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Stash-Busting Mittens

These quick and cute little mitten Christmas decorations are part of my stash busting advent calendar. This pattern is designed to work up in around an hour and use up those pesky ball remnants from this year. There are four variations of these mittens, basic, striped, candy-cane and snowflake! This pattern is aimed at a beginners and is written in US and UK terminology. This pattern is designed to work with DK weight yarn, but can be made with any yarn with a matching hook. The stash-busting advent calendar will be released late November! If you make these please use the social media tags #craftycommuterdesigns and #scrapbustermittensto share your creations!

Terms used

In US[UK] notation.
SC[DC]: Single Crochet/Double Crochet
FPSC[FPDC]: Front Post Single Crochet/ Front Post Double Crochet
BPSC[BPDC]: Back Post Single Crochet/ Back Post Double Crochet
CH: Chain
PM: Place marker
DEC: Decrease over the next two stitches
SL: Slip Stitch
The CH1 at the end of each row is not included in the stitch count.

Materials Needed

  1. 3mm Crochet Hook, Note gauge in this pattern is not important. your hook should match your yarn.
  2. Yarn Needle
  3. Stitch Markers
  4. 25 Yarn, 30m DK weight
  5. Polyfill
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Base Pattern

Front Side

US Terminology

R1: CH12, in 2nd from hook SC, SC across, CH1 and turn. [11]

R2: (SC, FPSC) *Repeat across finish with SC,  CH1 and turn. [11]

R3: (SC, BPSC) *Repeat across finish with SC,  CH1 and turn. [11]

R4: (SC, FPSC) *Repeat across finish with SC,  CH1 and turn. [11]

R5: SC across, CH1 and turn. [11]

R6: 2SC in first stitch, SC in next 9 stitches, 2SC in last stitch, PM. CH1 and turn. [13]

R7: SC across, CH1 and turn. [13]

UK Terminology

R1:CH12, in 2nd from hook DC, DC across, CH1 and turn. [11]

R2: (DC, FPDC) *Repeat across finish with DC,  CH1 and turn. [11]

R3: (DC, BPDC) *Repeat across finish with DC,  CH1 and turn. [11]

R4: (DC, FPDC) *Repeat across finish with DC,  CH1 and turn. [11]

R5: DC across, CH1 and turn. [11]

R6: 2DC in first stitch, DC in next 9 stitches, 2DC in last stitch, PM. CH1 and turn. [13]

R7: DC across, CH1 and turn. [13]

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R8: 2SC in first stitch, SC in next 11 stitches, 2SC in last stitch. CH1 and turn. [15]

R9-21: SC across, CH1 and turn. [15]

R22: DEC, SC in next 11 stitches, DEC. CH1 and turn. [13]

R23: DEC, SC in next 9 stitches, DEC. CH1 and turn. [11]

R24: DEC, SC in next 7 stitches, DEC. CH1 and turn. [13]

R25:  DEC, SC in next 5 stitches, DEC. Fasten off and weave in ends.

R8: 2DC in first stitch, DC in next 11 stitches, 2DC in last stitch. CH1 and turn. [15]

R9-21: DC across, CH1 and turn. [15]

R22: DEC, DC in next 11 stitches, DEC. CH1 and turn. [13]

R23: DEC, DC in next 9 stitches, DEC. CH1 and turn. [11]

R24: DEC, DC in next 7 stitches, DEC. CH1 and turn. [13]

R25:  DEC, DC in next 5 stitches, DEC. Fasten off and weave in ends.

