This pattern is designed for use with 1(1, 1, 1) skein of our Luster Merino Tencel Worsted Weight yarn in colorway: Jack Frost. Choose any colorway you like, though, and opt for any worsted weight yarn here.
SIZES: Child Small (Child Large, Teen/Women, Men)/finished circumference 5" (6", 7", 8"). Length adjustable to preference. Each size of this pattern is easily adjustable for both length and width. If you need wider mittens, CO sts in a multiple of 2 (keeping in mind that this will affect how you decrease at the top of the mitten). If you need longer or shorter mittens, knit to your desired length before working the decrease rnds. You should leave about 1"-1.5" of room to work the decrease rnds, depending on what size you choose to knit. Samples shown have a finished length of 4.5" (6", 8.5", 9.5") from cuff to fingertip. You can add or subtract cuff rnds as preferred. Modeled in size: Teen/Women.
NEEDLES: US size 8 (5.0 mm) in 9" circular, long circular for Magic Loop, and/or DPNs
Notes from the Designer:
•Winter is coming and you need to keep your hands warm! Whip up a pair of these quick and easy mittens over an almond latte (or your coffee of choice) and keep winter at bay while keeping your hands nice and cozy.
•Sized for the whole family and easily adjustable, so you're sure to find your perfect fit!
•Need a last-minute gift that is quick to work up and uses just 1 skein of yarn? Here ya go!
Designed by Emily Walton
You'll receive a digital file only (instantly downloadable as a PDF) and won't be shipped anything. Please allow a few minutes for the download link to be emailed to you. If the email doesn't arrive within a few minutes, just log into your account on our site and you'll see your Completed Orders. From there, you'll find the download link.
Enjoy your snuggly mittens!
Too Cute, great mittens!
These look super fun to knit!
Can't wait to knit my first mittens :)
This was my first attempt at mittens &I am very pleased with the results. The directions are very clear & I had no problems following them.
These are beautiful mittens
My first knitting project when I learned to kbit at 10 years old was mittens. I love that this pattern has a unique cuff and is sized for all family members.
Great patterns of lovely mittens
I have not had a chance to knit a pair yet but I love your patterns.
I thoroughly enjoyed knitting this pattern!! Easy-to-follow directions. I made mine with Eggnog Dewy EFA yarn, and they are gorgeous!! Thank you for all of the patterns that you offer on your page.
this is the first pattern I was taught as a child, and lost I was so happy to find this pattern still works , I was overjoyed to find it again
THIS IS GOING TO BE JUST BEAUTIFUL
I just love the patterns from Chandi, they are easy to read & follow. Her Yarn pictures fill me with a warmth, like going to my favorite art shop. Thank you.