Children’s Fox Mittens

Children’s Fox Mittens

Childrens Fox Mittens
Childrens Fox Mittens
This image courtesy of craftfoxes.com

If you're a parent, then you've probably spent countless hours looking for your child's misplaced mitten. Frustrating, isn't it? While we can't guarantee these Children's Fox Mittens will always be placed neatly in the coat closet, we do think your child will try to hold on this pair. Featuring cute button eyes, pointed ears, and an adorable design, these crochet mittens will be a fun addition to your child's winter gear wardrobe. It's possible you'll start getting requests to crochet mittens for other children (and maybe some adults), too! This pattern will be easy to make, too.

Difficulty LevelEasy

Crochet HookE/4 or 3.5 mm hook

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

Materials List

  • Blogger used Rowan Handknit Cotton DK (100% cotton) yarn in Ecru, Black, and Florence
  • E/4 or 3.5 mm hook
  • 4 small black buttons for eyes

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This is a nice basic mitten pattern with the fox features worked separately and then sewn on. The instructions are easy to read, but there are no photos showing how to work and construct the mitten itself. Having made mittens before, attaching the thumb at the thumbhole can be a bit tricky. Even a link to someone elses video would be helpful.

Oh my gosh I am obsessed with foxes right now and these are absolutely adorable. These are obviously more ideal for fashion than for playing in the snow, but the kids will love them.

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