Friday, February 8, 2019

Easy Fingerless Crochet Mittens

Easy Fingerless Crochet Mittens

By: Annoo Crochet Designs

Video Link: click here

Skill level: Advanced Beginner
Gauge: In the Waistcoat/Center Single Crochet Pattern: 13 rows and 10 st= 4 inches
Size: Adult Small (Medium, Large)
You will need:
I love this Yarn Chunky (Bulky weight #5)
Color: Honey
Fiber: 100% acrylic
Ball weight: 109yds/ 3.5oz
Crochet hook: 6mm/J
Tapestry needle
scissors

Stitches Used:
Ch: chain
Sc: single crochet
Sl st: slip stitch
BLO: Back Loop Only
Center Single Crochet/Waistcoat stitch (closely resembles stockinette stitch in knitting): Work your sc in
between the V’s of the stitch from the previous round. This stitch needs to be worked in the round.

Instructions:
Band:
With your yarn and hook make a slip knot, ch 7
Row 1: sc in the second ch from hook, sc in the next 5 chains, turn your work. Total 5sc
Row 2-18 (2-20, 2-22): (working in the BLO on the first 5 st) ch1, sc in BLO of the next 5 st, sc through
both loops on the last st, turn your work. Total 6sc
With your work fold the brim in half and you will now join the 6 st together from Row 1 and row 18 (20,
22) sl st matching st for st. Turn your work so the seam is on the wrong side.

Hand:
Round 1: ch1, sc in each of the rows around your hat, you will have 18 (20,22) sc, sl st with the first sc.
*NOTE* you will be working in the center of the sc from the previous row, you will want to make sure
that you keep your stitches on the looser side and not too tight.
Round 2: ch1, making a sc in the center of the sc from the previous round, repeat that around in each st,
sl st with the first sc you made. 44 (48, 52) st

Round 3-8 (3-10, 3-12): Repeat Round 2
Round 9 (11, 13): ch3, sk 5st, *sc in the center of the next st* repeat from *to* around until you reach
the first sc, sl st. 13 (15, 17) st in total
Round 10 (12, 14): sc in each of the 3 ch, *sc in the center of the next st* Repeat from *to* around, sl st
with the first sc. 16 (18, 20)
Round 11-12 (13-14, 15-16): Repeat Round 2
Be sure to try on your mitten, you may need to make more rows for your fingers. Everyones hand is
different and this pattern can be adjusted easily for each individual hand, by making less rows of the
band or more/less rounds of the hand. Hide all loose tails and make a second one. That’s it your all done
with your Fingerless mittens.
Written Pattern Translated from Youtube by Michaela Greaves 










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