Wrist Warmers Crochet Pattern

Janne Kleivset
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You’re going to love this wrist warmers crochet pattern.

To crochet wrist warmers are super easy & can be made with any crochet stitch.

What I love about these crochet wrist warmers is the fact that they show of the broomstick lace stitch beautifully!

This stitch requires that you use both a crochet hook & yarn, as well as a “broomstick”. That can be anything really, but for this specific pattern I’ve used a 15 mm knitting needle.

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The Yarn

To crochet this pattern I used 100 % Alpaca yarn.

The reason behind my choice this time around was honestly the fact that I had some scrap yarn in my yarn stash. Using thin yarn for this project makes them easy & light to wear.

The thin yarn also makes the broomstick lace stitch look amazing.

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Behind this 1 hour or less crochet pattern you won’t find a big design idea, but a cute one.

It’s made with the purpose of letting you try a completely new crochet stitch, without having to embark on a big, time consuming crochet project.

There’s no complex increases or decreases on this pattern, just crocheting back & forth in rows.

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How Long Does It Take To Crochet That?

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About The Pattern

This is a great wrist warmers crochet pattern showcasing the broomstick lace stitch. These are perfect to keep you warm all winter. They’re also amazing & stylish to any occasion.

Give them your own look with your choice of color. This crochet pattern is also perfect for anyone who wants to make a unique quick gift.

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Project Level 

Easy Skill Level

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Materials Needed

Crochet Hook

Size 3.5 mm / US: E – 4 / UK: –

Hook I used: Symphonie Rose Crochet Hooks from Knitpro


Yarn used:

Filcolana – Indiecita.

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Yarn amount used: 

<1 skein <50 g / <160 m / <175 yards.

Yarn characteristics:

Other Materials Needed


Measured with dc stitches 14 stitches per 10 cm / 4”.

Measured on broomstick lace stitches combination*:  9 rows per 10 cm / 4”.

Counts broomstick row & dc row as 1 each.


  • This crochet pattern is written in US terms.
  • All measurements given are unblocked.
  • Note that measurements are given as exact as possible. But crochet tension & technique might give variations in the result, that changes from person to person.
  • Read pattern instructions carefully before beginning to make sure you understand everything. It might save you hours frogging your work & crocheting it again!
  • Make a swatch that measure at least 10 x 10 cm / 4 x 4 inches using the stitch the gauge is given for. If your swatch matches the gauge, you’re good to go. If the gauge is wrong, you might need to change your hook. Go up in crochet hook size if your stitches are smaller & go down in crochet hook size if your stitches are bigger. Learn more about testing gauge.
  • Check yarn info if you want to find an alternative or test your yarn against the gauge. Learn more about substituting yarn.
  • This pattern is written for 1 size, however size adjustments are suggested under the heading “Size & Measurements”.
  • At the end of each row, the stitch count is given in parenthesis.

Size & Measurements

Width (1/2 of the circumference): 10 cm /3.9 inches.

Length (from the thumb to wrist): 9 cm /3.5 inches.

*Measured with the wrist warmer laying on a flat surface.

Circumference: 20 cm / 7.9 inches

Size Adjustments

  • Make the wrist warmers longer or shorter by adding or reducing the number of stitches you make before you start row 1.
  • Adjust the circumference by adding or reducing the number of rows you crochet.


We try our best to include all crochet abbreviations in the list above for the crochet pattern, but sometimes we may forget one or two.

Learn more about crochet abbreviations & find a complete list on our Crochet Abbreviations & Terms post.

Stitches You Will Need 

You will need to use the “Broomstick Lace Stitch”, slip stitches, single crochet stitches & double crochet stitches.


See tutorial for the stitch here.

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Wrist Warmers Crochet Pattern Instructions

Crocheted in rows widthwise.

Ch 21 st.

Row 1: Sc in 3rd ch from hook (1st sk st counts as 1st ch on this row, 2nd skipped stitch counts as last stitch on ch row), sc 1 in all ch until end of row, turn (=20 st).

Row 2: With a “Broomstick” draw up a loop and move to the broomstick from the BL all st from prev row, turn (= 20 loops on broomstick).

Row 3: Move 5 loops from the “broomstick” over to the crochet hook, tighten with sl st 1 around the 5 loops, ch 2 st (counts as 1 dc), dc 4 st around the same loops, *Move the next 5 loops from “Broomstick” over to the crochet hook, tighten with sl st 1 around the 5 loops,  dc 5 st around the same 5 loops*. Repeat from * to * until end of row (= 20 dc st, sl st made on this row doesn’t count).

Row 4: With a “Broomstick” draw up a loop and add to the broomstick from BL of all dc st from previous row.

Repeat row 3 & 4 until you have crocheted 19 rows.

Fasten off & cut yarn.


Fold double & seam the wrist warmers together, forming a tube.

Fasten threads & weave in ends.

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Janne Kleivset

Janne Kleivset

Founder, Crochet Pattern Designer & Owner of Joy of Motion Crochet.

Janne has helped millions of crocheters find their next crochet project with more than 250 free crochet patterns and 110 crochet tutorials on her blog.

With more than two decades of crochet experience, and crochet designing since 2011, she's been featured on multiple prominent sites such as Lion Brand Yarn, in crochet magazines and the OML "Make" book.

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