Crocheted Mitten Pattern

I made these mittens with chunky worst-weight yarn and a size I hook. Keep in mind that I am doing this from memory, I, unfortunately, did not take any notes.
Starting at the cuff: chain 11
Row 1: sc in the second chain from hook, sc in the remaining stitches, ch1 turn (10 sc)
Row 2: sc in back loops of each sc across, ch1, turn
Repeat row 2 until 20 rows are completed.
Turn work to the side and work in continuous rounds.
Row 1: work 20 sc alongside of the cuff mark the first and the last stitch
Row 2: 2 sc in the first stitch, sc until the last stitch, 2 sc in the last stitch (22 sc) again, mark the first and the last stitch.
repeat row 2 until you have 30 sc.
Setting up for the thumb:
sc in the next 4 sc, sc in the next sc and mark this stitch. sc in the next 21 sc, skip the next 8 sc, sc in the marked sc. (22 sc)
Marked stitch is first sc in each row.
Row 1: sc in each of the 22 sc around.
repeat row 1 for 10 rows, or about 1 1/2 inches below the desired length.
Decrease for top of mitten:
Row 1: sc 2tog, sc in the next 4, sc 2tog, *sc in the next 5, sc 2 tog* repeat around
Row 2: sc around
Row 3: *sc in next 4, sc 2 tog* around
Row 4: sc around
Row 5: *sc in the next 3, sc 2 tog* around
Row 6: *sc in the next 2, sc 2 tog* around finish off.
sc in the first unworked sc (mark this stitch) and in the remaining 7 sc, 2 sc in the side of the mitten (10 sc)
do two more rounds of sc
decrease for thumb:
Row 1: sc in the next 3 sc, sc 2tog, repeat one more time
Row 2: sc around
Row 3: sc in the next 2 sc, sc 2 tog, repeat one more time, finish off.
Sew in ends, and sew up the side seam for the cuff.
Of course, make the other mitten.

Here is the video for the mittens:


  1. Thank you, thank you, thank you!!

    This was the first thing I have attempted apart from hats and simple potholders. The pattern was so easy to follow, and I got one done in one sitting! A link to the photo of mine is below:


  2. Glad to hear that the pattern worked out, I don't often get feedback from my pattern.

  3. Glad to hear that the pattern worked out, I don't often get feedback from my pattern.

  4. Was in search of a pattern for Mittens and I love these. Thanks so much for sharing this pattern with us.

  5. Does this pattern fit an ladies adult hand.

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  6. Just came across this... have always knitted mittens but am going to try these!! They just look warmer and I do love crocheting - THANK YOU! JoAnn

  7. I crochet everything from ear warmers to amigurumi dragonflys. This is my favorite mitten pattern I've ever tried. Love the thumb idea. Thank you.


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