Color Pop Mittens Crochet Pattern
These Color Pop Mittens are just what you need to brighten up the colder days of Autumn.
They’re thick and cozy so you could wear them in Winter, too. And they’re the perfect blend of colors.
They’re made using a beautiful neutral camel shade and a bright pop of color on top. I love that they can be worn with anything thanks to the color palette. And the pattern is fun to crochet too.
The mittens are made using an allover single crochet which is easy to follow and they have decorative ribbed trim on the bottom. I made these really quickly and they look great. The yarn really adds to the look and texture of these mittens.
I used a Cascade 220 Superwash Merino yarn in Doeskin Heather and Red. The yarn is machine washable and really durable since it’s made from 100% merino wool. It’s warm and thick enough for outdoor knits. Perfect for your everyday pair of mittens.
If you want to make these mittens before it gets too cold outside, you can grab the crochet kit I put together here. All the kits I put together have a digital pdf pattern and all the yarn needed to complete the project.
Or, if you want to switch up the colors, check out the Cascade 220 Superwash yarn on makerdrop.com. The yarn comes in beautiful shades so you can really personalize this project. Or make them as a gift for someone you love.
SKILL LEVEL: Beginner
Yarn: Cascade 220 Superwash Merino worsted weight yarn
1 skein each Doeskin Heather (#40) and Red (#29)
Yardage: 220 yds main color and 110 yds contrasting color
Tools: Scissors, tapestry needle
st = stitch
ch = chain
sl = slip stitch
sc2tog= single crochet 2 st together, decreasing st
fpdc= front post double crochet
bpdc= back post double crochet
FINISHED SIZE: 10” long, 3” thumb piece, 4” wide
Gauge: 24 sc x 24 rows= 4”
PATTERN (make two):
Ch 5 (red), make 2 sc in the 2nd ch from the hook. Make an sc into each of the next 2 st, and make 3 sc in the last st, placing a st marker in the center st of the 3. Working down the opposite side of the ch, make an sc into each of the next 2 st. Sl st into the first ch, and ch 1.
Rnd 1: Sc into the first st (first ch from the previous rnd). In the next st, make 2 sc. Sc in each of the next st, stopping 1 st before marked st. Make 2 sc in that st, and 1 sc in the marked st. Make 2 sc in the next st, then sc into each st around. In the last st, make 2 sc, sl to join. 15 sc
Rnds 2-6: Repeat rnd 1. Rnd 5 should have 35 sc
Rnds 7- 18: Ch 1, sc in the first st, and in each st around.
Rnd 19: With doeskin heather, ch 1, sc in each st around
Rnd 20: Ch 1, make 2 sc in the first st. Sc in each of the next 4 st. * Make 2 sc in the next st, then sc in each of the next 4 st* 42 sc
Rnds 21-32: Ch 1, sc in the first st and each st around. Break yarn and set the piece aside after the last row.
MC (doeskin heather), 10 sc
Rnd 1: Ch 1, make 2 sc in the first st. *Sc in the next st, then make 2 sc in the next.* 15 sc
Rnds 2-12: Ch 1, sc in the first st, and each st around. Break yarn, leaving an 8” tail
Line up the thumb and hand pieces, and whip st 3 st together to attach.
Rnd 1: Reattach the yarn, and sc in each st of the hand and thumb piece. 54 sc
Rnds 2-12: Ch 1, sc in the first st and each st around.
Rnd 13 & 14: Ch 1, sc2tog in the first 2 st. Make a sc in each of the next 3 st. 28 sc on rnd 14
Rnd 15: Ch 1, sc in each st around. 28 sc.
Rnd 16: Ch 3, fpdc in first st. *Bpdc in next st, then fpdc in the next st* rnd will end on a fpdc.
Rnd 17- 26: Repeat rnd 16
Weave in all ends.
These cozy Color Pop Mittens are perfect for the cold weather headed your way. It’s a very straight forward pattern to follow and I love the way these mittens look and feel. If you want a good quality set of gloves, made from a super warm yarn this pattern won’t disappoint.