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Ice Scraper Mitt
Ice Scraper Mitt

"Keep your hand warm and cozy while scraping ice off your windshield! The ribbed texture stretches to accommodate most basic ice scrapers, and to fit most hands too. This beginner friendly pattern is made with only 3 simple stitches, and with bulky yarn it works up in no time. The pattern stretches to fit most hands, but is also easily adjustable for a better fit if necessary! Need a last minute holiday gift? You still have time to make one of these!"

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Crochet HookJ/10 or 6 mm hook

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

Crochet Gauge12 sc x 14 rows = 4 inches. Exact gauge is not critical – pattern can be adjusted to fit.

Finished Size One size fits most. Can be adjusted to fit.

Materials List

  • 65 yds, bulky weight yarn – Sample is shown in Willow Burrow Bulky, color #47 Marine
  • Size J / 6.0 mm hook or size needed to obtain gauge
  • Yarn needle
  • Ice Scraper

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With the big Freeze in the states this is a must have now. I will be making these and passing them out to family members. The written pattern is well done and easy to follow. I can find the ice scrapers at the dollar store and I have the yarn so it's a cheap and easy gift to do. Thank you for this free ice scraper mitt pattern.

I am so glad that I do not live where we will ever need to use one of these ice scraper mitts. I do have some friends and acquaintances that live up north in the cold and they are currently buried in snow so dont think this would help them right now. It is a very smart idea to keep your hands warm if you do have to scrape.

I didnt need this for a Christmas gift, I needed it for a sudden drop in temperatures this past week. We had an unexpected snowfall, and wouldnt you know it, not an ice scraper to be found. Once the roads were cleared we picked up a couple of inexpensive ones to keep in the car. This mitt fit perfectly, and now we have TWO of them in Hot Pink yarn. Little chance of losing them now.

This is a great pattern to whip up in a hurry as a gift, or even for yourself. I love the scrapers with the added cuffs, but they can be expensive to buy. You can make this with stash yarn, or even scraps if you want it to be really colourful or unique. Pop it over a dollar store scraper and you have an inexpensive, personalized scraper that keeps your gloves dry and the snow out of your coat sleeves.

Hey wow! What a nifty idea for a white elephant or an office exchange. You can make at least a few of these for every one on your list. The cost of the ice scraper is cheap, too. I like the front loop and back loop stitch technique, as well. I have started to use that one more and more!

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