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Tuesday, September 18, 2012

Adeline Fingerless Mitts or Arm Warmers, Easy Crochet Pattern with Faux Cables ( Free Pattern)












Fingerless Mitts, a Slouchie Beanie and a Cowl, make fashion statements like none other. They are the perfect combination of style and comfort. Now make your own pair of fashionable mitts with this fun to work crochet pattern embellished with  faux cables.

I wanted to design a fingerless mitts crochet pattern with cables that are suitable for beginners as well. So I came up with this faux cable idea that anyone with basic crochet skils can easily work. Unlike the regular cables that use front post stitches, the cables on these mittens use the basic chain stitch to evoke the same effect.  A pair of these can be worked in  about two hours and believe me I am not a fast crocheter at all. I have seen knitters and crocheters who can do it while watching TV but I still have to stare at each of my stitches to get it right. My seven year old little girl who recently started crocheting has beat me at it and when I tell her to take a break as it could strain her eyes, she  closes her eyes and continues.

 The Crochet  pattern uses worsted weight yarn and a size H (5mm) crochet hook.  Pattern is written in Standard American Terms and is made to fit an average woman's hand.  

Find the free pattern here, Adeline Fingerless Mitts.

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68 comments:

  1. BEAUTIFUL! Thank you for the free pattern!

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  2. I love the pattern. Thank you so much for been so kind & give us a free pattern!

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  3. AWESOME!! Thank you for this pattern, what a genius idea.

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  4. That pattern is gorgeous! I would love it if you shared it at my crochet link party this weekend. I hope to see you there!
    Best wishes from Holland, Annemarie

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  5. BEAUTIFUL!! Love the cables!! Thank you for sharing.
    Lenora

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  6. Love 'em! I will be making a pair! Probably several, once my girls and the gals at work see them. It's so nice of you to share your talents with us and gift us with a free pattern!!!

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  7. Perfect! I was looking for a free pattern for some fingerless gloves but had no idea I would find such a lovely pattern for them! Thank you for sharing it! You have some lovely designs here!

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  8. Perfect! I was just looking for a pattern for some free fingerless gloves and didn't imagine I would find such a pretty one! Thank you for sharing it. You have some lovely designs here!

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  9. These are super! Thank you so much for giving this pattern away. You're wonderful! :)

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  10. Gorgeous! Thanks so much for sharing, I have earmarked your page and will definitely be trying this out at some point :)
    I am hosting a Secret Santa Handmade Swap on my blog and you would be an awesome participant.
    Hope you will consider it.
    x

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  11. I love it! Thanks for sharing! I've been following you on Facebook for a while. I didn't realize you had a blog as well. :)

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  12. So pretty! Thanks so much for linking up to Do Something Crafty Friday!!

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  13. Love them! I haven't crocheted anything to wear other than scarves yet, but this looks like a good place to start!

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  14. I love your blog! I purchased the ear flap hat pattern last winter and absolutely love it! Certainly worth the $5!!! Thank you for this free pattern...I love these and am so excited to try it!

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  15. What a cute pattern! I love the cables. Pinning this for a future project :)

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  16. That's a nice pattern. Thanks for sharing!

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  17. I am making these right now! Thank you for sharing the pattern!

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  18. What a gorgeous pattern. I've knit fingerless gloves...I think I'll have to try crocheting some now! :D

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  19. these are beautiful. I have a link party on Wednesdays, and I would love it if you would link this and any other posts. It is called Wednesdays Adorned From Above Link Party. It runs from Wednesday to Sundays.
    http://www.adornedfromabove.com/2012/10/almond-sugar-body-scrub-and-wednesdays.html
    I hope to see you there. Have a great Day.
    Debi Bolocofsky
    Adorned From Above
    www.adornedfromabove.com

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  20. I just love these. They are just so fun and pretty. Thanks so much for sharing at Wednesday's Adorned From Above Link Party.
    Debi @ Adorned From Above
    www.adornedfromabove.com

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  21. Super cute! Have a friend who was looking for knit-look crochet stuff to make. I'll have to send this to her!

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  22. New follower...I love the Adeline arm warmers! Thank you for the free pattern :-) Do you mind if I share it on my website?

    TracyAnn
    www.crochethappy.com

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    1. Yes, of course you can but please do link to my blog page. You are also free to share any more projects from my blog as long as there is a link.

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  23. thanks so much, i will try making these by next weekend, depending on when i get a chance to buy more yarn... i just started crocheting in october so i hope i'll manage making these.
    once i'm better at it i'd love to make more things with your patterns, i've already pinned those adorable boots, they'll be perfect for my niece when she gets a little bigger!

