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Prairie Winds Crochet Fingerless Mitts

Prairie Winds Crochet Fingerless Mitts
Prairie Winds Crochet Fingerless Mitts
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"These fingerless mitts are perfect for any time of year, and are even fun for St. Patrick's Day! Totally beginner friendly, they will be loved by teens and adults alike."

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Crochet HookD/3 or 3.25 mm hook

Yarn Weight(2) Fine (23-26 stitches to 4 inches)

Materials List

  • One Skein of Mountain Meadow Wool Dubois hand dyed in Fern (2 ply fingering), or comparable yarn 
  • Scissors
  • Tapestry needle
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Very neat and pretty design. Very easy to make the pieces and whip stitch together. It's not difficult to figure out at all. I especially like fingerless gloves because they allow my fingers freedom while keeping the knuckles wArm. That just happens to be where I suffer from arthritis. Thank you for sharing!

These are so pretty in the fresh, green shade. Since the pattern is made in 2 pieces, you have to know how to sew a nice, flat seam when joining the ribbed cuff to the body of the glove. Also, up the side of the glove. That being said, after crocheting the ribbed cuff, leave an extra long tail of yarn (maybe 12-14") so you can join the rib to the glove, then sew the glove on up the sides, using just one long length of yarn.

I love this pattern! The gloves look delicate and not bulky. I have made many finger less gloves for myself and as gifts and I always find them bulkier than I like. I wasn't using a fine enough yarn! Thanks! I am going to try this pattern.

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