: Easy design sized to fit women’s medium (8″ around cuff). Worked in the round from the cuff up and features a row of eyelets at the cuff, thumb and palm.
Fetching Beauty : Finished cuff circumference: 7 inches (unstretched) and length: 6.25 inches.
Simply Soft 
: Experience level is marked as easy, finished size is approximately 4″ wide by 14″ long.
Lucky Warm Fuzzies : These are made from a scrumptiously soft synthetic yarn and embellished with vintage buttons.
Belle Ruffle 
: Neo-Victorian inspired, each features three buttons and a delicate bell ruffle.
Carrie : The cuffs are done in k1p1 ribbing and the body in moss stitch.
: Made with set of 4 double-pointed needles. Instructions via pdf download.
Furry Cuffs : Features fun “furry” cuffs made with Berroco Plush.
: (pdf) Gusset is designed with no seaming and no holes to speak of.
Spirogyra Wristwarmers : Made in a Slanting Shell Stitch design.
Hand Warming 
: Nice design!
Spiral : Luxurious fingering weight yarn is used to make these.
Merry Wristers 
: Takes less than one skein of 115 yards to make these.
Evenstar : For smaller or larger sizes go up or down 1 or 2 needle sizes. Length to wrist is approx 12 cm.
Diagonal Eyelet 
: This pair is made with a diagonal eyelets and ribbing cuffs and tops.
Long Striped : Sized to fit average woman – 7 inches in circumference and 12 1/2 inches long.
: You can use any fingering weight yarn for these lovelies.
Mikado : This is for a long pair, you’ll find a shorter version available too.
Kat’s Paws 
: Made with dpns. This is a very easy project made out of self-striping sock yarn.
Ribbed : Worked on DPNs and divided on three needles, pdf download available.
: These can be made with DPNs or Magic Loop.
Cabled : A basic stockinette stitch background and k2, p2 ribbing puts all the focus on the cable down the back of the hand.
: This extends up over the elbow. It’s worked in stockinette and rib in Ultra Alpaca.
Eeryne : Made with DPNs (4 needles) and fingering to sport weight yarn.
Easy Lace 
: Wear them alone or over purchased gloves.
Emerald Green : Worked in Stockinette, Moss and Double Moss stitches.
: Sized to fit an average adult woman’s hand.
Endpaper : These would be an excellent first project for a novice – they’re small and snappy and dead-simple.
: Simple design that offers a few features: they’re reversible, easy to customize (decorative stitches, cable, etc.) and can be worked flat or in the round.
Quick & Simple : Quick garter stitch using straight needles and worked flat with simple seaming at the end.
: Great stash buster, use any double knitting wool in four colors (requires less than 50g of each).
Casablanca : Cabled up the center, you’ll get two pairs from one skein of wool!
: These mitts are meant to fit snugly around the wrist, to keep out cold winds.