an EASY crochet pattern, and is a great project for beginners
MATERIALS: H hook, WW yarn, scissors
STITCH GUIDE: CH - chain, HDC - half double crochet, ST(S) - stitch(es)
Gauge: Around 2 or 3 inches; around 13 stitches
Round 1: HDC in 3rd ST from hook & in each st across, CH 2, turn.
Round 2: HDC in next 1 STS, ch 2, skip 2 ST (thumb hole made), HDC in each remaining ST, CH 2, turn.
Round 3: HDC in each ST across (including each of the CH-2), CH 2 and turn.
Round 4-8: Repeat row 3, tie off.
Fold wrist warmer in half and single crochet evenly through both sides. After last ST, fasten off, weave in ends, and turn right-side-out.
You can embellish your wrist warmers with a ruffle, pretty buttons, appliqués, or ribbons. You can make your wrist warmers longer by making a longer starting chain.
And No, you can not sell the pattern in anyway possible, and you can not sell the finishing project. But, I do not mind you giving these as gift/presents for other people.
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