35+ Lovely Mittens To Make

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Lots of different styles here, something for everyone! Most of the patterns I’ve collected are for knitting but I’ve found a few crochet and sewing projects to include in the list as well (you’ll find those towards the bottom). Tip: Don’t miss the bonus found at the bottom of the page for making your own blockers.

Knitting

knitty.com

knitty.com

Matrix: Imagine it in grays for a man, blue and yellow for a little boy, or whatever color would match your own winter coat!

Larus & Ardea Half-Mitts: Includes a three-strand cast-on, twined purl, crook stitch, and chain paths.

knitty.com

knitty.com

exercisebeforeknitting.com

exercisebeforeknitting.com

Vespergyle: Size: 8″ around, 8″ long; can be easily modified to size up or down.

That Zig: Chevron design in two colors that are worked on DPNs. Finished size fits Ladies (size L) or Men (size M) though easy enough to adjust as needed.

ravelry.com

ravelry.com

midnightknitter.com

midnightknitter.com

Tweedy: Classic design with a trendy stripe, made with worsted wool and a wool silk blend. Worked on DPNs.

Snowman Design: Quick to whip up, worked in DPNs and a cable needle to work the design.

needlesnotesandnews.blogspot.ca

needlesnotesandnews.blogspot.ca

needleworkplusseedlings.blogspot.ca

needleworkplusseedlings.blogspot.ca

Fliptops: Worked on DPNs and has buttons at the wrist to hold tops back when needed (with I-cord loops).

Fable: Made with 50 grams d.k yarn and 4 mm straight needles.

craftylittlesewnsew.wordpress.com

craftylittlesewnsew.wordpress.com

pickles.no

pickles.no

For Miss: These prove winter accessories can be both elegant and feminine.

Warm Winter Style: Includes directions for an optional long cuff.

susannawinter.net

susannawinter.net

doiliesarestylish.blogspot.ca

doiliesarestylish.blogspot.ca

Citadel: All of the elements are charted, with written directions following each chart.

Newfie: Adult sized with notes to adjust for children.

balkanstyle.blogspot.ca

balkanstyle.blogspot.ca

subliminalrabbit.blogspot.ca

subliminalrabbit.blogspot.ca

Bella’s: Inspired by those Bella wore in the movie Twilight.

Herringbone With Poms (pdf): From Elliphantom.

elliphantom.com

elliphantom.com

toknitinvisiblestars.wordpress.com

toknitinvisiblestars.wordpress.com

Snowfall: The braid on the cuff helps the cuff to lie flat and the two colour fair isle design makes them thicker than a single colour.

Squirrelly Swedish (pdf): From Elliphantom.

elliphantom.com

elliphantom.com

lookingglassknits.blogspot.ca

lookingglassknits.blogspot.ca

Latvian: Chart download is available (xls), save it to your desktop first before opening it.

Cozy Shetland Marl: I love the different colored panels on these–great for stash busting!

myknittingbasket.blogspot.ca

myknittingbasket.blogspot.ca

purlbee.com

purlbee.com

Hand Warmers & Flip Tops: Lovely project to keep your fingers toasty warm.

Thrummed: This fits a woman’s medium sized hand. You can adjust the size by adding or subtracting 1 inch to the final length desired.

knittingonthenet.com

knittingonthenet.com

knitbee.wordpress.com

knitbee.wordpress.com

Hybrid: This is a very simple project that is worked flat and seamed up the side.

Fair Isle: Finished Measurements: 9 1/4″ long, 7 1/4″ hand circumference.

classiceliteyarns.com

classiceliteyarns.com

knittingjuju.wordpress.com

knittingjuju.wordpress.com

iPhone Style: (fingerless) Top cuff can roll back.

Garter Stitch: Since it’s garter stitch you can just each the same and then turn one inside out to make the pair.

ysolda.com

ysolda.com

impulsivearts.typepad.com

impulsivearts.typepad.com

Camera Style: The index slit is constructed like a pocket, providing full coverage when not in use.

Axel: These are fingerless with a top that can roll down.

bluegarter.org

bluegarter.org

hjsstudio.com

hjsstudio.com

Mitered: Fits a hand up to 8 inches / 20 cm around, the length can be as long as you need.

Seriously Chunky: Easy project to whip up.

affectioknit.blogspot.ca

affectioknit.blogspot.ca

yanaknits.com

yanaknits.com

Raspberry Set: Sized to fit women’s medium (hand), includes directions for making a matching scarf.

Sewing

fivegreenacres.wordpress.com

fivegreenacres.wordpress.com

Sweater: Sweater can be felted first or not, these are lined.

Hat Set: Made from a felted sweater, includes directions for making a matching hat.

downwithclutter.blogspot.ca

downwithclutter.blogspot.ca

canadianliving.com

canadianliving.com

Fleece: Elasticized wrists. These are for adult size but there is a baby mitt available too.

Felt With Cuff: Makes a Women’s Medium, includes template to download. Cuff is knit on DPNs.

purlbee.com

purlbee.com

onepearlbutton.com

onepearlbutton.com

Long Set: Made with an old sweater, matching clotche hat tutorial.

Sweater & Fleece: A wool sweater is felted (instructions provided) and used for the outer fabric, fleece is used for lining.

mossymossy.com

mossymossy.com

Crochet

abc-knitting-patterns.com

abc-knitting-patterns.com

Top Stripes: Made with sport weight wool yarn, difficulty level noted as “Intermediate”.

Mrs. Murdoch’s: A no-frills design using worsted weight yarn.

crochetme.com

crochetme.com

canadianliving.com

canadianliving.com

Retro: These will keep your hands toasty on the coldest of days. Made out of 100% wool with a nice stretch cuff, the quirky circle design will surely turn heads.

Puff/Bobble: This is designed to fit both left and right hands.

crochetandknitting.com

crochetandknitting.com

juliacrosslandart.com

juliacrosslandart.com

Toasty: Fingerless gloves or arm warmers, made from 3 different colors of wool.

Bonus: DIY Blocker

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Published: September 25, 2010
Updated: September 4, 2012

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3 Comments to “35+ Lovely Mittens To Make”
  1. missibob says:

    I love every one of these mitten patterns. I definitely will be doing a few of them for my grandkids this Christmas

  2. knitpick says:

    I love knitting mittens and socks. I enjoy making fancy mittens thanks for the patterns can’t wait to make some.

  3. maggie rees says:

    Just what I have been looking for some new mitten patterns. With so much choice there is only one problem – deciding which ones to make first.
    Thank you so much for these great patterns.


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