Mountainside Wrist Warmers

The Mountainside Wrist Warners were featured in the Winter Fashion Blog Hop hosted by E’Claire Makery.

I was excited to be participating in one of Claire’s events again.

The Mountainside Wrist Warmers pattern is the last design in the Mountainside Collection. The collection consists of the Mountainside Hat, Mountainside Cowl, and the Mountainside Coffee Cozy.

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The Yarn

The yarn I used is Lion Brand’s Hometown Bonus Bundle in the colorways Aspen Tweed (white tweed) and Salem Creek (pink and charcoal). Any bulky weight yarn will work; Lion Brand’s Wool-Ease Thick and QuickLoops & Threads Cozy Wool, and Loops & Threads Lush Alpaca are great options.

Supplies Needed

– Approximately 129 yards of #6 weight yarn
– M/9.00 mm crochet hook
– Yarn needle
– Scissors
– Measuring tape

Stitches Used

Ch – Chain
Cl(s) – Cluster(s)
Dc – Double Crochet
FSO – Front Side Only
Hdc – Half Double Crochet
Sl St – Slip Stitch
St(s) – Stich(es)
YO – Yarn Over

Stitch Definition

Cl(s) – Cluster(s):
[The Cl is comprised of a Dc and Hdc together.]

YO, insert hook into next St, YO and pull up a loop, YO, pull through first 2 loops on hook, YO, insert hook into SAME St, YO and pull up a loop, YO and pull through all 4 loops on hook. Cluster Completed.

Pattern Notes

When doing the Ch 1, pull up the loop a little higher than you normally would.

A stitch count is listed at the end of each row.

These wrist warmers took me roughly 90 minutes total to make from start to finish. Perfect for a last-minute gift.

Can be easily adjustable to fit anyone.

Gauge & Finished Measurements

Gauge: 5 Cl x 5 rows = 4”

Size: 11” wide x 4” tall (after seamed)

Availability

The Mountainside Wrist Warmers can be purchases on Ravelry.

The Pattern

Pattern: (make 2)

LOOSELY Ch 15.
1.) Cl into 2nd Ch from the hook and each Ch across. (14) RS

2.) Turn, Ch1, Cl into the 1st Cl and each Cl across. (14)

3– 10.) Repeat row 2.

11.) Turn, Ch 1, Sc LOOSELY in each Cl across. (14)

To seam:
Fold over and line up with the starting Ch.

Right: LOOSELY Sl St (or preferred seaming technique) 1st 3 Cl of both sides together, Sl St 3 Cl FSO, Sl St remaining 8 Cl of both sides.

Left: LOOSELY Sl St (or preferred seaming technique) 1st 8 Cl of both sides together, Sl St 3 Cl FSO, Sl St remaining 3 Cl of both sides.

Finish off, weave in ends, and turn inside out so the seam is on the inside.


Interested in the other patterns in the
Mountainside Collection?

Mountainside Hat
Mountainside Cowl
Mountainside Coffee Cozy

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Mountainside Cozy

The Mountainside Coffee Cozy is the third design in the Mountainside Collection. Other designs in the collection include the Mountainside Hat, Mountainside Cowl, and the Mountainside Wrist Warmers.

Featured as the last pattern of the Crochets By Trista 2020 Gift Giving Blog Hop. To find out more click HERE.

One of my favorite things is that this cozy is versatile. It fits many different cups and containers. Look how beautiful it look on a mason jar! Throw in some string lights and you’ll have great decor for the holiday season.

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The Yarn

The yarn I used is Lion Brand’s Hometown Bonus Bundle in the colorways Aspen Tweed (white tweed) and Salem Creek (pink and charcoal). Any bulky weight yarn will work; Lion Brand’s Wool-Ease Thick and QuickLoops & Threads Cozy Wool, and Loops & Threads Lush Alpaca are great options.

