Pattern Download

Monkey Mittens Knitting Pattern

$5.50

Skill Level

Beginner

What You Get

  • 1 digital pattern (instant download)
  • Free Pattern Updates

How it works

  • This pattern was designed by a Craftsy independent design partner!
  • You'll purchase through PayPal and all profits go to the designer.
  • After purchase find your pattern in your pattern library.

PATTERN DETAILS

Do you like Sock Monkeys? Does someone you know need a little Sock Monkey love? - here is your answer! This 5 page pattern, with 20 instructional photos, will show you how to knit a wonderful pair of Monkey Mittens. Knit with worsted weight yarn in 'traditional' Sock Monkey colors as shown here, or try your own colors - any worsted weight yarn will do. Here's what knitters have said about my pattern: "The pattern is extremely well written in an easy to follow organized manner." "Very well presented pattern." BASIC SKILLS NECESSARY Basic Knitting skills of Knit & Purl stitches. Adding & decreasing stitches (descriptions are in the pattern). Using double pointed needles - no side seams! Sewing in Duplicate Stitch (description and photos are in the pattern). GAUGE Body: 9 sts = 2", 15 rows = 2" Cuff: 10-12 sts = 2", 14 rows = 2" SIZING / FINISHED MEASUREMENTS Two sizes: 3-4 year old, 5-6 year old.

Supplies Needed

  • Double pointed needles in sizes: 3 & 5. Worsted weight yarn. Total yardage for larger size: 155 yds. No more than 49 yds. per color. Use yarns suggested in pattern (Peace Fleece & Wool-Ease) or any worsted weight yarn you have on hand. Make in 'traditional' Sock Monkey colors - or in colors of your choice.
  • Darning needle.

Sold by

SnowDayArtist
I am very much a visual learner, and color is the most important art element to me. I always notice color first. I am an elementary school Visual Arts teacher, K-8. I paint, illustrate, knit, and design knitting patterns in my free time. There in lies the reason I call myself "Snow Day Artist" - I'm always looking for 'free time'. My studio is in a 200 year old farm house I share with my husband, and there's always a few chickens roaming the yard. I have a quirky streak that comes out in my knitting and illustrating, it's a fun world to live in. You might check out my blog here: http://snowdayartist.blogspot.com/