Designed by Kat Goldin of The Crochet Project.
Uses one 100g skein of double knit-weight yarn.
Four-page, A5 printed pattern.
The Crochet Project is run by Joanne Scrace and Kat Goldin, both designers with a passion for beautiful and wearable designs. Their aim is to design, write and promote beautiful, modern crochet patterns.
The trick to great crochet mittens is getting the stitch right for the hands. It needs to be warm enough (so no fingers sticking out of the natural crochet gaps), but stretchy enough to allow movement. These mittens are made using linked trebles, creating a solid fabric for the coldest days.
100g of double knit-weight yarn
4.5mm crochet hook
10cm square: 17 stitches & 10 rows in linked treble crochet
Small (Medium, Large)
Finished hand size: 14 (18, 22) cm
Finished hand length: 14 (18, 20) cm
Includes written instructions
Written in UK crochet terms, but US terms are also given