Luscious One Skein Fingerless Mitts

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The Luscious One Skein Cowl was a hit, so I decided to create the pattern for the Luscious One Skein Crochet Hat. And then I was on a roll, and before you know it I’d designed the matching Luscious One Skein Fingerless Mitts!

Luscious One Skein Crochet Hat & Fingerless Mitts (and cowl too!) - Free #crochet patterns!

Like the Cowl and Hat, the Luscious One Skein Fingerless Mitts take just one skein of yarn – actually, a bit less in this case! And they make a wonderful gift – alone, or paired with one of the matching items as a set! In these photos they’re modeled by my 12 year old daughter, and just a bit oversize, but they fit me really well – so this pattern should fit most women in their teens to adults!

Luscious One Skein Fingerless Mitts (and cowl and hat too!) - Free #crochet patterns!

Luscious One Skein Fingerless Mitts

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  • US – M/N, 9.0 mm hook
  • 80 yds (2.5 oz) bulky weight yarn (a bit less than 1 skein Lion Brand Unique, Grapevine shown)
  • Click for Video Tutorials: FDC – Foundation Double Crochet; FDC in the Round; fpdc – Front Post Double Crochet/bpdc – Back Post Double Crochet; CSDC – Chainless Starting Double Crochet; Seamless join
  • NOTE: If you do not wish to use the CSDC, ch 2 and dc in the first st. If you do not wish to use the FDC, you can ch 18 and work a row of dc, but the cuffs will not be as stretchy.

(Make 2 – there’s no difference between the left and right mitts!)

Round 1: FDC 18, join to work in the round. (18 sts)

Round 2: Ch 2, fpdc in the first st, bpdc in the next st. *Fpdc in the next st, bpdc in the next st. Repeat from * to end. Join with a sl st to the first fpdc. (18 sts)

Round 3: Repeat Round 2.

Round 4: CSDC, dc in the next st, ch 1, skip 1 st, *Dc in the next 2 sts, ch 1, skip 1 st. Repeat from * to end. Join with a sl st to the CSDC. (18 sts including chs)

Round 5: CSDC, skip the next st, working over the ch 1 from the previous round, work 2 dc sts into the skipped st of the row below the previous row (Round 3). *Dc in the next st, skip the next st, working over the ch 1 from the previous round, work 2 dc sts into the skipped st of the row below the previous row. Repeat from * to end. Join with a sl st to the CSDC. (18 sts)

Round 6: CSDC, ch 1, skip the next st. *Dc in the next 2 sts, ch 1, skip the next st. Repeat from * until 1 st remains, dc in the last st. Join with a sl st to the CSDC. (18 sts including chs)

Round 7: CSDC, working over the ch 1 from the previous round, work 2 dc sts into the skipped st of the row below the previous row. *Skip the next st, dc in the next st, working over the ch 1 from the previous round, work 2 dc sts into the skipped st of the row below the previous row. Repeat from * until 1 st remains, skip the last st. Join with a sl st to the CSDC. (18 sts)

Round 8 – 9: Repeat Rounds 4 – 5.

Round 10: (Creating the thumb hole.) CSDC, ch 1, skip the next st, dc in the next 2 sts, ch 1, skip the next st, dc in the next 3 sts, ch 2, skip 2 sts, dc in the next 3 sts, ch 1, skip the next st, dc in the next 2 sts, ch 1, skip the next st, dc in the last st. Join with a sl st to the CSDC. (18 sts including chs)

Round 11: CSDC, working over the ch 1 from the previous round, work 2 dc sts into the skipped st of the row below the previous row, skip the next st, dc in the next st. Work 2 dc sts into the skipped st of the row below the previous row, skip the next st, dc in the next st, skip the next st, work 2 dc in the ch sp, skip the next st, dc in the next st, skip the next st, work 2 dc sts into the skipped st of the row below the previous row, skip the next st, dc in the next st, work 2 dc sts into the skipped st of the row below the previous row, skip the last st. Join with a sl st to the CSDC. (15 sts)

Round 12: Repeat Round 2, ending with a fpdc in the last st. Break yarn and use seamless join to finish off.

And that completes the set I think! Unless there’s something else you think it needs? Let’s see, there’s the Luscious Fingerless Mitts, Hat, Cowl…. let me know if you need some boot cuffs! Enjoy the patterns everybody, and let me know if you spot any errors! As usual, the free patterns get crowd tested as they’re released, and I depend on your feedback!

Written pattern copyright Tamara Kelly 2013. Please do not reprint or repost this pattern, but please do link to this page to share this pattern with others. If you wish to make items for sale from this pattern, please visit the About page for details. TamaraKelly@mooglyblog.com.

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  1. 1

    Phyllis Peterson says

    I got your address off of a pattern for the Blackberry Salad Striped Baby Bonnet. I have almost finished and need some help. Could you tell me what this means: Round 15. dc2togdecreases to end. Join to top of 1st decease with sl st. Thank you so much
    Phyllis Peterson

    • 2

      Tamara Kelly says

      Hi Phyllis! That means to work dc2tog over the next two sts, then dc2tog over the next 2 sts, then dc2tog over the next two sts… all the way to the end of the round. At the end of the Round this gives you half as many sts as in the previous round. Does that help?

  2. 3

    Teresa says

    Hi!
    Could you please help me, if I need to make it little bit bigger, shall the number of the beginning FDC be divisible by three or it doesn’t matter??
    Thanks :)

  3. 6

    Mary says

    LOVE this pattern! Just wondering why, if you don’t do the FDC, you can ch 48, but if you start with the FDC, you start with 18 stitches? Does that mean that every row will have 48 stitches instead of 18? (Forgive my lack of knowledge–I’m still a newbie at this!)

    • 7

      Tamara Kelly says

      Ack! I’m sorry, that was typo that I fixed in the middle of the blog migrating to a new webhost and my correction didn’t move along with the rest of the site. It should be ch 18 as well! I’ll go fix it (for good this time!) now! Thanks for the heads up!

  4. 8

    Jeannie says

    Wonderful pattern ty. Wondering if it is possible to make some type of flap that would cover fingers and cold then be pushed back when needing fingerless. Ty so much for all you do.

  5. 11

    carrie says

    Boot cuffs!!! That’s what I started out looking for when I stumbled on this set and fell inlove…. any chance you have made them yet? :)

    Thanks for sharing your ideas!

    • 12

      Tamara Kelly says

      Hi Carrie! Shoot, not for this one yet, though I do have my first ever pair of boot cuffs coming out next Friday! I’ll have to get ones for this set on the list!

    • 14

      Tamara Kelly says

      I’m afraid this stitch pattern doesn’t allow for sizing that small, but making them in a thinner yarn might work really well!

  6. 15

    Susan says

    What yarn did you use here? The colors are beautiful? If it is the Lion Unique in grapevine, what happened to all the green? Did you just cut those sections out?

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