Gloves & Mittens

Flip Top Mitts

In this video, I run through the techniques used in these flip top mitts, designed by Vanessa Ewing. In the intro of the video I say that the sizes are all for adults, that was a mistake! The smallest size is for toddlers! You can see the kits; which include the pattern, yarn, and buttons […]

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Twilight Mittens

Many thanks to Mountain Meadow Wool for being so kind and patient with us during quarantine, as we shoot videos from the Shutdown Studio! The kit from Mountain Meadow Wool comes with two colors of yarn, your needles, and the pattern. Visit their website to see the kits. You can get this pattern on its […]

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Adding Plastic Snaps to Your Knitting

In this video I demonstrate how to add plastic snaps to your knitting, specifically, adding snaps to convertible mitts. My Knock Knock Convertible Mitts tutorial can be found here. The snaps I used are Kam Snaps, I got my kit here on Amazon.

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Knock Knock Convertible Mitts

Another use for sock yarn…I’ll bet you have some yarn handy for these mitts! This is an intermediate pattern and three-part video tutorial. The pattern includes instructions for either an “open” or “closed” thumb. Sizes: Small/Medium and Medium/Large (they are very stretchy…you can see in the video that both sizes actually fit me. S/M will […]

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Doppelt Hat and Mitts

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: […]

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Thrummed 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.

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