Wednesday, August 22, 2012

Hand Size Chart

Hey Crochet Rockers,

While I was creating my seed stitch cuff (and a few other patterns I'll be adding soon) I scoured the internet for a hand size chart so I would know the average sized adult woman's hand and wrist. I took matters into my own hands and decided to create my own version to use as a reference chart and thought you might need one too!

Here is my hand size chart - Enjoy! (Keep in mind this is based on averages. Always measure for size if you are able to...especially babies.) I like having this chart and my Feet Size Chart just as a rule of thumb. It gives me starting place and I keep a copy in my crochet bag too. I've included a pdf version below for easier access.

Here is the PDF version.

xx

6 comments:

  1. Thank you these will be life savers!!

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    1. Glad to hear these will be useful. I use them all the time.

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  2. Holy cow! Totally can use this! It's exactly what I've been looking for. Thank you so much for putting it together!

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    1. So glad you like them and find them useful! I use them all the time.

      Crochet Rochelle (Tia)

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  3. Tia,

    Your hand sizes are obviously measurements of circumference, have you also compiled hand widths at the widest part for babies and toddlers?

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    1. Great question. I have not measured width alone as I am usually making fingerless gloves or mittens for special orders. However, that would be an excellent addition to this chart. I will look into adding hand widths. (Am I correct in thinking you mean measuring from the edge of the hand, across the back to the far side of the thumb? I think that would be the "widest.") Let me know!

      Thanks,
      Tia

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