Crazy Hands Knitting

Super Bulky Toddler Knit Mittens Pattern

Knitting materials and knitting tools:

<> Double-pointed knitting needles 9 (US 13/UK 00). You can use circular needles and magic loop method.

<> Lion Brand Wool, Ease Thick & Quick – 20% wool, 80% acrylic. Color of your choice.

<> Tapestry needle or hook, scissors.

Super bulky toddler knitting mittens size:

Hand circumference: perfectly fit 12-13 cm

Gauge: 10 stitches in = 4 inches in stockinette

Common abbreviations of knitting stitches:

K – knit

P – purl

Pm – place marker

skpo - Slip, Knit, Pass Over: Slip one stitch to the right needle knitwise, knit in the next stitch and drop this stitch off the left needle, insert the left needle into the slipped stitch, pass it over the knit stitch and it's done.

K2tog – knit two together

M1L – make one left increase: make 1 left: pick up bar bringing left hand needle from the front to the back, then knit the bar through the back loop

M1R – make one right increase: pick up bar bringing left hand needle from the back to the front, then knit the bar through the front loop

Inc – increase: cast on stitch

Knitting cuff of the super bulky toddler mittens:

Cast on 12 stitches. Join to knit in the round. Rib k1, p1 for 6 rounds.

Round 7-9: work rounds in stockinette stitch.

How to knit gusset section of knit super bulky toddler mittens:

Round 10: k5, pm, M1R, k1, M1L, pm, k6

Round 11: knit in stockinette stitch.

Round 12: k5, pm, M1R, k3, M1L, pm, k6

Round 13: knit in stockinette stitch.

Round 14: k5, inc 1 (to replace the original 1 stitch that we used in the thumb gusset), place next 5 sts on a stitch holder or to a scrap yarn, k6

Rounds 15-19: work rounds in stockinette stitch

Shaping top of the knit super bulky toddler mittens:

Round 20: [skpo, k2, k2tog] – repeat twice

Round 21: [skpo, k2tog] – repeat twice

Cut the yarn, leaving 10-15 cm tail. Pull yarn through remaining 4 stitches. Pull the hole tight and weave in.

Knitting the thumb of the stockinette stitch mittens:

Pick up 5 stitches from the stitch holder and pick up and knit 1 more stitch

around the gap to have in total 6. Do not worry you might have some holes

that we are going to sew later.

Rounds 1-4: work rounds in stockinette stitch

Round 5: [k2tog] – 3 times

Cut the yarn, leaving 10-15 cm tail. Pull yarn through remaining 3 stitches. Pull

the hole tight and weave in.

Use tail from where you have attached yarn and sew all gaps.

Find Family Bulky Mittens set here.

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7 comments
Maryjean Tocco 14th July 2020 at 19:52

I’m a beginner mitten knitter. I found the directions for the gusset confusing. My markers and where I was to put stitches on holder were different. Please advise. I have been slipping the marker each row. Should I have been removing and pM where told? Also…size 10 for the hand is to narrow. I did not see to use anther size after cuff. For us newbies I think we need more explanation. Thx

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Knitting Guru 15th July 2020 at 06:14

Hi Maryjean. I know it can be hard if you are just beginner that is why I have made video tutorial that you can follow. Find it after abbreviation section. It is correct to slip markers where it is written PM. You can remove thumb markers in 14th Round. If you are tight knitter take 10 mm knitting needles. Usually 9 mm and super bulky yarn works perfectly together. Let me know if you have other questions.

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Maryjean Tocco 15th July 2020 at 17:38

Thanks..I’ve figured it out, I think. Lol. I’m on my 3 rd mitten. Honestly I’m thrilled you responded. Yes…I will check out the tutorial.. Thanks so much. I’m Using 10 for cast and 13 for mitten hand and 10 for thumb. I’m not a real tight knitter. I had to relax…at 18 I got OA in my thumbs. I started really knitting about a year ago. I Can knit for days. I’m 70. MJ

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Knitting Guru 19th July 2020 at 09:31

Wow 70! Thanks for your comment, I will be happy to help more. I am working on other sizes now, hopefully will finish them soon.

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Maryjean Tocco 20th July 2020 at 20:41

Great. Can’t wait. I started a mitten..did a side Ssk and knit 2 together decrease. It was perfect…but I can’t duplicate it. Hard to keep which pattern…have too many socks on 9” shorties, while I’m trying to relearn dpns. Anyway thanks again…once it clicks I wonder why I didn’t get it. MJ🤪

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Maryjean Tocco 20th July 2020 at 20:52

I forgot to say the mittens turned out great.mJ

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Knitting Guru 21st July 2020 at 22:23

Thank you Maryjean, hope your grand daughter will enjoy them 🙂

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