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‘Pair it up’ crochet hat and mitten pattern set

A pink and green striped crochet mitten lies either side of a matching crochet beanie hat on a sheepskin wool rug.

The pair it up crochet hat and matching mitten pattern is a fun crochet project that would make an ideal gift for yourself or a loved one.

Made here with bold and bright colours for joyful holiday season vibes, it’s a flexible pattern that can be made with any combination of colours, leftover yarn or a single, solid shade.

In this post you will find the free to read crochet pattern for the adult size hat and the adult medium size mittens (read on for the pattern).

You can also purchase an ad-free, print optimised PDF version of the crochet pattern from Etsy, Raverly or Love Crafts.

The PDF version of the crochet pattern includes the hat pattern in 4 sizes (child, teen/small adult, adult and large adult) and the mittens in 5 sizes from adult XS to XL (size information given in measurements section). It also has additional step by step photos demonstrating the mitten construction.

Two images of a pink and green matching crochet beanie hat and mitten set. A text overlay reads ‘pair it up crochet hat and mitten pattern.

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Pattern Notes

General Notes

  • Please read through the pattern and associated notes before starting your project
  • This pattern uses standard US crochet terminology (UK equivalents are given in brackets in the abbreviations list where applicable)
  • Numbers at the end of a row / round indicate the number of stitches in that row / round and are only given at the start of a section or where there is a change
  • Turning chains do not count as stitches
  • Slip stitches used to join rounds do not count as a stitch
  • Unless otherwise indicated, stitches should be worked in consecutive stitches
  • The first stitch of each row / round should be worked into the top of the last stitch from the previous row / round, unless otherwise indicated (do not crochet into the slip stitch used to join the rounds)
  • Instructions written after an *asterisk should be repeated as indicated 
  • Instructions written between [square brackets] should be worked the specific number of times instructed
  • Instructions in (round brackets) should be worked in the same stitch

Construction

  • The hat is worked top-down in turned rounds and the brim is added to finish
  • The mittens are worked top-down in turned rounds using the same stitch pattern as the hat. You will start by making the thumb, set that aside, then make the covering for the fingers, join in the thumb and continue down to crochet the hand and finish with the cuff.
  • The pattern uses a stitch multiple of 2
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A closeup of the pair it up crochet beanie hat with the matching mittens blurred in the background.

Skills Used

  • Knowledge of basic crochet stitches, techniques and terminology is assumed
  • Overall I would give this set an intermediate level rating though it is achievable for confident beginners with experience in successfully following written patterns
  • You will need to maintain an accurate stitch count
  • Working in turned rounds
  • Increases and decreases
  • Working in back loops and front loops
  • Magic ring and working around the front and back of a chain to start the hat and mittens respectively
Dora sits in a green meadow with her hands resting on hear knees wearing a white raincoat and a pink and green striped crochet hat and matching mittens.

Materials

Crochet Hook

You will need a 4mm crochet hook, or size needed to obtain gauge. You may wish to use a smaller crochet hook when working the ribbing on the mittens.

Yarn Requirements

The pattern uses 4ply / fingering weight yarn.

For the hat you will need approximately 45(53, 57, 65)g / 179(210, 226, 258)m / 207(237, 248, 294)yds of yarn.

For a pair of mittens you will need approximately 46(50, 59, 70, 78)g / 183(199, 235, 278, 310)m / 202(220, 260, 307, 342)yds of yarn.

The items pictured used the following yarns;

Yarn A: Riverknits Chimera Marl Magic 100% BFL, 50g skein = 195m, shade: Rainforest.

Yarn B: Riverknits Nene 4ply, 100% BFL, 100g skein = 400m, shade: Cosmos.

Two hanks of yarn on a sheepskin rug, one bright pink and one variegated Colourway in dark and light green with pink running through,

I have broken down the approximate yarn requirements for the two colours by different sizes below. Yarn requirements are given in the approximate number or metres / yards of each colour for each size along with the total meterage in case you are working in a single colour.

