Gloves and Mittens

Keep warm with patterns for easy knitting mittens, gloves, wrist warmers and more.


Rebecca Mitts

Rebecca Mitts are perfect for enjoying your favorite cup of hot chocolate on a sunny winter’s day. Worked in the round from the cuff up, this is an easy pattern that’s perfect for the girl who is addicted to her favorite coffee shop.

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Gloria Mittens

The Gloria Mittens are the result of mixing Japanese stitch motifs with Bavarian Twist techniques. Knit in a light pink, the details of these mitts really shine for the girly girl on your list.

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Blumen Baum Mittens

‘Blooming Tree’ gives these mittens their name and is featured prominently on the back of the hand. The design is set off by a small checked border and a narrow stripe; top shaping is worked inside these bands. The small check repeats on the palm while the gusseted thumb is worked in stripes.  1×1 twisted ribbing is used for the cuff.

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Sleigh Ride Mittens

These warm and cozy mittens are as functional as they are fashionable with the addition of suede palm patches. Keep your hands covered and still find it easy to hold a mug or grip a steering wheel. Decorative buttons help to complete the look.

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Smitten Mittens

These mittens bring a touch of romance to the cold winter months. The heart and bobble panel is a nod to the Victorian era and the long cuffs are both dramatic as well as useful for staying put under coat sleeves.

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New Altitude Mitts

Inspired by flowers in the Austrian Alps, these fingerless mitts are perfect for changing seasons. Knit in a lovely shade of red, we can’t help but picture these as a perfect Valentine’s Day gifts.

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Autumn’s Aztec Mittens

Geometric shapes in Aztec designs are fun to knit. It’s amazing how an assortment of triangles can be combined to form intriguing shapes.The palm and back are the same on each mitten, so they can be worn on either hand. Featuring a double cuff and worked at a tight gauge, these mittens are extra warm for those extra chilly days.

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