Stripy Mitts by Sandra Paul
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Stripy Mitts

February 2013
Sport (12 wpi) ?
11 stitches and 20 rows = 4 inches
in treble crochet (UK)
3.5 mm (E)
170 yards (155 m)
This pattern is available as a free Ravelry download

Warm, colourful and stylish, make these gloves and your hands will thank you.

Pattern Notes
This pattern for a pair of stripy mitts worked both in rows and in the round. It is available as a written pattern and a tutorial style pattern.

To download the pdf for the written pattern, use the links above.

To use the photo tutorial, follow the blog link given below.

Skill Level
Basic stitches are used throughout however the construction requires some concentration.

170 yards of Sport or Light DK yarn in various colours.

I used Debbie Bliss Baby Cashmerino but a lot of the original colours I used are now discontinued, so here are the nearest colours from the latest range:
Unfortunately a lot of the DB colours I used are now discontinued. I did find matches in her latest range that might be of interest to you though:

006 - Candy Pink
018 - Citrus
026 - Duck Egg
034 - Red
059 - Mallard
066 - Amber
071 - Royal
204 - Baby Blue
608 - Pale Lilac

The duck egg blue (026) was the colour I used for the edging and the other colours were used for all the stripes.

3.5mm (USA E) hook - or whichever size you need to use to get the correct fit

14 buttons approx 1cm (3/8”) diameter
Yarn needle
Needle and thread for sewing on buttons

Medium (but can be easy adjusted, directions given in the pattern)

Pattern Includes:

  • A full written pattern with clear instructions
  • US stitch names listed for reference
  • A photo tutorial style pattern
  • Blocking diagram
  • Help with resizing

Pattern written in:
UK Terms

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