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Knit a Pair of Texting Mitts

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Improve your texting in cold climates with these thumbless mittens. More than just a pair of fingerless gloves, these keep your hands warm and only expose your thumbs when needed. The thumb pocket is sewn on and the flap is secured at the base of the palm with Velcro for easy access. The flap hangs in the back out of the way to enable your texting abilities. Plan on using your thumbs for a while? Then simply tuck the flap into the thumb pocket. The sizes are each written separately as each size is a bit different in row and stitch counts. Click the size you want in the table of contents and it will take you to the correct point in the pattern. Medium fits the average lady's hand, large for men, and small for pre-teens. Looking at this pattern on your mobile device? You can open this download with the Adobe Reader app. And the best part - the app is free ;-) Like all my patterns, the purchase of this pattern allows you to make and sell any mittens that you make. You may not sell or redistribute this pattern in any way. BASIC SKILLS NECESSARY basic knitting stitches how to knit with double pointed needles GAUGE 10 stitches = 2 inches 13 rows = 2 inches

Recommended with this pattern

  • stitch holder
  • yarn (average ball of yarn will do)
  • set of 4 size 7 (4.5 mm) double pointed needles

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KweenBee
KweenBee
I started selling online a few years back just to see if anyone would actually buy anything I made. They did and I haven't looked back since. After years of selling finished products, I expanded into writing patterns with my ultimate goal to have a "real" book published of my slipper patterns. Currently, I sell my patterns through a number of craft sites and through all the other major publishers like Amazon, Barnes & Noble, iBookstore, and the like, so I'm definitely on my way to making my dream a reality.