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Back Side

US Terminology

R1: CH12, in 2nd from hook SC, SC across, CH1 and turn. [11]

R2: (SC, FPSC) *Repeat across finish with SC,  CH1 and turn. [11]

R3: (SC, BPSC) *Repeat across finish with SC,  CH1 and turn. [11]

R4: (SC, FPSC) *Repeat across finish with SC,  CH1 and turn. [11]

R5: SC across, CH1 and turn. [11]

R6: 2SC in first stitch, PM in first stitch, SC in next 9 stitches, 2SC in last stitch. CH1 and turn. [13]

R7: SC across, CH1 and turn. [13]

UK Terminology

R1:CH12, in 2nd from hook DC, DC across, CH1 and turn. [11]

R2: (DC, FPDC) *Repeat across finish with DC,  CH1 and turn. [11]

R3: (DC, BPDC) *Repeat across finish with DC,  CH1 and turn. [11]

R4: (DC, FPDC) *Repeat across finish with DC,  CH1 and turn. [11]

R5: DC across, CH1 and turn. [11]

R6: 2DC in first stitch, PM in first stitch, DC in next 9 stitches, 2DC in last stitch. CH1 and turn. [13]

R7: DC across, CH1 and turn. [13]

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R8: 2SC in first stitch, SC in next 11 stitches, 2SC in last stitch. CH1 and turn. [15]

R9-21: SC across, CH1 and turn. [15]

R22: DEC, SC in next 11 stitches, DEC. CH1 and turn. [13]

R23: DEC, SC in next 9 stitches, DEC. CH1 and turn. [11]

R24: DEC, SC in next 7 stitches, DEC. CH1 and turn. [13]

R25:  DEC, SC in next 5 stitches, DEC. Fasten off and weave in ends.

R8: 2DC in first stitch, DC in next 11 stitches, 2DC in last stitch. CH1 and turn. [15]

R9-21: DC across, CH1 and turn. [15]

R22: DEC, DC in next 11 stitches, DEC. CH1 and turn. [13]

R23: DEC, DC in next 9 stitches, DEC. CH1 and turn. [11]

R24: DEC, DC in next 7 stitches, DEC. CH1 and turn. [13]

R25:  DEC, DC in next 5 stitches, DEC. Fasten off and weave in ends.

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Thumb

One worked on each of the side pieces. Rows are denoted by “T” for this section. 
Rotate work to side. This section is worked into R6-11 of the main body.

US Terminology

T1: SL into marked stitch from R6. SC in marked stitch and into the end of the next 5 rows (R6-11).CH1 and turn. [6] 

T2: SC across. CH1 and turn. [6]

T3: DEC, SC in next 3 stitches, 2SC in last stitch, CH1 and turn. [6]

T4: 2 SC into first stitch, 3SC, DEC. CH1 and turn. [6]

T5: DEC, 3SC, 2SC in last stitch. CH1 and turn. [6]

T6: DEC, HDC, HDC, DEC. Fasten off and weave in ends.

UK Terminology

T1: SL into marked stitch from R6. DC in marked stitch and into the end of the next 5 rows (R6-11).CH1 and turn. [6] 

T2: DC Across. CH1 and turn. [6]

T3: DEC, DC in next 3 stitches, 2DC in last stitch, CH1 and turn. [6]

T4: 2DC into first stitch, 3DC, DEC. CH1 and turn. [6]

T5: DEC, 3DC, 2DC in last stitch. CH1 and turn. [6]

T6: DEC, HTR, HTR, DEC. Fasten off and weave in ends.

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Assemble

  1. Place the two mittens on the wrong side together. I find it is easier to hold together using stitch markers at corners and points along the edge.
  2. SL into the corner of the wrist cuff, marked blue on the chart. 
  3. SC[DC] around the border of the mittens. Make 2SC[DC] in each corner. SL into the first SC[DC].
  4. CH 30, SL into the base stitch again. Make this loop longer if desired. 

**Alternatively you can chain to connect two mittens together To do this you need 4 mitten bodies, complete steps 1-3 for the first mitten, CH30 and SL into the corner stitch of the second mitten (Step 2). Complete Step 3, Fasten off and weave in ends.

