These mitts are worked in garter stitch on the bias, which is emphasized by a yarn that slowly changes colors. The thumb gusset is cleverly integrated into the design. This pair is easy to knit with just one challenge: the stitches from the cast-on and the last row are joined by grafting in garter pattern. Fear not, the instructions tell you how to do it! Besides this, you need to know how to knit, increase and decrease. This is also a great pattern to use up your sock yarn scraps.
34 stitches and 72 rows = 4 inches in garter stitch
Crafting since childhood, I mostly knit but I also enjoy sewing and spinning. Sometimes I do stuff like crochet, cross stitching, bobbin lace or tatting.