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Get ready, winter is coming!

As it is said, Winter is Coming! So why not make something to keep yourself or someone else warm while looking stylish at the same time! This hand warmer muff is just the thing, AND, AND, the the pattern is free!

Powder Muff Girl - out and about!

Powder Muff Girl was designed with warmth in mind. Perfect to gift or keep for yourself. Super soft, warm and trendy; this hand muff is a timeless winter ensemble showpiece. This hand muff is a fast work-up and versatile in construction. The inner part of the muff is worked first and then the outer design is worked, which can be anything from plaid, dropped stitches, color pooling or whatever else you can think up! One size fits most for child and adult. Grab some yarn and a hook and get started on this fun project!!

This is such a versatile pattern, but it is worked inside out. First you work the center (the warm stuff) and then you work the outer part - which is where you can let the designer in you soar!

What you will need:

  1. Bernat Blanket, 10.5 oz/300g, 220 yds/201m; super bulky (if you are creating the pattern as is, you will need three colors - one of each)

  2. Crochet hook - size N/9mm or whatever gets you guage

  3. large eye tapestry needle

  4. sharps

GAUGE: 7 sc and 8 rows in a 4″

Pattern information:

Color 1: C1

Color 2: C2

Color 3: C3

Chain: ch

Double crochet: dc

Single crochet: sc

Slip Stitch: sl

Triple crochet: tr

Pattern Instructions:

Using C1, ch 19

Row 1: Dc in second ch from hook and across - 18 dc.

Row 2: Ch 2, dc in each dc across - 18 dc.

Repeat row 2 until the piece measures 11 inches in height. Fasten off.

Fold in half lengthwise and sl or sew edges together.

Ruffles *work ruffles on both ends*

Using C1, attach yarn to either end of the piece, *sc, ch 2, sc* in joining stitch; repeat from * across the row, sl in first sc, turn - 36 sc and 18 ch 2 spaces.

Row 2: Ch 1, *sc, ch 2, sc* in the ch-2 space, repeat from * in each ch 2 space across the row until you reach the first sc, sl in this sc. - 36 sc and 18 ch 2 spaces.

Fasten off.
inside portion
Making the outside design

(Checkerboard – C2: Black; C3: Turquoise)

Using C2, chain 19.

Row 1 (RS): Tr in the second stitch from the hook and in the next two sts; change to C3, tr in the next three sts. Repeat this alternation across the row, carrying the yarn from each color along the way.

Row 2 (WS): starting with C3 (if previous tr is black, this row starts with turquoise; ch does not count as a stitch), tr in the next three tr. Repeat this alternation across the row, carrying the yarn from each color along the way until the piece measures 11 inches in length.

Fasten off.

Attaching the outer piece to the inner piece

With tapestry needle or slip stitch, seam together outer piece around inner piece.

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