Basic Chart

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Striped Pattern

Front Side

US Terminology

R1:[In MC]CH12, in 2nd from hook SC, SC across, CH1 and turn. [11]

R2:[In MC](SC, FPSC) *Repeat across finish with SC,  CH1 and turn. [11]

R3: [In CC] (SC, BPSC) *Repeat across finish with SC[DC],  CH1 and turn. [11]

R4: [In CC] (SC, FPSC) *Repeat across finish with SC[DC],  CH1 and turn. [11]

R5: [In MC] SC across, CH1 and turn. [11]

R6: [In MC] 2SC in first stitch, SC in next 9 stitches, 2SC in last stitch, PM. CH1 and turn. [13]

R7: [In CC] SC across, CH1 and turn. [13]

R8: [In CC] 2SC in first stitch, SC in next 11 stitches, 2SC in last stitch. CH1 and turn. [15]

R9-10: [In MC] SC across, CH1 and turn. [15]

UK Terminology

R1:[In MC]CH12, in 2nd from hook DC, DC across, CH1 and turn. [11]

R2:[In MC](DC, FPDC) *Repeat across finish with DC,  CH1 and turn. [11]

R3: [In CC] (DC, BPDC) *Repeat across finish with DC,  CH1 and turn. [11]

R4: [In CC] (DC, FPDC) *Repeat across finish with DC,  CH1 and turn. [11]

R5: [In MC] DC across, CH1 and turn. [11]

R6: [In MC] 2DC in first stitch, DC in next 9 stitches, 2DC in last stitch, PM. CH1 and turn. [13]

R7: [In CC] DC across, CH1 and turn. [13]

R8: [In CC] 2DC in first stitch, DC in next 11 stitches, 2DC in last stitch. CH1 and turn. [15]

R9-10: [In MC] DC across, CH1 and turn. [15]

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R11-12: [In CC] SC[DC] across, CH1 and turn. [15]

R13-14: [In MC] SC across, CH1 and turn. [15]

R15-16: [In CC] SC across, CH1 and turn. [15]

R17-18: [In MC] SC across, CH1 and turn. [15]

R19-20: [In CC] SC across, CH1 and turn. [15]

R21: [In MC] SC across, CH1 and turn. [15]

R22: [In MC] DEC, SC in next 11 stitches, DEC. CH1 and turn. [13]

R23:[In CC] DEC, SC in next 9 stitches, DEC. CH1 and turn. [11]

R24: [In CC] DEC, SC in next 7 stitches, DEC. CH1 and turn. [13]

R25: [In CC] DEC, SC in next 5 stitches, DEC. Fasten off and weave in ends.

R11-12: [In CC] SC[DC] across, CH1 and turn. [15]

R13-14: [In MC] DC across, CH1 and turn. [15]

R15-16: [In CC] DC across, CH1 and turn. [15]

R17-18: [In MC] DC across, CH1 and turn. [15]

R19-20: [In CC] DC across, CH1 and turn. [15]

R21: [In MC] DC across, CH1 and turn. [15]

R22: [In MC] DEC, DC in next 11 stitches, DEC. CH1 and turn. [13]

R23:[In CC] DEC, DC in next 9 stitches, DEC. CH1 and turn. [11]

R24: [In CC] DEC, DC in next 7 stitches, DEC. CH1 and turn. [13]

R25: [In CC] DEC, DC in next 5 stitches, DEC. Fasten off and weave in ends.

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Back Side

US Terminology

R1:[In MC]CH12, in 2nd from hook SC, SC across, CH1 and turn. [11]

R2:[In MC](SC, FPSC) *Repeat across finish with SC,  CH1 and turn. [11]

R3: [In CC] (SC, BPSC) *Repeat across finish with SC[DC],  CH1 and turn. [11]

R4: [In CC] (SC, FPSC) *Repeat across finish with SC[DC],  CH1 and turn. [11]

R5: [In MC] SC across, CH1 and turn. [11]

R6: [In MC] 2SC in first stitch, PM in first stitch of the row, SC in next 9 stitches, 2SC in last stitch. CH1 and turn. [13]

R7: [In CC] SC across, CH1 and turn. [13]

R8: [In CC] 2SC in first stitch, SC in next 11 stitches, 2SC in last stitch. CH1 and turn. [15]

R9-10: [In MC] SC across, CH1 and turn. [15]

UK Terminology

R1:[In MC]CH12, in 2nd from hook DC, DC across, CH1 and turn. [11]

R2:[In MC](DC, FPDC) *Repeat across finish with DC,  CH1 and turn. [11]

