This crochet mittens pattern is a perfect pattern for so many occasions and reasons. It’s great for crochet gift ideas, great for donating in the winters, great for craft fair and online crochet sellers. It’s just all around a fantastic pattern to have in your back pocket.
The crochet mittens pattern works up really quick, and it doesn’t require a ton of yarn. Which is another reason it’s great for crochet gift ideas. You could probably make a couple pairs from your scrap yarn even.
It’s also super beginner friendly, so it’s a great first project after your granny square experiments and before your first cardigan. I’d personally go for these before the granny squares for a newbie, as their just as easy and you have something immediately useful instead of a bunch of pot holders lol.
They’re a sort of one size fits most for the ladies, and will fit some for the fellas, kids etc. They have enough stretch to accommodate lager hands for sure.
These crochet mittens are adorable, comfortable and once again, they work up fast. I also have a printable/downloadable PDF for sale on my Etsy, Ravelry and Lovecrafts shops if you’re interested.
- #4 Medium weight yarn
- Color A = I used Scheepjes Stone washed XL #4 Medium weight yarn
- Color B = I used Lion brand Go For Faux for the cuff
- Crochet hook size 5 mm
- Yarn needle
- Stitch marker
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Stitches used & code
- Magic ring
- ch = chain
- st = stitch(es)
- hdc = half double crochet
- sc = single crochet
- sk = skip
- sp = space
- hdc2tog = half double crochet 2 stitches together
- rep = repeat
- ” = inches
Here’s the video tutorial for these mittens
Gauge : 12 hdc X 10 rows = 4″
Yarn needed : Color A = 130 yards / Color B = 20 yards
Measurements/ Fits most women : 8 ” circumference X 9.5″ tall
The crochet mittens pattern
Note: Make sure to place the stitch marker into the first stitch in every round.
Round 1 ( Color A ): Make a magic ring, 8 hdc into the ring sp. Total of 8 hdc
Round 2 ( Color A ): 2 hdc into each st around. Total of 16 hdc
Round 3 ( Color A ): *1 hdc, 2 hdc into next st* rep from *TO* around. Total of 24 hdc
Round 4 ( Color A ): 1 hdc into each st around. Total of 24 hdc
Round 5 – 13 rep round 4 ( Color A )
Round 14 ( Color A ): 1 hdc into first st, ch 7, sk 3 st, 1 hdc into next st and each st around (The 7 ch and sk 3 st will creates the thumb hole). Total of 28 st including the ch
Round 15 ( Color A ): 1 hdc into each st around ( Treat the ch as a normal st ). Total of 28 hdc
Round 16 ( Color A ): *1 hdc into each of next 5 st, hdc2tog* rep from *TO* around. Total of 24 hdc
Round 17 ( Color A ): 1 hdc into each st around. Total of 24 hdc
Round 18 – 23 rep round 17 ( Color A )
*The end of round 23 cut the yarn and weave the end
Round 24 ( Color B ): Add a new yarn anywhere you like, make 1 sc into each st around., cut the yarn and weave the end. Total of 24 sc
Note: Make sure to place the stitch marker into the first st in every round
Round 1 ( Color A ): Add a new yarn into the thumb hole, ch 1 ( do not count as a st ), 1 hdc into each st around. Total of 14 hdc
Round 2 ( Color A ): 1 hdc into each st around. Total of 14 hdc
Round 3 – 5 rep round 2 ( Color A )
Round 6 ( Color A ): *1 hdc into each of next 5 st, hdc2tog* rep from *TO* around. Total of 12 hdc
Round 7 ( Color A ): hdc2tog around. Total of 6 hdc
The end of round 7 cut the yarn and leave 10″ long tail. We’ll use that tail to close up the thumb hole. Using the yarn needle and whip stitch around the top opening of the thump. Pull it tight and weave all the ends
HERE’S THE VIDEO TUTORIAL FOR THESE MITTENS