Looking for a quick and easy crochet mittens pattern? These Norse Crochet Mittens use a simple stitch pattern and super bulky weight yarn so they work up in a flash. They are great pattern for experienced beginners wanting to make their first pair of crochet mittens or for those that just want a quick and simple crochet project to work on while watching their favourite movie. Regardless of your motivation for making them, these crochet mittens will be a cozy addition to any winter wardobe.
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This crochet mittens pattern was designed using Patons Norse yarn. This yarn is a blended yarn comprised of 54% arcylic, 28% wool and 18% polyester. It has a brushed halo effect which gives these crochet mittens their fuzzy appearance. The halo does make seeing the stitches a bit more difficult than normal but they aren’t impossible to see and you can definitely feel the stitches. This pattern uses only a single ball of Patons Norse Yarn!
The Norse Crochet Mittens are worked from the top-down (fingertips to wrist) in joined rounds. Because of the halo effect of the yarn, I recommend utilizing a stitch marker to mark the beginning of every round even though you won’t be working in a continuous spiral. After working the top of the mitten to the knuckles, we’ll add on the opening for the thumb. Then we’ll work some shaping to taper the mitten to the wrist and then the ribbed cuff is added.
After completing the body of the mitten, the thumb is added. This is done by attaching your yarn to the opening we created for the mitten and crocheting around that hole. The thumb is worked from the base up with some basic tapering worked up to the tip. Then the tip of the thumb is sewn closed and the ends are woven in. That’s it! Ready to get started making your own Norse Crochet Mittens?
- 6.0 mm hook
- 125 yards/115 m (2.1 oz/59.5g) of Patons Norse Yarn. I’m using Teal Blue.
- Tapestry Needle
- Stitch Marker
- CH = Chain
- ST = Stitch
- SL ST = Slip Stitch
- MC = Magic Circle
- SC = Single Crochet
- HDC = Half Double Crochet
- HDCINC = Half Double Crochet Increase
- HDCDEC = Half Double Crochet Decrease
- DC = Double Crochet
- FPDC = Front Post Double Crochet
- BPDC = Back Post Double Crochet
- FO = Finish Off
- Approximately 9.5” long from top of mitten to bottom of ribbing
- Approximately 4” wide across top of mitten
- Approximately 4.5” wide at widest point of mitten
- 6 sts x 5 rows = 2 inches
- This project is written using U.S. terminology
- This project is worked in the round and the end of each round is joined to the first stitch of the round using a slip stitch. I recommend using a stitch marker to mark the beginning of every round.
Norse Crochet Mittens – Free Crochet Mittens Pattern
Mittens (make two)
Row 1: Make a MC and HDC 8 into the MC. Join with sl st. (8)
Row 2: CH 1. HDCINC in each stitch around. Join with sl st. (16)
Row 3: CH 1. (HDC in the first stitch, HDCINC in the next stitch) repeat 7 more times. Join with a sl st. (24)
Rows 4 -14: CH 1. HDC in the first stitch and in each stitch around (24)
Row 15: CH 1. HDC in the first stitch. CH 6, Skip 2 sts. HDC in the next 21 sts. Join with a sl st. (22 sts and 6 CHs)
Row 16: CH 1. HDC in the first stitch. HDC 6 in the CH space. HDC in the next 21 sts. Join with a sl st. (28)
Rows 17 – 18: CH 1. HDC in the first stitch and each stitch around. Join with a sl st. (28)
Row 19: CH 1. HDC in the first 2 sts, HDCDEC in the next stitch, HDC in the next 3 stitches, HDCDEC, HDC in the last 19 stitches. (26)
Row 20: CH 1. HDC in the first 4 sts, HDCDEC 2 times, HDC in the next 8 sts, HDCDEC 2 times, HDC in the last 6 sts. (22)
Row 21: CH 2 (counts as first stitch). DC in the 2nd stitch each stitch around. Join with a sl st. (22)
Rows 22 – 23: CH 1. (FPDC around the first st, BPDC around the next st) repeat instructions in the () around. (22)
Row 24: CH 1. SC in the first st and each stitch around. (22)
FO and weave in ends.
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If you’re looking for the pattern for the hat I’m wearing in this picture, it can be found here: The Juneau Blues Beanie.
Row 1: Attach your yarn to the thumb hole. CH 1 and HDC 12 evenly around the thumb hole. Join with a sl st. (12)
Row 2: CH 1. HDC in the first st and each st around. Join with a sl st. (12)
Row 3: CH 1. HDC in the first 3 sts, HDCDEC, HDC in the next 3 sts, HDCDEC, HDC in the last 2 sts. Join with a sl st. (10)
Rows 4 – 5: CH 1. HDC in the first st and each st around. Join with a sl st. (10)
Row 6: CH 1. HDC in the first 2 sts, HDCDEC, HDC in the next 2 sts, HDCDEC, HDC in the last 2 sts. Join with a sl st. (8)
Row 7: CH 1. HDCDEC 4 times. Join with a sl st. (4)
FO and sew hole shut. Weave in ends.
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I hope you enjoyed this free crochet mittens pattern. While you’re here check out some of my other free crochet patterns: The Aeipathy Beanie, The Catena Hat, The Heather Super Scarf and The Crochet Tartan Cowl and Beanie.