Cute & Cosy Baby Mittens by Ling Ryan

Cute & Cosy Baby Mittens

November 2019
Aran (8 wpi) ?
8 stitches and 9 rows = 2 inches
in SPsc + Ch1 main stitch pattern
5.0 mm (H)
5.5 mm (I)
50 - 60 yards (46 - 55 m)
2 sizes: Approx. 6-12 months & 12-18 months
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The Cute & Cosy Baby Mittens PDF pattern is available to download for a small price. It includes high quality, step by step photographs throughout, not available online. It also includes an in-depth tutorial with photos, explaining the Spiked Moss Stitch used in the pattern. You will also receive an image-free printer friendly copy.

Written using US crochet terms, with a conversion chart to help with converting into UK terms.

Crochet these snuggly warm mittens for babies, featuring a ribbed double cuff and textured stitch pattern. These match my ladies sized Cute & Cosy Mittens, so you can make an adorable Mommy & Baby set!

I have used Aran (US Worsted) weight acrylic yarn for my mittens. You can use any worsted/aran weight yarn you prefer.

This pattern includes 2 baby sizes, designed without separate thumbs.

Size A for approx. 6-12 months:
Suitable for upto 3” hand width by 3.5” hand length, with a maximum cuff circumference of 4.5”

Size B for approx. 12-18 months:
Suitable for upto 3.5” hand width by 4.5” hand length, with a maximum cuff circumference of 5”

Each larger mitten uses approximately 8g/13m/ 14yds of yarn for the cuff, and 20g/32m/35yds for the main mitten.

2” square = 9 hdc x 5 rows for the cuff, 4 SPsc + ch1 sts x 9 rows for the main stitch. I have used a 5mm hook for the cuff, and a 5.5mm hook for the main mitten.

You will need:
Aran/Worsted weight yarn in your choice of colours - Approx. 40g/64m/70yds of your main colour, and 16g/26m/28yds of your cuff colour per pair.
5mm & 5.5mm hooks, or sizes to achieve gauge.
Yarn needle, and scissors.