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October 16, 2009


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Thanks Lucy, I love the nice simple way you do this. You've inspired me to try too. I've blogged about it here:


Can you tell me where the pattern is please?


Can you tell me where the pattern is please?


Can you tell me where the pattern is please?


Can you tell me where the pattern is please?

Hazel Rankin

Cud u please send me pattern for fingerless mitts to include hook size and type of yarn required.

Sylvia Robinson

These can be made in a tube. They are made to size which is why it's hard to give a pattern. If you do rows, you join together with a blanket or whip stitch, leaving a two inch hole (approximately) for the thumb hole. If you do in a continuous round, after you do the length desired from wrist to thumb, you work your row, making a chain about 5 stitches (avg-could be one or two more or even less). As you work the next row in, you incorporate the stitches in that chain and that makes the thumb hole. I usually do 7,8, or 9 rows after making the thumb hole. Not trying to take over Lucy's blog- love the products!, but I was just trying to answer those who had a few questions. Hope I helped.

Klub Burung

Hy lucy, So I figured it I wanted then I had to learn it, thanks to you for all your patterns and tutorials I am coming along good on all the projects I have on my basket.



Hi Lucy
Saw these at the weekend, and have ordered some beautiful yarn to make some for Christmas presents!
Can I just ask how you stitched them up?
Thanks so much this-they look gorgeous, as does the rest of your blog :)
Have a fabulous Christmas!

Silicone cooking Gloves

Great information. I love all the posts, I really enjoyed, I would like more information about this, because it is very nice, Thanks for sharing. I like the site best.

deb christiansen

Is there any way you could send the pattern? My daughter is a beginner and needs to have instructions. Three months after our home was destroyed by fire she was diagnosed. It was the stress. I had no idea that everyone has the gene for that. She was only 11 at the time. The first time she was hospitalized for ketoacidocis she was so bored that she let me teach her to crochet. I love the patten and but judging by the date of your last post I've got this dreadful feeling I won't be hearing from you.


no actual pattern here right?


I am being a bit slow - newbie here...

so the 35 chain goes round your wrist but you dont join it to make a 'tube' right?


Lovely wrist warmers.. but how do you stitch up the length? I'm struggling on this one :-s


You suggest a startingchain of 35 whichis helpful,but how many rounds should I do and how much to leave open for the thumb

Penny Prosser

Hi Lucy
I'm just about to make the wristwarmers. I haven't been crocheting very long but I'm wondering if there is a way to make them without a seam. Ie. a tube with a thumb hole worked in somehow?
Any ideas?



valerie Gossman

I have been making these for 3 years now and they come in handy for gifts.... I made white ones with a palm trees on them---------------CUTE

Laurie Martin

Oh Lucy,

Love at first sight is right!! They are so you, so me. I love color. I love wristers. I'm on it. I'll let you know how it goes.

Thanks again for another marvelous pattern


they look so great!I've wanted wrist warmers for so long! you just made is sound unbelievably simple, I'm going to attempt a pair later tonight. Thanks for the inspiration :) handbags


Very pretty Lucy! Great eye for color, as usual. I linked to this one on my blog this morning if you want to check it out: http://www.mooglyblog.com/10-crochet-fingerless-mitts-patterns/


I'm going to try!!! :)


Okay, so I'm a little late to the party here. :) I just did a little searching through your blog archives after seeing these lovely fingerless gloves in one of your photos! I am up to my eyeballs in Christmas crochet projects but am very HOPEFUL I can squeeze this one in, too! SO lovely and very sensible!


Oooo, I totally like those colourful wristwarmers!!!


Wow..so beautiful....


beautiful and very useful.Thank you once more.

Josefina from Barcelona

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