Free Pattern: Crochet Mittens

Mittens: Drops Nepal version

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  1. These are sooooooooooooooo lovely (I know, I have seen them in the ‘flesh’) and thank you so much for sharing the pattern. As I have made lots of knitted ones, it will be a nice change to crochet a pair. Have a lovely w/e x

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  2. The are very pretty! Just right for this season where things start to get a little chilly outside.

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  3. These are lovely Tracey – I shall put them on the to-do list for after I have made all my things for Emily’s swap!

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  4. Total genius! I have finished mine and my scarf, which is blocking now. Will blog about them at the weekend. Have a lovely Friday E xxx

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  5. Tracey Todhunter

     /  September 29, 2011

    Thanks, very excited to see what everyone puts ins x

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  6. Tracey Todhunter

     /  September 29, 2011

    Thank you :)

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  7. Lovely pattern and beautiful colours Tracey! Thanks for sharing your pattern with us! :D

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  8. Tracey Todhunter

     /  September 30, 2011

    I’m glad you all seem to like them as much as I do. Destined for a gift, but I’m very tempted to keep them for me :).

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  9. Alona Arobas

     /  November 25, 2011

    thank you! can I translate the pattern to Hebrew and share it in my blog with a link to the original? i hope for your permission. :-)

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  10. Sangeetha

     /  December 19, 2011

    Hi! Greetings from India. I just loved this pattern for mittens and immediately started making a pair for myself. My dear hubby liked them and asked me if he could use them while driving, so I had to skip the eyelet row and shell cuff, but I am really glad he liked them! Maybe I will make another pair for myself later.
    Thanks, Regards.
    Sangeetha

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  11. Tracey Todhunter

     /  December 20, 2011

    Thank you, my husband also has a pair without the cuff!

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  12. Paula Louchart

     /  October 20, 2013

    Woohoo! I’ve found you again. I made a pair for myself about a year ago and want to make another now. Definitely need to bookmark your blog! Thanks for such a lovely pattern.

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  13. Betty

     /  November 1, 2016

    thank you for this, I love it. I am new at Crochet so I have to see it, like a U-Tube video. Do you have a video on how to?

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  14. Tracey

     /  November 1, 2016

    I’m glad you like the pattern. I do not supply video or photo tutorials, once you learn to read a pattern or follow written instructions you find it very simple. There are plenty of Learn to Crochet books with step by step photos of the basic techniques (Including my own) and lots of Youtube videos for beginners. Best wishes

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