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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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    #2
    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: https://peggthomas.com/2019/11/19/glovelets/
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      #3
      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: https://peggthomas.com/2019/11/22/sn...gerless-mitts/
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        #4
        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: https://peggthomas.com/2015/11/22/mi...aged-children/
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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!

          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
          Jen Toll Knits features original pattern designs and other knitting related things.

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