Supplies Needed

– Approximately 50 yards of #6 weight yarn
– M/9.00 mm crochet hook
– Yarn needle
– Scissors
– Measuring tape

Stitches Used

Ch – Chain
Cl(s) – Cluster(s)
Dc – Double Crochet
Hdc – Half Double Crochet
Sl St – Slip Stitch
St(s) – Stich(es)
YO – Yarn Over

Stitch Definitions

Cl(s) – Cluster(s):
[The Cl is comprised of a Dc and Hdc together.]

YO, insert hook into next St, YO and pull up a loop, YO, pull through first 2 loops on hook, YO, insert hook into SAME St, YO and pull up a loop, YO and pull through all 4 loops on hook. Cluster Completed.

Pattern Notes

When doing the Ch 1, pull up the loop a little higher than you normally would. This helps to not have the first cluster tight and have the seam noticeable.

Availability

The Mountainside Coffee Cozy is available to purchase on Ravelry.

The Pattern

LOOSELY Ch 13.

1.) Cl into 2nd Ch from the hook and each Ch across.
Join with a Sl St to 1st Cl. (12)

2.) Turn, Ch 1, Cl in 1st Cl and each Cl around.
Join with a Sl St to the 1st Cl. (12)

3-5.) Repeat round 2 or until desired height.

6.) Ch 1, LOOSELY Sc in each Cl around.

Join with a Sl St to the 1st Sc. (12)

Finish off and weave in ends.


Interested in the other patterns in the Mountainside Collection?
Mountainside Hat
Mountainside Cowl


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Mountainside Cowl

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The Mountainside Cowl is the second pattern from the Mountainside Collection. Designs in the collection include a hat, cowl, wrist warmers (fingerless gloves), and a cup cozy.

Featured in the Ambassador Crochet Seasons of Joy Gift Giving Blog Hop. A series of crochet designers offering a free pdf download of a crochet gift using bulky weight yarn.

The Yarn

The yarn I used is Lion Brand’s Hometown Bonus Bundle in the colorways Aspen Tweed (white tweed) and Salem Creek (pink and charcoal). Any bulky weight yarn will work; Lion Brand’s Wool-Ease Thick and QuickLoops & Threads Cozy Wool, and Loops & Threads Lush Alpaca are great options.

Gauge and Final Measurements

Gauge: 5 Cl x 5 rows = 4″ square

Final Measurements: 13″ tall x 19″ wide

Supplies Needed

– Approximately 250 yards of #6 weight yarn
– M/9.00 mm crochet hook
– Yarn needle
– Scissors
– Measuring tape

Stitches Used

Ch – Chain
Cl(s) – Cluster(s)
Dc – Double Crochet
Hdc – Half Double Crochet
Sl St – Slip Stitch
St(s) – Stich(es)
YO – Yarn Over

Stitch Definition

Cl(s) – Cluster(s):
[The Cl is comprised of a Dc and Hdc together.]

YO, insert hook into next St, YO and pull up a loop, YO, pull through first 2 loops on hook, YO, insert hook into SAME St, YO and pull up a loop, YO and pull through all 4 loops on hook. Cluster Completed.

Pattern Notes

When doing the Ch 1, pull up the loop a little higher than you normally would. This helps to not have the first cluster tight and have the seam noticeable.

Availability

An ad-free pdf is available to purchase on Ravelry.

The Pattern

LOOSELY Ch 51.

Round 1.) Cl into 2nd Ch from the hook and each Ch across.
Join with a Sl St to 1st Cl. (50)

Round 2.) Turn, Ch 1, Cl in 1st Cl and each Cl around.
Join with a Sl St to the 1st Cl. (50)

Rounds 3. – 17.) Repeat round 2.

Finish off and weave in ends.


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Mountainside Hat

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The Mountainside Hat is the first pattern from the Mountainside Collection. Designs in the collection include a hat, cowl, wrist warmers (fingerless gloves), and a cup cozy.

The Mountainside Hat can be made as a traditional hat or a messy bun style.

