Huntington Arm Warmers

Sometimes you need a simple, but pretty pattern.huntington-pic I was looking for arm warmers that are simple and quick  to make but also have something a bit more to them. I love projects with fun texture! So I created these Huntington arm warmers. I love the look and the quick-ness of them. They’d be an excellent gift and are super warm for the upcoming cold months!

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What you’ll need:

  • WW yarn
  • H hook
  • Measuring tape
  • Yarn needle

Stitches Used:

Foundation Single crochet- fsc, Single crochet- sc, chain- ch,  slip stitch- sl st, double crochet-dc

Gauge:

As written in pattern: 8dc x 8 rows = 2”

Foundation sc row: 4fsc=1”

Notes:

Sizes are written as xsmall (small/medium, large/xlarge)

Sizes measure 6” (7”, 8”) circumference

Pattern- Make 2:huntington-hand-warmer

R1: fsc 24 (28, 32). Join.

R2: ch 1, sc across, join.

R3: ch 3, *dc in next 2, ch 2, sk 2* rpt around. Join to first dc (not ch3).

R4: sl st in next dc, *(dc over ch into stitch below) twice (note: there should only be one dc in each st), ch 2* rpt around. Join to first dc.

R5-13: rpt R4

R14: sl st in next dc, (dc over ch into st below) twice, sc in next 2 dc,  *(dc over ch into stitch below) twice, ch 2*,, Rpt from * to * around. Join to first dc.

R15: Ch6, sk next dc, ch 2 space and 2dc, *(dc over ch into stitch below) twice, ch 2*, Rpt from * to * around. Do not Join.

huntington-picsR16: (2 dc, ch 2, 2dc) in ch 6 space, ch 2, *(dc over ch into stitch below) twice, ch 2*, Rpt from * to * around. Join to first dc.

R17- 23: sl st in next dc, *(dc over ch into stitch below) twice, ch 2* rpt around. Join to first dc.

R24: ch 1, sc in same st and next dc, *(dc over ch into stitch below) twice, sc in each of next 2 dc* rpt around. Join to first sc.

R25: ch 1, sc in each st around. Join.

Fasten off. Weave in ends.

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8 Comments

  1. I have a question regarding round {5-13. R4: sl st in next dc, *(dc over ch into stitch below) twice (note: there should only be one dc in each st), ch 2* rpt around. Join to first dc. R5-13: rpt R4}
    ?? If I repeat R4 and sl st in next dc, I have two more dc’s before the chain to dc over. so should round 5 instead be to do ch 3, 2 dc in the sl st’s, then ch 2, then dc over ch into stitch below ch 2, repeat. ??

    • Hi! There should only be 2 dc together then the ch 2 space. So when you join, you’ll join to the first dc, then sl st in the next dc, then be working over the ch 2 space. Does that work for you? Let me know and I can get pictures or something to help clarify! 🙂

      • Hi,

        I am also having a challenge with repeating R4. When I complete R4 the first time, and come back to the start where I slip stitched in the first 2 dc, I now have 4 dc together. I have the 2 dc that I slip stitched over and then the 2 dc that I worked in the row below. What am I doing wrong when starting the next round?

        • Hi!
          It actually sounds like you are doing it correctly! You’ll have 2 sets of dcs together, but the first (the ones you slip stitched in) will be from the previous round and the next 2 will start the current round. As you continue, you’ll end with the ch 2 (which will be over that first set) and join to that second set. 🙂 Let me know if that works for you! 🙂

  2. This pattern is absolutely beautiful!!!
    What steps would I take to add a thumb to these? I have arthritis and tendonitis in my thumb and surrounding area, so need to keep that area warm. I want to stop all of the many Christmas projects I’ve just started on, just to make a pair of these for myself!!! Can you please direct me how to do this??
    (Then I’ll make some more for gifts!)
    Thank you so very much!! –Frances

    • Hi! I’m glad you like them! Just rejoin in the opening for the thumb and sc around until its the length you’d like. You can decrease the last 2 rounds to close it off as well. 🙂

    • I live in Southern California and like to name my patterns after beaches. Huntington is the one my family used to go to when I was little, so it holds a special place in my heart. 🙂

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