Squishy Mittens

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Squishy Mittens Pattern


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Knitting: Squishy Mittens
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Pattern Details:

Pattern Details






Women, Men, Girls, Boys



Skill Level:

medium skill level requirement Intermediate

Basic Skills Necessary:

  • knitting in the round
  • increasing and decreasing
  • 3 needle bind-off
  • cable knitting!

Pattern Description:

The Squishy Mittens pattern features lofty cables atop a
purled field. They are knit from the cuff up to the fingertips
with thumb gusset built in, and thumb stitches picked up
after the main knitting is completed.


18 sts and 28 rows = 4" in stockinette (in the round) with US 5 / 3.75mm knitting needles

26 sts and 28 rows = 4" in diamond cable
pattern (in the round) with US 5 / 3.75mm knitting

Sizing / Finished Measurements:

  • S (M, L): 61/2 -7 (8 - 81/2, 9 - 91/2)" / 16.5 - 18 (20.5 - 21.5, 23 - 24) cm palm circumference
  • 7 (73/4, 8)" / 18 (19, 20) cm long (with in pattern instructions on where to lengthen)


  • 1 skein, Rosy Green Wool, Big Merino Hug (100% Merino; 175 yds / 160 m, 3.5 oz / 100g), in Coffee Bean
  • US 5 / 3.75mm double pointed needles Adjust needle size if necessary to obtain correct gauge.

You Will Also Need:

  • 2 stitch markers
  • cable needle
  • tapestry needle
  • scrap yarn or stitch holder

Suggested yarn:

150 yards of Worsted weight

Preferred Brand/Yarn:

Rosy Green Wool, Big Merino Hug


Coffee Bean

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About Designer

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My grandmothers were the reason I love hand-work and crafts so much. As soon as I was able to manage a needle and thread, they gave me craft-related responsibilities abound. My earliest crafting photo is me at 5 years old sitting atop a table making a foam cake base in deep concentration, craft glue in one hand and crepe paper in the other.

Currently, I'm an illustrator and graphic designer ...

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