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Elizabeth Bennet's Lacy Hand Warmers

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Enjoy a nice warm cup of tea while you wear these lovely handwarmers.  Modeled after a beloved Jane Austen hero, Elizabeth Bennet's Lacy Hand Warmers are perfect for lovers of all things vintage.  With a sweet little bow to tie off these precious hand warmers, these fingerless gloves are perfect for girls of all ages and would make a wonderful gift for any reason or occasion.  You can work these gloves up in a weekend and have them ready to wear in no time at all.

Elizabeth Bennet's Lacy Hand Warmers

Materials:

  • 4.50mm Crochet Hook
  • 8ply Yarn
  • Scissors
  • Tapestry/ Wool Needle
  • 40 cm Ribbon

 

Instructions:

  1. Taking your hook and wool make a Slip Knot then chain 30 Chain Stitches.  Join to first chain with a Slip Stitch, but be very careful not to twist the chain!
     
  2. Row 1 Chain 2 then Half Double Crochet in each chain all the way around. Join with slip stitch to the second chain of the last stitch.

    Elizabeth Bennet's Lacy Hand Warmers
     
  3. Row 2,3,4,5,6  Chain up 2. Half double crochet in every stitch all the way around. Join with slip stitch to the second chain of the last stitch.  {If you have larger hands you can easily make the palm/hand space longer by adding a few more rows.}
     
  4. Row 7  Chain up 2. Half double crochet in the next 9 stitches. Now it's time to make the hole for the thumb. Chain 4 then skip next 4 stitches. Half double crochet in the  remaining stitches. As always, join with a slip stitch to the second chain of the last stitch.

    Elizabeth Bennet's Lacy Hand Warmers

    Elizabeth Bennet's Lacy Hand Warmers
     
  5. Row 8-15 Chain up 2. Half double crochet in every stitch all the way around. Join with slip stitch to the second chain of the last stitch.  If you would like your gloves to be longer, just simply add more rows!
     
  6. Row 16 Now turn your work so that the wrong side is now facing you. Chain 3 then double crochet into the first stitch. Slip stitch into the next stitch. Now it's time to have some fun making the edging! Start by yarning over, then insert your hook through the next stitch, yarn over again and pull back through the stitch. Now you have 3 loops on your crochet hook.

    Elizabeth Bennet's Lacy Hand Warmers
     
  7. Now yarn over again and pull through 2 of those 3 loops on the hook. Now you have 2 loops left. Yarn over again and insert your hook into the SAME stitch. Yarn over and pull the loop back through the stitch. Now you have 4 loops. Yarn over and pull through all of them.
     
  8. Slip stitch in the next stitch. Continue to do this till you reach the end. Then fasten off!
     
  9. Now if you want your gloves to look super cute, weave a thin piece of ribbon through the stitches near the bottom of the glove!

    Elizabeth Bennet's Lacy Hand Warmers

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