How to crochet really warm leg warmers, cable stitch, tassels – easy for beginners, written pattern

June 18, 2021 by No Comments



How to crochet Leg Warmers, easy and quick step by step pattern for beginners + free written pattern. Make a pair with this wonderful cocoon wrap:

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LEG WARMERS Directions

For this M size you will need:

LANG YARNS, Merino 50 – 100% virgin wool, merino extrafine, super-wash, 90m/100g – 3 skeins

LANG YARNS, Merino 70 – 100% virgin wool, merino extrafine, super-wash, 70m/59g – 0.5 skein

For this pattern you will need 8.00 and 7.00 mm crochet hooks.

These Leg Warmers are made as one part, from bottom up.

Size: M this can easily be adapted to a smaller size or bigger size just by reducing or increasing the number of chains and rows for the leg warmers and as well as making less or more chains in the foundation chain.

Difficulty Level: Level 1 – Easy, for beginners

US crochet term:
SlSt – slip stitch
CH/s – chain/s
SC – simple crochet
HDC – half double crochet
DC – double crochet
FPDC – front post double crochet
BPDC – back post double crochet

SK – skip
T – turn
ST/s – stitch(es)
REP – repeat
YO – yarn over

Special stitches used: front post double crochet (fpdc) and back post double crochet (bpdc)

Front and back post crochet stitches are used to create wonderful texture in crochet. Instead of making your stitch through the loops at the top of the stitch, you make it around the stitch. Everything else stays the same. The most challenging things about crochet post stitches are knowing where and how to insert the hook. There are front post stitches and back post stitches.

For front post double crochet stitches (fpdc): yarn over, insert your hook from front to back then from back to front around post of stitch indicated, yarn over, pull through stitch, then finish your double crochet as normal, yarn over, pull through 2 lps, yarn over, pull through last 2 lps

For back post double crochet stitches (bpdc): yarn over, you insert your hook from back to front then from front to back around post stitch indicated, yarn over, pull through stitch, then finish your double crochet as normal, yarn over, pull through 2 lps, yarn over, pull through last 2 lps

Pattern Notes

1) The direction shown are for M size but can be easily converted into bigger size or smaller size – just measure your starting foundation chain shorter or longer.

2) In my project: A Ch 3 at beg of the row counts as dc in the 1st row only.

3) Join rows by sl st to create rounds.

4) Work from bottom up. Make borders at the bottom and at the top. Create a drawstring and tassels on the top.

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