Mittens with Snap-On Coffee Sleeve

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Mittens with Snap-On Coffee Sleeve Pattern


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Knitting: Mittens with Snap-On Coffee Sleeve
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Pattern Details:

Pattern Details






Women, Men, Girls, Boys



Skill Level:

small skill level requirement Beginner

Basic Skills Necessary:

  • slip stitch purlwise
  • Knitting in the round

Pattern Description:

It's winter. You're cold. You need a coffee, but you forgot your reusable coffee cup sleeve at home. Won't you be looking smart when you remember you have your own built-in coffee sleeve stowed away around your wrist? With a flourish and a snap, that coffee cup sleeve is now securely anchored to your mitten to even further protect that precious beverage.

Mittens are one size, but can increase or decrease in length as you go to fit the desired hand. Mitten cuffs and coffee sleeve use a slipped stitch repeat to create a textured look that looks great from the wrong side as well. I used Paton's Kroy sock yarn in Flax for this mitten (and one ball was just barely enough for both mittens and sleeve). The sleeve is knit with 4 - 2.75mm dp needles, while the mitten is knit with 4 - 3.5mm dp needles. You will require 4 snaps for this pattern as well.

This pattern is for the klutzy, it's for the environmentally conscious, and it's for the fashionable. Knit yourself up a pair today, or knit some for that special pal of yours.


14 x 16 stitches = 2 inches

Sizing / Finished Measurements:

  • one size


  • 4 - 3.5mm dp needles
  • 4 - 2.75mm dp needles
  • at least 1 ball of sock yarn

You Will Also Need:

  • 4 snaps

Suggested yarn:

152 meters of Fingering weight

Preferred Brand/Yarn:

Paton's Kroy Socks



About Designer

About Designer

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For me, knitting and crocheting evolved from a hobby to an all-consuming passion (some would say obsession). Inspiration for my designs is drawn from all over the place, including past travels -- from Turkey to Kyrgyzstan and many places in between. I dream about wool during the long Canadian winters, often waking from my sleep with visions of knittin?s dancing in my head.
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