Crochet Mitten Ornament and Gift Card Holder


Crochet Mitten Ornament and Gift Card Holder

Crochet Mitten Ornament and Gift Card Holder
Crochet Mitten Ornament and Gift Card Holder

Make the holiday season even more special for everyone on your list when you make the Crochet Mitten Ornament and Gift Card Holder! This easy crochet pattern is quick to make and is a great way to make a dent in your yarn stash.

From the blogger: "Why give just a plain gift card as a gift this holiday season when you can give someone a keepsake they can use every year? This pattern uses size 10 crochet thread. You use very little, which means you can make many mittens! The mitten measures 3”W x 4.25”H and you have the option to use a wire hanger or crochet one of your own. The stitches you need to know are single crochet, chain, double crochet, and front post double crochet. There are written instructions for the front post double crochet if you aren't familiar or need a refresher."


Crochet HookB/1 or 2.25 mm hook

Yarn Weight(0) Lace (33-40 stitches to 4 inches). Includes crochet thread.

Crochet Gauge17 sc stitches and 20 rows in a 2” square.

Finished Size3” x 4.25”

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I personally love to receive gift cards, but if you feel like thats not quite enough, this is an adorable little idea. The recipient gets to buy whatever they like, but they will still have the handmade ornament to remember you by. These would also make cute candy holders for an advent calendar, too. Instead of the snowflake, work up some numbers for each mitten.

This pattern is number two in a six series set. I have not looked at any of the others yet so not sure what they look like or how they are made. This mitten uses a #10 crochet thread instead of yarn. Since it is so small the thread keeps it from looking so bulky and just makes the project look so much neater than it would if you used a worsted weight acrylic yarn.


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