Spring has sprung! It’s gorgeous outside! It’s also sometimes rainy, unexpectedly cold and gloomy. Such is life, I guess, but you can prepare for that with a little ingenuity with this new fingerless glove knitting pattern!
In this case, yeah, I’m back on the fingerless glove train. You will never make me unboard this train, you hear?
The weather is not the only reason for protecting your hands. Cold cubicles, doctor’s offices, and class rooms will numb your fingers just as quickly, but still require the use of all your digits. Rude. Fingerless gloves are the perfect solution to keeping you warm yet mobile. You can still use your keys, pick your nose, and flip off drivers so it’s a win for you. Maybe not anyone else though.
These Contrast Eyelet Mittens show off a purled eyelet row that provides texture and a dashing stripe on simple, stream-lined wrist warmers. Whether they are done in solid colors or gorgeous variegated tones, add an attractive and practical pattern to your repertoire. These are perfect for quick birthday or hostess gifts.
I’m uber excited about this because it’s the second pattern in my FanofStuff Shop! You can click here to go to the shop page or click the Shop tab in the navigation above.
Pattern includes sizing for small and large gloves.
Skill level: Beginner to Intermediate. This pattern should be a breeze for anyone familiar with mitten construction and easy to pick up for first timers.
Main Color: 60-70 yards worsted weight yarn
Contrast Color: 16 yards worsted weight yarn
4 US size 8 double pointed needles
Stitch markers, Stitch holder or waste yarn, and finishing tools such as a darning needle