Free Wrist Warmers Knitting Pattern

As the weather gets colder, get ready to stay warm with our free wrist warmers knitting pattern.

Wrist warmers are the perfect accessory for the change of season between fall and winter when it’s cool in the evening but not cold enough to wear gloves.

These wrist warmers are perfect free knitting pattern for beginners who are keen to make a practical knit to wear right away. Once you have mastered the basic technique for creating the crest design, which you will do in the first six rows, simply repeat the rows to create the 3D knit pattern all over.

You don’t have to stick with that denim blue color either, choose a yarn you like in NSP Merino and customize the knitting pattern to your preference.

As this is a one-size-fits-all design, it’s a great bookmark for handmade gifts.

Another practical aspect of making wrist warmers is that having your fingers free allows you more movement, which is great if you’re on the go and taking pictures on a autumn walkor if you just want to enjoy a soothing hot drink without having to take off your gloves.

Happy knitting!

Competence level: beginners

Cut: Fits average adult wrists

Materials

    Tension

    24 sts and 54 rows on a 10 cm square in an unstretched pattern with 4 mm needles. Tension is measured when the part is laid flat and unstretched, so that only the top edges appear on RS or WS.

    Abbreviations

    cm centimeters; after Carry on; dec lessen; inc. increase; k knit; m1 make a stitch by picking up and working in the back of the loop between the stitch just worked and the next stitch; p pure; tap pattern; Rem remaining; RS right side; m(s) stitches); table through the back loop; tog together; WS bad side.

    Pattern

    Left hand wrist warmer

    Cast on 41 sts with 4 mm needles.

    Line 1 : (WS) k to complete.
    Line 2: p to finish.
    Line 3: k to finish.
    Line 4: k to finish.
    Line 5: to finish
    Line 6: k to finish
    When you have sewn these six rows, you will see the design of the wrist warmer ridge come together.

    Then knit the 6 rows 8 times.
    Then repeat only rows 1 to 3**.

    thumb shape

    Keeping patt correct, work as follows:

    Next line: (RS) k16, m1, k1, m1, k24. P1 row.

    Next line: (RS) k16, m1, k3, m1, k24. Rank K1.

    Next line: (RS) p16, m1, p5, m1, p24. Rank K1.

    Next line: K16, m1, k7, m1, k24. P1 row.

    Next line K16, m1, k9, m1, k24.

    Continue like this, keeping the 6-row stitch correct and inc 2 sts on every row from RS with 2 more sts between the 2 inc sts each time until the next rows have been worked:

    Next line: (RS) k16, m1, k15, m1, k24. Rank K1. P1 row. 57 stitches.

    Next line: (WS) K 24, cast off 15 sts K, finish K.

    Next line: k17, k2tog tbl, k at the end. 41m. Patter another 16 rows.

    Cast off with the right side out. Join the seams corresponding to the rows.

    Right hand wrist warmer

    Work as left hand for **.

    thumb shape

    Keeping patt correct, work as follows:

    Next line: (RS) k24, m1, k1, m1, k16. P1 row.

    Next line: (RS) k24, m1, k3, m1, k16. Rank K1.

    Next line: (RS) p24, m1, p5, m1, p16. K 1 row.

    Next line: K24, m1, k7, m1, k16. P1 row.

    Next line: K24, m1, k9, m1, k16. Continue like this, keeping the 6-row stitch correct and inc 2 sts on every row from RS with 2 more sts between the 2 inc sts each time until the next rows have been worked.

    Next line: (RS) k24, m1, k15, m1, k16. K1row. P1 row. 57th.

    Next line: (WS) K 16, cast off 15 sts as if to K, finish off as K.

    Next line: K25, k2tog tbl, k to end. 41m. Patter another 16 rows.

    Cast off with the right side out. Join the seams corresponding to the rows.

    Styling: Helen Johnson; Hair & makeup: Julie Read; Jumper: The model is wearing a sweater Boden