Convertible Mittens, Uninterrupted by Farrah Hodgson

Convertible Mittens, Uninterrupted

by Farrah Hodgson
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November 2012
Aran (8 wpi) ?
18 stitches and 14 rows = 4 inches
3.75 mm (F)
200 - 250 yards (183 - 229 m)
Average Women's and Men's size
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Discontinued. This digital pattern is no longer available online.


Includes a clear photo tutorial and easy to read format.

If you have purchased the previous version, I have personally sent you an e-mail message containing the new pattern :)

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Forget everything you know about crocheting mittens and gloves…, these convertible mittens are made using one continuous strand of yarn! There is no need to sew in several ends from cutting and reattaching the yarn every time you make a finger!

This pattern works from the top of the mitten and ends at the cuff. You will be working in rounds and short rows to achieve a flawless finish. After you’ve made one, you will be hooked!

Use of a stitch marker at the end of each round is recommended. A full step by step photo tutorial is included! This pattern is written for standard women’s and men’s (in bold) sizing.

This is NOT a pattern for beginners!

Skill Level: Intermediate - advanced
You will need one skein of yarn to complete the women’s size, and two skeins to complete the men’s size.

Women’s: Un-stretched - 4” wide, 1.5” cuff length, 6” from top of cuff - top of finger holes, 4” mitten flap length
Men’s: Un-stretched - 4.5” wide, 1.5”cuff length, 7” from top of cuff - top of finger holes, 4.25” mitten flap length

Terms Used:
Sc=single crochet
Sl st=slip stitch
Sc2tog=single crochet next 2 stitches together

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