Paw Patrol Crochet Mittens
Make your set complete with a cute pair of Paw Patrol crochet mittens! Enjoy the free pattern! Toddler and child sizes.
Purchase all the Paw Patrol hat & mitten sets in my Ravelry store HERE.
- Medium worsted weight yarn in your pup’s color
- Small amount of brown yarn for paw pads
- Hook size: I, 5.5 mm
- Blunt needle
sc- single crochet
sc2tog- single crochet 2 together
sl st- slip stitch
Toddler size, child size is in ( )
For the cuff:
Ch 8 (9)
Row 1-14 (1-16): Sc in back loops, ch 1, turn.
Fold in half and sl st ends together through both loops.
Right and left mitten:
Row 1: Ch 1, evenly space 18 (20) sc around (18, 20).
*Continue to work in the round, add stitch marker here to keep track of rows.*
Row 2: sc 10, 2 sc, sc, 2 sc, 5 (7) sc (20, 22).
Row 3: sc 10, 2 sc, sc, 2sc, 7 (9) sc (22, 24).
Row 4: sc 10, 2 sc, sc, 2 sc, 9 (11) sc (24, 26).
Row 5: sc 10, 2 sc, sc, 2 sc, 11 (13) sc (26, 28).
Row 6: sc 10, 2 sc, sc, 2 sc, 13 (15) sc (28, 30).
Row 7: sc 8, skip 8 sts (for thumb), sc 12 (14) (20, 22).
Row 8-13 : sc in each st around (20, 22).
Row 14: sc2tog, sc 2, repeat around.
Row 15: sc2tog, sc, repeat around. Keep repeating until you have 5 sts left. Fasten off. Weave in end so there are no gaps, fasten off on inside.
Insert hook in first and last st of the 8 sc sts and pull up a lp.
Row 1: Ch 1, sc in 8 sts around, join (8).
*You will continue to work in the round.*
Row 2-4: sc in each st (8).
Row 5: Sc2tog 4 times, fasten off and weave in end. Turn thumb inside out and fasten off on inside with blunt needle.
Paw pad (with black yarn):
Small pads (make 8):
Magic circle, ch 1, 5 sc in circle, sl st to join and fasten off leaving long enough tail to sew on.
Large pads (make 2):
Magic circle, ch 2, 10 dc in circle, sl st to join and fasten off leaving long enough tail to sew on.
Arrange on mitten and sew on. Make sure not to sew through the mitten. Weave in all ends.
Weave in all ends.
You’re done! Enjoy!
Sheila Pikkert says
Thankyou very much for these hat and mitt patterns of paw patrol, my great-grand kids, just love them. I also made some up for the Christmas tree in the mall for free gifts to kids that need them, I hope they enjoy them. Thankyou again
Laura Wilson says
That’s great to hear! You’re very welcome. I’m glad you enjoyed the pattern 🙂
Thank you SO much for the hat and mitten patterns!! My grandkids can’t wait!! Do you by chance have a hat and mitten pattern for “Tracker”?? That’s what my Granddaughter named her Chiweenie dog – that lives with Granny to take care of her .. (me)
This is so cute. I’m a beginner at crochet and just made my baby a winter hat, now I’m working on mittens. I’m confused by the instructions and was wondering if you could clarify. For the mitten rows, for example:
Row 2: sc 10, 2 sc, sc, 2 sc, 5 (7) sc (20, 22)
I don’t understand why it has all the separate single crochets separated by commas. Why doesn’t it just say ‘sc 20’, because all the single crochets in row 2 add up to 20. Also, sometimes it is listed as sc followed by the number, but sometimes the number comes before sc.
Like I said, I’m a beginner just learning to read patterns. Thank you so much for sharing this pattern and I hope you don’t mind explaining!
Laura Wilson says
The numbers in ( ) are for different sizes. In row 2 the final stitch count is 20 for the smaller size and 22 for the larger. When the number comes after sc it means to do that amount of single crochets. So sc 10 would mean to single crochet the next 10 sts. If the number comes before it means to do that many stitches in the same stitch. So 2 sc would mean to do 2 single crochets in the same stitch. I hope this makes sense, let me know if you have any other questions, thanks!
Got it! Thank you so much!