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Alice Inspired Mitts

By: e11iejane for interweave.com
Updated October 18, 2019
Alice Inspired Mitts
Alice Inspired Mitts

These fingerless gloves are based on a pair worn by Alice Cullen in New Moon. Twilight fan or not, you're sure to enjoy this free crochet glove pattern's comfort and chicness!

Intermediate

Crochet HookG/6 or 4 mm hook

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

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I <3 this pattern! I use it all the time. I made some for my co-worker's daughters and even my co-workers want some. So about the pattern: I too found the top portion to be huge as well. So what I do is decrease like the pattern says to in the top, but I start to do it after the first round of fpdc. So rows 25 -28 I decrease like the directions for rows 4-8. I find that they taper to the hand more. I hope this is helpful. :)

I was so excited to find a funky pattern for something not only I would wear, but could give as gifts this season... made one glove.. and am sorely disappointed. The 'hand' portion is HUUUUGE... more like a bell around the fingers than a glove :( if I were to turn it upside down, put the thumb hole at that end.. seew the initial hole up.. it may work a little bit better but.. yeah.. figured I should say something the stitch count, the yarn everything was proper, as was the hook size... BUT, I have redone a pattern for the same sort of thing, very simple sc stitch throughout the entire glove, fits beautifully and looks incredible (was considering taking a picture of the one I made from this pattern, and might still post one, jujst so you can see.... I counted the stitiches every single row... nothing missed.. don't understand.. but at least I was able to make a pattern off of this one :)

Hi, just1greenwitch 6608625. We're sorry to hear the pattern did not work out for you. If you have specific questions about the pattern, I would recommend contacting the pattern designer directly (specified in the byline). We'd love to see a photo of your gloves if you have one! You can post it to our Facebook page at: www.facebook.com/allfreecrochet Thanks! --Editors of AllFreeCrochet

I have had the same issue. Is it possible to post the amended pattern?

I look like Alice you will be surprised if you saw me actually. :)

dc2tog = double crochet 2 stitches together

The gloves are SUPER cute, an I LOVE Alice in the Twilight, bt have a hard time undertanding the pattern. Can anyone tell me what dc2tog means?

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