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Moss Stitch Mittens Crochet Pattern

If you’re looking for something cozy and have ever wanted to try the moss stitch in crochet, make a pair of these mitt gloves. These moss stitch crochet mittens are so easy to put together. The pattern is really easy to follow and you’ll end up with a snuggly pair of gloves. Each glove has decorative ribbed cuffs on the bottom of the moss stitch sections. The yarn makes it even easier to fashion gloves for the winter. They’re made out of Ella Rae Cozy Alpaca yarn. It’s an acrylic/ alpaca blend and a worsted weight. The best part is it’s machine washable and maintains its stitch definition.

Moss Stitch Mittens Crochet Pattern

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Baby Moss Stitch Mittens Crochet Pattern

Winter is still lingering around and I’m sure all of us are growing tired of the chilly weather. If you’re looking for a soft, cozy pattern to warm up winter, make these baby mittens. These crochet mittens are adorable and easy to work up. It’s a free crochet pattern that uses the moss stitch. The moss stitch crochet pattern is made up of basic crochet stitches, so it’s really easy to learn this stitch pattern. The base of these crochet gloves is worked in the crochet moss stitch, while the cuffs use the ribbed stitch. Then, using the chain stitch, you crochet a long cord that attaches the two winter mittens together. This way, you don’t have to worry about your little baby dropping one.

Baby Moss Stitch Mittens Crochet Pattern


Ribbons And Grace "Wristers" Crochet Cuffs

These wrist cuffs have a Victorian feel that will dress up a variety of outfits! I have been excited to try "wristers" for a while, and have been looking for the perfect opportunity to make a set. Several of you have mentioned wanting a pair of fingerless gloves to go with the Ribbons and Grace Boot cuffs, and Neck warmer, but due to the way the pattern spirals, a straight thumb hole would have been somewhat tricky to pull off. These cuffs solve that problem nicely since they lack a thumb hole, but still cover your hand nicely.

Ribbons And Grace "Wristers" Crochet Cuffs


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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Kid’s Heart Mittens Crochet Pattern

The mittens are made in a silver color with a lavender crochet heart in the center. They have a ribbed cuff and the heart is made using the graphgan technique. This is one of the most simple crochet patterns for graphing that you’ll find. The glove pattern is small and easy to follow. And it’s worked in all over single crochet. The crochet gloves are made using a 100% merino wool yarn. Sugar Bush Bold is soft and cozy, and warm. Perfect for a pair of kids mittens. It comes in tons of colors too.

Kid’s Heart Mittens Crochet Pattern

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