Morning Fog Mitts by Katelyn Cowan

Morning Fog Mitts

Crochet
Worsted (9 wpi) ?
11 stitches and 13 rows = 4 inches
in Half double crochet
5.5 mm (I)
80 - 100 yards (73 - 91 m)
Women's small/medium and medium/large
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Originally designed with the notoriously unpredictable San Francisco weather in mind, these cute and versatile wrist warmers are perfect for brisk mornings, cool nights, and everything in between. They’ll keep you feeling toasty indoors and out. Ideal for chilly offices, impractical but irresistible 3/4 length jackets, and those miserable 8 A.M. dog walks.

They use only a small amount of worsted weight yarn (don’t tell me I’m the only person with random Malabrigo leftovers all over the place) and can be worked up in no time. A perfect beginner project for newbies (and experts with fabulous taste). Work them up over a couple episodes of evening trash TV and face tomorrow morning’s cruel fog lookin’ fancy and fresh.