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Crochet Letter H

 How to crochet the letter H You can chain any number depending how bi or small you want the number to be. I used cotton mercerized yarn and 2.5 mm hook.                              Video Tutorial Written Pattern Ch 17 Row1: sc in the 2nd ch from the hook, sc in every ch till the end of the row Row2 to 6: ch1, sc in every st. fasten off. Row 7: join the yarn with a sl knot in the 7th st, ch1, sc in the same st, sc in the next 3 st, turn. Row8 to 11: ch1, sc in every st, continue chaining, 7. Row 12: sc in the 2nd ch from the hook, sc in every ch and st, continue chaining 6. Row 13: sc in the 2nd ch from the hook, sc in every ch and st. Row 14 to 17: ch1, sc in every st. fasten off.                      

Granny square wrist warmers

 



It is the perfect time to make these wrist warmers with the cold weather right now.

these wrist warmers are not only chic and fashionable but, they are pretty and keep your hands warm without restricting their movements.



They are super easy to make in one day with whichever color you want.

I chose Pound of love from Lion brand in Charcoal and Claret as they are my favorite colors. Although they are 100 ./. acrylic but this yarn looks so chic and looks so wool.

You can click on them to buy if you wish or you can choose your favorite yarn, remember whichever yarn you choose, use the hook recommended in the label


                                                



Abbreviations:
ch: chain
st: stitch
Sl st: slip stitch
dc: double crochet
fpst: front post stitch

Written pattern:

Make 4 pieces of the granny squares
Ch4, join with sl st in the first ch from hook.

With the charcoal

Round 1: Ch 3, 2dc in the formed circle, ch2, 3dc in the circle, ch2,3dc in the circle, ch2, 3dc in the circle, sl st on top of the first ch 3.

With Claret

Round 2: Ch3, 2dc in the same space, *ch1, (3dc, ch2,3dc) in the next space#, repeat from *till # twice more, afterwards, ch1, 3dc in the beginning space, join with sl st on top of the chain3.

Round 3: Ch3, 2dc in the same space, *ch1, 3dc in the next space, ch1(3dc, ch2,3dc) in the next space (corner)#, repeat from *till #. ch1, 3dc in the next space, ch1 3dc in the initial corner, join with sl st on top of the ch3.

Round 4: Ch3, 2dc in the same space, *ch1, 3dc in the next 2 spaces, ch1(3dc, ch2,3dc) in the next space (corner)#, repeat from *till #. ch1, 3dc in the next 2 spaces, ch1 3dc in the initial corner, join with sl st on top of the ch3.


Stitching the squares together:
Hold two granny square pieces together, stitch the left side using a sewing needle, stitch the right side (or left side for the right hand) leaving an opening for the thumb.
Repeat the same for the other two pieces.

The same instructions will be repeated for the top of the granny, the bottom and the thumb:

Make a magic loop,
Insert the hook in any st, ch2, dc in the next st, dc in every st around.

Once you are back to the starting point, do not sl st, yarn over, insert the hook behind the next dc and out and work your dc (1st fpst done), repeat fpst throughout the round for total of 3 rounds, fasten off.

 Repeat the same for the next piece.

That’s it, all you need to do is try it .
                                 

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