Fleece mittens for baby hands Keep tiny fingers extra warm with fleece mittens in just their size. By Anna Hobbs Do you love crafts? Sign up for CanadianLiving.com's craft newsletter, Get Crafty.Elasticized wrists and two layers of fleece make these mittens extra cosy. From just .20 m of 150 m wide fleece, you can make 3 pairs.From 100 x 10 cm (39-3/8- x 4-in) piece of double-sided synthetic fleece, cut 8 mitten pieces, using pattern (click here for pattern).From .30 m of 6 mm (1/4-in) wide elastic, cut 4 equal lengths. Stretching elastic to fit length and using wide machine zigzag, stitch elastic to wrong side of 4 mitten pieces (outer mitts) where indicated by broken line. With edges even, sew mitten pieces together in pairs to make 2 outer mitts and 2 linings, using 6 mm (1/4-in) seam allowance and leaving bottom edges open. Turn outer mitts right side out; leave linings wrong side out.Trim seam allowance to 3 mm (1/8 in). Push 1 lining into each outer mitt so bottom edges are even; pin, then topstitch, machine-zigzag or serge around bottom edge.