Babies and Kids

Kids Mittens

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It’s very hard for my 2 year old son to keep his mittens on, so I wanted a pair that he can’t take off easily and that is why I created this pattern for extra long mittens.

The cuff stretches out quite a bit and the mittens are pretty wide, so these mittens are perfect from the age of 2 to 4, depending of course on the yarn you are going to use and the size of  your hook. These mittens are easy adjustable and so I added notes in the pattern where you can add rows to make them a bit bigger.

If you have any questions, feel free to send me a message and I would be happy to help. Have fun!

This is what you’ll need:

  • Light worsted yarn; double threat. (I used the brand Bravo, color beige; 08312)
  • Crochet hook 6mm
  • Yarn needle
  • Stitch marker

Stitch abbreviations:

  • sl st = slip stitch
  • ch = chain stitch or stitches
  • sc = single crochet
  • hdc = half double crochet
  • st = stitch or stitches
  • dc = double crochet
  • fpdc = front post double crochet
  • bl = back loop

Start with a magic ring1: 6sc in magic ring (6)2: 2sc in each st (12)3: Repeat 6 times: * 2sc in the next st, 1sc in the next st * (18)4: Repeat 3 times: * 2sc in the next st, 1sc in the next 5st * (21)5: Repeat 3 times: * 2sc in the next st, 1sc in the next 6st * (24)

6: Repeat 3 times: * 2sc in the next st, 1sc in the next 7st * (27)

7 – 16: 1sc in each st around (27) (Note: add more rows if you want larger mitten for a bigger child)17: ch6, skip 4st, 1sc in each st around (29)18 – 20: 1sc in each st around (29)

21: sc2tog, 1sc in the next 12st, sc2tog, 1sc in the next 13st (27)

Close with sl st and fasten off.Stretchy cuff:

ch15 1: 1sc in 2nd ch from hook, 1sc in each ch till end. ch1 and turn (14)2: In bl; 1sc in each st. ch1 and turn (14)3 – 16: In bl; 1sc in each st. ch1 and turn (14) (Note: add more rows of you want a wider cuff for a bigger child)

17: In bl; 1sc in each st. turn without ch1 (14)Crochet ends together with sl st in back loop, fasten off, turn cuff inside out and sew on mitten

Thumb:

Turn mitten upside down and start in the right corner (make sure to crochet loosely to make it easier doing the stitches)

1: Attach yarn with sl st1sc in the next 6st (which were the ch you made to create the thumb hole)sl st in the 2nd corner and 1sl st in the next 4st (12)2: Another sl st in the 1st corner, 1sc in the next 6st, 1sl st into 2nd corner, 1sl st in the next 4st (12)

3: 1sl st the the next st, 1sc in the next 6st, 1sl st in the next 5st (12)

4 – 5: 1sc in each st around (12) (Note: Add more rows to create a longer thumb for a bigger child)

6: * sc2tog, 1sc in the next 4st * 2 times (10)

7: * sc2tog * 5 times (5)

Close with sl st, fasten off, leave long tail and sew thumb shut.
Weave in ends, et voila!You can also flip the cuffs to give them a different look

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    Toddler Cowl – Haak Nerd
    19/03/2017 at 14:55

    […] cowl also goes great with these Mittens. This one I made with double threat and crochet hook 7mm and I started with a foundation chain of […]

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    Toddler Cowl - Haaknerd
    11/09/2017 at 21:05

    […] cowl also goes great with these Mittens. This one I made with double threat and crochet hook 7mm and I started with a foundation chain of […]

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