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Fitted Fingerless Mitts


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These stylish fingerless mitts will keep your hands toasty on cold days but won't restrict the use of your fingers as regular gloves tend to do. Wear them to play in the snow with the kids or to keep you warm in that chilly office. BASIC SKILLS NECESSARY sc - single crochet hdc - half double crochet blo - back loops only hdc2tog - half double crohet 2 stitches together FPsc - Front Post single crochet BPsc - Back Post single crochet slst - slip stitch Whip stitch GAUGE 13 sts and 11 rows = 4 in. (10cm) in hdc. Although helpful, the gauge is not that important as long as the CUFF RIBBING is the right circumference, you can add or subtract ROUNDS for a longer or shorter glove as well. This will change with stitch counts at the end of each row. If it takes you fewer stitches and rows to make a 4 in. [10 cm] square, try using a small size hook; if more stitches and rows, try a larger hook. SIZING / FINISHED MEASUREMENTS SMALL: 7.5" - 7.75" Forearm Circumference (MEDIUM): 8" - 8.25" Forearm Circumference (LARGE): 8.5" - 8.75" Forearm Circumference (X-LARGE): 9" - 9.25" Forearm Circumference Sizing is based on forearm circumference and is easily customizable by adding or subtracting ROWS from the CUFF RIBBING. The rest of the pattern will conform properly. SUGGESTED YARN 130 yards of Worsted weight PREFERRED BRAND/YARN Red Heart Super Saver

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  • Stitch marker (small piece of yarn)
  • (I) 5.55mm hook

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I am a graphic designer,cross stitcher, crocheter, and crafter. A Life-long Oregon resident, I grew up in the Mt. Hood Villages; I learned crochet and crafting at an early age from my mother and aunt, developing a love of handmade goods and crafts. Throughout my younger life, I explored different forms of expression including wet photography and digital art. Enjoying what both the traditional and modern forms of expression had to offer. While I earned degree in Graphic Design, I established NeedleWise Patterns as an outlet for my creative works.