Crochet Snowman Kid-size mittens, perfect for little hands to keep warm in style in this festive season! These quick and easy holiday mittens easy and fun to crochet. I hope kids will love to wear these adorable snowman mittens.
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Gifting season is coming soon!
These snowman mittens are specially designed for the festive season coming soon. I’m currently working on another Holiday Mitten Pattern for kids. And I hope you will love these patterns as a gift idea because they are easy to crochet in a few hours with less than 150 yards. Kids will love to wear these fun and festive mittens on colder days while they’re outside and playing.
About the pattern
The crochet snowman mittens pattern comes in child size.
This pattern is simple and fast to crochet with half double crochet and single crochet stitches.
To make a face of the snowman, the facial features sewed and attached to the mittens.
The double ribbed cuff gives an extra coziness and keep the mittens fitted to your hand and hold well.
The pattern has five parts.
Skill Level: Easy
Finished size (Child)
- Cuff to fingertip = 6.5″
- Circumference of palm = 7″
Yarn: #4 – Medium / Worsted weight / 100% acrylic (Approx: 150 yards)
– Ice Yarn Favorite (100% Acrylic; 229 yards [210 meters] / 100g)
– 60 yards of White (C1), 10 yards of Teal (C2), 70 yards of Light Blue (C3)
– Small amount of Orange yarn (for nose) and Black yarn (for mouth)
– US I/9, 5.5mm crochet hook
– US H/8, 5mm crochet hook
– Tapestry needle for weaving ends
– 2 buttons, black thread and needle for sewing buttons
Gauge: 14 hdc x 10 rows = 4″ with US I-9 (5.5mm) crochet hook
Abbreviations (US Term)
- ch – chain
- sc – single stitch
- hdc – half double crochet
- dc – double crochet
- BLO – back loop only
- BL – back loop
- sl st – slip stitch
- st – stitch
- sk – skip
- beg – beginning
- * to ; – repeat * to the instructions.
- (C1) – color 1
- (C2) – color 2
- (C3) – color 3
- hdc2tog = yo, [insert the hook in next st, yo, pull back through the st] 2 times, yo, pull back through all the 4 loops on the hook.
- If you want to make these mittens in larger or smaller sizes, follow the Basic Mittens Pattern for Kids and Adult.
- First, you need to follow the kids or adult hand shaping and thumb hole part of the selected pattern.
- Continue the rounds without increasing until your little finger pinky is covered.
- Then follow the decreasing and close the top of the selected pattern.
- Sew the facial features on the mittens (eyes, nose, mouth)
- Make thumb and double ribbed cuff.
Crochet Snowman Mittens – Child Size
Hand shaping and thumb hole
With (C1), crochet ch 24, sl st to the first ch (be careful not to twist)
Round 1: ch 1, sc in first ch, sc in each st around, join with sl st in first st. (24 sts)
Round 2: ch 1, 3 hdc in first st and next st, hdc in each st around, join with sl st in first st. (28 sts)
Round 3: ch 1, 2 hdc in first st, hdc in each of next 4 st, 2 hdc in next st, hdc in each st around, join with sl st in first st. (30 sts)
Round 4: ch 1, sk first st and each of next next 6 st, 2 hdc in next st (thumb hole made), hdc in each st around, join with sl st in first st. (24 sts)
Continue rounds without increasing
Round 5 to 7: ch 1, hdc in each st around, join with sl st in first st. Fasten off and cut the yarn.
Round 8: Join (C2), ch 1, hdc in each st around, join with sl st in first st. Fasten off and cut the yarn.
Round 9: Join (C3) ch 1, hdc in each st around, join with sl st in first st.
Decreasing and closing top
Round 10: ch 1, hdc in first st and next st, *hdc2tog (see special stitches), hdc in each of next 2 st; repeat * from around, join with sl st in first st. (18 sts including hdc2tog)
Round 11: ch 1, hdc in first st, *hdc2tog, hdc in next st; repeat * from around, join with sl st in first st. (12 sts)
Round 12: ch 1, (start from first st), hdc2tog (see special stitches) around, join with sl st in first first hdc2tog. (6 hdc2tog)
Leaving a 10-12” tail, fasten off and cut the yarn.
Join (C1) yarn at the first skipped st in round 3.
Round 1: ch 1, 9 hdc around the thumb hole including 2 side-sts in round 4 of the mitten, join with sl st in first first st. (9 hdc)
Round 2 & 3: ch 1, hdc in each st around, join with sl st in first st. (9 hdc)
Round 4: ch 1, hdc in first st, hdc2tog (see special stitches) around, join with sl st in first st. (4 hdc2tog/1 hdc)
Fasten off and cut the yarn, leaving 10-12” tail.
Weave the ends. With tapestry needle and yarn tails, sew and close the mitten top, and thumb top. At this moment start to make facial features before you starting ribbed cuff.
With orange yarn and US H/8, 5mm crochet hook, ch 4, sc in second ch from the hook, hdc in next ch, dc in last ch. Fasten off and leave about 10″ long yarn tail for attaching to the mittens.
Using buttons and sewing needles, sew eyes. Sew Nose with the yarn tail and the tapestry needle. And embroider mouth with black yarn.
Double ribbed cuff
Leaving 12″ long yarn tail for joining, join the (C3) yarn at one of the remaining loops in the foundation chain of the mitten. Using US H/8, 5mm crochet hook,
Step 1: ch 15, sc in 2nd ch from the hook, sc in each of the next 13 st, sl st to the next 2 remaining loops in the foundation chain of mitten. Turn the work. (14 sc)
Step 2: sc in BL of each st across, turn the work. (14 sts)
Step 3: ch 1, sc in BL of each st across, sl st to the next 2 remaining loops in the foundation chain of mitten. turn the work (14 sts)
Repeat steps 2 and 3 continuously around the mitten until the last loop of the foundation chain. Fasten off. Sew short rows together using the tapestry needle and yarn tail. Weave the ends.
Fold the cuff in half.
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