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« on: February 05, 2014 02:28:21 PM »


I know I know I have been MIA again, but I have a good excuse. I am 5 weeks and 20 contact hours from finishing grad school.

And I have had the best clinical supervisor. She has been amazing to me, and she is also resigning this week. She is an avid mountain climber so I wanted to make her some mitts to keep her wrists warm. To be honest I bought a pattern and I hated it. So I made up my own. And I am going to share it with you.

Now its my first pattern, and here might be (probably are) mistakes. If you have questions or suggestions let me know. And have fun.

Supplies
Sock weight yarn I used a 240 yard skein and had plenty left over
Size B hook
1 Stitch marker (or a paperclip)

Stitches
Slip stitch
Chain
Dc2tog, double crochet 2 together         
Dc3tog, double crochet 3 together



Chain 40 and join being careful not to turn

Left mitt
Row 1: Ch3, Dc2tog in 3rd chain from hook, *chain 1, skip 1 chain, Dc3tog in next chain *, repeat * to end, join with a slip stitch in chain 3.

Row 2: Slip stitch to first chain 1 space, chain 3, Dc2tog in same space, *chain 1, Dc3tog in next chain 1 space*, repeat * to end, join with a slip stitch in chain 3

Row 3-6: repeat row 2

Row 7: Slip stitch to first chain 1 space, chain 3, Dc2tog in same space, chain 1, Dc3tog in next chain 1 space, chain 6, skip 2 chain 1 spaces, Dc3tog in next chain 1 space, *chain 1, Dc3tog*, repeat * to end, join with a slip stitch in chain 3. This is the thumb hole.

Row 8: Slip stitch to first chain 1 space, chain 3, Dc2tog in same space, chain 1,  Dc3tog in first chain, chain 1, Dc3tog in third chain, chain 1, Dc3tog in sixth chain, *chain 1, Dc3tog in next chain 1 space*, repeat * till end, join with a slip stitch in chain 3.

Rows 9-11: Repeat row 2

Row 12: Slip stitch to first chain 1 space, chain 3, Dc2tog in same space, (chain 1,  skip 1 chain 1 space, Dc3tog in next chain 1 space), repeat ( ) 1 more time,*chain 1, Dc3tog in next chain 1 space*, repeat * till end, join with a slip stitch in chain 3.

Row 13: Repeat row 2

Row 14: Slip stitch to first chain 1 space, chain 3, Dc2tog in same space, chain 1,  skip 1 chain 1 space, Dc3tog in next chain 1 space, ,*chain 1, Dc3tog in next chain 1 space*, repeat * till end, join with a slip stitch in chain 3. Cut yarn and fasten off.

Lay mitt flat with thumb hole to the right. Find and mark the center cluster.




Row 15: Beginning on the chain 1 space on either side of the marker- slip stitch to attach yarn, (chain 3, Dc2tog, chain 1, Dc3tog  in same space), *chain 1, Dc3tog in next chain 1 space*, repeat * to last chain 1 space, in last chain 1 space (Dc3tog chain 1, Dc3tog), do not join.

Row 16: Slip stitch to first chain 1 space, (chain3, dc2tog, chain 1, Dc3tog) in first chain 1 space, *chain 1, Dc3tog in next chain 1 space*, repeat * to last chain 1 space, in last chain 1 space (Dc3tog chain 1, Dc3tog), do not join, fasten off.

Weave in ends to finish.

Right Mitt
 Follow pattern rows 1-14. Lay mitt flat with thumb to left. Continue rows 15-16.

 
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« Reply #1 on: February 05, 2014 04:37:20 PM »

HI najaorama!  These mitts are fantastic!  I have tons of sock weight yarn about, and this is a perfect project for that stash.  Thanks for sharing! Grin
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« Reply #2 on: February 05, 2014 05:13:48 PM »

Great Style.  I have a felted wool coat that I love (but my itchy wrists don't).  I will be making myself up a pair soon. 
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