Thursday, January 11, 2018

Free Larksfoot Warmers Pattern

 
 
Officially, the Larksfoot crochet pattern is the most used pattern this past fall / winter in my work. It is addictive and combined with this Nako yarn it is impressively attractive.
 
I used it to make these fingerless warmers (or cuffs). They are (almost) one size fits all because they are worked lengthwise and being long, one can adjust the closure according to own's measurements.
 
 
 
These measure 22 cm / 8.7" in length and 10.5cm / 4.1" in width crocheted with sport yarn (Nako's Vals) and a 1.9 steel hook.
 
Pattern: ch 49 and work the Larksfoot pattern until desired width is achieved. To make the upper edge, ch 4 to make a picot, sk 1 and sl st in the next st across.
 
Add decorative buttons so that you can wear them with the buttons up or at the sides.
 
 
 
 


7 comments:

Alhana said...

I am a big fan of larksfoot stitch and don't mind seeing it this year again on your blog. :-) The yarn you chose for these cuffs makes the stitch stand out beautifully. My hands are small and finding gloves that fit is difficult, I loved your tip. Thank you for sharing the pattern!

Maya Kuzman said...

I have some shawls/scarves made using this stitch which I finished two months ago but have to exit the photos yet.After these warmers I think I am going to retire the pattern for a while:)

Marjan Hoebeke-Pfaff said...

Awesome colourways! And I love those button! Wristwarmers always come in handy!

Maya Kuzman said...

I love wearing mine :)

myrica said...

So nice pattern, and wristwarmers are so good to have, nice yarn you have.
Have a nice weekend.

Michelle Leslie said...

That yarn is really beautiful Maya and wrist warmers are always so practical. Just slip on or off depending on the weather. Where did you find those gorgeous butterfly buttons?

Maya Kuzman said...

Thank you Michelle. I ordered the buttons from e-bay. Adorable aren't they? :)