These mittens are crocheted in one solid piece. Since the pattern is the same on both sides, the mitts can be crocheted in the same way, just turn one of them out later. You can also knit one, starting from the palm, and the second - from the outside (as if reading the description from the end to the beginning). You can make mittens in any size. You need to add a few rows to make them bigger. You can also make the mitts longer or shorter. English subtitles are in the step-by-step video → youtu.be/568J4iccgEc
"When the weather starts to turn cold, it is time to whip up some warm accessories. We start noticing cold fingers, but we still need those hands to fuss with our phone. This is the perfect time to make a few stylish crochet fingerless mitts to keep our hands warm. Crochet fingerless mitts not only make a wonderful quick project, but can make a great last minute gift. You can even make it even more special by making the whole set! I have made a pair of matching boot cuffs to go with these fingerless mitts. My friend Donna from Naztazia even made the matching Winter Park Scarf (coming soon) with the same stitch pattern. Make all three pieces to look coordinated and stylish. Plus all the patterns have video tutorials!"
This is a free crochet pattern for Rheema Fingerless Mittens for 6-10 year old kids, with photo tutorial in each step. In this Rheema Crochet Fingerless Mittens you have to learn how to crochet Diamond Trellis Stitch first. This fingerless mittens laying flat finished measurement width is 4" x height 5.5" This fingerless mittens that's perfect for the fall season, will keep your little one's hands warm while maintaining dexterity. Kids will love this crochet Rheema Fingerless Mittens.
These fingerless gloves were made working on star stitch and it took me about two hours to finish it. I offer a video tutorial in spanish with english subtitles in which I use a medium weight yarn and a 5.5. mm hook. I also offer a written pattern in spanish and in english, in which I use a light to medium weight yarn and a 5.0 mm hook. Both with clear instructions and beginner friendly. I also show how to avoid a gap between first and last star stitch of each round.
The fingerless mitts are such a doddle to make and take hardly any time at all. They are worked flat in rows and then joined at the side, just leaving a few stitches for the thumbhole and there you have it! The top section has a super easy cable stitch that you’ll master in no time. The mitts will fit an average adult hand but you can just add or subtract a few stitches to the cuff and a couple more rows to make them bigger or smaller to suit you. If you ever need any help with sizing then please just let me know and I’d be more than happy to help you out.