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Ribbed Mittens ~ Crochet Mitten Drive

I can’t say how excited I am to release these for several reasons! One, I love these mittens! They’re quick, fun and have a personality all on their own! Two, I love knowing this pattern was made in hopes of other’s making and giving to those in need; the whole purpose of the Crochet Mitten Drive! Three, I love knowing this Crochet Mitten Drive will be helping many people in need, not only from these mittens but from the many patterns designed for this drive! So have fun, make mittens and give to those in need! You can find the beginning Crochet Mitten Drive CAL post here or check out the list below the pattern for the past and upcoming pattern release dates!Crochet Mitten Drive
As an added bonus, link a finished project to these mittens on Ravelry before October 31st and get the matching hat pattern for free! Once your pattern is linked, send me an email at crystal@crystalized-designs.com with your Ravelry ID and I’ll send the Ribbed Beanie pattern right to you!

Revised December 2017!!

 

Ribbed Mittens


9/11: Chilly Cable Mittens – Blackstone Designs

9/18: Twisted Mittens – Mad Mad Me

9/25: Crystalized Designs

10/2: Busting Stitches

10/9: Moogly

10/16: Kaleidoscope Art&Gifts

10/23: Sincerely Pam

10/30: Allie Cat’s Hats and Crafts

11/6: KatiDCreations

11/13: ACCROchet

11/20: Fiber Flux

11/27: Gleeful Things

12/4: Abigail Haze Designs

12/11: Frayed Knot

12/18: Whistle and Ivy

 

13 comments on “Ribbed Mittens ~ Crochet Mitten Drive

  1. Vickie

    Hi, I like the look of these mittens. I’m having a hard time with printing out the pattern. I’ve tried different ways of doing it but one line always gets cut in half horizontally (half on one page, half on the next) and one page is always blank. It’s frustrating.
    Any help would be appreciated. Thanks.

    • cbucholz@rocketmail.com

      I’ve now added a Download Now button 🙂

      • Vickie

        Thank you!

  2. halejm

    Thank you for the wonderful pattern!

  3. Bree

    Just hoping you can clarify for me, I think you may have the toddler mitten pattern a bit off, when you make the ribbed cuff it’s 18 rows, but then when you go into the hand part you say 16?? Also, I was wondering about the colour changes, do you cut between colour changes, or do you just string the other colour along under the stitches you’re doing? Thanks for your help.

    • cbucholz@rocketmail.com

      Hello,

      I will be looking into this.

      Best regards,
      Crystal

  4. Debbie Clarke

    Love the pattern but wondering about the small childs size. You say repeat rows 8 to 11 but row 8 had the chain stitches in it. Is this a mistake or am I doing something wrong.

    • Despatis

      I have the same questions??

      • The pattern has been revised.

  5. Julie Sanborn

    Crystal – this mitten pattern was easy to follow and turned out beautiful! I made the Adult Med size for a girlfriend. Her son wanted to surprise his girlfriend with a hand made pair of mittens for her birthday. I used maroon and gold for colors since she attends the U of M – Go Gophers! She would like a hat to match. I’ll be searching Ralvery for the hat pattern.
    Thanks again for the pattern!

  6. Oda

    I cant get round 9 right, I keep getting 30 st.
    “ch 1, sc in same and next 4, ch (7,7,9), skip 5 st and sc in each st across. Join (24, 28, 32)”
    Im doing size M adult. What am I doing wrong?

    • I am so sorry for just seeing this comment. The pattern has been revised.

  7. Patricia Carey

    For the small adult mitten:. Can someone help me understand how if there are 24 stitches in Round 9, there are still 24 stitches in Round 10 when Round 10 contains 2dctog two times (so 4 stitches get combined into 2 stitches)? I can’t understand this plus I’m still short 1 stitch if it should be 22 stitches instead. Help!

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