I named this pattern “Doppelt”, which means “double” in German – it is a double-warm hat, and two hats in one. The free pattern includes links to a three-part video tutorial (below) and a bonus mitts pattern. Size: Women’s average (for a slightly larger or smaller fit, use a larger or smaller needle size) Needles: […]Check This Out
Gloves & Mittens
Thrummed mittens are about the warmest thing you can wear on your hands. Sized for kids, women, and men, pattern + 4-part video tutorial.Check This Out
Sized for men and women, pattern includes written instructions and cable chart, and 4-part video tutorial.Check This Out
Stylish fingerless mitts using sock yarn. Free pattern + video tutorial.Check This Out
These fingerless gloves are knit side-to-side, with a picot edge around the hand, and the thumb openings.
Free pattern + five-part video tutorial.Check This Out
Whether you have experience using double-pointed needles or not, you can knit these fingerless mitts!
Free pattern + links to a 4-part video tutorial.Check This Out
This pattern is for a warm pair of thick gloves. We use size 3 US needles and worsted weight yarn to make learning the techniques easier. After you’ve worked through this pattern, it will be no problem to move on to other, more complicated patterns that use smaller needles and thinner yarn, to make more delicate gloves.
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Basic mittens are quick and fun to knit, and are full of skill-building techniques you’ll use in tons of other patterns you knit.
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Fingerless GLOVES, not mittens – don’t be fooled! Fingerless gloves are a much better fit. They lovingly wrap and cuddle each finger, so that there is no unfortunate gaping around the hand.
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Yarn: Mission Falls 1824 Cotton
Needles: Size US 7
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