The Knit Mitten Collection: 10 Knit Gloves and Mittens to Make
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Being cold isn’t fun, but knitting for colder weather is always a delight. Featuring knit gloves, classic knit mittens and fingerless mitts, you’ll find a pattern to suit every preference in this selection of projects. Need a simple design? We’ve got the perfect ribbed mitten pattern that’s more suited to beginners. Up for a challenge? Try out your hand at color work—we’ve got patterns for that! No matter what you’re in the mood for you’ll find your next favorite winter accessory in this collection.
Inspired by schools of fish in the sea, this geometric and modern mitten set is an eye-catching piece. Complete with a twisted garter edge, these mittens are an intermediate pattern for those wanting to test their skills. Be sure to check out the matching Kiona Cowl in the Scarf Collection! Read More
A panel of textured stitches resembling bells and ribbons is featured on the back of the Freya mitts. All knit stitches are worked through the back loops to add further texture and warmth. Leave your fingers free to do the typing while the rest of your hands remain toasty warm. Read More
The Georgine Gloves are your perfect cold weather accessory! Ruffles add a delicate, feminine touch to any outfit and keep your hands nice and warm at the same time. Wear these for that extra touch of sophistication and steal the show wherever you go. Read More
These wintry Fair Isle mittens are quick and easy to knit. With a snug and comfortable fit, they’re great to keep your hands warm after a day on the slopes! Read More
The Naomi Mittens have a deeply textured design worked with Aran weight yarn for a super-quick and satisfying project. Calibrated decreases gently curve the garter ribbing to a rounded top to complete the look. Read More