Atwater Mittens

from Addiesma Designs

Atwater Mittens Pattern


PDF Digital Download

Have you made this pattern?
Share with the Craftsy community.

Knitting: Atwater Mittens
rollover image to zoom

Pattern Details:

Pattern Details






Women, Men, Girls, Boys



Skill Level:

medium skill level requirement Intermediate

Basic Skills Necessary:

  • knitting in the round
  • purling
  • using waste yarn to hold stitches
  • kitchener stitch to graft
  • increases and decreases

Pattern Description:

Atwater Mittens are toasty, slim fitting little mitts with some simple colorwork. They are named for the Milwaukee beach where my husband proposed, and I happily accepted.

A great beginner colorwork pattern, which includes both written and charted instructions for working stitch pattern.

x-small (small, medium, large) or child (teen/adult S, adult M, adult L)
To fit palm circumference: Note-these mitts are slim fitting, so if you are in between sizes, size up.
5-5.5 (6-6.5, 7-7.5, 7.5-8+) inches 13-14 (15-16.5, 18-19, 19-20.5+) cm

Yarn Requirements:

Color A - 60 (100, 125, 150) yds 55 (91, 114, 137) m
Color B - 25 (40, 65, 75) yds 23 (37, 60, 69) m


10 stitches and 14 rows = 2 inches in stockinette in the round

Sizing / Finished Measurements:

  • see notes/description for details


  • worsted weight yarn (see yardage in description)
  • US 8 - 5.0 mm needles in chosen type for knitting in the round
  • stitch markers
  • tapestry needle

Preferred Brand/Yarn:

Malabrigo Worsted (100% Merino) or Malabrigo Rios

About Designer

About Designer

saragresbach on

I've always loved to create. After becoming a mom, my creations have taken a new direction. My passion for color and love of nature that used to develop into paintings has transformed into a more functional, and less messy, form....fiber. Inspired by my loved ones, I now design and create little treasures to make life a tad more colorful and interesting. If you want to know more, check out my ...

Read More »

Other popular patterns:

View all Knitting patterns »