Today, a dozen plain and simple mitts – because after all, you might be in a hurry, or need something easy, or you might just want to show off a beautiful yarn.
Why fingerless mitts? See the first post in the series.
Photos below are Ravelry screen shots, so scroll down for live links.
Above: Susie’s Reading Mitts (Aran weight yarn), 75 Yard Malabrigo fingerless mitts, Noro fingerless mitts (both worsted weight).
Above: Basic Fingerless Mitts in wide rib (DK yarn), Wrist Warmers with Belt (bulky yarn; knitted flat and sewn up, with ribbed palm for good fit), Lil’ Mitts (worsted weight, child size).
Above: Scrummy mitts for super-bulky yarn, Stevie fingerless gloves (DK or light worsted weight, with a sideways garter-stitch cuff and garter-stitch thumb), colorblock Fingerless gloves (designed to use worsted-weight yarn samples).
Above: Welted fingerless gloves (DK yarn; hard to see, but they have handsome welted cuffs with nonfunctional decorative button trim), Easy Handspun mitts (sportweight yarn), Wabi-sabi Handspun mitts (knitted flat; designed to be knitted at the same time from two ends of a center-pull ball so you can use every bit of your yarn).
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Coming Monday: for good measure, a few colorful, textural, and lacy mitt patterns I overlooked earlier in the week (or that have been published since the series started).
Part 1 – textured mitts
Part 2 – colorful mitts
Part 3 – lacy mitts