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Baby Mitts – Free Pattern!

It doesn’t matter if it is summer or winter, anytime is a good time to make baby mittens. These little hand covers keep a baby from scratching her face, body, or arms by accident by covering her fingernails without putting pressure on her hands or wrists.

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Crochet baby Mittens Tutorial. The instructions are written as a combination of crochet pattern and collection of my notes, tips and tricks, actually everything I’ve learned during making this pattern. The mittens are super easy to make and can be finished in a very short amount of time.
Hi Spud & Chloë Friends, This is the final project using the leftovers from the Dream Catcher Baby Blanket Sweater yarn. The finale pattern is for the sweetest and .
Nov 02,  · 2. You will require four individual cutouts of the pattern to get a set of scratch mittens. Hem each individual pattern. 3. Next, sew together two cutouts. Remember to sew together the reversed side of the material and leave the bottom portion un-sewed. 4. Once, materials have been sewed together. Turn the mittens inside out. 5.
Hi Spud & Chloë Friends, This is the final project using the leftovers from the Dream Catcher Baby Blanket Sweater yarn. The finale pattern is for the sweetest and .
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Choosing to make our own clothes and toys is thus a natural step. Sewing your own clothes give you the option to choose the material, the print, the cutting, right down to the placement of the pockets.

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Start off by cutting out a mitten type shape. Mine was about 4 inches wide and 5 inches tall. At about 4 inches I rounded the top. You will need to cut TWO Main pieces and TWO lining pieces per mitten. You should have 8 fabric pieces for a set of mittens. Again, if you are making these for a baby smaller than 6 months I would downsize this a bit. It doesn’t matter if it is summer or winter, anytime is a good time to make baby mittens. These little hand covers keep a baby from scratching her face, body, or arms by accident by covering her fingernails without putting pressure on her hands or wrists. Print the Baby Mittens Template on actual size (%) or no scaling. The printed template should measure 4 3/4″ x 3 5/8″ The printed template should measure 4 3/4″ x 3 5/8″ Using the template cut 4 mitts from your fabric.