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You can wear these mittens with the closure on the underside of the wrist or, on top of the wrist. My daughter likes the ‘buttons’ so she wears them facing up. For Drew I put them facing down so he doesn’t try to open them.
Size: Toddler (5.75 inches length/3 inches width) Tension: Cuff: 4 sc/4 rows of blo sc = 1 inch (2.5 inches length/2.75 inches wide) Mitten: 4 hdc/3.5 rows of hdc = 1 inch (4.25 inches length/3 inches wide *widest part*)
Materials: Bernat Softee Chunky  bulky (164 m/180 y)(100 g/3.5 oz) < 1 ball (the colour used above is Terra Cotta Mist) 2 buttons (the ones in the photo are size 18 mm – Gutermann 95 2542) 5mm crochet (US 8/H) hook Stitch markers Yarn needle Scissors
ca I request that you do not copy or distribute this pattern (in whole or in part) as your own work. or corrections. sts: stitches. hdc: half double crochet. I only ask that you credit me with the original design and if possible provide a link to my site. concerns. sc: single crochet. Cuff: Row 1: Chain 6 Row 2: this row is worked in the 3rd loop only (backside of the chain). please link to my blog for the pattern. turn  Row 4-17: repeat Row 3  . FO: finish off. chain 1.oombawka. AL: adjustable loop Please feel free to sell items you make using my patterns. chain 1. sc in the 2nd chain from the hook and across.Abbreviations: blo: back loop only.blogspot. ss: slip stitch. Please feel free to contact me with any questions. I appreciate your feedback. www. hdc2tog: half double crochet two together. turn  Row 3: sc blo across. Thank you for your understanding. Instead. st: stitch.
1 hdc in the next 1 st  Round 5-7: hdc around  Left Hand Round 8: 1 hdc in each of the first 5 sts. 1 sc in both loops (normal crochet) of each of the last 3 sts  Round 4: (1 hdc in each of the first 3 sts. This is where you slip stitch the cuff together. Slip stitch to the 5th chain of row 1 (see Figure 2) Continuing around the top of the cuff: Round 1: sc around the top of the cuff (beginning in the stitch to the left of the ss)  (see Figure 1) Round 2: 1 sc in blo. Fold the cuff in half. skip the next 4 sts. of each of the first 14sts. Figure 2 After folding the cuff in half.Figure 1 This is where you will begin Round 1 of the actual mitten (your first SC). 1 ss and 1 hdc in the next st (10th st). 1 sc in 3rd loop only of each of the last 3 sts  Round 3: 1 sc in 3rd loop only of the first 14 sts. 2 hdc in the next st) 4x. You may wish to mark this stitch with a stitch marker so you will remember where to start each round. 1 ss and 1 hdc in the next stitch (20th st). skip the next 4 sts. 1 hdc in each of the next 11 sts  (*ss counts as a stitch) Right Hand Round 8: 1 hdc in each of the first 15 sts. 1 hdc in the last st  (*ss counts as a stitch) Round 9-13: hdc around  (*remember that ss in round 8 counts as a stitch) Round 14: (hdc2tog) 9 x  *I stitch this round tightly* Round 15: hdc around  . so the 5th stitch of the first row is now located on the top right-hand corner. this is where the first stitch of row 1 will be located.
hdc around [6 hdc + 1 ss] Round 2: ss to the ss of round 1. sc around. leaving a tail for sewing. join the yarn with a slip stitch. turn the mitten inside-out and weave the ends of the yarn through both loops of the sc round. cut the yarn. ss to the first ss of round 4 [6 sc.Round 16: sc around  Round 17: ss to the first st. tighten firmly and weave in loose ends Closure: Create an adjustable loop (AL). tighten firmly and weave in loose ends Thumb Figure 3 This is the stitch where you will start the thumb rounds (on each hand I started in the same place) With the thumb opening on the left-hand side of your work. turn the mitten inside-out and weave the ends of the yarn through both loops of the sc round. . Round 1: 1 hdc in the same st you ss to. FO. cut the yarn. 2ss]. leaving a long tail for sewing. 1 hdc in each st around (except the one you ss into) [6 hdc + 1 ss] Round 3: ss to the ss of round 2. to the stitch just to the left of the palm of the mitten (Figure 3). FO. 1 hdc in each st around (except the one you ss into) [6 hdc + 1 ss] Round 4: ss to the ss of round 3.
Next. Crochet (sc) along the entire edge of the closure and then slip stitch into the cuff before cutting and weaving in the ends of the yarn. Attachment of Closures: Please see the diagram and photo below for assistance. sc once into the 1st hdc of Round 1. I also attach this in the valley area of the cuff. attach your button. Place the closure above the ‘valley’ row on the furthest edge of the cuff. turn  Row 3-6: 1 sc in each of the 3 stitches you created in row 2. turn  Row 7: sc around the entire closure. chain 1. chain 1. ss to the beginning sc of the row (do not finish off) Mountain Valley (where you attach the ‘closure’) I single crochet along the posts of this row to attach the closure. . Join the closure with a slip stitch before single crocheting through the closure and around the post stitch of the ‘valley’ row.Round 1: 12 hdc into the AL (find your button and make sure that it fits into the centre-hole created by the 12 hdc in the AL – you can tighten your loop but ensure you do not tighten it so much that your button no longer fits through) Row 2: chain 1.
blogspot. Happy Crocheting! All the best.ca http://www.For placement of the ‘closure’ I sc through the posts in the “valley” between the “mountains”. Rhondda – Completely Hooked http://www.oombawka.com/OombawkaDesign . this allows the closure to rest flat and to remain hidden from view when looking from the front of the mitten.facebook.