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Children's Gloves and Mittens

Knit some gloves and mittens for your child.

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Orange Striped Toddler Mittens

"Make your own children's mittens! These mittens are a super quick knit,… More

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Boy's Cap and Gloves

Keep little Mikey warm this winter with gloves and matching cap. This… More

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Top Down Big Kids' Mittens

This beautiful rainbow-colored knit mitten pattern is perfect for your… More

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Bev's 2 Needle Knit Mittens for Kids

Keep your children's hands warm this winter with mittens. Use this free… More

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Children's Two Needle Mittens

Give your children a great vintage pair of gloves they'll love wearing all… More

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Baby Mitts

These sweet little Baby Mitts will keep your baby's hands warm and stop… More

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Serendipity Mittens

Make your special little guy or girl a pair of these Serendipity Mittens… More

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Garter Stitch Striped Baby Mitts

It seems like everything is cuter in miniature form, and these precious… More

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Striped Toddler Mittens

The only thing cuter than tiny toddler fingers are those kept warm by tiny… More

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Easy Two Needle Children's Mittens

Looking for a way to keep your kiddos warn and use up some of your scrap… More

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