Indie Design GAL: Gloves & Mitts

This is part of my on-going Indie Designer Gift-A-Long 2018 series. Starting on November 24th, one to two times a week I will be highlighting 4-6 designs from my fellow designers also participating in the event.

Don’t forget to join in the fun, we’re all over here chatting up a storm.

Spigato Mitts by Barbara Benson

From the pattern description
By taking advantage of the fact that working in the round allows a knitter to change colors at the beginning of each new round I was able to create a slipped stitch pattern that fools the viewer into thinking it was stranded. But you will know that you only knitted stripes and slipped stitches!

Available in four sizes and uses 185 yards of fingering weight yarn.

Lily Mittens by Jessie McKitrick

A beautiful Norwegian styled set of mitts, knit in the round using stranded knitting.

Uses 448 yards of fingering weight yarn.

Casino Royale by Wondrlanding

Seamless fingerless mittens with fine lace and twisted stitch details. I love the lace detailing on the cuff, and the comfy look of these.

Available in one size, and uses 175 – 186 yards of light fingering weight yarn.

Zart Mittens by Julie Hart

From the pattern description
Zart Mittens feature a cable gracing the top of the hand, set against an arrow rib. The ribbing sections create a stretchy fit that moves with the fingers and snugs the wrist. Cuffs can be knit long, to tuck in under the coat sleeve or fold back, or knit to standard length.

Available in three sizes, and uses 140 – 230 yards of worsted weight yarn.

First Snow Mittens by Aet Terasmaa

From the pattern description
There are 15 different snowflakes in these unique mittens, knit from cuff up in round without thumb gussets.

Available in one size, and uses 330 – 430 yards of fingering weight yarn.

Party Bones by Stephanie Lotven

From the pattern description
The Party Bones mittens were inspired by the Day of the Dead. This beautiful celebration is a commemoration of lost family and friends. It is rich with color, tradition, and love. These mittens are worked from the bottom up in the round using stranded colorwork. This pattern provides instructions for knitting an unlined or lined version.

Available in one size, and uses 340 – 540 yards of light fingering weight yarn.

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