Keep-Me-Warm Leg Warmers - Crochet

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Pattern Notes:

This pattern is worked in rounds starting from the top of the leg warmer. Each round ends with a slst to the top of the first stitch in the beginning of round. This pattern is designed to sit right above the knee and down to cover the top of your arch. The pattern can adjusted by increasing/decreasing the width of the band with increments of 2 sts. See notes on measurements below.




Finished Measurements:

Top and bottom bands (folded flat): 4.5in

Ribbing: 1.5in

Full Length: 26in

To estimate if the top band will fit, ch the first 55st and wrap it around your knee, this should be snug (it will loosen up a bit as you begin to work the pattern). If it is too tight/loose, increase/decrease by 2st increments. The pattern from that point remains the same.


Materials:


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· 3.00mm crochet hook

· DK weight yarn 2x 274yds skeins

o Vidalana Lofti DK

o 48% Merino Wool, 32% Organic Pima Cotton, 20% Baby Alpaca

o 274 yds (250 m) / 100 g

o 410 yards (375 m) used / 2 skeins needed


Skill Level: Beginner: requires only basic stitches to be completed.


Gauge:

24 Stitches by 16 rows = 4” (10 cm) on 3.0 mm crochet hook


Abbreviations:

Slst: Slip Stitch

Ch: chain

Dc: Double crochet

FPDC: Front post double crochet

BPDC : Back post double crochet


Pattern:

The pattern can be downloaded from my Ravelry store right here!




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