6 Free Patterns for Knitting Mittens
Knitted mittens are the height of winter coziness. I keep a pair in my coat pockets, a pair in my glove compartment, and a pair in my purse.
Mittens are also my go-to for knitted gifts. They’re a personal and very useful gift, and knitting mittens is lots of fun! I’ve gathered six knitting patterns for mittens into a free eBook, Knitted Mitten Patterns: 6 Free Mitten Knitting Patterns from Knitting Daily. Here’s what’s in store for you.
The Feminine Mittens (1) by Amanda Berka incorporate a darling little star pattern on the wrist ribbing on this mittens knitting pattern. The rest of the mittens are straight-forward, letting the star-studded ribbing shine.
Laura Rintala’s beautiful Fair Isle patterned White Witch Mitts (2) were inspired by the White Witch in the Chronicles of Narnia. Brrr!
The Cozy Mittens (3) by Katie Himmelberg highlight the beauty of a soft, rich self-striping yarn. These mittens are easily customized for men or women, so they’re perfectly suited for gift knitting.
In Pam Allen’s article, Thumb Gussets: Beyond the Basics (4), you’ll learn how several different types of thumb gussets work, so you can knit the type of thumbs that work best for your hands.
Annie Watts’ Siena Mittens (5) are simple mittens that are elevated with a basic color-changing stripe pattern. By switching out only one color in each section, Annie created a bold, colorful effect that’s easy to work and fun to wear.
Mittens Interrupted (6) by Eunny Jang use linen stitch to make a colorful, dense fabric. Choose two highly contrasting colors for a really stunning look.
Have fun knitting the patterns in Knitted Mitten Patterns: 6 Free Mitten Knitting Patterns from Knitting Daily!