Yarn requirements for Hat

SizeYarn A (Green) m / ydsYarn B (Pink) m / ydsTotal quantity m / yds
Child75 / 83104 / 124179 / 207
Teen / Small Adult82 / 91128 / 146210 / 237
Adult 94 / 103132 / 145226 / 248
Large Adult102 / 113156 / 181258 / 294

Yarn requirements for mittens (pair)

SizeYarn A (Green) m / ydsYarn B (Pink) m / ydsTotal quantity m / yds
Extra Small (XS)55 / 61128 / 141183 / 202
Small (S)63 / 70136 / 150199 / 220
Medium (M)71 / 79164 / 181235 / 260
Large (L)90 / 100188 / 207278 / 307
Extra Large (XL)102 / 113208 / 229310 / 342

Yarn Substitution Options

Similar 4ply / fingering weight yarns will produce similar results. This pattern should work well with a range of acrylic and animal fibres (I do not recommend cotton or plant based fibres for winter accessories). 

Different fibres and yarns will produce a different finished result. Always swatch with your chosen yarn to ensure you are happy with the resulting fabric and match gauge before starting.

You may find this post useful when choosing yarn.

Other Materials & Notions

Yarn needle, scissors and a tape measure

Stitch marker – you may find it helpful to place a stitch marker in the first stitch of each round to ensure you slip stitch into the top of the first stitch when coming to finish the round.

You may wish to block this project, I gave mine a gentle steam block (whilst laid flat on an ironing board) to relax the stitches a little and help the yarn to bloom, but found it didn’t need more than that.

Learn more about blocking here.

Crochet mittens and matching hat laid on sheepskin rug made from pink and green yarn.

Measurements & Finished Size

  • Approximate measurements of the finished hat and mittens are given in the tables below to help you choose a suitable size
  • The beanie hat has a a small amount of slouch built in which allows you to fold up the brim if desired
  • In the PDF version of the pattern, the hat pattern is offered in 4 sizes; child(teen/small adult, adult, large adult), sizes details outlined below
  • The mittens are a close fit but are likely to stretch somewhat with wear
  • In the PDF version of the pattern, the mitten pattern is offered in 5 sizes; XS(S, M, L, XL), size details outlined below
  • In the pictures I am wearing the size Small mittens and the Adult Size hat
  • Sizes are given in centimetres; to convert to inches, divide the number of cm by 2.54

Hat Sizes

SizeFinished circumference
(cm)
Finished Length (including brim)
(cm)
Child43.523.5
Teen / Small Adult4924.5
Adult 51.526
Large Adult54.527
Dora seen from the side wearing a pink and green crochet hat and matching mittens with a brightly coloured stripy wool sweater.

Mitten Sizes

SizeHand circumference (at knuckles)
(cm)
Fingertip to wrist (before cuff)
(cm)
Thumb length
(cm)
Thumb circumference
(cm)
XS16.517.55.87.3
S1818.55.87.3
M20206.78.2
L2222.56.79.1
XL23.523.57.510

How to purchase a Dora Does crochet pattern:

I sell my PDF crochet patterns in my Etsy, Ravelry and Love Crafts stores. You can purchase this pattern on any of these platforms, depending on your preference. Simply click the relevant links throughout this pattern page to be taken to the listing, or visit the store homepages in the links at the start of this paragraph.

Stitches & Abbreviations: US terms 

(UK Equivalent in Brackets)

  • BLO = back loop only
  • ch = chain
  • FLO = front loop only
  • hdc = half double crochet (UK half treble crochet)
  • hdc front 3rd lp = half double crochet in the front third loop – see special stitches
  • MR = magic ring – see special stitches
  • rep = repeat
  • RS = right side
  • sc = single crochet (UK double crochet)
  • sc2tog = single crochet 2 together (UK double crochet 2 together) – see special stitches
  • sk = skip (UK miss)
  • ss = slip stitch
  • st(s) = stitch(es)
  • WS = wrong side
  • yo = yarn over

Special Stitches 

Magic Ring (MR)

You can find a photo and video tutorial on how to create a magic ring here.  If you are not familiar with the magic ring for working in the round then you can ch2 and work the sts into the second chain from hook to start the hat pattern and the thumb of the mitten.

Half double crochet in the front third loop (hdc front 3rd lp)

For the ribbed brim and cuff, you will crochet a rib stitch which involves working into the front 3rd loop of the half double crochet on the previous row.

With your work facing you, having turned at the end of the previous row, the front 3rd loop is just below and in front of the two loops on the top of the stitch, where you would normally insert your hook. (This is illustrated in my post on crochet stitch anatomy.)

