Linked Flop Top Mittens

Linked Flop Top Mittens

Linked Flop Top Mittens
Linked Flop Top Mittens

"I’m all about wearing fashionable crochet, but there comes a point where function is more important than fashion. This is especially true when it comes to mittens. Having a warm mitten is a must for me as I don’t like being cold one bit! That being said, I also want to be able to block an occasional snowball without the mittens getting wet and yet have the ease to pull out my phone and snap some photos of my children! These mittens offer just that! Difficulty: Intermediate Sizes included: Adult: Small, Medium, Large"

Difficulty LevelIntermediate

Crochet HookG/6 or 4 mm hook

Yarn Weight(4) Medium Weight/Worsted Weight and Aran (16-20 stitches to 4 inches)

Crochet Gauge17 LDC x 8.5 rows

Finished Sizeadult: small, medium, large

Materials List

  • Yarn
  • 2 1/2" buttons
  • yarn needle

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I love making flip to mittens and this pattern is a good one to keep. I like the tight stitch pattern to keep your hands warm. I think I would want the wrist part a little longer though. I'm saving this one and will play around with it. A well done easy to understand pattern for sure. Thank you for sharing this free crochet mitten pattern.

This is just what I need. Now that we have all this touch screen technology you are pretty much dead in the water if you can touch the screen. During the harsh winter months it is also important to keep you hands warm. This project solves both problems. You can use your smart phone when needed and cover the fingers back up soon after. No more lost gloves!

This winter I learned just how much better a mitten can be over gloves when I was gifted a nice pair for Christmas. Of course like gloves there are pros and cons but how can you loose when you can leave these on your hands and still be able to use a finger when needed. I love this pattern and all my adult friends will be getting these during the holidays this year.

The mittens are too cute. This is an intermediate pattern so make sure to read over the instructions and the stitch requirements before you start to make sure you will be able to complete this. Sizes are for adults small, medium, and large. These mittens are part of a charity drive. Instructions are very thoroughly explained and go into great detail with pictures. Great cause and a great pattern.

What a marvelous, unique idea! When I was a kid I was forever taking my mittens on and off. I just could not make a proper snow ball while wearing them. I needed finger action to form them. Where were you then?? Probably not born yet because I am old! Lol thank you for these, at least the grand kids can get to use them!


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