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Elemental Master & Flying Buffalo mitts || Crochet Pattern


This listing is for a CROCHET PATTERN ONLY, not the finished product


Whether you wish to become the beloved Avatar, the wise councilman, or the rambunctious fart-bender, these mitts will transform you into a rare bender of elements. Stylish and fitted, they will let you master the etherial element and meditate on Temple Island in comfort.

Always wanted to fly high across the skies of the Air Temples? These mitts will not give you the power of flight, but they will bring you one step closer to becoming a flying buffalo. Stylish and fitted, they will keep you cozy and comfy during those long voyages to and from the Fire Kingdom.

Mitts patterns are mirror images and have separate instructions for the right and left.

LEVEL: Easy (basic stitches, working in the round, simple color changes, and simple shaping and finishing)

HOOK SIZE: G/6 (4.25mm)


YARN: Worsted weight

SIZE: Measure around your dominant hand just below the knuckles, and from tip of middle finger to base of the palm
Infant - 4.5 to 5" around, 5.0" long
Toddler - 5 to 5.5" around, 5.5" long
Junior - 5.5 to 6.5" around, 6.5" long
Small - 6.5 to 7.5" around, 7.0" long
Medium - 7.5 to 8.5" around, 7.5" long
Large - 8.5 to 9.5" around, 8.0" long

The size and shape of the arrow may vary between sizes and may not be exactly as shown in pictures. 

This pattern is available for download as soon as payment is confirmed. If you have difficulties downloading it, please contact us and we will email it to you. 

This pattern is non-refundable and non-exchangeable. However, you may contact us if you have any questions or difficulties creating this project, and we will assist you to the best of our abilities. 

This original design is property of Level Up Nerd Apparel and is meant for personal use only. The pattern is not to be distributed for free or for money in any format without permission. Items created from this pattern are not to be sold without permission.

Elemental Master & Flying Buffalo mitts || Crochet Pattern

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