Cute, comfortable and really oh so pretty!
The unusual construction of the Floral Kiss Mitts give you so many options for individual styling.
- Create a pair (or more) of Floral Kiss Mitts and you’ll be receiving compliments galore!
- From the panels of plain and fancy fabric, to the cute shells framing both the fingers and your wrists, with the “kiss” of shells around the thumbs, these are no ordinary glove
- Worked sideways in a flat panel, the exact length can be adjusted to fit the wearer so that your gift basket can overflow with gloves made specifically for individual ladies
- Panels of basic stitches alternate with Harlequin Shells which appear like a flower garden, particularly when worked in variegated yarn
- Use one or 2 colors in solid or variegated, to create different effects for different outfits/personal styles
- Shells frame the base of your fingers, while the reverse is a flat edge for comfort and wear
- If you are an intermediate level crocheter, you will find this pattern easily achievable
- Will fit a US Medium ladies hand, but includes adjustments to fit those wider or narrower hands so they don’t miss out!
- Full written and pictorial instructions included so that you will successfully create Floral Kiss Mitts over and over again
- Floral Kiss Mitts Crochet Pattern has been tested by independent crocheters and some of their photos are included in the gallery
- I’m always happy to help if you have questions, so please contact me to send a message direct to my inbox.
The pattern is instantly available in both standard US terms and Standard UK/AU terms, with step-by-step instructions and photos to help guide your hook to completion.
About the Yarn...
For these gloves, I used “Quokka Tails” from Great Southern Yarn (formerly MulberryandFlax). These 25g bundles are often sold at markets or in their shop and are perfect for pairing up to create a 2-tone pair, so a 4-pack like the one below will create 2 pairs of gloves. Ask for them, and tell Andrew & Jennifer I sent you!
(Oh and apologies for the less than optimal photo – it’s the only one I took before diving in and making the gloves!)