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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!

Ice Scraper Mitt

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Easy Evil Eye Glove

I loved being a part of Krista Suh’s Pussy Hay Project and got very excited when she announced her Sea of Eyes project for the March for Our Lives on 3/24/18. The project consists of making fingerless gloves with an evil eye on the palm. To learn more about Krista’s project check out the website: http://kristasuh.com/evil-eye-glove/ Most of the patterns currently available on Ravelry are worked in the round at some point. This has a tendency to make the glove less stretchy width wise and can cause tightness at the wrist. I have designed my pattern to be worked as a rectangle in ribbed single crochet. This allows the gloves to stretch easily and accommodate different hand sizes, which make it perfect for donating. Also it is less intimidating for beginners as it is a rectangle that is just folded in half. This pattern is designed to fit an adults hand and is written for two different lengths (short is 7″ and long is 8.5″). The width is 4″, folded in half laying flat. However you can easily adjust your stitch and row count to accommodate your gauge and different had sizes.

Easy Evil Eye Glove

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Last Minute Crochet Fingerless Gloves

Have you ever needed to get a gift for someone, and with little time to spare? If you have a skein of yarn on hand and a crochet hook, then you can get to work on the Last Minute Crochet Fingerless Gloves. This crochet pattern is easy to make and doesn't take much time, either. You can likely crochet fingerless gloves for a friend within an afternoon or so. Don't you hate it when you realize you forgot to get a gift for someone? Creating a pair or two of these crochet fingerless gloves and keeping them in storage for an impromptu gift will make the holiday season a lot less stressful for you. 

Last Minute Crochet Fingerless Gloves


La Chocolatière Mitts

These mitts have an interesting wavy pattern in two colors. They are crocheted flat and each in one piece. They are started at the thumb, which is worked flat and joined into a tube. Afterwards, the main part starts with an additional chain, and then is worked back and forth around the thumb. Working through the back loop only gives them an interesting texture. There are different instructions for the left-hand and right-hand mitt because second mitt mirrors the first one.

La Chocolatière Mitts


Crochet Hand Holding Mitten

If you find it difficult to hold your little one's hand in the wintertime, you are not the only one. This designer found it so irritating to attempt that she created the Crochet Hand Holding Mitten for this issue. Now, after taking yours and your child's mittens off, you can keep your hands warm while keeping each other safe! If your son or daughter doesn't like the idea, try making the crochet mitten in a bright color, or better yet, a favorite color. Adding on fun appliques that your child would enjoy is also a great idea to promote wearing the mitten.

Crochet Hand Holding Mitten