To complete the Racing Horse scarf and hat set, I also knitted a pair of fingerless mitts. Unlike the first two projects, the mitts are not double knit. They are only one layer with a smaller version of the checker-board.
I used a free-pattern that I have used several other times. If you would like the pattern, it can be found on Ravelry (here). This is a fabulous pattern and can easily be altered to match any project. I have used it to create a pair of speckled mitts, and a solid purple pair.
To go with the Panda Bear Hat I shared last week, I created a pair of fingerless mitts for my niece. Continue reading “Speckled Mitts”
A couple of weeks ago the phone rang. Caller ID identified the caller as my sister. Answering it as I usually do, I was surprised to hear the sweet voice of my niece on the other end. “Aunt Rebecca, would you make me another pair of gloves?” My heart swelled with pride. How could I say no! Continue reading “Fingerless Mitts”
Now that we no longer live in Florida, my daughter was excited for me to make her a pair of fingerless mitts.
Continue reading “Lazy Rib Fingerless Mitts”
Last week I shared the Glenic Hat I made for my niece. The pattern included instructions for a pair of fingerless mitts. After completing 75% of the first one I opted to frog it and create my own matching mitts.
Continue reading “Glenic Mitts”