Crochet Family Mittens Pattern

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Crochet Hands Full Mittens
Crochet Hands Full Mittens

Crochet Hands Full Mittens

Give the gift of warm hands to yourself as well as to someone else in your life with these easy Crochet Mittens for All Three Sizes.

These are classified as an easy pattern and they truly are. Nothing beats a nice new pair of mittens every winter, and let’s face it if you have little ones in the house mittens always go missing knowing this pattern will save your sanity in the long run!

Download Yarnspirations Pattern
Free Pattern, Mittens for all three sizes in one pattern.

These mittens start at the cuff in a rectangle. Once you get the right size, you slip stitch the join to form the cuff. Once the cuff is done, you continue to move up to the remainder of the mittens.

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These make for a great charity gift item for those who need warm hands for the winter.


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  1. Sharon

    Love this mitten pattern, but wondering if there is a way to keep the seam straight? Mine seems to curve toward the right eben though following the pattern exactly. Any ideas?

    • Mikey

      The seamline naturally travels but if you prefer a straight line seam. Turn at the end of a round to go back in the opposite direction. This will make the seamline straight.

      • Sharon

        Ok thanks, I’ll give that a try. Appreciate your help!

  2. Annette

    Hi Mikey! Thanks so much for all your instructions. I’m very new to crochet (since August) but I’ve already made two beginner projects, which are lovely. Re: this mitten project– I started on a test adult size mitten but it turned out too huge. I’m using Bernat Pop yarn and a 5mm hook, so that is probably why. The cuff turned out just fine. I’m wondering if you could give some advice with resizing? Thanks!

    • Mikey

      Resizing can be done if you change the hook size. The cuff would be easy to change. The rest of it, you may need to decrease the hook or you could eliminate some rounds too.

  3. Mary

    well it dont work i been trying all day and get no wherecan you please just post the link so i can go their, Thank you again

    • I just tried it and it’s working for me, I’m not sure why it’s not for you, you click on the blue button it should take you the Yarnspirations page where the link to the actual pattern is, you click on the large grey button and it takes you to the pattern.

  4. Bruce

    Hi, is there a link to the printed pattern? While I like videos, I am the type that works best with printed words.

    • Mikey

      Yes, it was provided in the write-up. Plus, there is a blue button for where to get the download from as well. 🙂 We have you covered.

  5. joann

    Hi i would love to make a adult pair of your mittens , I started to watch your video and you had the cuffs already made but i do not now how to make them . Can you please explain to me how I do this . Thank you

  6. kathryn

    yarnspirations link on this page is broken

  7. 08/29/2019 Links are working fine. Clicked on Get Pattern using my laptop. Went right to Yarnspirations as it should have.

      • Barbara

        Mikey found the mitten patter on YouTube for 2-4 years but I seem to have more stitches in the thumb area like twelve instead of eight, stared over, once and still the same, I am using a number 5 bulky yarn and an H hook the body of the mit turns out fine but not the thumb can be help? Thanks I love the channel you do beautiful work and give good instructions

    • Deb

      Was watching video, then it cut out, stopped where you were slip stitching cuffs together. Really want to watch

      • Mikey

        I’m unsure why the video player did that.

  8. Jen L

    Hello Mickey – the pattern link says the url is bad for the three size family mittens.

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