My crochet stitch directory gives more details of this style of crochet ribbing and you can find a video tutorial here – jump to 24mins 36 seconds. (left handed version of the video here). I also have a general tutorial for the join as you go ribbing method used in this pattern which you may find useful.

Single Crochet 2 Together (sc2tog)

Insert hook, yo, pull up a loop (2 loops on hook), insert hook into next/indicated st, yo, pull up a loop (3 loops on hook), yo, pull through all 3 loops to complete the stitch.

Dora hides her eyes between bright pink and green striped crochet mittens whilst wearing a matching crochet beanie hat.

Pattern Repeat

The stitch pattern is created by alternating single crochets in the BLO and FLO. 

If you see ‘Work in Patt’ for a round instruction in the pattern it means work the following:

Patt round: Ch1 (does not count as a stitch here or throughout), *1sc BLO, 1sc FLO; rep from * to end, ss to top of first st, turn.

Your rounds should always start in the BLO and finish in the FLO

If you see ‘Work in Patt’ as part of a round it means alternate 1sc BLO, 1sc FLO as instructed.

Specified number of pattern repeats are displayed in [square brackets]; e.g. [1sc BLO, 1sc BLO] 5 times is the same as working in patt for 10 sts total.

Pattern increases: To increase in the pattern you will work a sc in the BLO and FLO of the same stitch. This is written as (1sc BLO, 1sc FLO) – instructions in round brackets are worked in the same stitch. You will usually work 2 increases next to each other, in pairs.

Pattern decreases: Sc2tog over BLO then FLO

Insert hook into BLO of stitch, yo, pull up a loop (2 loops on hook), insert hook into FLO of next st, yo, pull up a loop (3 loops on hook), yo, pull through all 3 loops to complete the stitch.

A close up of one of the pair it up crochet mittens with the other mitten and matching crochet beanie blurred behind.

Colourwork Tip

When changing colours, I brought in the new colour on the pull through of the slip stitch used to join the previous round. I did not fasten off after each colour change (except where specified at the end of the colourwork sections), but carried the yarn up on the inside (WS).

A close up of the inside of a crochet hat showing where the different coloured yarns are floated up the inside with each colour change.

Gauge

22 sts and 24 rows in 10cm of single crochet alternated between the back loop and front loop using a 4mm crochet hook or size needed to obtain gauge.

Variation in your gauge will lead to variations in the finished size of your project. 

The same gauge measurement applies to both the hat and the glove pattern.

Learn how to make and measure a gauge swatch here

Dora holds her crochet mitten clad hands out towards the camera lens with her arms crossed over.

You can purchase the full PDF hat and mitten set for all sizes from Ravelry, Etsy or Love Crafts Crochet.

Paired up crochet beanie hat pattern – Adult Size

A pink and green striped crochet hat with a pink ribbed brim lies flat on a sheepskin rug.

Hat Crown

Using Yarn A, make a MR;

Round1 (RS): Ch1 (does not count as a st here or throughout), 6sc in MR, ss to top of first st, turn. 6 sts

Round 2: Ch1, (1sc BLO, 1sc FLO) in each st around, ss to top of first st, turn. 12 sts

Round 3: Ch1, *(1sc BLO, 1sc FLO) in 2 sts, 1sc BLO, 1sc FLO; rep from * to end, ss to top of first st, turn. 18 sts

Round 4: Ch1, *(1sc BLO, 1sc FLO) in 2 sts, [1sc BLO, 1sc FLO] twice; rep from * to end, ss to top of first st, turn. 24 sts

Round 5: Ch1, *(1sc BLO, 1sc FLO) in 2 sts, [1sc BLO, 1sc FLO] 3 times; rep from * to end, ss to top of first st, turn. 30 sts

Round 6: Ch1, *(1sc BLO, 1sc FLO) in 2 sts, [1sc BLO, 1sc FLO] 4 times; rep from * to end, ss to top of first st, turn. 36 sts

Round 7: Ch1, *(1sc BLO, 1sc FLO) in 2 sts, [1sc BLO, 1sc FLO] 5 times; rep from * to end, ss to top of first st, turn. 42 sts

Round 8: Ch1, *(1sc BLO, 1sc FLO) in 2 sts, [1sc BLO, 1sc FLO] 6 times; rep from * to end, ss to top of first st, turn. 48 sts