R3: [In CC] (DC, BPDC) *Repeat across finish with DC,  CH1 and turn. [11]

R4: [In CC] (DC, FPDC) *Repeat across finish with DC,  CH1 and turn. [11]

R5: [In MC] DC across, CH1 and turn. [11]

R6: [In MC] 2DC in first stitch, PM in first stitch of the row, DC in next 9 stitches, 2DC in last stitch. CH1 and turn. [13]

R7: [In CC] DC across, CH1 and turn. [13]

R8: [In CC] 2DC in first stitch, DC in next 11 stitches, 2DC in last stitch. CH1 and turn. [15]

R9-10: [In MC] DC across, CH1 and turn. [15]

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R11-12: [In CC] SC[DC] across, CH1 and turn. [15]

R13-14: [In MC] SC across, CH1 and turn. [15]

R15-16: [In CC] SC across, CH1 and turn. [15]

R17-18: [In MC] SC across, CH1 and turn. [15]

R19-20: [In CC] SC across, CH1 and turn. [15]

R21: [In MC] SC across, CH1 and turn. [15]

R22: [In MC] DEC, SC in next 11 stitches, DEC. CH1 and turn. [13]

R23:[In CC] DEC, SC in next 9 stitches, DEC. CH1 and turn. [11]

R24: [In CC] DEC, SC in next 7 stitches, DEC. CH1 and turn. [13]

R25: [In CC] DEC, SC in next 5 stitches, DEC. Fasten off and weave in ends.

R11-12: [In CC] SC[DC] across, CH1 and turn. [15]

R13-14: [In MC] DC across, CH1 and turn. [15]

R15-16: [In CC] DC across, CH1 and turn. [15]

R17-18: [In MC] DC across, CH1 and turn. [15]

R19-20: [In CC] DC across, CH1 and turn. [15]

R21: [In MC] DC across, CH1 and turn. [15]

R22: [In MC] DEC, DC in next 11 stitches, DEC. CH1 and turn. [13]

R23:[In CC] DEC, DC in next 9 stitches, DEC. CH1 and turn. [11]

R24: [In CC] DEC, DC in next 7 stitches, DEC. CH1 and turn. [13]

R25: [In CC] DEC, DC in next 5 stitches, DEC. Fasten off and weave in ends.

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Thumb

One worked on each of the side pieces. Rows are denoted by “T” for this section. 
Rotate work to side. This section is worked into R6-11 of the main body.

US Terminology

T1: In MC SL into marked stitch from R6. SC in marked stitch, in CC, 2SC, in MC 2SC, in CC, SC into the end of the next 5 rows (R6-11).CH1 and turn. [6] 

T2: SC, in MC 2SC, in CC, SC In MC SC. CH1 and turn. [6]

T3: in CC DEC, SC, in MC 2SC, in CC 2SC in last stitch, CH1 and turn. [6]

T4: 2 SC into first stitch, SC, in MC 2SC, in CC DEC. CH1 and turn. [6]

T5: in MC DEC, SC, in CC 2SC, in MC 2SC in last stitch. CH1 and turn. [6]

T6: DEC, in CC HDC, HDC, in MC DEC. Fasten off and weave in ends.

UK Terminology

T1: In MC SL into marked stitch from R6. DC in marked stitch, in CC, 2DC, in MC 2DC, in CC, DC into the end of the next 5 rows (R6-11).CH1 and turn. [6] 

T2: DC, in MC 2DC, in CC, DC In MC DC. CH1 and turn. [6]

T3: in CC DEC, SC, in MC 2DC, in CC 2DC in last stitch, CH1 and turn. [6]

T4: 2 DC into first stitch, DC, in MC 2DC, in CC DEC. CH1 and turn. [6]

T5: in MC DEC, DC, in CC 2DC, in MC 2DC in last stitch. CH1 and turn. [6]

T6: DEC, in CC HTR] HTR, in MC DEC. Fasten off and weave in ends.

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Striped Mitten Chart

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    Candy Cane Pattern

    Front Side

    US Terminology

    Starting in Green.

