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    Mittens and Gloves

    This thread is for our designers to list their FREE MITTEN AND GLOVE PATTERNS. Please provide a PDF file, or a link to your own website, or your pattern at lovecrafts, etsy, etc where members can find your pattern.

    I recommend using the following format:
    • Share a picture – everyone likes to see what it looks like
    • Yarn used in photo and weight of yarn
    • Gauge, needles
    • Yardage used
    • Link to the website where they can obtain the pattern, if not attached
    • Other information you would consider important
    • USE TAGS! It may help folks find your patterns easier
    Knitting is happening here! ❤️

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    Last winter I started knitting glovelets because I like having my fingers bare for driving. They have very short cuffs so easy off and on with a coat. My mailman saw them and commented, so I made him a pair. The mailman's sub saw them and liked them, so I made her a pair. They've been well received. I knitted them with handspun yarn and didn't record the yardage, but any sport weight yarn will work. Pattern is here:
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      A friend whose hands are *always* cold needed some fingerless mitts, so I came up with this pattern using handspun yarn, but any sport weight should work. The pattern is here:
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        I got in a mitten-knitting jag last winter to outfit my six great-nephews. This is the result. I used handspun yarn for these, but have also used nasty old Red Heart for some because ... you know ... kids. Pattern is here:
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          I call these arm warmers cuz they're like leg warmers for your arms.

          SweetTart Arm Candies are long and cozy cabled arm warmers - so yummy, they’re like candy for your arms.

          Worked in the round from the wrist up with a simple cable repeat, these arm warmers are as fun to knit and as easy to modify as they are to wear! Instead of working increases, you'll increase needle size!

          25 1/2” Long
          approx 5” circumference at wrist opening NOT stretched
          approx 11” circumference at upper opening FULLY stretched

          Gauge 7 sts = 1” in 2x1 ribbing before blocking
          I usually block all my knits right off the needles, but these just beg to be put on and worn until they need a wash, which is why I gave a pre-blocked gauge reference.

          • Any worsted weight yarn will do, but I used:
          Classic Elite Yarn - Liberty Wool
          2 Skeins (100g/244 yds) in
          7833 Oasis - 2 skeins, 1 per arm

          • Tapestry needle

          • Needles:
          US6 2x1 Ribbing
          US8, US9 & US10 for Elongated Cables
          US9 for 3x2 ribbing

          Pattern available for free on Payhip, Lovecrafts & Rav.

          #armwarmers, #worsted weight, #cables
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