The Yarn

The yarn I used is Lion Brand’s Hometown Bonus Bundle in the colorways Aspen Tweed (white tweed) and Salem Creek (pink and charcoal). Any super bulky weight yarn will work; Lion Brand’s Wool-Ease Thick and Quick, Loops & Threads Cozy Wool, and Loops & Threads Lush Alpaca are great options.

Supplies Needed

For the hat you will need:

– Approximately 100 yards of #6 weight yarn
– M/9.00 mm crochet hook
– Yarn needle
– Scissors
– Measuring tape
– Pompom (optional)
– Elastic hair tie (for messy bun style)

Stitches Used

Ch – Chain
Cl(s) – Cluster(s)
Dc – Double Crochet
Hdc – Half Double Crochet
Mc – Magic Circle
Sc – Single Crochet
Sl St – Slip Stitch
St(s) – Stich(es)
YO – Yarn Over

Gauge and Final Measurements

Gauge: 5 Cl x 5 rows = 4″ square

Final Measurements: 8″ tall x 11″ wide

Stitch Definition

Cl(s) – Cluster(s):
[The Cl is comprised of a Dc and Hdc together.]

YO, insert hook into next St, YO and pull up a loop, YO, pull through first 2 loops on hook, YO, insert hook into SAME St, YO and pull up a loop, YO and pull through all 4 loops on hook. Cluster Completed.

Pattern Notes

When doing the Ch 1, pull up the loop a little higher than you normally would. This helps to not have the first cluster tight and have the seam noticeable.

Availability

Find out how you can get your Mountainside Hat pattern for free HERE.

An ad-free pdf is available to purchase on Ravelry.

The Pattern

In MC or around an elastic hairband.

1.) Ch1, 6Cls. Sl St into 1st Cl. (6)

2.) Turn, Ch1, 2Cl in 1st Cl, and each Cl around. Sl St into 1st Cl. (12)

3.) Turn, Ch 1, Cl in 1St Cl, 2Cls in the next Cl, Cl in next Cl, 2Cls in next St, repeat around. Sl St into 1st Cl. (18)

4.) Turn, Ch 1, Cl in 1st Cl, Cl in next Cl, 2Cls in next Cl, Cl in next 2 Cls, 2Cl in next St, repeat around. Sl St into 1st Cl. (24)

5.) Turn, Ch 1, Cl in 1st Cl, Cl in next 2 Cls, 2Cls in next Cl, Cl in next 3 Cls, 2Cls in next Cl, repeat around. Sl St into 1st Cl. (30)

6.) Turn, Ch 1, Cl in 1st Cl and each Cl around. Sl St into 1st Cl. (30)

Repeat round 6 until approximately 7” tall or desired height.

Ch 1, LOOSELY Sc in each Cl around. (30)

Ch 1, LOOSELY Sc in each Cl around. (30)

Finish off and weave in ends.


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Pearl Beanie – Free Crochet Pattern

One of my goals when I started designing was to have a featured hat pattern in the Sweet Potato 3 Crochet Cancer Challenge. In 2014 Christine started the Crochet Cancer Challenge to bring the crochet community together to support those battling cancer. You can read more about the Crochet Cancer Challenge here. A FAQ section is also provided at the bottom of this post, just scroll to the bottom.

The Yarn

This year Christine asked that the designers use the color of the particular cancer ribbon we’d like to help bring awareness to. I decided on pink for breast cancer.

I’ve known a few people who have battled breast cancer. Some are currently in remission and almost back to normal and some have lost their battle.

One of the people who has lost their battle to breast cancer was my aunt’s best friend Mary. Mary was an amazing artist and calligraphist; I was fortunate enough to be gifted a few of her projects when I was younger. She unfortunately passed away in March of 2012.

A breast cancer survivor that I know is someone who holds a special place in my son’s life, his kindergarten teacher. She is currently in remission and just as healthy as anyone else. With the current health crisis here in the United States, I was worried that she wouldn’t be teacher this year. When we got word that she would be returning to teach kindergarten this year we were all very excited.

