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Dreamer Mitts

The best part about these mitts is how very versatile they are – use a gradient set of six colors, a rainbow set of six, use two or three colors, or go wild and use a variegated skein that’s been languishing in your stash.

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Point of Symmetry

These mitts actually have many points of symmetry — the two mitts are symmetrical to each other; the point at which you join the circumference is a point of symmetry; and the exact middle of the thumb gusset is a point of symmetry. This also means that the left mitt is the right mitt is the left mitt, which makes …

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She Said Mitts

The She Said Mitts are a part of the He Said/She Said Collection, which is in turn a part of the Big Ass Skein Society. This pattern contains instructions for fingerless mitts, and a She Said Hat/Cowl pattern is also available. There is also a hat, cowl, and mitt set called He Said that are complementary. They are designed so …

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He Said Mitts

He said his hands were cold, and I had this gorgeous skein of yarn, in just the right color, staring at me. What’s a knitter to do?

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Jazz Age Mitts

These mitts are slouchy and scrunchy and squishy and fabulous. I loved making them, and I love wearing them, and hope you do, too.

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Jammin’ Mitts

Jamming has become one of my jams in the past few years. Preparing the fruit, cooking and stirring, water-bath canning – it’s all so very gratifying, and there’s nothing like Strawberry Jam made with the most amazing Oregon strawberries the world has seen/tasted. The colors of these mitts remind me of beautifully ripe summer berries, and the mitts themselves are …

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Pine Court Mitts

I spent a delightful weekend at my new home on Pine Court stealing moments with these mitts between chasing after my two wee rascals, scrubbing the bathroom, drinking Sunday champagne with some good friends, and laughing with my hubbie. Casting off on Sunday night was the perfect end to a perfect weekend.

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Triple Play

Whip up a pair of fingerless mitts, some full-on mittens, or a cowl. Each pattern takes less than 150 yards of worsted-weight yarn, so any of the three is a quick project. Together, they’re a perfect set.

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Rimpled Mitts

Crisp twisted ribbing plus squishy garter stitch equals a really pleasing little pair of fingerless mitts. Made in a long-color-changing gradient yarn, these are super-special.

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Arms Akimbo Mitts

Wear these mitts all fall and winter long – they’ll keep your non-knitting parts good and toasty. Chevrons are a great way to add visual interest to the long color repeats of this yarn, and my favorite I-cord bind-off is featured at the top of the mitt.