Indie Design GAL: Gloves & Mitts

There are so many talented designers this year as part of the Indie Design Gift-A-Long, I just had to highlight some of the really awesome patterns I’ve come across by my fellow designers.

Every Wednesday from now until December 31st (with maybe a few Fridays/Saturdays thrown in – it’s really difficult to choose only a few patterns), I’ll be posting some highlights, each pattern from a different designer. By no means are these lists exhaustive – there are so many cool patterns, I had to spend a few hours whittling down my lists to post here.

First up, we have gloves and mitts! A really awesome quick knit for gift giving, the patterns below really caught my eye.

leightonLeighton House Handwarmers by Ella Austin

From the pattern description:
These lightweight handwarmers are an ideal extra layer for when the weather is not as warm as you would like it to be!

silver-firSilver Fir Mitts by Kerri Blumer

From the pattern description:
Silver Fir Mitts feature a horizontally knit cuff with a button-up detail. A single cable panel grows up from the cuff like a lone fir tree.
Uses approximately 135 yds of DK weight yarn

ballydesmondBallydesmond by Irishgirlieknits

From the pattern description:

These fingerless gloves practically knit themselves with their intuitive cables. The pattern is written for either sport or worsted weight yarns, and the worsted version is a quick gift knit too!

Uses approximately 185 yds of worsted weight yarn

skogarSkogar Mitts by Christelle Nihoul.

From the pattern description:
Easy to knit and cosy to wear, these fingerless mittens are perfect for foggy mornings.
Uses 200-2019 yds of fingering weight yarn.

mandarijnMandarijn by Jen Lucas.

Made with a delicate lace stitch, and uses 400 yds of fingering weight yarn.

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