On the other hand, I didn't want to bore you (and myself for that matter) with another single crochet all around. I decided to give my project some texture by mimicking a knitted seed stitch. Here is what i got.
Since I already imitate a knitting stitch, my project should be as close to a knitted one as possible. Here is what I made.
As you can see the pointy top of the mittens is traditional for Norwegian patterns. I didn't work it by equally decreasing the number of stitches, but used the knitting method: decreasing 4 stitches at 2 specific points on the left and right side of the mitten every other row with the same number of stitches in between those points.
It shows better on this picture, modeled by my cat Sally.
The ribbing is traditional single crochet through the back loop.
This stitch would look great on a cowl, leg- or hand-warmers and a hat. Basically anything that can be worked in a round.
Yarn--1 ball of Feederbrook Farm Bluefaced Leicester Wool