Comfortable, thick and textured winter gloves.
Create one pair of Trellis Mitts and there’s bound to be more!
- Trellis Mitts Crochet Pattern starts at the cuff of your gloves and work their way in one piece all the way to the fingers
- The textured pattern is is thick and solid enough to keep the cold weather out. A variation on standard crochet cross-stitch, it not only looks interesting (like a garden “trellis”), but captures the air in pockets, to ensure toasty hands
- Seamless – there are only 4 ends you’ll need to weave in per glove (unless you choose to add colors)
- I strongly encourage you to learn the Improved Chainless Starting stitches (from Mooglyblog.com). By using these amazing crochet stitches, the “rising stitch” becomes almost invisible – even YOU will be hard pressed to find it!
- If you are an intermediate level crocheter, you will find this pattern easily achievable
- Create in one color, 2 colors, color-block or variegated yarns to achieve different effects
- Full written and pictorial instructions included so that you will successfully create the Trellis Mitts over and over again
- These gorgeous winter gloves have been tested by independent crocheters – see below for their creations & yarn selections
- 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.
The very first pair of Trellis Mitts - included a hand-specific button flap (not included in this pattern (yet)). I used a now discontinued alpaca yarn from Bendigo Woollen Mills in cream.
The second pair I made, this time without the button tab, were created using a stash yarn. The now discontinued "Silk Supreme" yarn from Bendigo Woollen Mills has a sheen to it that catches the light between the "trellis" bars.
Jessica (pattern tester)
Jessica chose a lovely solid grey to make her test pair. Bernat Baby Sport Solids & Marls was the yarn she used.
Sharon (pattern tester)
Sharon had already made a Trellis Beanie, so continued with the same yarn until she ran out. She used Marvel 8ply yarn.
For Homespun Crochet magazine (see below for details), I used 8 ply (DK) pure merino from Sally Ridgway in three custom colors - Aubergine, Apple Blossom and Sage. The pink (apple blossom) version has a longer finger section, while the teal (sage) version has a longer cuff.
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The Trellis Mitts pattern was published in the Australian Homespun Crochet Magazine – Beginners and Beyond – Issue 3, in June 2022!
If you’d like to have your own copy of this quality magazine, which also features my Dew Drops and Sunbeams Wrap, please click the link below (not affiliate).