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"50"/Fifty Shades of "Crocheted" Grey to keep your hands warm - Vintage Inspired Hand Muff / Warmer with Detachable Flower!

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Step 3: Crochet Grey Hand Muff / Warmer

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Crochet Muff / Hand Warmer
Crochet Muff / Hand Warmer
All three grey yarns used are double knit 100% acrylic yarn. I then doubled the yarn. This creates a nice thickness and even weight.

Depending on how fast you are as a crocheter this project can easily be completed in a day or you can choose to do a little at a time over a longer period.

I have used UK Pattern Terminology below, for the conversion please click on the following link: http://crochet.about.com/od/conversioncharts/a/termtranslate.htm

I used a 5.00mm sized crochet hook
There are approximately "50" crochet stitches going across and "50" crochet  rows measuring 14inches by 14 inches.

Stitches:
CH - chain
SC - single crochet
ST - stitch

Technique Used: Ribbing - I am very much a freestyle crocheter so if you are ribbing for the first time, I would suggest researching crochet ribbing online for a couple of minutes before starting the pattern.

(I won't refer to colours here as you may use your own desired colours, which may be one or more colours).

Ch 51
Sc in 2nd ch from hook and in each st across to end, after sc in last st ch 1 turn
*Sc in each st loop (furthest away from you) across (50 sc) ch 1 turn*
Repeat from * to * until you have 50 rows.

If you are adding in different colours, I suggest cutting off the ends of each colour as you go along (as seen in photo).






 
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