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simple, easy crocheted wristwarmer

Any size hook you like.

Crochet a chain 2" long, plus one chain.
Turn, sc in every chain across. Ch 1, turn.
Sc in blo in every sc across, ch 1, turn.
Repeat, working in blo, as many rows across as needed for the ribbing of your cuff.
When finished, slip stitch together, ch 1, and sc across ends of every row. Join, ch 1,
and increase at the beginning of the next 3-5 rounds. Work until the mitt/wristwarmer is just under the beginning of your thumb.
Sc in next 4 sc, ch 2, skip all the sc & work 4 sc in the last 4 sc of that round, join.

End off.

"Hand" part
Join with a slip stitch in any stitch, sc around, when you get to the stitch before the ch 2 work a dec sc in that stitch & the first ch 2 space; dec in 2nd ch 2 space & in the next space, finish around.

Try on - how does it fit? A little big, decrease in one more stitch. A little snug? Eliminate the decreases.

Work for a few more rows, end off, weave in ends, enjoy!

Mine used less than one skein of worstened weight wool

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