Daddy's Simply Easy Mittens by Rhondda Mol (Oombawka Design)

Daddy's Simply Easy Mittens

September 2022
Bulky (7 wpi) ?
13 stitches and 11 rows = 4 inches
in hdc (main mitten)
5.0 mm (H)
197 yards (180 m)
Palm width approximately 5.5 inches across. Upper hand width approximately 4.75 inches across. Cuff width approximately 3 inches and length (before seaming) approximately 7 inches. Mitten length including cuff approximately 11.5 inches.
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This is my go-to beginner crochet mittens pattern and my husband still loves and wears the pair I crocheted for him. These crocheted mitts are great to give as gifts and perfect for donating to local charities and homeless shelters.

Originally released in 2013 using a yarn that has since been discontinued. I have updated my pattern to a new yarn and filmed a video tutorial to help you make the mittens.

Yarn Option One: King Cole Subtle Drifter Chunky. I used Finished Project: Mittens: 4.2 oz (120 g) and 197 yds (180 m) for one pair of mittens. You can see them in the Midnight Color Shade. You need 2 balls and a 5 mm (H) hook. You can use ANY of the King Cole Drifter Chunky Yarns or Subtle Drifter Chunky yarns.

Yarn Option Two: King Cole Big Value Tonal Chunky (the YouTube Video Tutorial was filmed using Hazy - Shade 2540). Finished Project: Mittens: 3.87 oz (110 g) and 184 yds (167 m). You need 2 balls and a 5 mm (H) hook.

YouTube Video Tutorial:

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♥ Rhondda
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