    R1:CH12, in 2nd from hook SC[DC], SC[DC] across, CH1 and turn. [11]

    R2-4: (SC, FPSC) *Repeat across finish with SC,  CH1 and turn. [11]

    R5: SC across, CH1 and turn. [11]

    R6: 2SC in first stitch, SC in next 9 stitches, 2SC in last stitch, PM. CH1 and turn. [13]

    From this point on G will indicate stitches in green, W will indicate stitches in white, R will indicate stitches in red. All stitches are SC.

    R7: 3G, 2W, 8G, CH1 and turn. [13]

    R8: 2G in first stitch, 7G, 2W, 2G, 2G in last stitch. CH1 and turn. [15]

    R9: 4G, 2R, 9G. CH1 and turn. [15]

    UK Terminology

    Starting in Green.

    R1:CH12, in 2nd from hook DC, DC across, CH1 and turn. [11]

    R2-4: (DC, FPDC) *Repeat across finish with DC,  CH1 and turn. [11]

    R5: DC across, CH1 and turn. [11]

    R6: 2DC in first stitch, DC in next 9 stitches, 2DC in last stitch, PM. CH1 and turn. [13]

    From this point on G will indicate stitches in green, W will indicate stitches in white, R will indicate stitches in red. All stitches are DC.

    R7: 3G, 2W, 8G, CH1 and turn. [13]

    R8: 2G in first stitch, 7G, 2W, 2G, 2G in last stitch. CH1 and turn. [15]

    R9: 4G, 2R, 9G. CH1 and turn. [15]

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    R10: 9G, 2R, 4G. CH1 and turn. [15]

    R11: 4G, 2W, 9G. CH1 and turn. [15]

    R12:9G, 2W, 4G. CH1 and turn. [15]

    R13:4G, 2R, 9G. CH1 and turn. [15]

    R14:9G, 2R, 4G. CH1 and turn. [15]

    R15:4G, 2W, 9G. CH1 and turn. [15]

    R16: 3G, 2R, 4G, 2W, 4G. CH1 and turn. [15]

    R17: 4G, 2R, 4G, 2R, 3G. CH1 and turn. [15]

    R18: 3G, 2W, 4G, 2R, 4G. CH1 and turn. [14]

    R19: 4G, 2W, 1R, 2G, 1R, 2W, 3G. CH1 and turn. [15]

    R20: 4G, 2R, 1W, 2R, 1W, 5G. CH1 and turn. [15]

    R21: 6G, 2R, 1W, 1R, 5G. CH1 and turn. [15]

    R22: GDEC, 4G, 1W, 1R, 5G, GDEC. CH1 and turn. [13]

    From this point on all stitches are in green and normal notation is used.

    R23: DEC, SC in next 9 stitches, DEC. CH1 and turn. [11]

    R24: DEC, SC in next 7 stitches, DEC. CH1 and turn. [13]

    R25:  DEC, SC in next 5 stitches, DEC. Fasten off and weave in ends.

    R10: 9G, 2R, 4G. CH1 and turn. [15]

    R11: 4G, 2W, 9G. CH1 and turn. [15]

    R12:9G, 2W, 4G. CH1 and turn. [15]

    R13:4G, 2R, 9G. CH1 and turn. [15]

    R14:9G, 2R, 4G. CH1 and turn. [15]

    R15:4G, 2W, 9G. CH1 and turn. [15]

    R16: 3G, 2R, 4G, 2W, 4G. CH1 and turn. [15]

    R17: 4G, 2R, 4G, 2R, 3G. CH1 and turn. [15]

    R18: 3G, 2W, 4G, 2R, 4G. CH1 and turn. [14]

    R19: 4G, 2W, 1R, 2G, 1R, 2W, 3G. CH1 and turn. [15]

    R20: 4G, 2R, 1W, 2R, 1W, 5G. CH1 and turn. [15]

    R21: 6G, 2R, 1W, 1R, 5G. CH1 and turn. [15]

    R22: GDEC, 4G, 1W, 1R, 5G, GDEC. CH1 and turn. [13]

    From this point on all stitches are in green and normal notation is used.

