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Mitten Pattern
By Diane Ivey of Lady Dye Fiber Arts & Design

I wrote this pattern for my intermediate knitting students and this is a great pattern for those who want a very quick knit
basic pattern for mittens. Worested weight yarn is definitely ideal. The picture of these mittens where done on size 5
double pointed needles. I did not do the cuff on the smaller size needles as I wanted a loose cuff but if you want a snug
cuff, use a smaller size needle for the cuff then switch to the large size needle for the rest of the pattern. This pattern
can be worked on double pointed needles or you can use the magic loop.

Worsted Weight Yarn (200 yards)
Size 5 double pointed needles
Stitch markers
Tape measure
Tapestry needle
Wasted yarn (or a holder for the thumb stitches)

20 stitches = 4 inches in Stockinette stitch

MAKE 1 STITCH (M1): Knit into the front of the stitch and knit into the back loop of the same stitch.

KNIT TWO TOGETHER (K2Tog): Knit two stitches together

SLIP SLIP KNIT (SSK): Slip two stitches from the left needle to the right needle and knit the two stitches together on the
right needle.

REPEAT * (Rep from *): repeat from the asterisks (*)


With size 5 needles, CO 36 stitches (Use long-tail cast on). Join and mark beginning of round.
Work K2, P2 ribbing for 3 inches.
*K9, m1; rep from * around - 40 stitches

Set-Up for the Thumb Gusset

Round 1: K4, place marker, K2, place marker, knit all the way around to the end of the round
Round 2: K4, slip marker, m1, m1, slip marker, and knit all the way around to the end of the round
Round 3: Knit around

Thumb Gusset

Round 1: Slip marker, m1, knit to last stitch before second marker, m1, slip marker, knit around
Round 2: Knit around
Repeat Rounds 1 and 2 until there are 14 stitches in-between both stitch markers- you should have 54 stitches
total for your mitten
Knit around to the first marker and remove the first stitch marker, slip the 14 stitches to wasted yarn for thumb,
remove second stitch marker
Knit around to the end
The next round, increase two stitches. There should now be 40 stitches for your hand
Work in the round until the mitten is just a half an inch shorter than your pinky finger

Set- Up for Hand Decrease:
Rearrange your needles so that 20 stitches are on one needle (these 20 stitches will be for the front of your
Rearrange your needles so that 10 stitches are on the second and 10 stitches are on your third needle

Top Decrease
NOTE: ***Begin with needle that had 20 stitches***
Round 1:
Needle 1: K1, ssk, knit to the last three stitches on the needle, K2Tog, K1
Needle 2: K1, SSK, knit to end of needle
Needle 3: Knit to the last three stiches on the needle, K2Tog, K1
Round 2: Knit in the round
Next Rounds: Repeat rounds 1 and 2 until 6 stitches remain.
Cut yarn leaving a 6" tail. Thread tapestry needle with tail and run yarn through 6 remaining stitches and pull
tight. Weave in end.

Place 14 stitches for thumb on wasted yarn back on needle.
Pick up 2 stitches above the thumb opening- 16 stitches.
Join in the round.
Knit around evenly on these 16 stitches until just longer than thumbnail.
K2tog all the way around and you should have 8 stitches left on your needles.
Close as for top of hand.

********2012 Diane Ivey and Lady Dye Fiber Arts & Design For Non-Commercial Use only********
All information in this pattern is provided for your own personal use only, not for distribution by merchants
or to be incorporated into other patterns. Please do not redistribute in part or whole without written
permission from Diane Ivey