I am so happy today, to bring you a guest post by the lovely Miss Stina.
It’s inspired me to get out my crochet hooks and learn a new skill. Thanks so much!
My name is Stina and I have a blog called Her Name Was Greta. Beks made a great guest post at my blog during the xmas craze, which was a total blessing, and now I got the chance to give back a little. I’m very excited to be sharing my wrist warmer pattern with you, the readers of Polka-dots & Sparkles. The pattern is pretty basic and can easily be adapted to your personal taste. It’s not too hard to figure out if you’re a beginner and only uses two different stitches. I hope you’ll like the pattern and if you make a pair, or 20, please share links or photos! I’d love to see your take on it!
1-2 skeins of DK yarn
a thin yarn in your colour of choice
4 mm hook
Wrist Warmers Pattern
To make sure your tube is wide enough to fit your wrist comfortably, test is after a few rows. If it’s too tight, start over and chain a few more stitches, if it’s too loose, chain a few less.
Crochet another one!