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Crochet Color Block Arm Warmers

Introducing the Crochet Color Block Arm Warmers, a stylish and cozy accessory that will keep your arms warm and add a pop of color to any outfit. These arm warmers are handcrafted using the art of crochet, ensuring a high-quality and unique piece that you won't find anywhere else. The color block design features contrasting colors that create a bold and eye-catching look, making these arm warmers a fashion statement on their own. The color block pattern adds a touch of playfulness and versatility, making it easy to pair these arm warmers with various outfits and accessories. Whether you're heading out for a casual day out or a special occasion, these arm warmers will elevate your style and keep you cozy all day long. So why settle for ordinary arm warmers when you can have the Crochet Color Block Arm Warmers that are both trendy and practical?


I used Red Heart yarn for these. I recently learnedsome people don't like Red Heart, but it crochets up nicely, there's a wide range of colors available, it's CHEAP, and it's the only yarn sold within 20 miles of my house. Texture-wise, there are a TON of ways to make it feel all soft and squishy. Google it.

You'll also need a G hook and a yarn needle.

There's no difference between right and left, so just make two of them.

The pattern is written for an adult size small. To make a larger size, add more beginning chains and proceed as usual.

Abbreviations are as follows:
ch = chain
st = stitch
sl st = slip stitch
sc = single crochet
sc3tog = single crochet three together
sc2tog = single crochet two together

Ch 25, join to make a ring.

ROUND 1: Ch 1, sc in each ch around. (25)
ROUND 2 — 8: Working in the round, sc in each st around. (25)
ROUND 9: Ch 1, turn. Since you're working in sc, you don't skip the first st like you normally would. Sc in it and the next 21 sts. (22)
ROUND 10 — 11: Repeat round 9. (22)
ROUND 12: Ch 1, turn, 2 sc in first st, sc in each st around, 2 sc in last st. Ch 6, sl st in first sc of row to join. (24 sc + 6 ch)
ROUND 13: Working in the round again, sc in each st around. (30)
ROUND 14: Sc in 13 st, sc3tog, sc in remaining st to end. (28)
ROUND 15: Sc in 23 st, sc3tog, sc2tog. (25)

Join color B. 

ROUND 16 — 25: Sc in each st around. (25)
ROUND 26: 2 sc in first st of round, sc around. (26)
ROUND 27: Sc in 12 st, 2 sc in 13th st, sc in each st to end. (27)
ROUND 28 — 30: Sc in each st around. (27)

Join color C.

Round 31 — 34: Sc in each st around. (27)
Round 35: 2 sc in first stitch and 13th st of round, 1 sc in the rest. (29)
Round 36-45: Sc in each st around. (29)

Finish off.

For the thumb holes:
Join color B. Work 18 sc around thumb hole. Join color C. Sc in each st around. Finish off.

Weave in ends.

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