    R23: DEC, DC in next 9 stitches, DEC. CH1 and turn. [11]

    R24: DEC, DC in next 7 stitches, DEC. CH1 and turn. [13]

    R25:  DEC, DC in next 5 stitches, DEC. Fasten off and weave in ends.

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    Back Side

    This is a solid green Panel. The base pattern back side. Follow the basic pattern instructions.

    Thumb

    The thumb is a solid green colour. Follow the basic pattern instructions.

    Candy Cane Chart

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      Snowflake Pattern

      Front Side

      US Terminology

      Starting in Purple.

      R1:CH12, in 2nd from hook SC, SC across, CH1 and turn. [11]

      R2: (SC, FPSC) *Repeat across finish with SC,  CH1 and turn. [11]

      R3: (SC, BPSC) *Repeat across finish with SC,  CH1 and turn. [11]

      R4: (SC, FPSC) *Repeat across finish with SC,  CH1 and turn. [11]

      R5: SC across, CH1 and turn. [11]

      Change to Blue.

      R6: 2SC in first stitch, SC in next 9 stitches, 2SC in last stitch, PM. CH1 and turn. [13]

      R7: SC[DC] across, CH1 and turn. [13]

      R8: 2SC in first stitch, SC in next 11 stitches, 2SC in last stitch. CH1 and turn. [15]

      From this point on B will indicate stitches in blue, (Main Colour), W will indicate stitches in white. All stitches are SC.

      R9: 7B, 1W, 7B. CH1 and turn. [15]

      R10: 2B, 1W, 1B, 1W, 1B, 3W, 1B, 1W, 1B, 1W, 2B. CH1 and turn. [15]

      R11: 3B, 1W, 3B, 1W, 3B, 1W, 3B. CH1 and turn. [15]

      R12: 2B, 1W, 1B, 1W, 2B, 1W, 2B, 1W, 1B, 1W, 2B. CH 1 and turn. [15]

      UK Terminology

      Starting in Purple.

      R1:CH12, in 2nd from hook DC, DC across, CH1 and turn. [11]

      R2: (DC, FPDC) *Repeat across finish with DC,  CH1 and turn. [11]

      R3: (DC, BPDC) *Repeat across finish with DC,  CH1 and turn. [11]

      R4: (DC, FPDC) *Repeat across finish with DC,  CH1 and turn. [11]

      R5: DC across, CH1 and turn. [11]

      Change to Blue.

      R6: 2DC in first stitch, DC in next 9 stitches, 2DC in last stitch, PM. CH1 and turn. [13]

      R7: DC across, CH1 and turn. [13]

      R8: 2DC in first stitch, DC in next 11 stitches, 2DC in last stitch. CH1 and turn. [15]

      From this point on B will indicate stitches in blue, (Main Colour), W will indicate stitches in white. All stitches are DC.

      R9: 7B, 1W, 7B. CH1 and turn. [15]

      R10: 2B, 1W, 1B, 1W, 1B, 3W, 1B, 1W, 1B, 1W, 2B. CH1 and turn. [15]

      R11: 3B, 1W, 3B, 1W, 3B, 1W, 3B. CH1 and turn. [15]

      R12: 2B, 1W, 1B, 1W, 2B, 1W, 2B, 1W, 1B, 1W, 2B. CH 1 and turn. [15]

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      R13: 5B, 1W, 1B, 1W, 1B, 1W, 5B. CH1 and turn. [15]

      R14: 2B, 1W, 3B, 1W, 1B, 1W, 3B, 1W, 2B. CH1 and turn. [15]

      R15: 1B, 5W, 1B, 1W, 1B, 5W, 1B. CH1 and turn. [15]

      R16: 2B, 1W, 3B, 1W, 1B, 1W, 3B, 1W, 2B. CH1 and turn. [15]

      R17: 5B, 1W, 1B, 1W, 1B, 1W, 5B. CH1 and turn. [15]

      R18: 2B, 1W, 1B, 1W, 2B, 1W, 2B, 1W, 1B, 1W, 2B. CH 1 and turn. [15]

      R19: 3B, 1W, 3B, 1W, 3B, 1W, 3B. CH1 and turn. [15]

      R20: 2B, 1W, 1B, 1W, 2B, 1W, 2B, 1W, 1B, 1W, 2B. CH 1 and turn. [15]

      R21: 6B, 3W, 6B. CH 1 and turn. [15]

      R22: BDEC, 5B, 1W, 5B, BDEC. CH1 and turn. [13]

      From this point on all stitches are in blue and normal notation is used.

