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Mountain Man Mittens

Updated: Mar 30

Ice harvesting is a tough lifestyle, so you need to make sure you're properly kitted out.


These Mountain man mittens are perfect for keeping you warm in all weather, right down to the fur trim!

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Sizes

One size: Adult


Materials

  • 5.5 mm hook (or hook required to obtain gauge)

  • 150 metres bulky yarn in 2 colours

  • I used Ice Yarns Wool Cord Bulky

  • (Optional): a few metres of eyelash yarn (for fur trim)

  • Yarn needle

  • Stitch markers

  • Scissors


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Stitches

US terms

  • Chain (ch)

  • Slip stitch (sl st)

  • Single crochet (sc)

  • Half double crochet (hdc)

  • Half double increase (hdc inc)

  • Half double decrease (hdc dec)

Pattern notes

Pattern is worked flat then sewn together.

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Gauge

11 rows and 13 sts of hdc = 10 cm x 10 cm (4” x 4”)


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Instructions


Make 4 (eg: 2 in each colour)


Hand

Ch 18

Row 1: sk 1st ch, hdc into next ch, hdc along, ch 1, turn (17)

Row 2: hdc 16, hdc inc in last st, ch 1, turn (18)

Row 3: hdc along, ch 1, turn (18)

Row 4: hdc 17, hdc inc, ch 1, turn (19)

Row 5: hdc inc, hdc 18, ch 1, turn (20)

Row 6: hdc 19; hdc inc, ch 1, turn (21)

Rows 7-8: hdc along, ch 1, turn (21)

Row 9: Part 1: Thumb separation

hdc 6, ch 1 turn, hdc 6, ch 1, turn, slst into first st, ch 1, hdc 4, ch 1, turn, slst in first st, sc 2, Finish off




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Part 2: Continuing the hand

Join yarn at st #15 of row 8, and hdc along, ch 1, turn (15)

Rows 10-14: hdc along, ch 1, turn (15)

Row 15: slst in first st, ch1, hdc 13, ch 1, turn leaving last st unworked (13)

Row 16: slst in first st, ch 1, hdc 11, ch 1, turn leaving last st unworked (11)

Row 17: slst in first 2 sts, ch 1, hdc 7, ch 1, turn leaving last sts unworked (7)

Row 18: slst in first st, ch 1, hdc 6, ch 1, turn leaving last st unworked (6)

Row 19: slst in first st, ch 1, sc 4, Finish off, leaving last st unworked (4)


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Cuff

Join yarn at the underside of the first row of the hand.

Row 1: hdc in each ch along, ch 1, turn (17)

Rows 2-6: hdc along, ch 1, turn (17)

Row 7: slst in first st, ch 1, hdc 15, ch 1, turn leaving last st unworked (15)

Row 8: slst in first 2 sts, ch 1, hdc 11, ch 1, turn leaving last sts unworked (11)

Row 9: slst in first 3 sts, ch 1, hdc 5, ch 1, turn leaving last sts unworked (5)

Row 10: slst in first st, ch 1, sc 3, Finish off leaving last sts unworked (3)



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Assembly

Place two mitten sides right side to right side and sew around the edge using your preferred method (whip stitch, slip stitch…). Start from row 6 of the cuff, around the hand to end at row 6 of the cuff on the other side.

If adding a fur trim, join eyelash yarn near the seam and work hdc evenly around the cuff. Sl st to first st and finish off.

Weave in ends, turn right-side out and profit!



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