Round 9: Ch1, [1sc BLO, 1sc FLO] 3 times, *(1sc BLO, 1sc FLO) in 2 sts, [1sc BLO, 1sc FLO] 7 times; rep from * once more, (1sc BLO, 1sc FLO) in 2 sts, [1sc BLO, 1sc FLO]  4 times, ss to top of first st, turn. 54 sts

Round 10: Ch1, [1sc BLO, 1sc FLO] 5 times, *(1sc BLO, 1sc FLO) in 2 sts, [1sc BLO, 1sc FLO] 8 times; rep from * once more, (1sc BLO, 1sc FLO) in 2 sts, [1sc BLO, 1sc FLO] 3 times, ss to top of first st, turn. 60 sts

Round 11: Ch1, *(1sc BLO, 1sc FLO) in 2 sts, [1sc BLO, 1sc FLO] 9 times; rep from * to end, ss to top of first st, turn. 66 sts

Round 12: Ch1, *(1sc BLO, 1sc FLO) in 2 sts, [1sc BLO, 1sc FLO] 10 times; rep from * to end, ss to top of first st, turn. 72 sts

Round 13: Ch1, [1sc BLO, 1sc FLO] 6 times, *(1sc BLO, 1sc FLO) in 2 sts, [1sc BLO, 1sc FLO] 11 times; rep from * once more, (1sc BLO, 1sc FLO) in 2 sts, [1sc BLO, 1sc FLO] 5 times, ss to top of first st, turn. 78 sts

Round 14: Ch1, [1sc BLO, 1sc FLO] 7 times, *(1sc BLO, 1sc FLO) in 2 sts, [1sc BLO, 1sc FLO] 12 times; rep from * once more, (1sc BLO, 1sc FLO) in 2 sts, [1sc BLO, 1sc FLO] 5 times, ss to top of first st, turn. 84 sts

Round 15: Ch1, *(1sc BLO, 1sc FLO) in 2 sts, [1sc BLO, 1sc FLO] 13 times; rep from * to end, ss to top of first st, turn. 90 sts

Round 16: Ch1, *(1sc BLO, 1sc FLO) in 2 sts, [1sc BLO, 1sc FLO] 14 times; rep from * to end, ss to top of first st, turn. 96 sts

Round 17: Ch1, [1sc BLO, 1sc FLO] 8 times, *(1sc BLO, 1sc FLO) in 2 sts, [1sc BLO, 1sc FLO] 15 times; rep from * once more, (1sc BLO, 1sc FLO) in 2 sts, [1sc BLO, 1sc FLO] 7 times, ss to top of first st, turn. 102 sts

Round 18: Ch1, [1sc BLO, 1sc FLO] 9 times, *(1sc BLO, 1sc FLO) in 2 sts, [1sc BLO, 1sc FLO] 16 times; rep from * once more, (1sc BLO, 1sc FLO) in 2 sts, [1sc BLO, 1sc FLO] 7 times, ss to top of first st, turn. 108 sts

Round 19: Ch1, *(1sc BLO, 1sc FLO) in 2 sts, [1sc BLO, 1sc FLO] 17 times; rep from * to end, ss to top of first st, turn. 114 sts

Round 20: Work in Patt

Hat body & colourwork

For the colourwork section of the hat, you will continue to work in patt for 20 rounds (Rounds 1-20), alternating between Yarn B and Yarn A as follows:

Join Yarn B and begin colourwork on RS. 114 sts

1 round in Yarn B, change to Yarn A

4 rounds in Yarn A, change to Yarn B

2 rounds in Yarn B, change to Yarn A

3 rounds in Yarn A, change to Yarn B

3 rounds in Yarn B, change to Yarn A

2 rounds in Yarn A, change to Yarn B

4 rounds in Yarn B, change to Yarn A

1 round in Yarn A, change to Yarn B and fasten off Yarn A

Continue in Yarn B for remainder of the pattern.

Rounds 21-28: Work in Patt

To change the length of the hat body, work fewer or more rounds in patt.

Continue to hat brim

Hat Brim

Round 1 (RS): Ch1, 1sc through both loops of each st to end, ss to top of first st, turn.

Move to work at right angles to Round 1

Ch8

Row 1(WS): 1hdc in second ch from hook and next 6 ch, ss into first 3 sts on Round 1, turn. 7 hdc and 3 ss

Row 2 (RS): Do not chain, sk 3 ss, 1hdc front 3rd lp of next 10 hdc, turn. 7 hdc

Row 3: Ch1, 1hdc front 3rd lp of next 10 hdc, ss into next 3 sts on Round 1, turn. 7  hdc and 3 ss

Rep Rows 2 and 3 around the base of the hat, finishing on a WS row (you may need to ss into 2 or 4 sts on Round 1 to finish).

