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Suwon Mitts

By: Kavitha Raman from
Suwon Mitts
Suwon Mitts

"SUWON MITTS are fingerless mitts featuring cable-like crochet stitches. Crochet patterns generally use post-stitches like fpdc and bpdc to mimic knitted cables. This pattern just plays around with hdc and sl st to create simple knit-like cables. Pattern includes instructions to adjust the width and length of the mittens. Once you get the hang of the cables these are really quick and fun to make. Make a few pairs for yourselves and your loved ones. Happy crocheting!"


Yarn Weight(3) Light/DK (21-24 stitches to 4 inches)

Crochet Gauge5hdc per inch

Finished SizeWomens medium, adjustable

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The next craft skill I want to pick up is knitting so that I can make all of those beautiful patterns with the cable stitch. Until then, this is the perfect crochet "knock-off". I like the pattern for these Suwon Mitts. Thanks for all the directions and hints.

With each new project I find and read over the directions I learn something new. While I did make a pair of Minion finger-less gloves for a niece, I never thought about the fit. Learning that the cable stitches give a little more stretch so for me, I think I will begin with this pair.

I never thought that I would be using this site to also expand my vocabulary. I didnt know what Suwon meant so I googled the definition. It is actually a place in South Korea more than it is a word. The designer named them this because this is where she discovered a similar pattern in a shop.

I agree with princess6860504 about how the designer worked the cables. I occasionally delve in to the knitting world, so I actually own a set of cable needles. While I still struggle to get up to speed with knitting, cables are easier for me in the knit version than the crochet. Im not sure why because Ive done plenty of Post work in crochet so cables shouldnt be a problem. But they still come out sloppier than the knit version.

She's done a nice job on creating a fairly easy way to get those cable knit stitches but with crochet hooks, instead! I like that they are twisty-turny like a pretzel, and not just a straight rib knit. She has made them totally customizable, too! To me, they look a little on the looser side, so I may size down one as far as my hook choice.


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