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Crochet Wavy Shells Mittens

By: Erica Fedor from highlandhickorydesigns.com
Crochet Wavy Shells Mittens
Crochet Wavy Shells Mittens

When it comes to easy crochet patterns for mittens, this design for Crochet Wavy Shells Mittens is one to try! This pattern would make a great gift for just about everyone on your holiday shopping list. You can also create a complete set with the blogger's pattern for the Wavy Shells Beanie​.

From the blogger: "Keep you fingers warm and toasty this winter with a pair of these beautiful mittens! This pattern is easy and they work up quickly. You have the option to crochet in the round or to end each row with a slip stitch. The only stitches you need to know are the single crochet and double crochet. The bottom portion or trim of the mitten is folded up over the wrist part. They make excellent gifts and you can make them in every color!"

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Crochet HookI/9 or 5.5 mm hook

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

Crochet Gauge16 stitches and 18.5 rows in a 4” (10cm) square of single crochets

Finished SizeFolded Trim: 9.5”H x 5”W Unfolded Trim: 11.75”H x 5”W

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I like this pattern for the Crochet Wavy Shells Mittens. It takes a different twist on making mittens by starting with the thumb. I've never made them this way before but it looks interesting and makes me want to whip up a pair. The written pattern is well done and easy to follow, with some clear pictures showing you what to do. I'm going to play around with this pattern and see what I can come up with. It's always nice to have a starting pattern and making it your own just by switching things up. I love JaneEK's idea if using furry yarn for the cuff portion. Thank you so much for sharing this free crochet mittens pattern.

I looked at a pattern for making gloves and decided that mittens are the only way to go. I like that this project has a matching hat already in the pipeline! The finger portion of this mitten looks a little long, but it might just be because the cuff is turned up too far in the photo. These would look very nice if you used a furry yarn at the cuff portion, too.

A very cute of fashionable way to keep your hands warm when the temps start dropping. Do you go out Christmas caroling? These would be the perfect fashion accessory to help keep your hands warm. Love the design and the feminine look of these mittens over the others that I have seen.

The mittens are very nice! They are actually worked up in quite a different way than I am used to. You will start by making your thumb, fasten off. Then you create your hand, starting in the round at the top, and crochet down. When you get it the appropriate length to match up with your thumb, you join them together. Then, you work the rest of the mitten on down to the bottom (wrist), ending with the beautiful shells.

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