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The Slouchy Beret & Fingerless Mittens

from CreatiKnit Fashion Designs
(6) Name: 'Knitting : The Slouchy Beret & Fingerless Mittens
The Slouchy Beret & Fingerless Mittens
The Slouchy Beret & Fingerless Mittens
The Slouchy Beret & Fingerless Mittens
The Slouchy Beret & Fingerless Mittens
The Slouchy Beret & Fingerless Mittens

Basic Skills Necessary:

  • knit
  • purl
  • K2TOG (knit two stitches together at the same time)
  • KFB (knit into the front and back of the same stitch)
  • Knit in the round.

Pattern Description:

Style & texture make this a fun and unique project!

Knitting pattern includes detailed instructions for slouchy beret & pair of fingerless mittens in sizes:
(toddler 24-48 months)(child 5-10 years)(adult)

Use the berries and cream colors outlined in the pattern or choose a combination all your own!

Uses any super bulky yarn and US11(8.0mm) circular knitting needles & DPN.


*Very basic yarn color carrying knowledge needed.

(c)CreatiKnit
Pattern is the sole and express property of CreatiKnit. This original pattern is for personal use only and it or products made from this pattern may not be used for resale. May not be duplicated or reproduced without express permission from CreatiKnit.com.

Gauge:

11 stitches = 4 inches in stockinette stitch on US11 (8.0mm) knitting needles.

Sizing / Finished Measurements:

  • (24-48mos)(5-10yrs)(Teen/Adult)

Materials:

  • Super bulky yarn in 3 colors - (140-160 yards/128-146 meters) Total
  • US11 (8.0mm) - 16" length circular knitting needles
  • US11 (8.0mm) DPN

You Will Also Need:

  • row counter
  • stitch marker
  • tapestry needle
  • scissors

Suggested yarn:

160 yards of Bulky weight

Preferred Brand/Yarn:

Lion Brand - Wool Ease Thick & Quick Super bulky yarn
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$5.50

Beginner
Knitting
Accessory
Women, Girls, Infant/Baby
Mittens
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Before I learned to knit or crochet, I remember seeing handmade garments and thinking to myself: "I could never do that...it is way too complicated!"

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