Prairie Winds Fingerless Mitts

Prairie Winds Fingerless Mitts

Prairie Winds Fingerless Mitts
Prairie Winds Fingerless Mitts
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In the Designer's Words: "These fingerless mitts are beginner friendly and perfect for any time of year, including St. Patrick's Day! They are beginner friendly and will be enjoyed by adults and teens alike."
Sometimes March is unseasonably warm and sometimes it is as chilly as can be. If you are looking to welcome spring with some green crochet projects or celebrate St. Patrick’s Day, consider making these cozy, crochet fingerless mitt patterns. The Prairie Winds Fingerless Mitts promise to keep your hands warm while still offering full functionality for your fingers. Add just a hint of warmth to your wardrobe while you wait for warmer weather to arrive. This free crochet pattern is worked up in fine yarn, making them a delicate accessory for your wardrobe and offering you an alternative to chunkier, super-warm crochet patterns.

Difficulty LevelBeginner

Crochet HookD/3 or 3.25 mm hook

Yarn Weight(2) Fine (23-26 stitches to 4 inches)

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This is a very practical,project. My friend made these for an older person suffering from arthritis and muscle difficulties and this was very helpful for them especially with bitter cold temps! Dress it up,for a lady by sewing on a little cross grain ribbon on the wrist in a little bow for a feminine touch especially for a gift! Great idea!

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