Easy fingerless mitts that even the most beginning knitter can make! If you can cast-on, knit, purl, and bind-off, this pattern will teach you anything else you need to know to make these mitts! Five sizes and lots of mix and match options. No two pairs need ever be the same!
In simple, step-by-step instructions with pictures and bonus charts.
5 sizes, 3 wrist options, 5 stitch patterns, 3 increase options, many color options.
Also: Knitting in the Round, Tips for Cast-on and Bind-off, color changes and more.
This pattern is a teaching pattern. It is intended for beginning knitters to try something a little harder. The tips and pictures included will help you tackle a few new skills while making a small, easy project. There are several options along the way that will allow you to design as you learn!
17st x 22rows = 4inches.
180 yards of Worsted weight
|Women, Men, Girls, Boys, Infant/Baby|
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I love animals. And crochet. And vegetables. And gardening. And knitting, though I am not very good at it. And genetics. And history, classic literature, teas, my dogs and cats, my kids, my grandbaby, and showing people how to make things. I appreciate all pattern purchases as they keep me in yarn! Yay!View all patterns by designer (46) »