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“I made several of these for family and”
This is a computer wrist guard which doubles up as a wrist pincushion. Wear one on your wrist when you are at the computer to lessen the discomfort and soreness on your wrist. When you are ready to do your sewing, just turn it around the wrist and voila! there you have it, a sweet little pincushion so handy and convenient.
This pincushion is suitable for inner wrist circumference of up to 7.5 inches (~19.1 cm). Depending on the type of yarn used, the strap can be somewhat stretchy and can accomodate larger wrist. If you want a smaller circumference, just adjust the position of the snap button or velcro (whichever you prefer), and the guard can fit around your wrist snuggly.
If you know basic crocheting skills like slip stitch, single crochet, reverse single crochet, working in rows, working in rounds, etc, then this pattern is for you.
Also included are detailed instructions and pictures for reverse single crochet and the crocheted flower.
This pattern consists of 7 pages. It comes with many pictures detailing the different stages of crocheting. A little amount of polyfill is needed for padding.
The acrylic yarn I used is 18 wraps per inch and hence is categorised under 'fine' yarn. Wraps per inch (or WPI) is a measure of the grist or the thickness of a yarn.
*Note: These are downloadable instructions for making crochet wrist cushion/pincushion. Since it is a download, a window will open to download and when you are signed into your user account at the time of purchase, it will also be located in the "My Library" section of your user account immediately after purchase.
Selling of the finished item is allowed. Mass production of the item for selling is strictly prohibited.
DO NOT redistribute, resell, and/or translate PATTERN into another language for reselling.
•Acrylic Yarn (Your choice of colors. In this instructions, I used deep green and light green yarn for the wrist guard and a medium green yarn for the centre of the crocheted flower).
•Crochet hook (size needed for your yarn type)
•Velcro/a set of snap buttons (your choice)
•A pair of scissors
I made several of these for family and