Inbetween Mitts by Sybil R

Inbetween Mitts

by Sybil R
January 2017
Fingering (14 wpi) ?
US 2½ - 3.0 mm
197 - 219 yards (180 - 200 m)
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This pattern is available for free.

To keep your hands warm knit yourself a pair of these colorful fingerless gloves. They are perfect for the time between two seasons: in autumn or spring you can fold them down to have more freedom of fingers and in winter the upper ribbing covers most of your fingers and keeps them warm. That’s why I called them inbetween mitts.

As many of my patterns these fingerless gloves have an unusal construction. They are knitted in one piece without cutting your yarn, partly knitted flat and partly knitted in the round. They are great to show off you colorful and variegated sock yarn.

A German translation of this pattern has been created by Bernadette. This German version is available here.

Eine deutsche Version wurde von Bernadette erstellt. Diese deutsche Version gibt es hier.