Wonderland Mittens
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Wonderland Mittens

4.33 out of 5 based on 3 customer ratings
(3 customer reviews)

$4.00

Keep your family warm this winter with some custom made Wonderland Mittens.

This is the perfect scrap buster and can be made with just about any fabric with at least 15% stretch.

Product Description

There are 11 sizes included which will fit toddlers through adults.
Each of the 11 sizes are on individual layers– print only the size(s) you need.

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PDF patterns cannot be returned or refunded.
This pattern is designed by Stitch Upon a Time. All of our patterns are hand-drafted and then scanned and digitized into professional quality PDF Patterns.
All designs are copyrighted 2015, all rights reserved.
Please do not share this pattern with others, printed or digitally.
Items handmade using this pattern can be sold. Design credit to Stitch Upon a Time appreciated.

3 reviews for Wonderland Mittens

  1. 5 out of 5

    :

    Lots of sizes and easy to sew mittens! What I love the most though, it that they are lined which makes them warmer than other mittens! Great for using up small pieces of fabric too.

  2. 5 out of 5

    (verified owner):

    I tried a free tutorial for mittens, and ended up with something that no human hand could possibly fit into.

    I was so happy to come across this pattern! With three little kids, we lose mittens faster than rabbits reproduce.

    Enter this pattern; The angels were singing as I sewed up pair after pair of these adorable little mittens! So fast to cut out and sew! The little pairs used up all my tiny fleece scraps! Teachers and relatives were gifted warm hands for Christmas….

    Thank you, SUAT!

  3. 3 out of 5

    (verified owner):

    I’m really surprised at this pattern. I am usually really happy to pay generously for patterns but honestly, I am disappointed. I was expecting a set-in thumb. This is a flat outline of a hand. I have made many mittens like this by just tracing the person’s hand, or asking for a wrist-to-finger measurement from the recipient. I saw the pictures were a flat mitten but I figured there must be other options. Anyway. It’s a great pattern for what it is, but I had high hopes for professional-looking mittens since it is coming from such a great designer. <3

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