PDF CROCHET PATTERN - Mini Mittens

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IMPORTANT: Please note that this listing is for a CROCHET PATTERN IN PDF FORMAT, NOT FOR THE FINISHED MITTENS. If you love the mittens but don't crochet, please contact me and I will make some for you! Finished mittens are $3 USD apiece, mitten earrings are $15 a pair.

Keychains, garlands, earrings, oh my! Make dozens of mini mittens to decorate both yourself and your home this holiday season. In the colors of a Hogwarts house or a favorite sports team, they make the perfect quick and easy handmade gift!

The pattern includes detailed instructions on how to make the earrings!

Mittens turn out about 2.5 - 3" tall when using a US G6 (4.0mm) hook and worsted weight yarn.
Mitten earrings are about 1" tall, not including the fish hook ear wire.

Difficulty rating: BEGINNER

Stitches used:
ch = chain
sc = single crochet
exsc = extended single crochet
slp st = slip stitch

Pattern is in PDF format. Pattern is 4 pages long and includes written instructions for both the mittens in worsted yarn and the mitten earrings in crochet cotton thread, with accompanying pictures for the tricky bits.

Currently only available in English.


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I retain the Copyright to all of my patterns and the photographs they contain. DO NOT sell or redistribute my patterns in any way, shape or form. DO NOT claim the patterns as your own, post them on a website or by email.

Please CONTACT ME FOR PERMISSION in regards to selling the finished items made from my patterns.
PLEASE DO share photographs online of your finished items made using my patterns! I love seeing what you all make.
Thank you!


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Have yet to make them, But I cant wait :)
Feb 5, 2018 by Angie McQueen

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FAQs:
+ I purchased this listing believing it was a finished item, not a PDF. What now? +
Send me a message explaining the mixup, I will cancel the transaction and issue a refund. Please be sure to specify what lead you to believe the item was handmade, not digital, so that I may fix the listing accordingly and avoid future confusion.

+ How big is the finished [pattern name]? +
I do not include gauge with any of my patterns because they do not need to fit on any object/body just so. The size of your finished item may not match up with mine, I am a tight stitcher. Pattern listings will usually include rough dimensions in the description based on my finished stuffies.
Most often I use a size G6 (4.5mm) hook and worsted weight (acrylic, such as Red Heart) yarn. My gauge is about 5 sc stitches/inch.

+ I'm new to crocheting, do you think I can make [pattern name]? +
With every pattern purchase, I am here for support. If you have any questions or problems along the way I will help you through it to the best of my abilities. I can provide step-by-step progress shots of a confusing section of a pattern if you are a more visual learner. Don't be afraid to ask me about my patterns, I'm here to help.

+ Do you sell the pattern for your human figures? +
I have plans to make the toddlers available as a pattern, in a build-your-own customizable setup. This is going to take some time as I create different hairstyles, genders, faces etc., but the workbook is in progress.
If you have found my Doctor Who (Tenth Doctor) or BBC Sherlock figures, I do not have patterns for them, they were freeform.