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Fingerless Mitts Free Knitting Pattern

Cabled Fingerless Mitts Knitting Pattern

Supplies:

Yarn: about 75 yds. of DK weight yarn

Needles: size 6 US DPN’s

Stitch markers

Gauge: 5 ½ sts per inch

On three DPN’s , CO 36 stitches.

For Right Mitt, divide as follows: N1 & 2 – 9 sts, N3 – 18 sts

Join in the round, place stitch marker for start of row

Cuff:

Work 10 rows of 3×3 rib

Work 4 rows of Stockinette Stitch (knit every row when knitting in the round since there is no knitting done on the “wrong side” of work)

Begin Cable pattern:

Row 1: K21, P2, slip 4 to cable needle & hold to front of work, K4, K4 from cable needle, P2, K3

Rows 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7 & 8: K21, P2, K8, P2,K3

Repeat these 8 rows a second time

Begin Thumb Gusset:

Work row 1 of cable pattern

Row 2: K3, place marker, M1, place marker, K18, P2, K8, P2, K3

Row 3: K22 (slip markers as needed), P2, K8, P2, K3

Row 4: K3, slip marker (sl m), M1R, K1, M1L, sl m, K18, P2, K8, P2, K3

Row 5: K24, P2, K8, P2, K3

Row 6: K3, sl m, M1R, K3, M1L, sl m, K18, P2, K8, P2, K3

Row 7: K26, P2, K8, P2, K3

Row 8: K 3, sl m, M1R, K5, M1L, sl m, K18, P2, K8, P2, K3

Continue in this manner until there are 11 stitches between the markers (you should be on Row 4 of the second repeat of pattern). Continue working in pattern, remove markers and slip the 11 stitches onto a stitch holder and continue knitting joining back into the round. Complete the pattern repeats to row 8 and then knit row 1 (to add the last cable). BO

Thumb:

Remove 11 sts from holder and divide onto two DPN’s. Using third DPN, pick up 4 sts around the “joined” part of Mitt. You will now have 15 stitches. Knit 5 rows, BO.

Left Mitt:

CO 36 dividing as follows: N1 – 18 sts, N2 & 3 – 9 sts

Join in the round, place stitch marker for start of row

Cuff:

Work 10 rows of 3×3 rib

Work 4 rows of Stockinette Stitch (knit every row when knitting in the round since there is no knitting done on the “wrong side” of work)

Begin Cable pattern:

Row 1: K3, P2, slip 4 onto cable needle holding to front, K4, K4 from cable needle, P2, K21

Rows 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7 & 8: K3, P2, K8, P2, K 21

Repeat Rows 1 – 8 a second time

Begin Thumb Gusset:

Work row 1 of cable pattern

Row 2: K3, P2, K8, P2, K18, pm, M1, PM, K3

Row 3: K3, P2, K8, P2, K21 (slipping markers as needed)

Row 4: K3, P2, K8, P2,K18, sl m, M1L, K1, M1R, sl m, K3

Continue in this manner until there are 11 stitches between the markers (you should be on Row 4 of the second repeat of pattern). Continue working in pattern, remove markers and slip the 11 stitches onto a stitch holder and continue knitting joining back into the round. Complete the pattern repeats to row 8 and then knit row 1 (to add the last cable). BO

Thumb:

Remove 11 sts from holder and divide onto two DPN’s. Using third DPN, pick up 4 sts around the “joined” part of Mitt. You will now have 15 stitches. Knit 5 rows, BO.

Glossary:

Sl m – slip marker

PM – place marker

M1 – lift bar between stitches and knit it to create another stitch

M1R – insert left needle into the bar between the sts from back to front, K into the front leg of the st

M1L – insert left needle into the bar between the sts from front to back, K into the back leg of the st

About the designer:

Sharon, a.k.a. WitchyKnits, blogs about her life of knitting and whatever else happens to come along.  Visit her WitchyKnits4Ewe blog athttp://witchyknits4ewe.blogspot.com.

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2 Responses to “Fingerless Mitts Free Knitting Pattern”

  1. clarawilkes says:

    I WOULD LIKE TO HAVE A PATTERN FOR THESE FINGERLESS GLOVES IN A “FORMAL DRESS” PATTERN TO COVER MY MEDICALLY INDUCED BRUSES. SOMTHING I CAN WEAR TO CHURCH, ETC. IS THAT POSSIBLE?
    I LOVE THE PATTERN HERE FOR EVERYDAY.

  2. dottie says:

    love this pattern , thanks for sharing



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