Emmalie Mittens

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Emmalie Mittens Pattern


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Pattern Details:

Pattern Details

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Women, Men, Girls, Boys



Skill Level:

medium skill level requirement Intermediate

Basic Skills Necessary:

  • Knit flat
  • Seed stitch
  • Knit and purl

Pattern Description:

Emmalie is a fingerless pair of mittens designed to keep you warm, but your fingers free to move around. The spiral texture design is surrounded on the top and bottom with a simple seed stitch that allows for stretch and comfort. Knitted flat, they work up in a flash and the pattern includes instructions for adjusting the length to your preference. Wear the Emmalie mittens with a coat or as an accessory to your outfit. With two sizes available, you can make them for all of your friends!


4.5 sts / 6 rows over Spiral Pattern = 1 inch

Sizing / Finished Measurements:

  • Adult S/M (Adult L/XL) Finished Circumference: 6.5 (8.5) inches To Fit: 6-7.5 (8-9.5) inch hand circumference Length: 9 (10) inches (but pattern provides instructions for customizing to make shorter or longer mitts, as desired)


  • 200 yards of worsted weight yarn
  • US 7 needle (or size needed to get gauge)

You Will Also Need:

  • Row counter
  • Safety pin
  • Scissors
  • Tapestry needle

Suggested yarn:

200 yards of Worsted weight

Preferred Brand/Yarn:

Berroco Vintage



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