Crochet baby mittens are a great way to use up yarn scraps left from other projects and most are
easy crochet patterns, and because baby mittens don't use very much yarn a little goes a long way in making a number of pairs. We as adults tend to forget sometimes that mittens do more than just keep a baby's hands warm in cold weather - they also help to protect a child's hands when they thrash around and prevent babies from scratching themselves. The best part of making crochet baby mittens is that they can be adjusted by a few stitches here and there to fit any baby perfectly, and another mitten can be made easily if one should be lost or stained beyond the point of being cleaned.
Baby Mittens - At http://mycrochetstuff.blogspot.com/2005/05/baby-mittens-free-pattern.html you'll discover one of the prettiest free crochet patterns around for a wonderful pair of baby mittens.
Baby Scratch Mitts - This cute pattern will keep baby's hands warm while keeping them from scratching themselves, found at
Fraternal Stripes Baby Mitts - At http://suzies-yarnie-stuff.blogspot.com/2009/12/suzies-fraternal-stripes-baby-mitts.html you'll find a neat pattern that uses color in an amazing way.
Infant's Thumbless Mittens - These mittens are quite unique in their design, but very nice - found at http://www.karensvariety.com/NEWSLETTER/Patterns/ThumblessMittens.htm
Baby Shell Mittens - This is for a very pretty pair of crocheted mittens that look quite fashionable, available at http://www.christinassunshinehaven.com/Baby_Items/baby_shell_mittens.htm