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Children's Textured Mittens

By: Sarah Thompson from richtexturescrochet.com
Children's Textured Mittens
Childrens Textured Mittens

"Every February it seems I have the same problem! Lost mittens! It started around mid-January, right after the kids return to school from Christmas Break. And it’s nearly impossible to find them in stores. I’m not sure what happens to them, maybe the washer eats them or they are swallowed by the school’s lost and found pit. Well, whatever the reason, I needed more. This is how the Textured mittens came to be! Pattern includes four sizes, including a baby thumbless pair! You will need Loops and Threads Charisma Yarn (Bulky) and an 8mm Hook. They are quick to make!"

NotesPattern is written in American English terms.

Ch 1 at beg of rnd does not count as sc or hdc.

Weave in ends as needed.

I find the knit stitch works best when your tension is kept quite loose. Loose stitches allow for you to insert the hook in the proper space more easily.

– To work in the 3rd loop: In the hdc stitch, the “third loop” is found at the back of the stitch, below the top two loops that you would normally complete your stitch in. When you crochet in this back loop, it should push the top of the stitch from the previous round to the front of your work creating a sideways “knit” look.

Easy

Crochet HookL/11 or 8 mm hook

Yarn Weight(5) Bulky/Chunky (12-15 stitches for 4 inches)

Crochet Gauge 2 ks x 2 ks = 1 inch

Finished SizeBaby: 4.5 in. tall, 6 in. circumference at widest point Toddler: 6 in. tall, 7 in. circumference at widest point Small: 7 in. tall, 8 in. circumference at widest point Medium: 8.5 in. tall, 9 in. circumference at widest point

Materials List

  • 1 Ball Loops & Threads Charisma™ (%100 acrylic, 3.5oz. skein, 109 yds). Bulky Weight.
  • 8 mm crochet hook
  • tapestry needle
  • stitch markers
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Although the designer gives directions for several sizes of mittens, I want to focus on the infant variety. I remember as a first time mom being reduced to tears by those inevitable scratches on Babys little face. My mom suggested infant socks, but they kept falling off. I wish I had known about these! I would have made them in different colors for an even more sensory experience!

I giver her credit for coming up with such a cute pattern for mittens, especially for the infant mitts. I am a big fan of the Charisma yarn. It is so nice to work with. I think it is one of the best yarns to use when creating winter hats, scarves and mittens. There are variegated choices as well!

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