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Spidey Warmers

At long last, here is the pattern for the Spidey Warmers! I ended up not being able to get them to the boys til last week-ish, and I had to get their sister to take photos for me to post here. So thanks Jaimie!!
Aren't they adorable? As you can see, I made two sets in different colors for them, but the pattern is for the red with blue trim. To make the others, just swap out the colors. Easy as pie!

First off: much thanks and credit to the creativeyarn blog, as I used her free pattern as a basis for mine. Thank you!!!!!

This pattern has not been tested, so if you find mistakes please let me know so I may correct them!

Spidey Warmers
F Hook
Red Heart Super Saver

Begin with Blue
Ch 25, join (do not twist chain!)
Row One: Ch 1, HDC around, join
Row Two: Ch1, HDC around, join
Switch to Red
Row Three: Ch3, DC in next st, ch 1, skip next st, DC in next two st. Repeat around, join
Row Four: Ch4. Skip next st, DC in next two st. Ch1, skip next st, DC in next two st. Repeat around. DC in space beside ch – join to 3st in chain
Rows Five-Eight: Repeat rows Three & Four until 6 rows of red are completed.
Row Nine: Sl st in 2 st, ch3, DC, ch1, skip next st, dc in next two st, repeat around, 1 DC in last st
Row Ten: Ch3, DC, ch1, skip next st, Dc in next two st, last DC in 3rd st of previous row’s chain
Row Eleven: Ch 4 to close thumb hole, join to third ch
Row Twelve: Ch 3, DC in ch4, ch1, skip next st, dc in next 2 st, repeat, join
Row Thirteen: Ch4. Skip next st, DC in next two st. Ch1, skip next st, DC in next two st. Repeat around. DC in space beside ch – join to 3st in chain
Switch to Blue
Row Fourteen: HDC in each DC and ch1 space around. Join. Finish off


  1. Loving these handwarmers. Will make it for my 3 yo. Will post pictures on Ravelry when done! Thank you for this pattern!

  2. does the ch1 count at the beginning of your rows?

  3. Hi there! :)

    No, the ch1 does not count.

  4. Hi, thank you so much for this! I made a pair for a little boy's birthday to go with a simple beanie, he's crazy about Spiderman. Thank you so much!!!!!
    Row 10, is it supposed to be ch 3, turn? That's what I did anyway, to make the thumbhole.

    1. Hi there (and sorry for the delayed reply)! Yes, you did it correctly! I'll bet it was a cute gift, and I'm sure he loved it very much! :)


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