Dragon Mitts

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Dragon Mitts Pattern


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Knitting: Dragon Mitts
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Pattern Details:

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Skill Level:

intermediate skill level requirement Advanced

Basic Skills Necessary:

  • crossed stitches
  • twisted stitches
  • colour knitting
  • Despite this being knitted flat, it requires some skill and concentration, as you will need to combine crossed stitches with eg buttonholes or colour knitting

Pattern Description:

A fingerless mitten pattern with super-flexible sizing, funky colours, and a great opportunity to show off your favourite buttons. The mittens are knitted flat, and then wrapped around the arm. The location of the buttons determine the size. For the thumb, instructions are given for either knitting flat, or in the round. Crossed and twisted stitches provide the necessary elasticity to keep the mittens in place and prevent them from sagging.

The pattern provides detailed instructions (9 pages) with illustrations.


30 sts, 42 rows = 10x10cm / 4x4" in st st
31 sts, 43 rows = 10x10cm / 4x4" in main pattern (rs rows: ktbl, ws rows: p)

Sizing / Finished Measurements:

  • Very flexible sizing: The mittens will fit up to about 22cm (8 1/2") hand circumference, 20cm (8") wrist circumference, and 27cm (10 1/2") arm circumference at about 12cm


  • Fingering weight yarn, such as Regia 4-ply: 50g (210m/230 yards) each of one variegated and one solid colour (in picture: #5558 mosaik papagei color and #1988 lavender)
  • 2.5mm/US size 1 1/2 needles for knitting flat
  • Optional: 2.5mm/US size 1 1/2 dpns, if thumb is to be knitted in the round
  • 2 stitch markers
  • 1 tapestry needle

You Will Also Need:

  • 18 buttons, approximately 13mm in diameter

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I just love knitting gloves: once you get to the fingers there are so few stitches per round, that another finger is finished in what seems no time at all - giving you a constant sense of achievement!

My knitting patterns provide very detailed instructions. Apart from the very few designs in which the two gloves/mittens are knitted exactly identical, my patterns always include instructions for ...

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