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Family Mittens
Pattern Number: 80670AD
Rating: ****
4.0 (based on 4 reviews)
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Family Mittens Reviewed by To-Nhi Tran on 2011-02-10 ****
The thumb portion did require multiple readings to understand, but otherwise, very easy pattern. Thanks, Lion Brand!

Family Mittens Reviewed by Oluchi on 2010-02-23 ****
I found the thumb part a bit hard to understand. But it turned out allright.

I am going to try and make some grown up sized next.

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Family Mittens Reviewed by Patti Black on 2009-12-22 *****
I can't believe I made these mittens! My first ever! I have already made 2 pairs for my neices and am working on another pair for me. They are so easy to make. The instructions are super easy to read. You will LOVE this pattern!

Family Mittens Reviewed by Alisa Terry on 2009-12-05 ***
This seemed unnecessarily complicated. I think it would have been easier to join those first two rows in the palm, go back and forth for or so rows to leave an opening for the thumb, then finish the rest by crocheting in the round. Then you could crochet the thumb on and sew up the cuff.

This is how I plan on doing the second mitten in the pair I am making for my daughter In the future, though, I will probably do the cuff in a round using HDC's in front and back posts so that the whole thing is just done in the round.

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