Hello my lovely readers! I hope you are having a lovely week. I’ve been a tad obsessed with arm warmers lately. It’s so nice to sit at my computer (in my chilly office) and have warm hands while I type. I have several designs in the works, and I have found several more online that I am dying to make for myself. I get cold hands, but I like to crochet in my downtime, so mittens or gloves are not an option. I decided to round-up some of my favorite crochet arm warmers and fingerless gloves in a nice, neat list. Be sure to give these a try!
1. Starburst Granny Square Arm Warmers – Whistle and Ivy
2. Adeline Fingerless Mitts – Crochet Dreamz
3. Cables Wrist Warmers – All About Ami
4. Moroccan Midnight Fingerless Mitts – Moogly
5. Fingerless Mittens – Sweet Living Magazine
6. Fingerless Gloves – Crejjtion
7. Dainty Bow Arm Warmers – Whistle and Ivy
8. All Grown Up Arm Warmers – Moogly
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Hi, I was looking for a pattern for my disabled Mom. She is constantly bruising her forearms while in the bathroom transferring from her wheelchair. I was looking for something that would go from wrist to elbow. She needs to be free to use her hands, so I don’t think fingerless gloves with the thumb will work. One of her hands is also paralyzed in a “grip” position, so that wouldn’t work with that arm either. Do you have a pattern for something from the wrist to the elbow? Your input is appreciated. I am a beginner crochet(er?), so not confident that I can modify patterns at this point. Thanks, Anna
These might work for her, they are a sleeve with no thumbhole
I’m usually cool within building during summer. I’ll see if works. Its pretty.. Without wearing long sleeve
Thanks. I am the same way! The air conditioning is too cold for me to be comfortable.
The Arm-warmers are such a lovely idea. Will stop my kids from making thumb holes in the sleeves of their T-shirts. I am definitely going to try making a pair.
Thank you! Ha! Kids can be stinkers ;)