To join on RS; ss into front 3rd loop of hdc and back loop of starting chain, joining the two edges of the brim.

Fasten off, sew in ends

Dora seen from behind sat on a log wearing a pink and green crochet hat and mittens with a white coat.

Paired up crochet mitten pattern – Adult Medium Size

Make 2

A pair of stripy crochet mittens made from pink and green hand dyed wool yarn lie one on top of the other on a sheepskin rug.

Thumb

In Yarn A, make MR;

Round 1 (RS): Ch1 (does not count as st here or throughout), 4sc in MR, ss to top of first st, turn. 4 sts

Round 2: Ch1, (1sc BLO, 1sc FLO) in each st around, ss to top, turn. 8 sts

A small crochet circle with a crochet hook still attached. This will form the top of the thumb.

Round 3: Rep Round 2. 16 sts

Round 4: Ch1, (1sc BLO, 1sc FLO) in each of first 2 sts, *1sc BLO, 1sc FLO; rep from * to end, ss to top of first st, turn. 18 sts

Rounds 5-6: Work in Patt

Thumb colourwork

For the colourwork section, you will continue to work in patt for 6 rounds (Rounds 7-12), alternating between Yarn B and Yarn A as follows:

Join Yarn B and begin colourwork on RS;

1 round in Yarn B, change to Yarn A. 18 sts

A close up of the first round of pink yarn in a crochet thumb for the paired up mitten.

2 rounds in Yarn A, change to Yarn B

2 rounds in Yarn B, change to Yarn A

1 round in Yarn A, change to Yarn B, fasten off Yarn B

Rounds 13-15: Work in Patt

Round 16: Ch1, (1sc BLO, 1sc FLO) in first 2 sts, [1sc BLO, 1sc FLO] 4 times, (1sc BLO, 1sc FLO) in each of next 2 sts, *1sc BLO, 1sc FLO; rep from * to end, ss to top of first st. 22 sts

Fasten off and set aside – leave around a 10-15cm tail and do not sew in ends.

The thumb of a crochet mitten with stripes of pink and green yarn.

Hand

In Yarn A;

Round 1 (RS): Ch9, 2sc in second ch from hook, 1sc in next 6 ch, 2sc in last ch, work round back of ch, 2sc in first ch, 1sc in next 6ch, 2sc in last ch, ss to form a round, turn. 20 sts

Round 2: Ch1, *(1sc BLO, 1sc FLO) in next st, [1sc BLO, 1sc FLO] 4 times, (1sc BLO, 1sc FLO) in next st; rep from * once, ss to top of first st, turn. 24 sts

A close up of the first two rounds of the top of a crochet mitten
A close up of the top of the mitten where you have crocheted around the back and front of a chain. (note the picture is for the size small)

Round 3: Ch1, *(1sc BLO, 1sc FLO) in next st, [1sc BLO, 1sc FLO] 5 times, (1sc BLO, 1sc FLO) in next st; rep from * once, ss to top of first st, turn. 28 sts

Round 4: Ch1, *(1sc BLO, 1sc FLO) in next st, [1sc BLO, 1sc FLO] 6 times, (1sc BLO, 1sc FLO) in next st; rep from * once, ss to top of first st, turn. 32 sts

Round 5: Ch1, *(1sc BLO, 1sc FLO) in next st, [1sc BLO, 1sc FLO] 7 times, (1sc BLO, 1sc FLO) in next st; rep from * once, ss to top of first st, turn. 36 sts

Round 6: Ch1, *(1sc BLO, 1sc FLO) in next st, [1sc BLO, 1sc FLO] 8 times, (1sc BLO, 1sc FLO) in next st; rep from * once, ss to top of first st, turn. 40 sts

Round 7: Ch1, *(1sc BLO, 1sc FLO) in next st, [1sc BLO, 1sc FLO] 9 times, (1sc BLO, 1sc FLO) in next st; rep from * once, ss to top of first st, turn. 44 sts

The top of a crochet mitten made in green yarn with one stripe of pink yarn added.
Initially the top of the mitten may be a bit twisted but this will straighten out as you work.

