The Bauble Leg Warmers – Free Crochet Pattern

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Bauble Leg Warmers - Free Crochet Pattern

Bauble Leg Warmers – Free Crochet Pattern

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I must give credit to my wonderful daughter for this pattern. One day, she saw me wearing my Bauble Fingerless Gloves and asked if I could pretty please make her a set of crochet leg warmers that matched. Of course, I was happy to oblige! And I must commend her on her style because they turned out beautiful!

How To Crochet The Bauble Leg Warmers – Free Crochet Pattern

Finished Sizes:

Instructions given to fit size XSmall; changes for Small, Medium & Large are in () 

XS (S, M, L)

To fit Calf Circumference: 13 ½” (15 ½”, 17 ½”, 19 ½”) 

Finished Length: Customizable. Length on model shown is 15”.

Materials:

I used Red Heart Boutique Unforgettable, which is 100% Acrylic, #4 Worsted weight yarn. 

Any yarn of similar weight would work. 

Approximately 325 (425, 525, 625) yds. 

5mm Hook

Stitch Markers

Yarn Needle

Scissors

Measuring Tape

Abbreviations:

Sk = Skip

Sp = Space

St = Stitch

Ss = Slip Stitch

Ch = Chain

Sc = Single Crochet

Hdc = Half Double Crochet

Dc= Double Crochet

Bd = Bead Stitch (Click for tutorial)

3rd LO = 3rd Loop Only (Click for tutorial)

Gauge:

There will be instructions to measure your project for gauge in the pattern.  

Be sure to check your gauge. It will save you time and heartache. 

Notes:

Ch1 at the beginning of a row is never considered a stitch. 

Ch1 between hdc is always considered a stitch.

Ch3 at the beginning of a row is always considered a Dc.

A Bead Stitch counts as 2 stitches. 

I have added many pictures to help you along the way.

Bauble Leg Warmers - Free Crochet Pattern

Bauble Leg Warmers – Free Crochet Pattern

Instructions

Make 2.

With 5mm Hook (or hook used to obtain gauge)

Top Cuff

  1. Ch14. Hdc in 2ch ch from hook and each ch across. Turn.   – 13 st
  2. Working in 3rd LO: Ch1. Hdc in 1st st and each st across. Turn.   – 13 st

Repeat row 2 until you have a total of 31 (37, 43, 49) rows. 

Gauge check: Your band should be 10” (12”, 14”, 16”) long x 2 ¾” (2 ¾”, 2 ¾”, 2 ¾”) wide. 

Now we will ss the ends of the band together. 

  • Turn your work as if you are going to do another row of hdc, but don’t ch. 
  • Fold the bottom row up so that it sits behind your top row. 
  • Insert your hook through the 3rd loop of your top row and the bottom loop of your starting chain and make a slip stitch. (See Figure 1)
  • Slip stitch in this manner all the way across. This is the wrong side of your band. (See Figure 2)
  • Turn the band right side out. (See Figure 3) Do not bind off. The first round will be worked into the side of the band where your hook is. We will now be working in the round, but still turning after each round. 
Bauble Leg Warmers - Free Crochet Pattern

Figure 1

Bauble Leg Warmers - Free Crochet Pattern

Figure 2

Bauble Leg Warmers - Free Crochet Pattern

Figure 3

Leg Warmer Body

  1. (RS) Ch1. Work 46 (56, 64, 74) sc evenly around the band. Ss to 1st sc. Turn.   – 46 (56, 64, 74) st
  2. (WS) Ch3. Dc in next st and each st around. Ss to top of ch3. Turn.   – 46 (56, 64, 74) st
  3. Ch1. Hdc in 1st st and each st around. Ss to 1st hdc. (See alternative method)  Turn.   – 46 (56, 64, 74)  st
  4. Working in the 3rd LO: Ch3. Dc in next st and each st around. Ss to top of ch3. Turn.   – 46 (56, 64, 74)  st
  5. Ch1, hdc in 1st st, ch1, sk 1 st. *Hdc in next st, ch1, sk 1 st. ** Repeat from * to ** around. Ss to 1st hdc. Turn.   – 46 (56, 64, 74)  st
  6. Ch2. Bd in next ch1 sp and each ch1 sp around. Ss to 1st Bd. Turn.   – 46 (56, 64, 74)  st
  7. Ch1, hdc in 1st st, ch1, sk 1 st. *Hdc in next st, ch1, sk 1 st. ** Repeat from * to ** around. Ss to 1st hdc. Turn.   – 46 (56, 64, 74)  st

Repeat rounds 2 – 7 until you have a total of 22 rounds, ending on a repeat of round 4. Note: You can make your legwarmers longer or shorter by adding or subtracting rounds, but to get a uniform look, it’s best to end with a repeat of round 4. Bind off. 

Bauble Leg Warmers – Free Crochet Pattern

Bottom Cuff

Repeat the instructions for the Top Cuff. Then work round 1 of the Legwarmer Body. Your project should now look like Figure 4.  Now we will attach the bottom cuff to the legwarmer body. If you prefer, you can whip stitch them together, but I chose to slip stitch them as follows. 

  • Turn the bottom cuff wrong side out, but keep the body of the legwarmer right side out. 
  • Sleeve the cuff over the body of the legwarmer, lining up the turning seams (see Figure 5). 
  • Ss through both loops of both layers all the way around (see Figure 6). Bind off. 
Bauble Leg Warmers - Free Crochet Pattern

Figure 4

Bauble Leg Warmers - Free Crochet Pattern

Figure 5

Bauble Leg Warmers - Free Crochet Pattern

Figure 6

Weave in your ends, and you’re done! 

I hope you love your new crochet leg warmers, and I look forward to seeing all of your beautiful pictures on Ravelry!  

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Bauble Leg Warmers – Free Crochet Pattern

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4 thoughts on “The Bauble Leg Warmers – Free Crochet Pattern”

  1. I’ve done the Bauble Tee and loved every minute of it, so I sent a pic of these leg warmers to my daughters, and all 4 of them want a pair! Can’t wait to get started 😍

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  2. I’m self learning crocheting and haven’t mastered following the written directions as I follow YouTube videos to teach myself. Do you have a video for a more visual learning? I like the way this pattern looks!

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