Friday, December 16, 2016

Free Crochet Pattern...Chunky Mitts for Everyone! (+ full video tutorials)


Need a quickie gift for just about anyone on your list?  Chunky Mitts are not only easy as pie to stitch up, they also take very little time thanks to super bulky yarn and a large hook.  Included are sizes for men, women, and kids!  Need a little help?  There's a separate full video tutorial video for each size!

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Chunky Mitts for Everyone
By Jennifer Dickerson

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Yarn Needed:

  • Men: 1 ball Wool Ease Thick & Quick Solids (Men's size shown in "Charcoal")
  • Women: 3/4 ball of Wool Ease Thick & Quick Solids (Women's size shown in "Fisherman")
  • Kids: 1/2 ball of Wool Ease Thick & Quick Solids (Kids sizes shown in both "Blossom" and "Glacier")

Note:  Some of the Wool Ease Thick & Quick (like the prints and stripes) have a slightly smaller yardage, please take that into account when selecting yarn for this project.

Other Materials:

  • 9.0 mm crochet hook
  • Tapestry Needle
  • Scissors
  • Tape Measure/Ruler (optional)


Sizing:

  • Men: 8 inches tall and 11 inch circumference
  • Women : 7 inches tall and 9 inch circumference
  • Kids: 6 inches tall and 7 inch circumference

Lion Brand Wool-Ease Thick And Quick Yarn

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*Note: for all sizes, you can adjust your starting chain as needed in any even multiple.  Mitts are worked from the bottom up.


Instructions for Kids Mitts:

Full video tutorial here (see below video for written pattern):



Ch 14, Join in the furthest ch from the hook with a sl st.
Round 1: Ch 2, work a hdc in each chain, join with a sl st to close round.
Round 2: Ch 2, work a hdc in each stitch, join with a sl st to close round.
Round 3: Repeat round 2.
Round 4: Repeat round 2.
Round 5: Repeat round 2.
Round 6: Ch 2, work a hdc in the first stitch, a hdc in the next st, chain 3, skip 3 stitches, then work a hdc in the next stitch.  Work a hdc in each stitch for the rest of the round, join with a sl st to close round.
Round 7: Ch 2, work a hdc in the first stitch, a hdc in the next stitch, then 3 hdc in the ch 3 space (from previous round).  Work a hdc in the remaining stitches, then join with a sl st to close round.
Round 8: Ch 2, work a hdc in each stitch, join with a sl st to close round.


Instructions for Women's Mitts:

Full video tutorial here (see below video for written pattern):




Ch 16, Join in the furthest ch from the hook with a sl st.
Round 1: Ch 2, work a hdc in each chain, join with a sl st to close round.
Round 2: Ch 2, work a hdc in each stitch, join with a sl st to close round.
Round 3: Repeat round 2.
Round 4: Repeat round 2.
Round 5: Repeat round 2.
Round 6: Repeat round 2.
Round 7: Repeat round 2.
Round 8: Ch 2, work a hdc in the first stitch, a hdc in the next st, chain 3, skip 3 stitches, then work a hdc in the next stitch.  Work a hdc in each stitch for the rest of the round, join with a sl st to close round.
Round 9: Ch 2, work a hdc in the first stitch, a hdc in the next stitch, then 3 hdc in the ch 3 space (from previous round).  Work a hdc in the remaining stitches, then join with a sl st to close round.
Round 10: Ch 2, work a hdc in each stitch, join with a sl st to close round.
Round 11: Repeat round 10.


Instructions for Mens Mitts:

Full video tutorial here (see below video for written pattern):

Ch 18, Join in the furthest ch from the hook with a sl st.
Round 1: Ch 2, work a hdc in each chain, join with a sl st to close round.
Round 2: Ch 2, work a hdc in each stitch, join with a sl st to close round.
Round 3: Repeat round 2.
Round 4: Repeat round 2.
Round 5: Repeat round 2.
Round 6: Repeat round 2.
Round 7: Repeat round 2.
Round 8: Repeat round 2.
Round 9: Ch 2, work a hdc in the first stitch, a hdc in the next st, chain 3, skip 3 stitches, then work a hdc in the next stitch.  Work a hdc in each stitch for the rest of the round, join with a sl st to close round.
Round 10: Ch 2, work a hdc in the first stitch, a hdc in the next stitch, then 3 hdc in the ch 3 space (from previous round).  Work a hdc in the remaining stitches, then join with a sl st to close round.
Round 11: Ch 2, work a hdc in each stitch, join with a sl st to close round.
Round 12: Repeat round 11.


Finishing & Assembly:
Weave in all ends that remain and you're finished!


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2 comments:

  1. Great pattern as always! Will need to put these on my to do list. Thanks for sharing.

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  2. hi jennifer like your blog can you do a turtorial crochet summer hand bag thanks thanks for teaching us these beautiful hand made crochet items

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