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.View Project
Gloves and Mittens
Keep warm with patterns for easy knitting mittens, gloves, wrist warmers and more.
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.View Project
These lacy and delicate mitts are perfect for cool spring mornings or a quick gift for Mother’s Day. Eyelets and mock cables provide texture and interest in this intermediate pattern.View Project
These lacey fingerless gloves bring to mind the fresh spring greens just starting to grow in the garden. Stretchy ribbing worked across the palm of the hand and the thumb provides a comfortable fit.View Project
These mitts are worked flat and then seamed, leaving a gap for the thumb. This process makes them an easy flat knit for beginners and seasoned pros alike.View Project
This fingerless mitts design was inspired by an interest in reinventing stitches and working in new directions. Azure Dreams features a repeating stitch pattern to create an airy but still warm fingerless mitts pattern that’s perfect for apple and pumpkin picking.View Project
These intermediate-level elegant glovelettes combine an I-cord band for a classy look that’s too pretty not to knit. Enjoy whipping up this pattern for all your girlfriends!
Designed by Nazanin Fard
These warm and cozy mittens are perfect for the ever-elusive snow day. With their simple design and felted finish, the Snow Day Mittens are the only gloves you need. Plus, need a refresher on the long-tailed cast on method? Check out our instructional video!View Project
Got yarn scraps? Put them to use with these simple mitts that are perfect for knitters . Whip up the matching hat and you’ll have a complete set that’s perfect for winter.View Project