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Wharton Wristers
Pattern Number: 90645AD
Rating: *****
4.5 (based on 8 reviews)
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Wharton Wristers Reviewed by Marissa on 2012-11-28 ****
I wrote a pattern out for those of us that wanted a little more shape and to work in the round. I have big hands so this was done to my size. This pattern is fully customizable!

ch 18
Round 1-4: ch 2 17 hdc in each st, sl st in beginning ch (18 st)
Round:5: ch 2 dec 1 hdc in first stictch and last stitch hdc across (16st)
Round 6:ch 2 hdc in each st (16st)
Round 7:ch 2 hdc increase in first st and last st, hdc in each st across (18st)
Round 8:ch 2, hdc in next 3rd st, ch 4 sk next 2 st, hdc in each st across (16st and 4 ch)
Round 9: ch 2, hdc in each st across and in ch 4 space, (22 st)
Round 10:ch 2, hdc in each st across (22 st)
F/O and weave in ends

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Wharton Wristers Reviewed by barb on 2012-11-09 *****
I made these today using the reviewer's suggestion of spiral crocheting ... they are beautiful and now I am on to make a bunch more. Thank you to the reviewer who made this suggestion because I made them first according to the pattern and found the sewing of them too messy and bulky and could see them unraveling after a few wears.

Wharton Wristers Reviewed by Lorrie DiLucente on 2012-01-22 ****
I, too, used the "crochet in the round" variation on this pattern. Quick little project to use up partial skeins...

Wharton Wristers Reviewed by Katie on 2011-06-14 *****
I just started crocheting 2 days ago and these weren't too difficult! I ended up double crocheting instead of half double though

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Wharton Wristers Reviewed by Kerry on 2011-01-03 ****
This is such a fun, quick project. I had some leftover Lemongrass Quick and Easy yarn and made a set for myself and my 4 year old daughter. Great pattern!

Wharton Wristers Reviewed by NoteableNeedlework on 2010-11-20 *****
Quick, easy pattern. Used the circular tip that was mentioned before, but chained 18 in order to fit my husband's bigger hands. He loves these in black as fingerless gloves for morning drives in the winter or typing on days when the furnace decides not to work.

Wharton Wristers Reviewed by Madeleine Johnson on 2010-05-09 *****
This was a very easy and quick pattern. However, I detest sewing things together. So, I adapted this pattern to work in the round. Just chain 14, form a ring, and spiral crochet for 4.5 inches. Then, chain 3, skip 3 hdc, and work until 7 inches is reached. Simple, quick, and easy!

Wharton Wristers Reviewed by April Perlowski on 2010-04-29 ****
This was a very easy pattern and quick to make. If I make more, I will probably use a thinner yarn, since the yarn requested is rather chunky.

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