12.17.2013

Two Tone Baby Mittens Crochet Pattern {Baby 0-3 Months}

free crochet pattern two tone baby mittens
free crochet pattern two tone baby mittens
Keep tiny fingers warm and cozy in a pair of Two Tone Baby Mittens. Crochet a pair of these thumbless mitts for baby in less than an hour! The ribbed cuff can be worn long or folded. Wear them long to tuck under coats and jackets or folded to slip on easily anytime, anywhere. 

Size: 0-3 Months

Stitch Knowledge: adjustable loop, ch (chain), sc (single crochet)

Materials List:
Worsted Weight Acrylic Yarn
(Lion Brand Vanna's Choice for the sample.)
Size U.S. I/9 (5.50mm) Hook
Scissors and Tapestry Needle
Stitch Marker

Note: Pattern is worked in spiral rounds. Do not join and do not turn. Mark the first stitch of each round with a removable stitch marker. Move the stitch marker up as each round is completed.

MITTEN (make two)

Starting out: With contrast color make an adjustable loop.

Rnd 1: Work 6 sc into the loop. (6sc)
Rnd 2: Work 2 sc into each stitch around. (12sc)
Rnd 3: {Work 2 sc into next stitch, sc in next.} Repeat between {} around. (18sc)
Rnd 4: Work 1 sc into each stitch around. (18sc)
Rnd 5-6: Repeat Round 4.
Rnd 7-13: Join main color. Repeat Round 4.
Rnd 14: Repeat Round 4. Slip stitch into the next stitch to join round. DO NOT FASTEN OFF! 

CUFF

Starting out: Ch 7

Row 1: Working back toward the body of the mitten, work 1 sc into the back loop only of the 2nd chain from hook. Continue working 1 sc into the back loop only of each chain across. (6sc)

Join the cuff to the mitten by working a slip stitch into the next sc on the mitten. Slip stitch into the next sc.

Row 2: Turn, skip over the 2 slip stitches. Working back across the cuff, work 1 sc into the back loop only of each sc across. (6sc)

Row 3: Ch1, turn. Working back toward the body of the mitten, work 1 sc into the back loop only of each sc across. Join the cuff to the mitten by working a slip stitch into the next sc on the mitten. Slip stitch into the next sc. (6sc)

Row 4-17: Repeat Rows 2 and 3.

Turn. Finish off by holding the beginning and ending rows together. Join the two rows together by working a slip stitch into each chain loop and back loop only of each sc across. (6 slip stitch)

Tie off. Weave in ends. Laying flat your finished mitten will measure 4.5 inches long and 2.25 inches wide.

free crochet pattern two tone baby mittens
free crochet pattern two tone baby mittens
This pattern is copyright protected and CANNOT be resold or reproduced in any way. Please feel free to sell finished products made from this pattern. A link back to the pattern in your listing would be greatly appreciated.
Thank you!

32 comments:

  1. Adorable!!!!
    thank you for sharing, xxxxx Ale

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    1. You are very welcome! I'm so happy you like them. :)

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  2. Sara, you have outdone yourself this Season posting so many fun projects. Happy Holiday's,
    Meredith

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    1. Aww... Thanks Meredith! I've been feeling inspired. :)

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  3. Gorgeous little mittens. Thanks for designing and sharing your pattern.

    Love, Margaret

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    1. Thank you Margaret! I'm happy you like them and happy to share them. Enjoy!

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  4. Aw! Supercute pattern! Thanks for sharing!

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  5. how many sts to increase and make in my size? Love love them!

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  6. How long (from tip to end of cuff) are they supposed to be?

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    1. She says at the end of the pattern, they are 4 1/2" long and 2 1/2 " wide.

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  7. Been looking for an easy to do pattern for baby mitts. Love these and thank you for publishing!!!

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  8. Sara, thanks for the clever color combo idea, been making baby mitts for years never came up with your idea those, they are so cute I must make some!

    Thanks again
    Sherry

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  9. Adorável Obrigado por estes lindos padrões,parabéns por estas cores linda alegres que nos fazem feliz,abraços Helena Freitas.

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  10. I just finished a baby blanket and hat to give as a gift and MUST make these adorable mittens to go along with the set. Sooo cute!! Thanks so much for sharing!

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  11. These are awfully cute, although they seem a little large for newborn mittens. I ended up having to use a size G hook to obtain the size you indicated they should be when finished, but they still seem somewhat large to me. But they're very cute! I'm giving them as part of a baby shower gift tomorrow, along with crocheted booties and burp cloths. Thanks for the easy to follow pattern!

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  12. Its very useful

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  13. These are so cute! I made a pair last year for my newborn, but like the above comment, they came out too big for her tinsy hands! All I did was use a smaller hook size, and these came out fantastic this time. They're adorable. Thanks for the free pattern!

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  14. I was wondering is there is a pattern for a larger size mitten? Say, 5-9 months?

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  15. Really large for a newborn. Going to try with a smaller hook and thinner yarn. Thanks for the pattern. Really easy to follow

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  16. Great little pattern - but I have to tell you - I've been using this basic pattern for years now - only difference is the colour changes. I vary the number of increase rows to get mitts in all sizes and have a system for adding thumbs on the larger ones. Nice to see you share as now I am not good at the computer stuff.

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    1. Help! For some reason I am stuck on understanding beginning row 2. Am I going back into row 1 or behind it? You are the latest comment. So since you have been doing this for a while maybe you can help. Thanks.

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  17. Help! For some reason I am stuck on understanding beginning row 2. Am I going back into row 1 or behind it?

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  18. Hi. I'm having trouble with the cuff. Is it supposed to be a back loop sc or a back post sc? I'm doing back loop but it is coming out flat and not ribbed.

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    1. I'm having the same problem :(

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  19. Make sure every time you turn in the previous row crochet in the back loop only.

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  20. Super cute! Just made these for one of my moms coworkers! I did use a bpdc and fpdc ribbing for the wrist though!

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