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The Ashley Faux Fur Mitts are super stylish with texture and fur. Available in three adult sizes.

The Ashley Fingerless Mitts are inspired by a pair of store bought mitts that my friend was wearing one evening. I loved the short length and the fur along the knuckles, so I had to make a crochet version.

You’ll enjoy the texture created by the cluster stitch, which creates a similar look to the star stitch, but it’s less dense.

This pattern includes instructions for three sizes to fit your hand snuggly, and instructions are included for adjusting the length of the cuff to your preference.

Have fun choosing whatever color of faux fur sparks joy and a coordinating worsted weight yarn.

This is a great stash busting project too!

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Materials

GAUGE

9 hdc-cl = 4″, 10 rows = 4″

SIZES
  • Small: 7” hand circumference x 6” tall
  • Medium: 7.5” hand circumference x 6” tall
  • Large: 8” hand circumference x 6” tall
PATTERN KEY
  • Ch: chain
  • sl st: slip stitch
  • sc: single crochet 
  • hdc: half double crochet
  • fsc: foundation single crochet
  • slst-yo: slip stitch yarn over
  • L-ch: long chain
  • hdc-cl: half double crochet cluster
  • hdc-cl inc: hdc-cl increase 
  • st: stitch(es) 
  • YO: yarn over 
  • FO: fasten off 
  • sp: space
SPECIAL STITCHES & TECHNIQUES
  • Slst-yo: YO, insert hook in back loop of next st, YO, pull through st and 2 loops on hook
  • L-ch: Pull up a loop to height of row, ch 1, proceed with st in pattern
  • Hdc-cl: YO, insert hook into same st as last st made (or first st of the row), YO, pull up a loop (3 loops on hook), YO (4 loops on hook), sk 1 st, insert hook in next st, YO, pull up a loop (5 loops on hook), YO, pull through all 5 loops, ch 1
    • Next row: L-ch, hdc-cl in same st as sl st and next ch-1 sp; remaining hdc-cl are worked in same ch-1 sp as last st made and the next ch-1 sp
  • Hdc-cl inc: YO, insert hook in same st as last st made, YO, pull up loop (3 loops on hook), YO (4 loops on hook), insert hook in next hdc-cl (do not skip a st), YO, pull up a loop (5 loops on hook), YO pull through all loops, ch 1
  • Make next hdc-cl in same hdc-cl of last st and the next ch-1 sp
EXPERIENCE LEVEL

Intermediate

NOTES
  • Pattern is written US terms.
  • Read the entire pattern before beginning.
  • Pattern is worked in 3 sections: Ribbing, Hand, Edging 
  • Beginning ch 1, ch 2  and L-ch do not count as first st
  • It may help to mark the last slst-yo before turning to help maintain stitch count.
  • Turn work clockwise when completing the ribbing.
INSTRUCTIONS:

Right Hand Ribbing: Small (Medium, Large)

Row 1: 8 fsc, turn

*Note: If you would like a longer ribbing, add any number of fsc

Row 2: Ch 1, slst-yo in each st across, turn – 8 slst-yo

Row 3-22 (24, 26): Repeat Row 2. Do not FO

Right Hand

Fold Row 1 over to Row 22 (24, 26), sl st through one loop of each st of both rows to seam; do not FO. Seam can be left facing outward, or be flipped inward.

Row 1: Ch 1, evenly sc 25 (27, 29) in the ends of the Ribbing, sl st to join – 25 (27, 29)

Row 2: L-ch, hdc-cl starting in first st, * hdc-cl 11(12, 13) times, hdc-cl in same st as last st made and first st of first hdc-cl, sl st to L-ch (counts as ch-1 for last hdc-cl only, here and throughout), turn – 13 (14, 15) hdc-cl

Row 3: L-ch, hdc-cl starting in first st, hdc-cl 4 (4, 5) times, hdc-cl inc, hdc-cl in remaining 7 (8, 9) sts, sl st to join in L-ch, turn – 14 (15, 16) hdc-cl 

Row 4-6 : Repeat Row 3, turn – 17 (18, 19) hdc-cl

Row 7-8: L-ch, hdc-cl starting in first st, hdc-cl around, sl st in L-ch to join, turn – 17 (18, 19) hdc-cl

Row 9: L-ch, hdc-cl starting in first st, hdc-cl 2 times, hdc-cl in same ch-1 sp as last st made and 4th ch-1 from hook (4 hdc-cl skipped), 10 (11, 12) hdc-cl, sl st in L-ch to join, turn – 14 (15, 16) hdc-cl

Row 10:L-ch, hdc-cl starting in first st, hdc-cl around, sl st in L-ch to join, turn – 14 (15, 16) hdc-cl

Row 11-12: Ch 3 (counts as hdc and ch 1), sk next st, *hdc in next ch-1 sp, ch1; repeat from * around, sl st to ch-2, FO – 14 (15, 16) hdc, 14 (15, 16) ch-1

Left Hand Ribbing: Small (Medium, Large)

Row 1: 8 fsc, turn

*Note: If you would like a longer ribbing, add any number of fsc

Row 2: Ch 1, slst-yo in each st across, turn – 8 slst-yo

Row 3-22 (24, 26): Repeat Row 2. Do not FO

Left Hand

Fold Row 1 over to Row 22 (24, 26), sl st through one loop of each st of both rows to seam; do not FO. Seam can be left facing outward, or be flipped inward.

Row 1: Ch 1, evenly sc 25 (27, 29) in the ends of the Ribbing, sl st to join – 25 (27, 29)

Row 2: L-ch, hdc-cl starting in first st, * hdc-cl 11(12, 13) times, hdc-cl in same st as last st made and first st of first hdc-cl (counts as ch-1 for last hdc-cl only, here and throughout), sl st to L-ch, turn – 13 (14, 15) hdc-cl

Row 3: L-ch, hdc-cl starting in first st, hdc-cl 4 (4, 5) times, hdc-cl inc, hdc-cl in remaining 7 (8, 9) sts, sl st to join in L-ch, turn – 14 (15, 16) hdc-cl 

Row 4-6 : Repeat Row 3, turn – 17 (18, 19) hdc-cl

Row 7-8: L-ch, hdc-cl starting in first st, hdc-cl around, sl st in L-ch to join, turn – 17 (18, 19) hdc-cl

Row 9: L-ch, hdc-cl starting in first st, 9 (10, 11) hdc-cl, hdc-cl in same ch-1 sp as last st made and 4th ch-1 from hook (4 hdc-cl skipped), 3 hdc-cl, sl st in L-ch to join, turn – 14 (15, 16) hdc-cl

Row 10:L-ch, hdc-cl starting in first st, hdc-cl around, sl st in L-ch to join, turn – 14 (15, 16) hdc-cl

Row 11-12: Ch 3 (counts as hdc and ch 1), sk next st, *hdc in next ch-1 sp, ch1; repeat from * around, sl st to ch-2, turn. FO after Row 12 – 14 (15, 16) hdc, 14 (15, 16) ch-1

Edging

Row 1: Using US N/10mm hook and Yarn B, create a loop by pulling B around any hdc on Row 11, working round each hdc, sl st around, sl st to join in back loop of first st

Row 2: Sc (without ch 1) around first ch-1, *sc around each ch-1, FO then weave end to join

Finishing

Sew in all ends, trim excess.

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