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Fingerless Mittens ~ Plain or Fancy


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These are easy to knit Fingerless Mittens. They are practical, stylish, soft, and stretchy. You can type, turn the pages of a book, unlock a door, etc. while wearing chic mittens! This pattern comes in 4 sizes, and 2 lengths per size - make them for everyone you know! The mitten pattern is 5 pages long with several instructional photos and yarn suggestions. Attached is a BONUS pattern for Fancy Appliques. JAZZ up your mittens! The bonus pattern is 4 pages of Flowers, Butterflies, Leaves, and Lady Bugs. You can make a gazillion different combinations - something for everyone. You will have fun with these patterns! BASIC SKILLS NECESSARY Knit & Purl for the Mittens. SSK, K2tog, M1, for the Fancy Appliques GAUGE 6 sts = 2" 9/10 rows = 2" SIZING / FINISHED MEASUREMENTS 4 Sizes: Adult XS (Child Medium), Adult SM (Child Large), Adult Medium (Women's), Adult Large (Men's Medium). Two lengths for each size: 'Regular' at-the-knuckles' length, and 'Long' - almost to the end of the little finger. SUGGESTED YARN 60 yards of Worsted weight

Recommended with this pattern

  • Worsted Weight Yarn and a Novelty Yarn - all mittens are knit with two strands of yarn together, double pointed needles (depending on Mitten size):Size US 8, 9, or 10. Fancy Appliques 2 Size US 3 double pointed needles. Darning needle.
  • Fancy Appliques are all knit or sewn in Worsted Weight Yarn.

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