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Wrist Rest CoverDesigned By Julie A. Bolduc

This wrist rest cover is a result of a need. A need to cover my old ugly wrist rest I have had since I got my computer. This is a basic pattern and could be improved upon I am sure. This particular pattern would look wonderful if made with a variegated yarn.

Materials Needed:
2 oz Dawn Sayelle Worsted Weight Yarn. Country Blue was used in the example
Size G Wooden Brittany hook was used but Size H aluminum would work also.
Plain Wrist Rest as in picture
Yarn Needle

Gauge: 4dc=1"
Yarn Thickness: 3mm
Finished Size: 18"x3½"
Skill Level: Beginner

Image of Plain Wrist Rest

RND 1: Ch 16. Dc in 4th ch from hook and in each ch across. Now you will work around this first row to form a pocket. Ch3. Dc, ch1 dc around post of last dc. V-st made. Dc in base of this same dc on bottom of row. Dc in each st across bottom. V-St on post of ch3 at beginning of row. Dc in top of ch3 and dc and in each dc across. Join w/slst to top of ch3. Now work in the rounds from here on out.

RND 2-30: Ch3. V-St in Vst. Sk next dc. Dc in each of the next 13 dc. V-St in Vst. Sk next dc. Dc in each of the next 12 dc. Join w/slst to top of ch3. At the end of RND 30, ch3, turn.

RND 31: Dc in each of the next 12 dc. Fasten off leaving an 18" length of yarn. This is a flap. Slip the wrist rest into the tube. Using an overhand stitch, sew the flap down to cover the end of the wrist rest. You will sew on 3 sides. (like this symbol. ])

Design written on Sunday, April 18, 1999. Copyright ©1999 By Julie A. Bolduc p114003

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This crochet pattern is for personal use only and is not to be resold.