These mittens use a beautiful stitch called the Iris Stitch.
The Iris Stitch is a beautiful stitch to use but no previous knowledge is required on how to work it for this pattern.
I thought I would use this pretty stitch in another finger-less mitten design for you guys, so I do hope you like them.
You can watch a video tutorial on how to make them here as well.
- Chunky/Bulky weight yarn (yarn weight 5)
- 5.0 mm crochet hook
- Yarn needle and scissors
ch = chain
sl st = slip stitch
sk = skip
ch sp = chain space
dc = double crochet
To fit average ladies hand size.
Increasing and decreasing the pattern
Work to 4 (+2) which means calculate a stitch count using the 4 times table for example 4 x 7 = 28 (4 + 4 + 4 + 4 + 4 + 4 + 4) then add 2 at the end of your calculation, in this case 28+2=30. So for a slightly smaller mitten you could start with a stitch count of 26 (which is 4x6+2=26) or a slightly larger mitten you could start with a stitch count of 34 (which is 4x8+2=34).
Ch30, sl st in first chain to form a loop - (30) Ch3, sk2, [2dc, ch1, 2dc] in next st, *sk3, [2dc, ch1, 2dc] in next st* repeat from * to * until last 2 sts, sk2, sl st in top of 3ch to join - (7 fan sets made)
Ch3, *[2dc, ch1, 2dc] in next 1ch sp* repeat from * to * until end, sl st in top of 3ch to join - (7 fan sets)
Repeat round 2
Ch3, *[2dc, ch1, 2dc] in next 1ch sp* repeat from * to * another 4 times, sk next st, [2dc, ch1, 2dc] in next st (centre of fan sets), sk 2 fan sets, sl st in top of 3ch to join - (6 fan sets)
Round 13 - 14
Repeat round 3
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Happy crafting folks!
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