This easy fingerless gloves knitting pattern makes a simple, stylish and soft set of mittens you will not want to take off.
I used lovely lace-weight mohair yarn to knit up my fingerless gloves for our annual Ice Skating event. I dubbed them as my Magical Mitts, as I did not even fall over once! Instead, I felt floaty as I build up cadence. And, after a 20 min warming up and stumbling, started to ‘dance’ to the music. The mitts made me feel so elegant.
The experience was fabulous. I know that many cities have nice ice skating rings, but I have to say that our setting next to the town’s festively-lit, exotic castle is unique and special.
Don’t feel that they are only good for skating. These elegant, soft mittens are perfect for going around town and busy hands!
Easy Fingerless Gloves Knitting Pattern for My Magical Mitts
This is a one skein project that knits up fast, and is an easy beginners pattern. These wrist warmers are in fact so simple to make, that you can settle yourself in front of the telly, get your needles out and before the eve is over, your set of mittens will be done.
Optionally, sew on a few crystal beads along the edging for an added pretty touch. For myself, I actually pulled a gold / crystal bead bracelet over the mittens, which was an instant success. Looked glamorous.
It’s a Match!
I have no doubt that these fingerless gloves will be a welcome addition to your accessory collection this season. Thanks to their simplicity, they easily co-ordinate with a wide ranges of coats, scarves and hats. Like, it’s a match to all in your closet (, quite possibly). Here, I just picked out a headband I designed last year, and even though different in style, it’s a match.
Get the Easy Fingerless Gloves Knitting Pattern
Here’s the link for this easy Fingerless Gloves Knitting Pattern as an instant download:
As per usual, the pattern is free for 4 days (i.e. till January), after which it will be inexpensive, i.e. $3.95, as I believe in sharing.
p.s. Hit the tag ‘gloves’ below for a fingerless gloves crochet pattern, and in future, other glove patterns.