Thursday, 29 August 2013

How To - Crochet Finger-less Mitten Gloves

The colder months will soon be heading our way or maybe you are still enjoying them (^-^) either way I hope you enjoy this quick crochet pattern on how to make some finger-less mittens.


You can watch my video tutorial on how to make these finger-less mittens here:


You will need

  • Some chunky / bulky weight yarn, a couple of balls should do
  • 6.0mm crochet hook
  • Scissors and a yarn needle

To work cluster stitch variation
Yarn over, crochet into next stitch, yarn over and pull through, 3 loops on hook, yarn over and pull through first two loops as if starting a double crochet, yarn over and crochet into same stitch, yarn over and pull through, 4 loops on stitch, yarn over and pull through all 4 loops to complete a cluster stitch.

Round 1
Ch2 (count as stitch), work 23 dc foundation stitches, sl st in top of ch2 to form a loop - (24)

You can watch my video on how to work the double crochet foundation stitch here: https://youtu.be/PskA7r0a6Lc

Rounds 2 - 6
1dc fps around next dc post below and around ea dc post around, make sure to work a dc fps around your 2 chains as well but do this at the end, do not join rounds - (24) Sl st into next stitch at end on round 6.

You can watch my video on how to work the front post stitch here: https://youtu.be/zVeBUZs3aRk

Round 7
Ch2 (count as stitch), work 1 cluster in next st and in ea st around, sl st in top of 2ch to join - (24)

Rounds 8 - 12
Repeat round 7

Round 13
Ch3 (count first 2 chains as 1 st and last ch as 1 st), sk 6 sts (makes thumb hole), 1 cluster in next st and in ea st around, sl st in ch2 of 3 to join. - (19)

Round 14
Ch2 (count as st), 1 cluster in next ch and in ea st around, sl st in top of 2ch to join - (19)

Round 15
Ch2 (count as st), 1 cluster in next st and in ea st around, sl st in top of 2ch to join - (19) Fasten off and tie in all tails.

Repeat rounds for your second finger-less mitten.

And now you're done!

I hope you enjoyed this tutorial. For more crochet pattern fun then please pop by my website here: http://www.happyberry.co.uk or join me on YouTube at http://www.youtube.com/user/happyberrycrochet  or even come say hi on Facebook here http://www.facebook.com/happyberrycrochet. I'd love to see you!



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