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This crochet pattern was designed as an afterthought to match my Brooklyn Boot cuffs published last week. I must say, they make an amazing pair. The crochet pattern uses the same stitch as the Brooklyn boot cuffs and works up in just half the time. You can wear it in your cold office rooms or outdoors, a perfect accessory where style meets comfort. Fingerless mitts keep your fingers free to hold a book or text to your heart's content. What's more? They are fairly easy to make with very little shaping, unlike the regular mittens.
The stitches used are easy to learn and give it a nice texture. The wooden buttons used are optional and are only for embellishment. The mittens can be worked in less than two hours and can make a cherished handmade Christmas gift. So grab your hook and yarn and make a pair today.
1. Worsted weight ( size 4 medium) yarn
2. Hook – G (4.25mm)
3. Two ¾ inch wooden buttons
Using G hook, 16 sc rows worked in back loops = 4 inches
Finished size: 3.5 inches wide and 7 ½ inches long
100 Yards for a pair