Noelle "Knit Look" Mittens - Free Crochet Pattern

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Hey Guy’s!

Today I will be sharing a really easy crochet mitten pattern! I’ve actually never been interested in crocheting mittens before for the simple fact that I live in the desert (Lol!) So, there never has actually been an instance that I would need mittens or gloves!

BUT…

As I was scrolling through Instagram I noticed more people making mittens (Hello Winter!) and decided that I should go ahead and design my own pattern. SO, to make mine unique I went ahead and designed them to appear “knitted.” Who doesn’t love the knit look!?

Let’s get into the pattern!

Notes:

  • Mittens are worked from the bottom up, thumb is worked last.

  • One size fits most.

    Finished Measurements -

    Mittens do stretch for wearing.

    Lying Flat

    4” Wide

    9.5” Tall

Materials:

Gauge:

In Half Double Crochet In Hidden Loop Using 5.50mm Crochet Hook

14 Sts = 4”

12 Rows = 4”

Abbreviations:

Ch - Chain

SC - Single Crochet

SL ST - Slip Stitch

SC BLO - Single Crochet in the Back Loop Only

SL ST BLO - Slip Stitch int he Back Loop Only

HDC - Half Double Crochet

HDC HL - Half Double Crochet into the Hidden Loop (or 3rd Loop)

PM - Place Marker

Sts - Stitches

Sk - Skip

HDCHL-2Tog - Half Double Crochet into the Hidden Loop 2 Stitches Together (Decrease)

Pattern:

The AD FREE Printable PDF for this pattern can be found HERE.

Right Mitten:

Band -

Ch7

R1 - Turn, SC across (6)

R2 - Ch1, Turn, SL ST BLO across (6)

R3 - Ch1, Turn, SC BLO across (6)

Repeat rows 2 & 3 for a total of 28 rows.

Do not fasten off, instead (wrong side facing you) slip stitch the last row to the first row to make the band. Flip your work inside out so that the right side is now facing you.

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Notes -

  1. Working across the top of the band.

  2. From this point on you will be using a stitch marker to mark the beginning of each round.

Body -

R1 - PM, Ch1, SC into each row around the band (28)

R2 - HDC around (28)

R3 - HDC HL around (28)

Repeat round 3 for a total of 10 rounds.

Thumb Hole -

R11 - HDC HL into the next 14 Sts, Ch7, Sk7, HDC into last 7 Sts (28)

R12 - HDC HL around (28)

Repeat round 12 for a total of 18 rounds

Decreasing -

R19 - *HDCHL-2Tog, HDC HL into next 7 Sts, repeat from * 3 Times, HDC HL into last (25)

R20 - *HDCHL-2Tog, HDC HL into next 6 Sts, repeat from * 3 Times, HDC HL into last (22)

R21 - *HDCHL-2Tog, HDC HL into next 5 Sts, repeat from * 3 Times, HDC HL into last (19)

R22 - *HDCHL-2Tog, HDC HL into next 4 Sts, repeat from * 3 Times, HDC HL into last (16)

R23 - *HDCHL-2Tog, HDC HL into next 3 Sts, repeat from * 3 Times, HDC HL into last (13)

R24 - *HDCHL-2Tog, HDC HL into next 2 Sts, repeat from * 3 Times, HDC HL into last (10)

Slip Stitch. Fasten off, leaving a long tail.

Closing Hole -

Using your long tail and yarn needle, weave your needle in and out throughout the last rows stitches. Pull tight to cinch the hole closed. Weave in ends.

Continue on to thumb.

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Left Mitten:

Band -

Ch7

R1 - Turn, SC across (6)

R2 - Ch1, Turn, SL ST BLO across (6)

R3 - Ch1, Turn, SC BLO across (6)

Repeat rows 2 & 3 for a total of 28 rows.

Do not fasten off, instead (wrong side facing you) slip stitch the last row to the first row to make the band. Flip your work inside out so that the right side is now facing you.

Notes -

  1. Working across the top of the band.

  2. From this point on you will be using a stitch marker to mark the beginning of each round.

Body -

R1 - PM, Ch1, SC into each row around the band (28)

R2 - HDC around (28)

R3 - HDC HL around (28)

Repeat round 3 for a total of 10 rounds.

Thumb Hole -

R11 - HDC HL into the next 7 Sts, Ch7, Sk7, HDC into last 14 Sts (28)

R12 - HDC HL around (28)

Repeat round 12 for a total of 18 rounds

Decreasing -

R19 - *HDCHL-2Tog, HDC HL into next 7 Sts, repeat from * 3 Times, HDC HL into last (25)

R20 - *HDCHL-2Tog, HDC HL into next 6 Sts, repeat from * 3 Times, HDC HL into last (22)

R21 - *HDCHL-2Tog, HDC HL into next 5 Sts, repeat from * 3 Times, HDC HL into last (19)

R22 - *HDCHL-2Tog, HDC HL into next 4 Sts, repeat from * 3 Times, HDC HL into last (16)

R23 - *HDCHL-2Tog, HDC HL into next 3 Sts, repeat from * 3 Times, HDC HL into last (13)

R24 - *HDCHL-2Tog, HDC HL into next 2 Sts, repeat from * 3 Times, HDC HL into last (10)

Slip Stitch. Fasten off, leaving a long tail.

Closing Hole -

Using your long tail and yarn needle, weave your needle in and out throughout the last rows stitches. Pull tight to cinch the hole closed. Weave in ends.

Thumb:

Attach yarn to the thumb hole.

Note -

  1. When decreasing thumb section your work will start to get a little tight and harder to crochet in, power through it!

  2. There will be two holes left on each side of the thumb that will need to be sewn shut at the end.

R1 - HDC HL around (14)

R2 - HDC HL around (14)

R3 - HDCHL-2Tog. HDC into next into the next 5 Sts, HDCHL-2Tog, HDC HL into the last 5 Sts (12)

R4 - HDCHL-2Tog. HDC into next into the next 4 Sts, HDCHL-2Tog, HDC HL into the last 4 Sts (10)

R5 - HDCHL-2Tog. HDC into next into the next 3 Sts, HDCHL-2Tog, HDC HL into the last 3 Sts (8)

R6 - HDCHL-2Tog. HDC into next into the next 2 Sts, HDCHL-2Tog, HDC HL into the last 2 Sts (6)

Slip stitch. Fasten off, leaving a long tail.

Closing Hole -

Using your long tail and yarn needle, weave your needle in and out throughout the last rows stitches. Pull tight to cinch the hole closed. Weave in ends.

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