Yes, crochet mittens for all!
Yes, indeed, thanks to this easy crochet pattern the whole family is suitably and fashionably covered. Keep those fingers and hands warm in the winter, that’s the objective, and don’t spend your entire weekend frazzled with trying to read and implement a complicated stitch sequence.
This fabulous pattern eliminates these and other hurdles if you’re relatively new to crocheting. All you need to know are some basic stitches and you’re on your way to success. If you’ve wanted a pair for yourself, your family or your gift list recipients it’s all achievable.
If you’re an experienced crocheter, this is the perfect mindless project to fill in your leisure hours whether to fill out that gift list or to build up an inventory for crafts fairs or online sales.
This is a fantastic pattern! And it’s free, too! It’s the “Easy-On Mittens” pattern by crochet designer and blogger Rhondda Mol of Oombawka Design. It’s so named for a design innovation — a wrist closure to hold the mittens securely — that’s especially helpful for young children, the elderly or anyone else for whom slipping mittens on and off might be a struggle.
You’ll get all the details plus a complete — and separately written — for all the sizes. This is so much easier to follow than navigating through brackets and/or parentheses. Basic stitches are used including single crochet (sc) and half double crochet (hdc). No worries on any of the techniques for assembly and so on as she links you to her very helpful tutorials that will have you up to speed in no time!
If you’re on the lookout for more free patterns and tutorials for all kinds of crochet accessories including mittens, fingerless gloves, scarves, hats, cowls and more be sure to check out some of our favorites that we’ve previously featured here at Crochet Maze. Links are below!
As always, happy crocheting!
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