The yarn I used was Big Twist Value in the colorway Bubblegum. After searching all 4 of the local stores that carry yarn, I went back to Joann’s to grab this one. It was the best pink that was soft enough and would help showcase the texture of the stitches in the beanie.

Supplies

– 150 yards of worsted weight yarn
– H/5.00mm crochet hook
– Yarn needle
– Measuring Tape
– Scissors
– Pompom (optional)

Stitches Used

Blo – Back Loop Only
Ch –Chain
Hdc – Half Double Crochet
Mc – Magic Circle
Sc – Single Crochet
Sk – Skip
Sl St – Slip Stitch
Tr – Treble Crochet

Gauge and Sizes

Gauge: 14 Sts x 12 rows = 4”


Sizes: Finished circumference
Adult Small – 20.5” (listed below)
Adult Large – 22” (available on pdf)

Pattern Notes

– Worked in rounds.
– A stitch count for each row has been provided.
– Diameter measurement after round 7 is 6” across the middle.
– The finished beanie is stretchy and creates a comfortable fit.

The Pattern

Adult Small

1) 10 Hdc in MC, connect to 1st Hdc with Sl St. (10)

2) Turn, Ch 1, (Sc, Tr) in 1st St and each St around. Join with Sl St to 1st St. (20)

3) Turn, Ch 1, Hdc in 1st St, 2Hdc in next St, *Hdc in next St, 2Hdc in next St, * repeat around. Join with Sl St to 1st St. (30)

4) Turn, Ch 1, (Sc, Tr) in 1St St, Sk next St, (Sc, Tr) in next St, *(Sc, Tr) in next St, Sk next St, (Sc, Tr) in next St, * repeat around. Join with a Sl St to 1st St. (40)

5) Turn, Ch 1, Hdc in 1st 3 Sts, 2Hdc in next St, *Hdc in next 3 Sts, 2Hdc in next St, * repeat around. Join with Sl St to 1st St. (50)

6) Turn, Ch 1, (Sc, Tr) in 1St St, Sk next St, (Sc, Tr) in next St, Sk next St (Sc, Tr) in next St, *[(Sc, Tr) in next St, Sk next St,] 2 times, (Sc, Tr) in next St, * repeat around. Join with a Sl St to 1st St. (60)

7) Turn, Ch 1, Hdc in 1st 5 Sts, 2Hdc in next St, *Hdc in next 5 Sts, 2Hdc in next St, * repeat around. Join with Sl St to 1st St. (70)

8) Turn, Ch 1, (Sc, Tr) in 1St St, Sk next St, *(Sc, Tr) in next St, Sk next St, * repeat around. Join with Sl St to 1st St. (70)

9) Turn, Ch 1, Hdc in 1st St and each St around. Join with Sl St to 1st St. (70)

Repeat rounds 8 & 9 until desired length, 7” for beanie or 12” for slouch style. Move on to the brim.

An adult large made for a looser fit and 10″ tall for a more mid-slouch look.

Brim

Ch 6

1) Sc in 2nd Ch from the hook and each Ch across. (5)

2) Sl St into the next 2 Sts of hat.

3) Turn, Ch 1, Sc in Blo of 1st St and each St across. (5)

4) Turn, Ch 1, Sc in Blo of 1st St and each St across. (5)

Repeat rows 2-4 around the edge of the hat. Sl St to starting Ch.
Finish off. Weave in all ends.

Availability

The ad-free PDF is available to purchase on Ravelry and Etsy.

FAQ’s

  • Information explaining what the Crochet Cancer Challenge is, click HERE.
  • What type of hat should I make? What Sizes? Where do I get the patterns? Click HERE.
  • Yarn Recommendations to use for the hats, click HERE.
  • Where should I donate my hats, click HERE.
  • A fun start early project you can add to your hats, click HERE.
  • Challenge others to join and get tags you can print for your hats, click HERE.

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