      R23: DEC, SC in next 9 stitches, DEC. CH1 and turn. [11]

      R24: DEC, SC in next 7 stitches, DEC. CH1 and turn. [9]

      R25:  DEC, SC in next 5 stitches, DEC. Fasten off and weave in ends. [7]

      R13: 5B, 1W, 1B, 1W, 1B, 1W, 5B. CH1 and turn. [15]

      R14: 2B, 1W, 3B, 1W, 1B, 1W, 3B, 1W, 2B. CH1 and turn. [15]

      R15: 1B, 5W, 1B, 1W, 1B, 5W, 1B. CH1 and turn. [15]

      R16: 2B, 1W, 3B, 1W, 1B, 1W, 3B, 1W, 2B. CH1 and turn. [15]

      R17: 5B, 1W, 1B, 1W, 1B, 1W, 5B. CH1 and turn. [15]

      R18: 2B, 1W, 1B, 1W, 2B, 1W, 2B, 1W, 1B, 1W, 2B. CH 1 and turn. [15]

      R19: 3B, 1W, 3B, 1W, 3B, 1W, 3B. CH1 and turn. [15]

      R20: 2B, 1W, 1B, 1W, 2B, 1W, 2B, 1W, 1B, 1W, 2B. CH 1 and turn. [15]

      R21: 6B, 3W, 6B. CH 1 and turn. [15]

      R22: BDEC, 5B, 1W, 5B, BDEC. CH1 and turn. [13]

      From this point on all stitches are in blue and normal notation is used.

      R23: DEC, DC in next 9 stitches, DEC. CH1 and turn. [11]

      R24: DEC, DC in next 7 stitches, DEC. CH1 and turn. [9]

      R25:  DEC, DC in next 5 stitches, DEC. Fasten off and weave in ends. [7]

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      Back Side

      This is a blue and purple panel. Follow the basic pattern instructions for the back side. Rows 1-5 in purple and Rows 6-25 in blue.

      Thumb

      The thumb is a solid blue colour. Follow the basic pattern instructions.

      Snowflake Chart

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        Terms of use:

        Free patterns found on this site can be used to make finished items for the following purposes:

        • For personal use
        • As gifts for friends/family
        • For charity donations
        • For sale online
        • For sale at craft fairs, outdoor markets, etc.

        When using the free patterns found on this site, please be aware of the following:

        • You are allowed sell finished items from the patterns found here. However, you may NOT, under any circumstances, use the photos found on this site for selling your items. If you are going to sell online, you should make your own items and photograph them to represent your own work.
        • You may NOT copy and paste the pattern onto your own blog, Facebook, or anywhere else. If you would like to share a pattern, simply share the link to the page instead. You are welcome to copy and paste a pattern into a document for printing or saving for personal use only.
        • You may NOT use the free patterns found on this site as teaching material and/or for online classes without expressed written consent from the designer/owner of this page.
        • You may NOT use the free patterns found on this site to create video tutorials on YouTube or any other video platform, site, or blog.
        • You may NOT post a translation of the patterns found on this site anywhere without expressed written consent from the designer/owner of this page.
        • You may NOT create PDFs of the patterns found on this site, altered or in its original form, for intent to distribute to others or post on illegal pattern sharing sites. The revenue earned by ad traffic to this site is what allows for free patterns to be written and published. Without people visiting this site to view the patterns, there will be no traffic which means, no more free patterns.
        • You may NOT copy any of the free patterns on this site, in part or as a whole, and claim them as your own pattern.
        • You may NOT resell the free patterns found on this site, altered or in its original form.
          If you have any questions regarding the terms of use of this page, please contact the designer/site owner.

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