Nobody likes cold hands and feet, and I’ve got a couple really cute, creative patterns for keeping your important extremities warm this winter. Whether you want your hands to look like sheep, be covered in fringe, or to channel your favorite American Girl Doll, there is a little something for everyone in this group of patterns!
Warm Hands & Feet!
Patterns include, top left to right: Granny Square Muff, WORK+SHELTER Hand Warmers, Down Arm Warmers. Bottom left to right: Hyde Park Leg Warmers and Boot Cuffs, Sheep Mittens!, and Twin Cities Anklets.
Use coupon code HandsAndFeet25 at checkout to get 25% off!
My Hands and Feet sale ends this Sunday November 29nd at midnight, so shop now (made easy by this new Hands and Feet Bundle on Ravelry!) and be ready for winter!
When I was little I wanted an American Girl Doll SO BAD! Samantha, the Victorian era doll, was my favorite, and part of what I liked so much about her was her amazing plaid cape, fuzzy white hat and matching muff. This love intensified when my elementary school frememy not only got Samantha for as a birthday present at her American Girl Doll themed birthday party, but also the matching fuzzy muff she could wear! It was torture!
20+ years later and I’ve finally gotten my revenge with this ridiculously awesome and way better than a fuzzy white muff Granny Square Muff pattern. Crocheted granny squares seamed together and assembled around a knit lining to keep your hands extra warm.
Eat your heart out, Samantha.
Granny Square Muff!
GRANNY SQUARE MUFF PATTERN
Finished Size Muff is 12 1/2” wide and 7” tall.
Yarn About 500 yards of worsted weight yarn. This is a great stash busting project if you want to make all your granny squares different colors, otherwise get a couple healthy skeins. Main color as shown requires about 300 yards.
Granny Squares FTW!
Needles Size G (6 mm) crochet hook, size 8 (5 mm) knitting needles, and 2 size 11 (8 mm) double pointed needles.
Notions Tapestry needle.
The Knit Lining! Muff Inside Out.
For lining in MC and with size 8 needles, 14 sts and 21 rows = 4” square in St st.
Ravelry Pattern Page