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“Great pattern, however, I agree with the other person, the mittens run a bit late for me, I cut out about 10. Another thing, I like the elastic seam to show on the front instead of the inside, it looks great this way and adds a bit of embellishment to the mittens. Very fun and fast pattern.”
Sew Mittens For The Whole Family With This Mitten Pattern!
Mittens can get expensive if you have a large family. Thankfully, this pattern has sizes from baby up to an adult size large! With a 'no thumb' baby mitten pattern, XS-L children's patterns, and S-L adult mitten patterns, you won't leave anyone out!
If you had any questions that the step by step images didn't show, simply watch the included video tutorial!
We're pretty excited to start offering videos with our new & upcoming patterns. :)
These mittens make excellent gifts as well!
Sew these mittens with one layer of fleece (or upcycled sweaters) or two for extra warmth.
The inside of the mitten has a hidden elastic casing so that it holds the mitten snuggly onto the wrist in exactly the right place. The elastic also keeps snow and cold from getting in the mitten.
Make your own mittens in many colors and patterns - maybe even a pair to match each outfit!
THIS MITTEN PATTERN & TUTORIAL INCLUDES
Step by step directions with crisp, real life images for each step of the mitten pattern
NEW! VIDEO TUTORIAL! (woot!!!)
Printable pattern pieces for sizes Baby-Adult Large
Recommended fabrics for the mittens
Budget friendly ideas
100% support from a professional seamstress
Mamma Can Do It 2013
fleece or an old sweater anything will work!
Great pattern, however, I agree with the other person, the mittens run a bit late for me, I cut out about 10. Another thing, I like the elastic seam to show on the front instead of the inside, it looks great this way and adds a bit of embellishment to the mittens. Very fun and fast pattern.
This pattern comes with a very helpful video tutorial. It was definitely a fast project but the mittens ran a little short. Next time, I will add an inch or 2 to the length and lower the elastic a bit.