Pacific Sunset Mitts

Pacific Sunset Mitts
Pacific Sunset Mitts

"Lion Brand Landscapes is a soft and silky, worsted weight, acrylic yarn. It's a little fuzzy, and has a nice halo to it. The beautiful, self striping yarn does all the work in this basic pattern, which works up fast and is fun and easy to make! Most of the pattern is just plain dc. I would have called it easy, except that the front post / back post ribbing technically makes it Intermediate."


Crochet HookG/6 or 4 mm hook, H/8 or 5 mm hook

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

Crochet Gauge13 dc x 7 rows = 4" square

Finished SizeAdult, one size fits most

Materials List

  • 1 skein Lion Brand Landscapes yarn
  • Size H / 8 (5mm) hook or size needed to achieve gauge
  • Size G / 6 (4.25 mm) hook or 1 size smaller than the other hook you are using
  • Yarn or tapestry needle

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Fingerless mitts or gloves are my favorite. I love to have the use of my fingers but some warmth to my hand at the same time. I work in an office environment where I tend to always be a little bit cooler than every one else. This is the perfect way to be comfortable and still get my job done. It's funny but I need these during the summer months when the ac is blasting more so than in the winter. Crazy, right?

These are cute mitts and Ive seen plenty of videos, but a podcast is a new one on me. Im not sure only hearing how to work the pattern would work for me. The glove is universal in that there is no right or left hand. This is a fairly easy pattern to read through, but I would still like to have some more photos than just the sample above.

I really like this pattern for the Pacific Sunset Mitts! I think the written pattern is well done and easy to follow. I like that there are links to help with the stitches for the ones who are new or beginner to crochet. I seen this yarn yesterday at JoAnns and loved the feel of it. I wish I seen this pattern yesterday, but now I have a good reason to go back.. LOL Everyone needs a good warm fingerless mitts. Thank you so much for sharing this free crochet pattern.

I have been wanting to try Lion Bran Landscapes for quite a while. This starter (one skein only) project is just the thing I need to have in my wardrobe this fall. I would call this pattern a good "try me" pattern! Instead of making a separate back loop only band for the ribbing, which you then would sew on to the bottom of the mitts, this pattern uses the front post back post technique.

I can't get over these colors. They remind me of a sunset!


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