Hand Colourwork Section

For the colourwork section of the hand, you will continue to work in patt for 20 rounds (Rounds 1-20), alternating between Yarn B and Yarn A as follows:

Join Yarn B and begin colourwork on RS

1 round in Yarn B, change to Yarn A. 44 sts

4 rounds in Yarn A, change to Yarn B

2 rounds in Yarn B, change to Yarn A

3 rounds in Yarn A, change to Yarn B

3 rounds in Yarn B, change to Yarn A

2 Rounds in Yarn A, change to Yarn B

The top half of a crochet mitten made in pink and green yarn with stripes of different thickness.

4 rounds in Yarn B, change to Yarn A

1 round in Yarn A, change to Yarn B and fasten off Yarn A

Continue in Yarn B for remainder of the mitten.

Rounds 21-23: Work in Patt

For a longer section around the fingers,  work more rounds in patt, ensuring you work in a multiple of 2 rounds.

The finger and thumb section of a crochet mitten laid next to one another, ready for joining.

Joining the thumb 

Round 1 (RS): Work in Patt around the hand until you reach the end, but do not ss to join, instead continue working into the last round of the thumb (on the RS, beginning where you fastened off) and continue to Work in Patt around thumb, ss to join, turn. 66 sts

Rounds 2-5: Work in Patt

A partially crochet mitten with the finger and thumb section complete.

Note that when weaving in the long tail where you fastened off the thumb (at the end of the pattern), you may notice a gap where you joined the thumb to the hand (see below). I encourage you to use the tail to sew up this gap to strengthen the thumb gusset when you get to that stage.

A close up of the thumb join on a pair of pink and green crochet mittens.
Use the tail from the thumb to sew up the small gap left where the thumb was joined to the hand.

Round 6 (WS): Ch1, sc2tog over BLO then FLO twice, [1sc BLO, 1sc FLO] 7 times, sc2tog over BLO then FLO twice, *1sc BLO, 1sc FLO; rep from * to end, ss to top of first st, turn. 62 sts

Rounds 7-9: Work in Patt

Round 10 (WS): Ch1, sc2tog over BLO then FLO twice, [1sc BLO, 1sc FLO] 5 times, sc2tog over BLO then FLO twice, *1sc BLO, 1sc FLO; rep from * to end, ss to top of first st, turn. 58 sts

Rounds 11-13: Work in Patt

Round 14 (WS): Ch1, sc2tog over BLO then FLO twice, [1sc BLO, 1sc FLO] 3 times, sc2tog over BLO then FLO twice, *1sc BLO, 1sc FLO; rep from * to end, ss to top of first st, turn. 54 sts

Rounds 15-18: Work in Patt

For a longer section at the base of the hand, work more rounds in patt, ensuring you work in a multiple of 2 rounds.

Round 19 (RS): Ch1, [1sc BLO, 1sc FLO] 10 times, sc2tog over BLO then FLO twice, [1sc BLO, 1sc FLO] 11 times, sc2tog over BLO then FLO twice, [1sc BLO, 1sc FLO] twice, ss to top of first st, turn. 50 sts

A crochet mitten in progress, crocheted from finger tips to wrist, ready for the ribbed cuff to be added.

Continue to cuff (do not fasten off)

Cuff

Round 1 (WS): 1sc in next 2 sts, sc2tog twice, 1sc in each st to end, ss to top of first st, do not turn. 48 sts

Move to work at right angles to Round 1

Ch11

Row 1(WS): 1hdc in second ch from hook and next 9 ch, ss into first 3 sts on Round 1, turn. 10 hdc and 3 ss

Row 2 (RS): Do not chain, sk 3 ss, 1hdc front 3rd lp of next 10 hdc, turn. 10 hdc

Row 3: Ch1, 1hdc front 3rd lp of next 10 hdc, ss into next 3 sts on Round 1, turn. 10  hdc and 3 ss

Rep Rows 2 and 3 around the cuff finishing on a WS row (you may need to ss into 2 or 4 sts on Round 1 to finish the cuff).

A process image of crochet ribbing in pink yarn being added to a crochet mitten.

To join on RS; ss into front 3rd loop of hdc and back loop of starting chain, joining the two edges of the cuff.

Fasten off, sew in ends

A hand resting on a white background wearing a pink crocheted mitten with torrent stripes over the fingers and thumb

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