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It’s going to be a cold winter, so protect those fingers with some toasty warm crochet mittens. Whatever your style, there’s something for you. I’ve searched the internet to find a few of the options for you. Stay warm!
Here are the names and links of each pattern.
1) Snowfall Mittens by Bethany Dearden
“This pattern is so much fun to make. The colored stitches look knitted, and I love it. I have more plans with this design, and I hope you enjoy what else comes from it!”
2) Unicorn Mittens by ACCROchet
“These are the Unicorn Mittens. They were designed for the 2015 Crochet Mitten Drive & are part of my collection of free patterns.”
3) Hello Gnome Mittens by Tamara Kelly
“You can have two little friends waving hello to you from your very own hands! The Hello Gnome Mittens use tapestry and intarsia techniques, but really it’s all sc stitches with a few color changes that create these iconic little guys!”
4) Cozy Crochet Mittens by Stephanie Jessica Lau
“Please read the full blog post to see how to customize these mittens to perfectly fit your hands and fingers!”
5) Frozen Beaches Mittens by RaeLynn Orff
“The cluster stitches in combination with the suggested yarn in this pattern not only create a beautiful texture but they also create a thick, warm fabric, without being stiff and bulky.”
6) Sleigh Ride Mittens by Fiber Flux / Jennifer Dickerson
“The Sleigh Ride Mittens are lofty, colorful and quick to work up. Chunky yarn in fun colors makes these mittens super warm too!”
7) Falling Leaves Mitten by Stacey Williams
Aren’t these mittens cute?
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