- Designed by: Jennifer Pionk
If you're looking for a new and fun project to make, you have to check out this cabled cosy drink mitt by Jennifer Pionk! It's genius! Such a simple and fun project, that can be made in a heartbeat. What's more, you can be pretty sure that your hands won't be cold this upcoming winter time.
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This Ice Cream Cozy is a fan favorite. You can finally enjoy your ice cream right out of the pint carton without having to transfer the ice cream, or even sorbet, into a bowl. Furthermore, it keeps your hands warm which is due to having used bulky and velvet yarn. It is super soft, functional and cozy. In addition, the Ice Cream cozy has a handle such that you can wrap it around your hands and the ice cream won't fall. And did I mention it is easy as it only uses single crochet stitches?
It's holiday season, which means a lot of us are going to be spending more time in the kitchen. Cooking up feasts and helping the family prepare for guests. So, in the spirit of the season, I've stitched up an Oven Mitt Set. It's perfect for baking pies or roasting a turkey. The set has a pattern for a pot holder and an oven mitt worked in a half double crochet V stitch. I made mine using a Berroco Pima yarn which is 100% cotton. It's a 4 ply yarn which adds extra cushion (perfect for an oven mitt) and it's soft and luxurious too.
This bath mitt is sure to be a hit with dinosaur-lovers everywhere! This mitt is designed for kiddos, but is just big enough for an adult hand to fit in, as well. This pattern uses scrubby cotton, but can easily be switched out for your favorite cotton yarn.
Use your worsted weight cotton yarn to make this ribbed scrubby mitt, handy to use in the kitchen or bath. Makes a really nice gift - it's never too early to start on holiday making! Pattern is worked back and forth flat, and all single crochets are worked in the back loop only to give it a nice ribbed texture. You'll be making 4 pieces and constructing them as the pattern shows, but, no worries, there are pictures to help you along. Merry Making!