Unbreakable Vow pattern by Ann Kingstone
These fingerless mitts are a quick and easy knit. They are also a great project for learning and practicing one-row buttonhole and three-needle bind-off methods. The pattern guides the knitter step-by step through these methods.
Give 'Em the Slip Mitts
Give ‘Em the Slip Mitts use less than a skein of Malabrigo Merino or your favorite worsted weight yarn. The pattern uses an easy slip-stitch pattern to create faux cables. No cable needle required!
Vector Mittens pattern by Kimberly Voisin
The strong directional quality of these mittens will complement any winter jacket. The personality of the chevron pattern changes dramatically based on color choice. Choose lighter hues for a subtle design or bold contrasting colors for more personality. This set is ideal for knitters venturing into stranded colorwork as it only uses 2 colors and the floats are short. Two skeins of Quince and Co. Chickadee in coordinating colors will make these mittens with lots left over to knit a…
Green Tea with Honey
The delicate lace and green-gold color of these mitts are reminiscent of a steaming cup of pale green tea laced with honey. Like the short steeping time of a high quality green tea, these mitts are super quick to knit.
From the back they might just seem like stripy mittens, but peek at your palms and you’ll find two little gnomes looking back at you! Available in four sizes, these gnomes will keep everyone in your family warm and entertained.
Lady and Earl Grey Mitts
These versatile DK weight mitts provide just the right amount of warmth for your hands during transitional seasons. The Lady Grey mitts have an eyelet rib to add a pretty element, while the Earl Grey version uses purl bumps to keep a more masculine feel. There are three sizes offered to fit a range of hands, making these mitts perfect for gifting or keeping as a special project for you.
Beeswax Mitts pattern by Amy van de Laar
The Beeswax Mitts are a pair of cosy, cabled hand-warmers, completing the set of Beeswax Hat, Cowl, and Mitts. They all feature the same double-layered honeycomb pattern, flowing naturally into and out of the ribbing. The stretchy stitch patterns help ensure a good fit, and the shaping around the thumbs blends into the surrounding honeycomb.