Milan Hill Fingerless Mitts Knitting Pattern
Long mitts scrunch into coat sleeves, can be worn easily with a sweater and are a must when wearing capes or ponchos. This design creates short floats that allow your hands to move in and out without snagging. Fair Isle patterns have been designed so there is no need to catch floats as you knit. Mitts are worked in the round from the cuff to the fingers. Pattern is charted.
- Inches and Centimeters
- Pattern is charted
- Circumference at knuckles: 7.25 (8, 8.75)”/18.5 (20.5, 22) cm
Materials you need at home:
- Morehouse Farm Merino 2-ply Sport (225yds/205m, 2oz/57g, 100% Merino): 1 hank in each of the following colors: A: Pacific B: Oatmeal C: Chocolate D: Aqua Total Yarn Needed for Mitts: A: 91 (101, 111) yds/83 (92, 101) m 20 (21, 23) yds/18 (19, 21) m 44 (49, 54) yds/ 40 (45, 49) m 79 (88, 96) yds/72 (80, 88) m
- Size US 2 (UK 12) (2.75mm) dpn or circular (at least 24” for magic loop)
- Stich holders Stitch markers Tapestry needle Waste yarn
Donna Estin Designs, LLC
I love designing artistic knitwear and I specialize in blending creative stitches into comfortable, modern sweaters. I am a Certified Master Knitter. My designs regularly appear in books and magazines by Wool Studio, Knit Now, Knitscene, Interweave Knits, Nomadic Knits, Knit Picks, Cast On and more.