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Cozy Crocheted Mittens

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If "warm woolen mittens" are one of your favorite things, try making these Cozy Crocheted Mittens!  These basic crocheted mittens will keep your hands warm as we slide into the colder months...so make a pair for all your friends!

Cozy Crocheted Mittens

Materials:

  • Chunky worst weight yarn
  • Size I hook
     

Instructions:

  1. Starting at cuff: chain 11
     
  2. Row 1: sc in second chain from hook, sc in the remaining stitches, ch1 turn (10 sc)
     
  3. Row 2: sc in back loops of each sc across, ch1, turn
     
  4. Repeat row 2 until 20 rows are completed.
     
  5. Turn work to the side and work in continuous rounds.
     
  6. Row 1: work 20 sc along side of the cuff mark the first and the last stitch
     
  7. Row 2: 2 sc in the first stitch, sc until the last stitch, 2 sc in the last stitch (22 sc) again, mark the first and the last stitch.
     
  8. Repeat row 2 until you have 30 sc.
     
  9. Setting up for the thumb:  sc in the next 4 sc, sc in the next sc and mark this stitch. sc in the next 21 sc, skip the next 8 sc, sc in the marked sc. (22 sc)
     
  10. Marked stitch is first sc in each row.
     
  11. Row 1: sc in each of the 22 sc around.
     
  12. Repeat row 1 for 10 rows, or about 1 1/2 inches below desired length.
     
  13. Decrease for top of mitten:  Row 1: sc 2tog, sc in the next 4, sc 2tog, *sc in the next 5, sc 2 tog* repeat around
     
  14. Row 2: sc around
     
  15. Row 3: *sc in next 4, sc 2 tog* around
     
  16. Row 4: sc around
     
  17. Row 5: *sc in the next 3, sc 2 tog* around
     
  18. Row 6: *sc in the next 2, sc 2 tog* around finish off.
     
  19. Thumb:  sc in the first unworked sc (mark this stitch) and in the remaining 7 sc, 2 sc in the side of the mitten (10 sc) do two more rounds of sc
     
  20. Decrease for thumb:  Row 1: sc in the next 3 sc, sc 2tog, repeat one more time
     
  21. Row 2: sc around
     
  22. Row 3: sc in the next 2 sc, sc 2 tog, repeat one more time, finish off.
     
  23. Sew in ends, and sew up side seam for cuff.

 

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Ratings & Comments (8)

Dec 14, 2014

Number 9 is not making any sense to me, being that this is my first time making mittens. It's telling you to put in more stitches and spaces than there are in that row. Even if I keep going past the edge of that row and work down over the edge of the thumb shape, by the time I get to the last sc indicated, I am way past the "marked sc" that I'm supposed to put it in. I don't get it. Any help would be so greatly appreciated!!

 

Feb 11, 2013

i don't understand how to start the thumb - any advice? Thank you.

 

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Jan 26, 2013

Ok what am I not getting? Seems easy till I get to #8 were it say's repeat row 2 till you have 30 sc then from there on out it gets confusing. Just learning to crochet mittens.

 

Jan 1, 2013

Trying again. I made several for presents for Christmas. Easy, love the pattern. Used different crochet hooks and yarns for different sizes for kids and adults. Used fun fur on cuffs on girls mittens. Got to the point where I could make one without looking at the pattern!!! Thanks for a great pattern!!

 

Nov 20, 2012

I wrote a comment a few days ago, and they said it would come up soon. Where did it go?

 

Nov 15, 2012

I'm assuming this pattern fits adults only?? Do you have it in childrens?

 

Nov 15, 2012

Sounds like it would be warmer than other mittens, will certainly try these, thank you , Barbara

 

Nov 15, 2012

I like the pattern; it looks quick and easy, However, it would be nice if it included instructions for two or three more in children's sizes and in a regular worsted yarn. Jeanne

 

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