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  24. I've been crocheting for a long time (longer than I care to remember) and I love making small things like this, or hats, scarves, booties, socks, etc. I'll be giving these a try when I finish a Christmas order of my ribbed fingerless mitts for a friend. She ordered 20 pairs (glad they don't take more than a couple hours a pair too.)

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  25. are we allowed to sell this pattern? because i bet tons of people would love to buy it.

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    1. If you meant if you could sell the finished mittens, yes you can. Please do not sell the pattern itself or pass it on to others. If anyone needs the crochet pattern kindly direct them to my blog. Thank You!

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  26. can we sell the ending result of this project? i will give you credit of course

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  27. I love your easy to read instructions for your Adeline fingerless mitts, I already have a request for a fingerless mitt and it will be my first time croocheting one. I also like your personal touch drawings on page 2 showing percise detailed instruction for back loops. Thank you.....Please don't stop keep them coming.

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  28. I don't understand how you do the back loop here. It seems to me you need to crochet the slip stitch row into not the back loop but the loop at the very back of the previous stitch leaving the previous row showing both front and back loops. Am I missing something?

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    1. If you work the slip st in to the back loop and the next row of dc again in to the back loops of the slip stitches, you will get the striped look. You can mark one of your slip stitches to easily locate the back loop of it.

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  29. Thank you for the free pattern. I've been looking for a pattern like this forever and yours is the only one I really like. I'm pinning this!

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  30. Thank you so much for the darling hand warmers. I work with seniors and their hands are always cold. I will make a few pairs to give them. God bless you and keep you as you continue to create such beautiful and useful items.

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  31. Thank you for the free pattern, it was so kind and generous of you. I work with seniors and their hands are always cold. I will try this pattern and give a few away. God bless and keep you as you continue to create such beautiful and creative projects.

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  32. Thank you for this pattern. I love Dr. Who and was hoping to find hand warmers like the ones Rose wears, but all have been knit. Yours are beautiful and I can't wait to try them. Hoping to also make them for my daughters and friends. :-)

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  33. These are just what I've been looking for. I just finished my first glove and am thrilled at how simple to make, yet so lovely. Making for my daughters first, then I get to make a pair for myself. Also, making for my husband and son, but shorter and without the cables. Very gracious of you to share this pattern, thank you so much.

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  34. They are very classy & chic. Thank you so much for sharing the pattern. (I pinned you on Pinterest)

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  35. Thank you for this lovely pattern. I live in Australia and it is very difficult to find crochet patterns here.

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  36. Just wanted to say thanks! I have crocheted and knitted lots of plain jane handwarmers and was looking for something fun to try next. These are so cute!

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  37. Just wanted to thank you for this pattern. I have been looking for something different to try for handwarmers/gauntlets. These look great! Thanks again

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  38. Super cute mittens! Thank you for sharing with the Clever Chicks Blog Hop!

    Cheers,
    Kathy Shea Mormino
    The Chicken Chick
    http://www.The-Chicken-Chick.com

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  39. I love this pattern, but I can't figure out how to download the pattern. I even got the "Box" app. Please help! Thanks!!!

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  40. You do not need any App to download the pattern. The link should work for everyone unless your connection is slow. Please use my contact me form. I can email it to you.

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  41. Thx for the pattern. The only part I dont understand is which side and where do u do the sc down the length to the other opening of glove.

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    1. Could you please email me using the contact me form and elaborate a little please?

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  42. Hello) Can you tell me, what kind of thread do you use for these mittens?
    P.S. Sorry my English, please)

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  43. Worsted weight, size 4 medium or 10 ply.

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  44. Is this a free pattern because I can't find it?

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    1. There is a link at the bottom of the post which will take you to the pattern.

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  45. Hi just found your blog and wanted to say thanks for the pattern, these will make nice gifts(and one for myself).

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  46. You must be a smart gal to have made this cable pattern. I'm sorry to look like Im slow,but I don't know how you do the cables after the mitts done. Is the chain that you do fastened every little bit to the mitt or not,again sorry,everyone else seems to have understood but me

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    1. No, you don't fasten off till you finish the cable pattern.

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  47. Made these as a Christmas gift - thank you so much for the pattern! It was very easy to follow and these worked up quickly and beautifully :)

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  48. All of your stuff is beautiful...but I find these to be little gems!

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  49. great idea of faux cables … looks easy enough even for a beginner … congrats on creating this great design!!!

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  50. merci! pour ce tutoriel il est super!

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  51. My daughter sent me a link to your pattern and requested a pair for her and her two daughters. I have been making these since September. Every time someone sees them they want a pair! Thank you so much for a great pattern and inspiration.

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  52. Great Pattern, I added the pattern on my site http://crochetjewel.com/?p=8723, yes you can add as many patterns as you like. thanks!

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  53. I love it, can't wait to start this pattern.

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  54. Thank you! lovely!

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