Driving Mitts by Emma Friedlander-Collins
Find the pattern in issue 76 of Inside Crochet magazine.
These cheeky little driving gloves are ideal for keeping off the chill or just for looking cool...
â— Rowan Tweed, 100% wool, 50g/118m/129yds
Yarn A: Reeth 596 x 1 ball
â— DMC Petra No 5, 100% cotton, 100g/400m/437yds
Yarn B: Cream 54459 x 1 ball
â— 2mm & 4mm hooks
â— Two pearl buttons
â— Sewing needle and matching thread
You can use any DK weight yarn to achieve a similar effect, and any crochet cotton that can be worked on a 2mm hook.
Hand circumference: 20cm/8in.
Emma is a crochet designer who has written two books, Crochet Dress-Up and Big Hook Crochet.
Read her blog at www.steelandstitch.blogspot.co.uk, and find her as Steel&Stitch on Etsy, Ravelry and Instagram.
Designer: Emma Friedlander-Collins
Price: Magazine Only
Yarn Type: DK
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